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Peak District Cottages - Limestone Cottages - Monyash

    Enjoying a lovely village green setting in Monyash, near to Bakewell, deep in the heart of the Peak District National Park are these two beautiful and well equipped limestone barn conversions. The Barn sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms and Hillcrest Barn sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms. Book together to accommodate a group of 12. Walk or cycle from the door, pub and café are close by in the village. Many attractions within a short distance.

    The Barn is pet friendly however Hillcrest Barn is unsuitable for pets.


    FOR LIVE AVAILABILITY AND BOOKING EITHER PROPERTY PLEASE CLICK HERE .


    The Barn – this limestone barn conversion has wonderful character with its attractive beamed ceilings, spiral staircase and stone flagged floors.

    • Sleeps 8 plus cot.
    • Sitting room with suite, electric effect stove, TV, DVD player, Ipod dock and radio/CD player.
    • Dining room with stone flagged floor, a table seating eight and piano.
    • Brand New kitchen for 2016 with polished local stone worktops, stone flagged floor, electric oven/hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave.
    • Utility room with washer/dryer and downstairs shower room with WC, wash basin and shower.
    • Upstairs there are 1 double bedroom, 2 twin bedrooms, a bunk bedded room and bathroom with WC and over bath shower. Hair dryer available.
    • Gated drive with parking for 2 cars.
    • Views of village and distant landscape from the garden, which has garden furniture and a barbecue.
    • Children are welcome - a travel cot and high chair are available on request.
    • The property has a selection of books, games and tourist information.
    • Included in the price are: central heating, hot water, electricity, bed linen, towels, initial household supplies.
    • Maximum of two well behaved dogs by prior arrangement.


    FOR MORE INFORMATION AND IMAGES OF THE BARN PLEASE CLICK HERE.


    Hillcrest Barn - is a refurbished traditional Derbyshire barn with exposed beams.

    • Sleeps 4 plus cot.
    • Sitting room with leather sofas, log burning stove, TV, DVD player, Ipod dock and pine furniture.
    • Separate dining room with table seating 4. Doors to the garden and patio.
    • The cottage is fully equipped with fridge, freezer, cooker, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer and microwave.
    • Two spacious bedrooms – 1 double and 1 twin, hair dryer.
    • Shower room.
    • Parking for 1 car on drive - additional on street parking available.
    • Secluded south facing garden, which is fully enclosed and has a patio area with garden furniture and a barbecue.
    • Children are welcome - a travel cot and high chair are available on request.
    • The property has a selection of books, games and tourist information.
    • Included in the price are: heating by storage heaters, hot water, electricity, bed linen, towels, initial household supplies and initial supply of logs at appropriate time of year.
    • Sorry we do not take pets at Hillcrest Barn (except assistance dogs).

    Location
    • Situated in the White Peak village of Monyash, set only 5 miles from the market town of Bakewell and 8 miles from the spa town of Buxton.
    • In the village there is a pub with a restaurant and a walker’s café which both serve real ale.
    • There are many wonderful walks from the doorstep including Lathkill Dale.
    • Cycling is available locally on the Tissington and High Peak Trails with a cycle hire centre at Parsley Hay.
    • Slightly further afield are the Manifold Valley and Monsal Trails.
    • The Monsal Trail tunnels are now open giving cyclists a complete off road cycling route from Chee Dale to Bakewell.
    • The cottages are convenient to many other local attractions including Chatsworth House, Arbor Low and Haddon Hall whilst Dovedale and Alton Towers are also readily accessible.

     

    FOR MORE INFORMATION AND IMAGES OF HILLCREST BARN PLEASE CLICK HERE

     


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