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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4 Home 13486
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
You enter the Cottage through a stable front door into a snug area with a desk and easy chairs which offers a perfect place for chilling out on summer evenings. From the sung a door leads to a lovely cottage style sitting room with a cosy gas living flame fire and comfy sofa and two chairs.
At the other end of the snug there is a archway through to a newly appointed luxury Kitchen which leads into a stunning Dining Room with a grand dining table which looks magnificent against the stone walls, high ceiling and exposed beams. The dining room leads out onto a secure patio area and in the summer months it provides a wonderful alfresco breakfast area with a small bistro table and chairs.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, one offering a Colour TV/DVD and new King Sized bed the other with an option of two single beds or King Size. There is a luxury appointed Bathroom with bath and separate spacious Power Shower.
This ideal Derbyshire Country Cottage is south facing and takes advantage of its position with a cottage garden at the front which is mainly laid with flower beds and a flagged stoned area making it a perfect summer sitting area with its stone brick BBQ. The most charming part of the cottage is the attention to detail and the quirky collection of pigs which adorn the cottage, from cute cuddly soft toys to wooden and pottery pigs they add to the special touch from the owner.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: East Midlands 31.7 km, Nearest railway: Matlock 8 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Telephone, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
Is provided on arrival, which includes Milk, Butter, Bread, Eggs, Preserves, Orange Juice, Cheese, Tea, Coffee and a Bottle of Wine. We also provide Soap, Toilet Rolls, Kitchen Roll, Salt and Pepper, Washing up Liquid and Washing Powder.
The Derbyshire region
Walks from the front door.
Hire a bike and ride one of the four converted rail tracks from the following centres.Middleton Top, Parsley Hey, Ashbourne and Waterhouses.
Day at Carsington Water
Walk the whole 10 miles of the footpath around Carrsington. Take in the stunning scenery and take a picnic as there are plenty of places to stop off and have a comfortable sit down and relax.
Cycle around the 10-mile footpath around Carsington. Bikes can be hired from
Hire a Windsurfer, learn to sail or do some Canoeing on Carsington Water
Spend a day at Chatsworth
Go to Chatsworth and discover there is more to see, more to do and more to enjoy than ever before. Take a tour round the grand house with its magnificent rooms. Take a walk round the 105-acre garden with the world famous waterworks. Visit the farmyard and adventure playground and a visit to the farm shops is a must as it sells the best British and estate produce.
Sir Richard Arkwright’s 1783 showpiece are the finest surviving and best-preserved example of an Arkwright mill.
Heights of Abraham
Discover the fun and activities for all ages. Take a trip on the Cable car. Visit Great Rutland Cavern, Great Masson Cavern, Victoria Prospect Tower, Top Station and Tree Top Centre all at the same centre
Wirksworth is one of the oldest towns of this area and still one of those with greatest character. Centred around its marketplace, where markets have been held since Edward I granted the right in 1306, it has many fine old buildings with picturesque alleys and craftsmen's yards.
The reason for the splendour of many of the buildings is Wirksworth's historical trade - it was the southern centre of the Derbyshire lead industry and the Soke and Wapentake of Wirksworth, as it was called, was one of the most productive mining areas.
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10 Aug 2015
"Lovely comfortable and well equipped cottage, ideally located close to the Peak District"
A lovely cottage, dog friendly and comfortably furnished. Everything provided that we needed including a well stocked and equipped kitchen. The welcome hamper was very much appreciated after a long journey, even dog blankets were provided! Ideal location, just off the Peak District and we did very little travelling as there was plenty to see and do locally. Matlock and the Heights of Abraham, and the White Peak were the highlights.
17 May 2015
"Warm, cosy and full of character."
This was our second stay at Hog Cottage. When we arrived it was lovely and warm with lamps left on to make us feel welcome. A fantastic food hamper plus other kitchen necessities too. The cottage is spotlessly clean and has some nice features and extremely comfortable. Hog Cottage is in an ideal location for exploring Derbyshire, during our stay we had fantastic walks and great food at the local pubs.
14 Apr 2015
"Easter Delight !!"
My husband & I & our dog had a wonderful Easter stay at Hog Cottage. The welcome hamper on arrival had all the essentials & also some treats as did the one for our dog, much appreciated & a lovely gesture. The cottage itself is a wonderful old cottage yet with plenty of space & light. There was everything you could possibly think of in the kitchen even including a draw with spare light bulbs, candles, batteries, poo bags, you name it they had it. There where lights left on for our arrival which was nice & cheery as we arrived in rain & the coal effect living flame gas fire was convenient but felt ‘real’ & cosy. I loved all the candles that could be lit too, that added to the atmosphere. The stairs are quite steep, typical for a cottage of that age but not a problem with the hand rail. The bedrooms where fresh & inviting. The master bedroom had a tv which we didn’t watch as we brought our IPad with us so the free Wi-Fi was useful for that. After a long day exploring the bed was soft, inviting & comfortable. I liked how big the bathroom was, a separate shower is always a bonus & it was strong & powerful. The front of the cottage has gardens & you are able to sit out & enjoy the views down into Wirksworth. The back is more a yard but handy for letting the dog out at night. I know on the website you are forewarned about the parking but I (even being a woman) did not have a problem, yes it’s a steep hill with a sharp turn but once outside the cottage its flat & easy to park against the wall. We were in & out each day & parked at the cottage each time but if you can’t manage it there is parking just at the bottom of the road which is fine too. Wirksworth town, is quaint & interesting with lots of little shops & pubs, the pubs are all dog friendly. The people are very warm & welcoming too, we chatted to a few locals & they told us different interesting things about the area. The trek to the Maltshovel from the cottage is a must but a little tip, google what a ‘snicket’ is first if you don’t know, could save you a bit of time. Matlock & Matlock Bath with all the bikers & The Heights of Abraham is a nice walk as is Carsington Water. We would have loved to do more but we were only a way for the 3 nights. Hog Cottage is definitely worth a visit, thank you for a relaxing special time!
Many thanks for your lovely comment and i am so pleased you enjoyed your stay at Hog Cottage. Its a lovely Cottage and we are always delighted to give personal touches to the cottage and the guests. Hope you welcome you again soon. Anna (owner)
12 Dec 2014
"a wonderful stay in a magical cottage , couldnt of wished for more."
Couldn't of picked a more beautiful place to stay than Hogs Cottage, a truly unique and wonderful place to rent to escape from the stress and worries of one's usual life. An unforgettable four days combined with the gorgeous countryside and attractions that the area has to offer , will definitely be back next year in both the Summer and early winter . Would highly recommend to everyone.....
Thanks you so much for your lovely comments. We really appreciate your feed back as we go to great lengths to make sure Hog Cottage offers the very best. Many thanks Anna
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