This semi-detached cottage in the quiet village of Taddington is perfect for a family of four looking to explore the whole of the Peak District.
The property has electric heating and comprises:
Beamed open plan living space.
Lounge area: With wood burner, 32" Freeview TV, DVD, iPod dock, CD player, a selection of DVDs, CDs, books and games, and door to courtyard.
Kitchen area: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine.
Open tread staircase to...
Bedroom 1: With king size bed and TV.
Bedroom 2: With bunk bed.
Wet room: With shower, WC and heated towel rail.
All electric, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial fuel for wood burner included Nov-Mar. Doggy extras.
Enclosed courtyard with garden furniture. Private parking directly in front of the cottage - additional on street parking opposite. Please note: There are seven steps in the courtyard.
Black Spout Cottage can be found in the sleepy limestone village of Taddington, high up in the hills of the White Peak in the heart of the glorious Peak District National Park. Surrounded by the rocky limestone scenery that Taddington is famous for, this fully renovated cottage is modern, spacious, light and airy. Beautiful solid oak flooring and a superb wood burning stove (fireguard provided) can be found on the ground floor, and with exposed beams to most windows throughout, this stone built property has retained its cottage charm. The open plan living space has double aspect windows with doors to both the front and back of the property making it light and bright, and easy to access the courtyard. There are two bedrooms on the first floor along with a wet room complete with non-slip flooring and a rain shower. A hairdryer and shaving plug are available in the master bedroom. An ironing board, clothes horse and iron are also supplied. For dogs, handmade dog bowls, doggy treats, poo bags and a salon-quality dog towel are provided. Show more
Taddington benefits from its own local 17th-century pub, is home to the grand Church of St Michael and takes part in the annual tradition of Well Dressings. It also claims to have 17 miles of footpaths which together with The Limestone Way passing through, makes it an ideal base for walkers. Being situated midway between Buxton and Bakewell, also makes it a perfect touring base with the magnificent buildings of Buxton Opera House, Haddon Hall and Chatsworth Estate all easily reached in around 15 minutes. The historic plague village of Eyam can be reached in around 20 minutes and the beautiful honeypot village of Castleton or Matlock, home to Britain’s first alpine style cable car is around a half an hour drive. Finally for even bigger thrills Alton Towers is just a 45 minute car journey away.