What we provide:
- Heating & Electricity,
- Broadband/ Wi-Fi,
- A hairdryer in each bedroom,
- A luxury set of towels per person,
- All bedding: Duvets, Throw's, Pillows, Luxury crisp linen,
- Small supply of tea bags, coffee, sugar, salt, pepper, vinegar,
- Dishwasher tablets/ detergent, washing up liquid, liquid hand soap, toilet rolls, hand cream, dish cloths, tea towels, oven gloves, cling film, foil and small food bags.
WiFi, Smart TV,log fire (logs not provided), Duel Fire Alarms, torches, selection of board games, central heating, induction hob, electric fan oven, kettle, slimline dishwasher, washer/ dryer, fridge with ice box, iron, ironing board, toaster, microwave, pure radio, double bed's (1 small double), hairdryer in each bedroom, luxury bed linen provided, luxury towels provided, pure alarm/ docking station, small selection of books, local guides/ maps, parking for 1 small vehicle off road and parking for 1 vehicle in front of the cottage dedicated parking, rear patio, outdoor seating/ cushions provided, outdoor table and parasol.
Strict House Rules:
- No pets allowed,
- No Smoking,
- Check in 3:30pm,
- Check out 10am.
"This is by far the best cottage we have stayed in, all the fixtures and fittings were of a very high standard and the cottage was beautiful. Having owned our own holiday cottage we know just how much effort, hard work and attention to detail goes into creating and maintaining such a beautiful home, and it does feel like home. The area is beautiful and Beeley is a perfect place to be based to explore this part of the Peak District. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would recommend to anyone."
Beautiful cottage set on the stunning Chatsworth Estate
Our luxurious lovingly restored Derbyshire sandstone cottage is perfect for exploring this beautiful part of the Peak District National Park with a log fire, comfy sofas, oak beamed rooms, spacious dining room, crisp linen, sumptuous beds, private rear seated garden with dreamy views of Chatsworth Estate, beautiful local walks from the door, with many paths to explore Chatsworth park, Spot the deer among the trees as you walk by the river to Chatsworth House.
Nestling in the Derwent Vally between the Moors and the River Derwent, it's located in a stunning setting. Beeley village is situated at the southern end of Chatsworth park and this unchanged village typifies times gone by.
Beeley is a picturesque chocolate box village, made up of local honey coloured sandstone cottages. In the square, only foot steps from the cottage, you can enjoy the delights of the renowned Devonshire Arms inn, stroll up the lane and you will discover "The Smithy", village cafe.
It's beautiful, and very peaceful with the sounds of birdsong and the occasional clip clop of horses hooves. Come to unwind, enjoy the great outdoors and fall in love.
A rounded walk from Beeley along the river to the magnificent Chatsworth House, set in beautiful parkland, attracts visitors from all over the world. Haddon Hall is a stones throw away dating back to both Medieval & Tudor architecture with fine gardens. If castles are your thing then Bolsover Castle, dominating the countryside from the hilltop, is well worth a visit.
The local village of 'Ashford in the water' is renowned for its beauty and charm. Parts of it date back to medieval times, including the
Bakewell is a fascinating historical market town with many nooks and crannies to explore, with a large market every Monday and a Farmers Market every last Saturday in the month.
The Blue John Cavern, in the beautiful village of Castleton, is a 2000 year old series of caverns the finest in Great Britain...definitely worth exploring!
There are many great places not too far from Devonshire Cottage to eat, drink or buy fresh local produce. Here I have selected just a few;
The Old Smithy Beeley, foot steps away is a lovely cafe serving delicious, homemade food. We recommend the breakfast.
T. 01629 258 927 www.oldsmithybeeleybeeley.com
Devonshire Arms Inn, 30 paces to the bar, gastro pub serving good food.
T. 01629 733259 www.devonshirebeeley.co.uk
Edensor Tea Cottage 5 minutes drive or a nice walk from Devonshire Cottage taking in the splendid views of the magnificent Chatsworth House, serving home cooked/made food, well worth a visit.
T. 01246 582315
Chatsworth Farm Shop is on the estate village of Pilsley, offering quality produce fresh from the estate & Derbyshire suppliers. Pilsley, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1UF only 5 minutes drive
Devonshire Arms Pilsley gastro pub serving good quality food
T. 01246 583258 www.devonshirepilsley.co.uk
Hassop Station Cafe is 10 minutes drive away and serves excellent food and is open all day. There's a great little bookshop, gift shop and cycle hire to jump on the Monsal trail, also great for walking along!
T. 01629 815 668
Hassop Hall is a 10 minutes drive away and serves refined food in elegant surroundings, great for that special occasion.
T. 01629 640 488
Charlie's in Baslow, is a great bistro recommend booking.
T. 01246 582 619
Fischer's Baslow is a Michelin starred restaurant perfect for that special occasion and only 10 minutes drive away. Booking is essential.
T. 01246 583 259
The White Lion in Great Longstone serves good food and wine too.
T. 01629 640 252
The Pack Horse in Little Longstone serves great home made food with a roaring log fire.
The Manners Pub, Bakewell is 5 minutes drive away,a traditional pub with a good atmosphere. Kids are welcome and it serves good food.
T. 01629 812756 www.themanners.robinsonbrewery.com
Piedaniel's Restaurant, Bakewell is 5 minutes drive serving traditional French cuisine with a European twist.
T. 01629 812687 www.piedaniels-restaurant.com
Maaz Matlock 5 minute's drive excellent Indian restaurant or delivery available
T. 01629 56500
Why cook? After all you're on your holidays...