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End Cottage - Whatstandwell

    This newly renovated beautiful cottage is situated adjacent to the owners’ Bed and Breakfast cottage in the quiet and peaceful hamlet of Robin Hood and five minutes’ walk from the lovely village of Whatstandwell near Matlock. A fantastic spacious cottage with a Hot Tub Spa available.

    It is fully fitted with a roomy kitchen / diner, spacious lounge with wood-burning effect stove, 3 bedrooms, TV, DVD, SKY Free to view and radio/CD player. There is off road parking for two cars. Newly introduced is a luxurious Hot tub Spa facilities exclusively for the use with the cottage occupants.
    Ground Floor
    Property has oil central heating and comprises:
    Kitchen: With fitted units, electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice box, washing machine and table and chairs.
    Lounge: With electric wood burning effect stove, TV, free view Sky, DVD and radio/CD player.
    Bathroom: With shower over bath, WC, wash basin and shaver point

    First Floor
    Bedroom 1: With double bed
    Bedroom 2: With double bed
    Bedroom 3: With twin beds

    All fuel for the background heating, all power, bed linen and towels included.  High chair on request.
    Two parking spaces available. Partially enclosed patio with garden furniture and access to owners' field. The owners' have a tea room within their property where cream teas and a small food menu is available for guests to use at their convenience, subject to opening hours. Additional guests could also stay at the Bed and breakfast. A hot tub is now available at the property at an additional charge of £3.00 per 30 minute session to be arranged direct with the owner.  Sorry no pets.

    End Cottage is situated in the small hamlet of Robin Hood near Matlock, in the heart of the beautiful Derwent Valley, along the Heritage Way. The extensive grounds of the property provide wonderful views stretching down across the Derwent Valley and Cromford Canal. Just off the A6 which runs throughout the length of the Peak District, Amber Valley and Derbyshire Dales.

    The cottage and grounds enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and occupies a unique position tucked away beside the River Derwent and the Cromford Canal, which is designated a site of special interest for wildlife. There are an abundance of many interesting walks nearby and it  is a few minutes’ walk from the Heritage Way. The Cottage is ideally situated for all parts of the Peak District especially...

    Matlock, Matlock Bath, Bakewell, Buxton, Ashbourne, alongside easy reach to...
    • Carsington Water
    • The High Peak Trail/The Tissington Trail/The Derwent Valley Heritage Way
    • Dovedale
    • Poole’s Cavern
    • Cromford Canal/Arkwright’s Mills
    • Alton Towers/Gulliver’s Theme Park/The Heights of Abraham
    • Chatsworth House
    • Tissington Hall
    • Haddon Hall
    • The National Tramway Museum at Crich
    • Masson Mills Shopping Village
    • Wirksworth Heritage Centre and Ecclesbourne Valley Railway
    • Gulliver’s Kingdom and Peak rail Steam railway
    • National Trust: Calke Abbey, Hardwick Hall, Kedleston Hall
    • English Heritage: Bolsover Castle, Hardwick Old Hall, Peveril Castle Castleton

    Only 1/2 mile from the Derwent Valley Train Line station of Whatstandwell.  With convenient links to main line stations.

    Adjacent to END COTTAGE is also a lovely Bed and Breakfast .There is one double and two twin room available, sleeping 6 in total, with ensuite facilities.  The rooms are furnished to the highest standards, with tea and coffee making facilities, TV, DVD and each has superb views over the parkland and the hills beyond. The property has oil central heating throughout.  There is a wonderful, spacious residents lounge with a wood burning stove, perfect for relaxing. There is also off road parking available.

    Bed and Breakfast prices are fantastic value for money from only £30 per person per night

    Breakfast is freshly prepared using local produce where available. You can have the breakfast of your choice including full English, continental or vegetarian, alongside all special diets being catered for on request.



    There is a beautiful indoor tea/dining room and also outdoor seating on the terrace, some of which is under cover.  The tea room menu is available to residents throughout the week on most days. The tea room offers morning coffee, pots of tea, light lunches, refreshments and those infamous Cream Teas. Traditional home-made soups, Ploughman’s, bread, cakes and of course scones are also available.

    Tea Rooms Opening Hours

     10am - 5pm (Thursday to Sunday inclusive )

    Please mention to this business that you found them on Peak District Online.


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