AboutCharacter stone cottage converted from 300 year old stables, many features including original oak beams, stone alcoves, etc. Outstanding views from the lounge, kitchen and bedroom of the beaurtiful Derbyshire countryside. Watch the climbers on the popular Castle Naze rock face. All ideally located within the Peak District National Park together with walking, golf, theatre (Buxton), fishing, cycling, climbing or just as an idyllic and tranquil hideaway. The area is packed with places of interest from many National Trust and historic properties, local towns that hold festivals and carnivals throughout the year. There's always something going on within the locality. Of interest - Pyegreave Farm was purchased by Florence Nightingale's father in 1840.
- Number of Rooms / Units
|Room / Unit Type||Capacity||Room / Unit Tariff*||Notes|
|Pyegreave||4||from £295.00 to £410.00 per unit per week||1 Bedroom. Sleeps 2 Double bed settee in lounge area Bathroom with shower, basin and WC|
*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
- 4 Visit England Stars Self-catering
- Visit England VisitEngland Gold Award 2016
- Visit England VisitEngland Cyclists Welcome 2016
- Visit England VisitEngland Walkers Welcome 2016
- Other Awards Self-assessed Accessibility Information 2016
Booking & Payment Details
- American Express accepted
- Euros accepted
- Visa/Mastercard/Switch accepted
- Single sex groups welcomed
- Golf available (onsite or nearby)
- Leisure club (onsite or nearby)
- Dogs/pets NOT accepted
- WiFi or internet access
- Children welcome - Children welcome from any age
- CD player
- DVD player
- Satellite TV
- Central heating
- Microwave cooker
- Drying facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Washing machine
Linen & Bedding
- Linen provided
- Private parking
Room/Unit Facilities: Pyegreave
- King-sized bed
- Scenic view
Map & Directions
From Buxton, take the A6 towards Chapel-en-le-Frith. After Dove Holes, just before Chapel-en-le-Frith there is a new bypass. DO NOT take the bypass but fork left to Chapel-en-le-Frith "Town Centre".
Carry on through the town and out into the 40mph limit. On a right hand bend there is a turning left to Combs Village immediately before the Hanging Gate Inn. Take this left turn. Follow the road down to the village of Combs (about 1 mile).
In the village by The Beehive Inn you come to a "T" junction. Turn left. Keep left at any road junctions if you feel you have a choice. Road goes out of the village, becomes narrow and climbs up a hill. About half way up the hill Pyegreave Farm drive is on the right. Follow farm track over two cattle grids, just after second grid the road divides - take the right fork. The cottage is situated in the first building on the right.
Directions from Stockport
Take the A6 towards Buxton
Just after Furness Vale at roundabout take right turn towards Whaley Bridge. Through Whaley Bridge to traffic lights - turn left onto B5470 towards Chapel-en-le-Frith. After about 2 miles there is a reservoir on the right, a golf club on the left and then a pub called the Hanging Gate.
Immediately after the Hanging Gate turn right (signposted Combs village). Follow road down into village of Combs (about 1 mile).
In village by The Beehive Inn you come to a "T" juntion. Turn left. Keep left at any road junctions if you feel you have a choice. Road goes out of village, becomes narrow and climbs up a hill. About half way up the hill Pyegreave Farm drive is on the right. Follow farm track over two cattle grids, just after second grid the road divides - take right fork. The cottage is situated in the first building on the right.
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