Cottage | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2
This thoughtfully converted, upside-down, end-of-terrace holiday cottage has a traditional feel to it and both the living room and bedroom have a Juliet balcony with views over the Amber Valley. Set in the centre of the beautiful conservation village of Ashover in Derbyshire with an award-winning CAMRA pub 150 yards away.
Ground floor: 1 double bedroom with built in wardrobe, oak floor and wall mounted 32" TV/DVD. Fully tiled wet room with toilet, heated towel rail and heated floor.
First floor: Living/dining room/kitchen with oak floor. The kitchen has a fridge/freezer, electric cooker and hob and is fully stocked with utensils. The living area has a sofa and chair and wall mounted 32" TV/DVD with games and DVD's.
There are thermostatically controlled electric thermal radiators throughout. All electricity, bed linen and towels are included. There is on road parking in front of the cottage.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
The Heart of England/Peak District
Ogston Reservoir, 2.5 miles for water sports, birdwatching and fishing. Matlock and Matlock Bath is only 4 miles away with a cable car to the Heights of Abraham. Tour the mining museum or walk alongside the River Derwent.
Crich Steam Railway and Wirksworth are 8 miles. Take a short drive and visit Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Bakewell
Ashover is one of the prettiest villages in Derbyshire, with a 15th Century church, Ashover won the Calor Village of the Year competition in 2005. It has been said that the village is home to a couple of ghosts, including the Laughing Cavalier who haunts the Black Swan, and that arrows for the Battle of Agincourt were made here!
The village was important to the lead mining and quarrying industries and was also home to the stocking frame knitting industry, but little of that remains. Today, Ashover is valued for the beautiful countryside that surrounds it and better known for the Ashover Show in August and the Ashover Festival in September.