Hall Cottage Baslow
A beautiful period cottage in Baslow, within walking distance of Chatsworth and the local pub! With all the creature comforts you will need to make your stay really special. Ideally located with some spectacular walks on the doorstep
Hall Cottage is perfectly located in the heart of the Peak District National Park. It is quietly situated and only a 15 minute stroll from Chatsworth. A relaxing home-away-from-home, this two bedroom cottage is beautifully presented and ideal for couples, friends or families with older children. It is within walking distance of The Prince of Wales pub, a small shop and post office, a supermarket and a number of popular village restaurants. The renowned award winning restaurant, Fischer’s at Baslow Hall, is a short drive away.
Baslow is a thriving and friendly community, and is a great base for exploring the Peak District's many attractions. The village is just north of the magnificent Chatsworth House and spectacular gardens and is convenient for Haddon Hall or Bakewell’s shops and lively Monday market.
If you're feeling more energetic and want to explore the hills and valleys or jump on your mountain bike and tackle single tracks, there is a huge choice of walking routes and mountain biking trails. Baslow and Curbar edge are within walking distance of the cottage and the spectacular Hope Valley and pretty village of Hathersage are only 6.5 miles away. For a different experience, head to Castleton and the world famous Blue John Cavern. Take a trip deep underground into the huge cave system with magnificent stalagmites and stalactites.
The Peak District is always stunning regardless of the season or the weather. Staying at Hall Cottage provides you with exceptional comfort, a cosy atmosphere and puts you within a few miles of some of the areas most spectacular scenery and favourite sights, with the extra benefit of having some great walks and cycle rides right from the door.
Hall Cottage is tastefully decorated and furnished to a high standard.
A warm and relaxing living room, complete with sound system, Smart TV, DVD and wifi. Curl up on the two large sofas and watch your choice TV or films. There’s a log burner and a cosy throw for cold nights,
Cook up a storm in the spacious kitchen / diner with a built in gas hob and electric oven, and an excellent selection of kitchenware and crockery.
An extending dining table that sits four to six people comfortably as well as lots of space for serving dishes.
An adjoining conservatory, with a sofa and bistro table and chairs, is perfect for enjoying breakfast or relaxing with a cup of tea and a piece of cake after a long walk
Master bedroom with king size bed, fitted wardrobes and a chest of drawers/dressing table. A large south facing window provide lots of natural light.
Second bedroom with a double bed, wardrobe/drawers/dressing table
Family bathroom with a shower over the bath, WC, handbasin and vanity unit.
Egyptian cotton linen and towels are provided in the bedrooms.
The cottage has a lovely south facing garden/patio, complete with barbecue, sun umbrella, table and seating for four. Perfect for enjoying those balmy summer evenings with a glass of wine.
There is off street parking for one car.
Utilities, Wifi, bed linen and bath towels are all included in the price. The owner regrets they cannot accommodate pets or children under eight years old.
- Recycling on-site
- Accessible by public transport
- Visa/Mastercard/Switch accepted
- Children welcome
- Microwave oven
- Central heating
- Real log/coal fires
- Washing machine
- Free WIFI
- Linen provided
- Free Parking
- Private parking
- Non-smoking property
- Sole use of venue
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