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Candlelight Cottage looks over Litton Village Green

Our spacious and comfortable oak beamed sitting room is the perfect place to relax.

Prepare delicious meals in the well equipped kitchen and enjoy the welcoming warmth of the AGA stove

The patio style garden area is private and ideally suited for BBQ's and al fresco dining.

The double bedroom offers every comfort for a romantic break.

The twin bedroom enjoys views of the cherry blossom in May and the village green beyond.

After a long walk, share a bottle of wine in front of the fire in our cosy sitting room.

The kitchen has everything you may need and more. We can even organise a chef to cook for you!

The Red Lion Pub on Litton Village Green is very well known for the quality of its food and beer.

Wild orchids in Tansley Dale, a short walk from the cottage.

Curbar Edge: One of the many settings for the film Pride and Predjudice with Kiera Knightly.

Art on display at the annual sculpture exhibition at Chatsworth House which takes place every autumn

Chatsworth House, home to the Dukes of Devonshire used to film Pride and Predjudice and The Duchess.

The Emperor Fountain and art on display as part of the annual sculpture exhibition at Chatsworth.

More temporary art on display at the annual sculpture exhibition at Chatsworth.

Candlelight Cottage is a holder of the prestigious English Tourist Board Gold Award for excellence.

Enjoy our welcome pack, crammed with local specialities.

Celebrate Christmas in style with your loved ones at Candlelight Cottage.

Stroll round picturesque and unspoilt Peak District villages. This is the pond at nearby Foolow.

Miles of ancient stone walls are a feature of Peak District scenery: here at Litton.

The vibrant market town of Bakewell has many boutique shops and interesting buildings.

Cressbrook Dale, a few minutes walk from the cottage is a site of special scientific interest.

Cycle or walk through spectacular Monsal Dale along The Monsal Trail.

Winter offers other spectacular scenery. Here, the River Wye in Monsal Dale on a crisp November day.