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Beautiful Peak District views from the garden.
Beautiful Peak District views from the garden.
  • Beautiful Peak District views from the garden.
  • Approach to the house and the best place to park is either nose too against the wall or in the drive - I’ll move the land rover!
  • Fantastic garden with patio to sit and admire the beautiful views. Annex is on the right of the main house.
  • Country house within easy walking distance of Bakewell town centre or Ashford in the Water.
  • Entrance to your Private Annex
  • King Size Room
  • king En-suite
  • king en-suite
  • King size room
  • View from Master Bedroom to adjoining Twin Room
  • Master Bedroom
  • Daily flowers
  • Wye River between our house and Ashford in the Water
  • Riverside walk to Ashford
  • Riverside walk to Ashford
  • Riverside walk to Ashford
  • Ashford in the Water Old Bridge 10 minutes walk away from the house.
  • Sarah and Titch outside The Bulls Head in Feb 15 degrees - This is a 15 minute walk along the River Wye from our house and does great food and has a lovely atmosphere. Beer garden is set next to the park, has a boule track and is an evening sun trap.
  • Ashford in the Water cafe just 10 minutes walk along the beautiful River Wye
  • Picturesque Ashford in the Water Church close to The Bulls Head pub just 10 minutes walk along the river
  • Here is the Derbyshire traditional Well Dressings calendar.
  • Iconic Bakewell Bridge over the River Wye
  • Bakewell Church is probably one of the most photoed in the Peak District.
  • The Capital of the Peak District is Bakewell with an historic town centre and with some buildings dating back centuries
  • The Bakewell Pudding shop is a must visit
  • This brewery produces many award winning beers and only 5 minutes walk from our house towards Bakewell it is well worth visiting the Tap Room.
  • A February view across the park to the magnificent and recently renovated Chatsworth House. Many people out walking and exploring.
  • Chatsworth Farm Shop and Cafe  at Pilsley - lovely food both in the shop and the cafe
  • Chatsworth Farm Shop and cafe is a local must to visit.
  • Chatsworth Endensor Village where the Estate staff live in this stunning cluster of individually Architecturally European designed houses . Take some time to wonder round and then visit the cafe.
  • A great little pub at Pilsley on the Chatsworth Estate close to the farm shop.
  • Spacious Private Annex Room,  Bakewell,
  • A selection of walks from the house taking in Ashord, Monsal Head, the Monsal Trail,  Bakewell, Pack Horse, Bulls Head and Manners Pubs.
  • Monsal Trail - great flat walk along the old railway track through tunnels and over viaducts in the stunning Monsal Dale. Join at Bakewell. Hassop Cafe, Monsal Head or Millers Dale
  • Hassop Cafe on the Monsal Trail is the place to hire bikes and a must visit even for a coffee.
  • Monsal Trail from Bakewell to Buxton through tunnels and over the viaduct. This picture is taken at Hassop Cafe.
  • Lathkill Dale is stunning and a photographers paradise. Combine this walk with a lunch at The Lathkill Pub, Over Haddon
  • Little Titch our very popular Jack Russel pulling a branch from the river in Lathkill Dale.
  • Lathkill Dale river walk
  • This is one of Derbyshires Classic Walks up the Lathkill Dale to Over Haddon where you can enjoy lunch at The Lathkill Pub with its stunning views across the dales then walk back down the hill.
  • Lathkill Dale
  • River Lathkill crystal clear waters
  • Snoozing Swans on The Lathkill River
  • Lathkill Dale
  • Curbar or Stanedge Edge cliff top flat walk along the Edge with fantastic views and historic reminants of the mill wheels
  • Stanton Moor and Lathkill Dale are favourite destinations for a great walk combining lovely lunchtime pubs.
  • The Cork Stone on Stanton Moor formed in the glacial age is a beautiful selfie spot - this is Sarah and Titch the dog.
  • One of the Old Quarry workings on Stanton Moor dating back to Druid times
  • View of the Stanton Moor dry walk. This a stunning walk with 360 views over the Derbyshire countryside. Pubs to visit are the Childers in Stanton-in-the-peak or The Druids in Birchover.
  • A snapshot of Derbyshire’s favourite sites to visit in red and looped in black
  • Winter view at Longstone Edge
  • A beautiful 1 hour walk along the Derwent and back from the Bridge Pub at Carver.
  • Derbyshire’s Iconic Mam Tor walk along the ridge with fabulous views everywhere
  • Titch putting on her regal look
  • View from Mam Tor over Edale to Kinder Scout
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Beautiful Peak District views from the garden.