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Cottage / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Cottage / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
Youlgrave is an attractive village at the junction of the rivers Bradford and Lathkill. It is an excellent base for exploring the White Peak area by foot, cycle or car and, for those simply wishing to relax, offers the peace and quiet of the unspoilt English countryside.
There is a Post Office/grocers, a butcher/deli and 3 pubs all serving food.
The pretty market town of Bakewell is a short drive away and there is a regular bus service.
Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are easily accessible and the spa towns of Matlock and Buxton can be reached in about 20 minutes.
It is about one hours drive to Alton Towers.
The front door opens into a large kitchen/diner with delightful views from the oak dining table. The floor is tiled wih under floor heating. One door leads to the garden and the other to a utility room with space for coats and where the washing machine and tumble drier are located. Off the utility room is a toilet with handwash basin.
To the left of the front door is the spacious lounge with solid oak flooring and wood burning stove (logs are provided). French doors open to the garden and offer a pleasant view across Bradford dale to the hills opposite.
Along the length of the rear of the house is a glass covered verandah providing a useful area to put on and take off boots and somewhere to enjoy the warm summer rain. There is a delightful garden with lawn, flower beds, patio area and excellent views.
A staircase from the kitchen/diner leads to the first floor landing. To the left at the top of the stairs is a twin bedded room with good, open views. To the right is the master bedroom with double bed, en-suite toilet with hand wash basin and with excellent views from its two windows. Turning back along the landing is the shower room with large 'walk in' shower, wash basin and toilet. The third bedroom, with pitched ceiling and oak beams, has a single bed and a folding bed for use when needed.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Chesterfield 20 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (4), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
The Peak District National Park region
The Peak District National Park offers some of the most beautiful English countryside with its many river valleys and picturesque villages. The market towns of Bakewell and Asbourne are a pleasure to visit as are the spa towns of Matlock and Buxton. At Matlock Bath a cable car will take you from the promenade to the Heights of Abraham with its caves and many visitor attractions. During the summer months many villages hold their 'Welldressing' weeks during which ancient water sources are decorated with elaborate pictures constructed from flower petals set in clay.
There are many stately homes to visit including the magnificent Chatsworth House and the charming Haddon Hall.
There are many well marked footpaths offering opportunities ranging from a gentle stroll to a challenging all day hike.
Youlgrave is a delightful, unspoilt village at the junction of the river Lathkill and Bradford. There are many beatiful walks around the area and it is within easy reach of all the major tourist attractions. There are 3 pubs, apost office/grocers and a butcher/deli in the village.
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5 May 2015
"Warm, charming, cosy and comfortable"
This was such a lovely cottage. It had everything we needed. Clean, charming, lovely views and lots of character. The heating system is wonderful. The cottage gets very warm very quickly and the under floor heating in the kitchen was so welcoming in the mornings. The kitchen is brilliantly kitted out and the walk in shower was lovely too! Great location for some wonderful walks and there are maps available to help guide you. Finally, the sun in the afternoon hits the front corner windowed area perfectly allowing a magic place to sit and read in the sunshine! All in all, a perfect holiday home!
27 Apr 2015
"Lovely cottage, great location"
Just spent a long weekend at mosstone cottage, And what a lovely cottage,it is very clean and well equipped with a log burner for those chilly evenings. There are 3 pubs all within a few minutes walki… More
20 Apr 2015
"Ideally located for outside activities."
Well presented and equipped family accommodation: lots of good walks, activities and dining facilities within easy reach.… More
26 Mar 2015
Stayed in Mosstone for a long weekend, five of us altogether. Lovely, well appointed cottage in the middle of Youlgreave, so very convenient for the music festival we attended in the village hall. Sp… More
3 Nov 2014
"Comfortable and cozy, and good value for money!"
I stayed here with 3 friends (we're all early 40's) for the weekend and had an excellent time. Lovely views, log burner, close to pubs and can start several walks straight from house so didn't have t… More
23 Oct 2014
"Very Comfortable and warm"
A really nice well appointed cottage in the centre of the village. Stayed with my son, daughter in law and their baby. Very warm . However having stayed in a lot of cottages, this is one of the few th… More
21 Jun 2014
"Beautiful cottage in a very friendly Peak village"
A beautiful, spacious, well equipped cottage in a very friendly Peak District Village with walks right from the door! Perfect for exploring the dales with your dog. Bakewell, Buxton, Chatsworth & Ma… More
13 May 2014
"Nice garden and views spoilt by lack of attention to details"
Mosstone is a nice house for a holiday. There are nice pubs close by, particularly the Farmyard Inn. The local butcher sells great produce. The local walks are lovely but are not for the less than abl… More
I was disappointed that this guest was less than happy with Mosstone. I did visit them on the second day of their stay as they were having some difficulty using the wi-fi. I asked if all was well with the cottage and was assured that it was. The question was repeated and received the same response when I called to say farewell and wish them a good journey home on the day before their departure. The main road through the village is a ‘B’ road and traffic is usually light though some farm vehicles can be a little noisy. Through travel by H.G.V.’s is not permitted. Two of the three bedrooms are to the rear of the house and are shielded from traffic noise. The complaint regarding the mattresses apparently concerned one particular mattress. It is the first such complaint received but the complaint is reasonable and the mattress has been replaced. The cottage sleeps 6. Washing, ironing, making up and stripping all the beds does take some time and any cottage owner will charge for this service. Many will add this charge to their rental charge to give an overall inclusive price. I choose to give my guests the option of a slightly lower price if they choose to bring their own linen or of paying a relatively small charge to hire linen. This group chose to bring their own linen, as do most. I do get many parties of 2 or 3 and it would seem unfair that they pay an ‘inclusive’ price allowing for bedding for all beds. Details of what is and what is not provided are always made clear to guests. I have considered the matter of installing a freezer carefully and decided in favour of a fridge with a 4 star freezer compartment largely on environmental grounds. Freezers in holiday cottages are at best underused and spend most of the time empty. If I were to install a freezer it would have to run continuously for 11 months of the year. It has always been my hope that guests would support local, hard pressed shops. I do accept dogs but ask that they are not left in house or garden unsupervised and that they are not allowed to use the garden as a toilet. Owners, thus far, have seen these as reasonable requests in the interest of themselves, future guests, neighbours - and the lawn. It is absolutely wrong to suggest that I request that ‘dogs do not use it (the garden) is any shape or form’.
12 May 2014
"Beautiful Cottage, Lovely Village, Perfect Stay!"
We spent the weekend here and had a fabulous time. Mosstone was immaculate and very well equipped, in fact the kitchen was better equipped as ours at home! Youlgrave is a lovely little village w… More
20 Apr 2014
June returned after a lovely 4 days. Highly recommend to anyone. Mosstone was beautifully clean with fantastic views. Youlgreave was very friendly with great walks, good pubs especially the bulls hea… More
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