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Michill Cottage - Castleton

    This cosy stone cottage is in a quiet lane just 3 minutes walk from the centre of Castleton. We welcome well-behaved pets and there is good walking right from the doorstep. There are glorious views of the Great Ridge from the double room, and from the garden where there is seating for guests to relax with a meal or a drink. Ideal for walkers and cyclists, it also gives easy access to local towns and attractions and is a comfortable base at any time of the year.



    •    Friday – Friday bookings
    •    2 bedrooms
    •    Dog/pet friendly
    •    Garden
    •    Non smoking
    •    Pubs and restaurants within easy walking distance
    •    Short breaks available

    Michill Cottage is comprehensively equipped
    •    All gas and electricity included in rental
    •    Linen and towels provided
    •    1 double room with double bed
    •    1 twin room
    •    Gas central heating
    •    Well-equipped kitchen
    •    Electric fan oven and gas hob
    •    Washing machine and tumble drier
    •    Iron and ironing board
    •    Powerful relaxing shower
    •    TV with DVD, CD and Radio
    •    Garden with seating and stunning views
    •    Small rear courtyard with seating

    Castleton  is an ancient lead mining village with a strong sense of community. It is one of the most popular locations in the peak district, famous for its 4 show caverns and unique Blue John Stone. It sits snugly in the Hope Valley, guarded both by the shaly slopes of Man Tor and the square towered Norman Keep of Perveril Castle, which overlooks the village from a lofty limestone perch.

    From the cottage walkers can easily access Kinder Scout and the Great Ridge, and the Pennine Way LDP starts just over the Ridge in Edale. Cyclists enjoy the challenge of the hills, while for families it is an easy drive to attractions such as Haddon Hall, Chatsworth and the towns of Buxton and Bakewell.

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