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Tick Tock Cottage - Baslow

    Living areaBaslow is a Peak District village about 4 miles east of Bakewell. Here you enjoy the very best of the scenery located very close to Chatsworth House estate.

    In an elevated position, in the owner’s grounds, the cottage commands open views of the surrounding countryside.

    Baslow benefits from some excellent local shops and various eating places to suit all tastes.

    Good walks exist into the parklands of Chatsworth House, or try the gritstone edge and heather moorlands above the village.

    Tick Tock Cottage is renovated and maintained to a very high standard in a clean contemporary style - leather sofas, stainless steel kitchen units with solid oak worktops, large comfortable beds, multimedia entertainment, full Sky package, 32" flat screen TV, low voltage lighting. Unlimited high speed fibre broadband  to keep in touch with the world, if you wish to!

    There is a dining area and an occasional breakfast bar which overlooks the patio.
    Also on the ground floor is the separate utility room with toilet and hand basin. A further cloakroom provides additional storage.

    Stairs lead to the two bedrooms, both with high sloping ceilings which add to their character.

    Two bedrooms carpeted luxuriously. Both with super king size beds which can be prepared as four 6'6" singles if requested. Modern bathroom with shower cubicle and bath. Toilets on both floors.

    Garden with lawn and herbaceous border. Outdoor table and chairs. BBQ. Patio heater. Secure mountain bike storage.

    Everything you may need in a Peak District holiday cottage is there ready for you to use as soon as you arrive and park outside on the private driveway. A welcome pack of essentials is provided with compliments. Non smoking.

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    • Duvets, linen and towels provided
    • gas hob and electric oven
    • fridge
    • washer
    • dishwasher
    • DVD
    • High speed fibre broadband
    • sorry no smoking
    • external lighting
    • BBQ
    • Dedicated off road parking for two cars
    • gas fired central heating and power included
    • microwave
    • freezer
    • tumble drier
    • colour 32" TV/Sky HD all channels
    • music system
    • sorry no pets
    • cot and high chair available
    • garden furniture
    • garage storage for bikes and wash down hose

    You will be surrounded by magnificent Peak District countryside and share it with abundant wildlife, plants and birds. Obviously you are in easy reach of all the many Peak District attractions. .Whatever your age or interests, whether walking, (many routes from the door), fishing, bird watching, cycling, horse riding, sight seeing, photography or simply enjoying peace and quiet, you will find this a perfect place to take a break.

    Baslow provides the ideal Peak District central base from which to visit the many varied attractions on offer.

    These include Bakewell market town and interesting shopping just 10 minutes away, Buxton spa town and location of the internationally renowned and restored Buxton Opera House. The Hope Valley and scenic Derwent Dams are a short drive.

    Close by is the magnificent stately home of Chatsworth House (Britain's finest stately home - residence of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire), only walking distance from Tick Tock Cottage through the beautiful parkland. Haddon Hall near Bakewell and Hardwick Hall are both an easy drive.

    Families (with children of all ages) can enjoy visits to Castleton with the Blue John Caverns and Matlock Bath with its cable cars and Gulliver's Kingdom are about 20 - 30 minutes drive. Alton Towers theme park and the "American Adventure" are less than 1½ hours drive.

    If at the end of the day, you wish to eat out, there are several good and reasonably priced eating establishments right on your doorstep.

    Please contact Angus 01246 582625 or  07831 717773 for availability and pricing or visit our website.

    When contacting this business please mention you found them on Peak District Online



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