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1 bedroom, iron/ironing board, WiFi, linens

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4.8 out of 5 Exceptional
75 reviews

Popular amenities

Kitchen
Pet Friendly
Washer
Outdoor Space
Fireplace

Cleaning and safety practices

  • Cleaned with disinfectant
  • Contactless check-in

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Explore the area

Popular LocationSpeedwell Cavern9 min drive
Popular LocationKinder Scout18 min drive
Popular LocationPeak District National Park Authority34 min drive
AirportManchester (MAN)55 min drive

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    About this property

    Entire place

    You'll have the entire home to yourself and will only share it with other guests in your party.

    17th Century Stone, Traditional, Cosy, Country Cottage With Original Features

    Historic cottage in Hope Valley
    • Please note, for the safety and peace of mind of our guests, we have introduced additional cleaning and disinfecting measures to supplement our already high standards of hygiene • Chime Cottage is a charming, period property ( circa 1670 AD). Pet Friendly and Free WiFi, BT TV & Netflix • SPECIAL DEALS THIS AUTUMN. NOW FROM JUST £65 PER NIGHT • Situated in Bradwell village, this cottage represents the peace and relaxation that you associate with Village Life. Typically stone built exterior with solid oak original beams running throughout the lounge, kitchen/dining area and upstairs bedroom, together with the inglenook fireplace, form the perfect image of 17th Century Middle England. Once inside, you will notice that the stone sink and and utility area is hewn from the bedrock, on which the cottage is built. The light ash kitchen provides ample storage and there are sufficient place settings for up to 4/6 people. Although it is a working kitchen, sorry, there is no dishwasher! The kitchen leads to a small wash place containing a washing machine and combi boiler, which provides constant instant hot water. Onward from the wash place is the little charming outside courtyard, with high stone walls and hanging garden. The ground floor is completed by a small, cosy lounge complete with Inglenook fireplace and a wood burning stove. Once inside the lounge there is a 3-seater sofa-bed for occasional use and a matching armchair. Guests often comment that when they light the wood burner stove, they don't ever want to move!! However, that would be a big mistake, as there is lots to see and do beyond the walls of the cottage - both in the village and beyond. There is also a bathroom, with roll-top bath, shower & toilet. Up the wooden staircase - which is rather steep - to the first floor landing you will find twin beds in a light, charming space, suitable for any age, but not for privacy as the main bedroom is located through the landing area. A family with children or a same gender group would be most suited to these sleeping arrangements. The main bedroom has a double bed with luxury foam mattress, and convenient drawer units and nearby power sockets. Two windows provide dual aspect across the village and towards the hills beyond. This character cottage also offers a taste of the present day with central heating, BT Smart TV (NetFlix included) and Wi-fi. Out the front door and to the left is a small hill and left again takes you to the garage and its forecourt - where we politely ask you to park your car - abundant with potted plants (depending on the season). Here you will find a tiny gated arch which leads to the little terrace garden, typical of the cottages in this region. Many gardens are situated nearby, rather than within the grounds of the residence! Depending on the season, here you can relax with a glass of wine overlooking the distant hills. When you decide to venture beyond the cottage you can go down the main hill to the village. Here you will find the Post Office, which is the centre of the community, providing all the usual newspapers (and some unusual ones!), cards, etc. and a friendly conversation. There is a newly renovated CO-OP supermarket for your provisions, a beauticians, hairdressers, a Fish and Chip shop, a bakery and a Doctors' surgery! There are two play parks - both well equipped - a chapel, a church and four pubs!! One of which is only 100 m/yards away. Nearby villages include Castleton. Its name is the clu situated high above the village and is well worth the treck for magnificent views!! Castleton has a wonderful array of tiny souvenir shops selling the famous 'Blue John stone' from the region's mines and many places to indulge yourself with cream teas and beverages, plus pubs serving full menus.This is also the location of the famous Blue John Mine, Treak Cliff Cavern, Peak Cavern and the subterranean river cave, Speedwell Cavern. All these magnificent caverns are open to the public and have guided tours. Hope village is en-rote to Castleton and is a favourite of walkers and visitors to its annual show, sheep-dog trials and car boot sales. Travelling East you find Hathersage, the burial place of 'Little John' of Robin Hood fame. The closest City is Sheffield and can easily be reached, as can all of the above mentioned villages, either by car or bus, which stop in the centre of Bradwell!From Manchester Airport it's approximately 1 hour 30 minutes by car. A car is strongly advised to make the most of this fascinating part of the world.Well-dressing is a craft, unique to the area. This requires teams of villagers drawing, 'puddling' and petalling a themed picture using only natural resources to make up the completed pressed into a bed of clay. When it is complete it is mounted on a prominent site in each village. All the wells are different and some villages have more than one ( Bradwell has four!). This takes place during June through to September in Peak District villages. A little further afield you will discover the villages of Ashbourne, Bakewell, Matlock and many other villages of outstanding beauty, offering unique shopping opportunities and even cable car rides. Among these is the famous 'plague' village, Eyam, which is the only known village outside London to conract the Black plague. The plaques on the cottage doors tell the horrific stories of the passing of the 17th Century occupants! The museum tells the whole story.Walkers will enjoy the fabulous network of public footpaths, sites of historic digs, and guided walking trips around the Peaks.Chatsworth House is the residence of the Duchess of Devonshire, with many connections to The Royal Family. The house and gardens are open to the public all year round with the exception of a couple of weeks during the Christmas period.There is an adventure playground and a wonderful prize- winning Farm Shop. It is approximately 20 minutes by car from Bradwell.The cottage has a fairly comprehensive collection of maps, walks and information booklets about the Peak District and all the amazing activities and opportunities to investigate the area.If there is anything else we can help with, please don’t hesitate to let us know!Many thanksAlex
    Guest accommodations at this cottage offer fireplaces and DVD players. Accommodations offer separate living rooms. Kitchens offer refrigerators, stovetops, microwaves, and separate dining areas. Bathrooms include shower/tub combinations and hair dryers.
    The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or nearby; fees may apply.

    Property manager

    Alex Thompson
    Speaks English

    Cleaning and safety practices

    Enhanced cleanliness measures

    Disinfectant is used to clean the property

    Social distancing

    Contactless check-in
    This information is provided by our partners.

    Property amenities

    Internet

    • WiFi available

    Parking and transportation

    • Onsite parking
    • Garage
    • Car required

    Family friendly

    • Highchair

    Kitchen

    • Refrigerator
    • Stovetop
    • Microwave
    • Oven
    • Toaster
    • Cookware/dishes/utensils
    • Spices

    Bedrooms

    • 1 bedroom
    • Bed sheets provided

    Bathrooms

    • 1 bathroom
    • Shower/tub combination
    • Towels provided
    • Hair dryer

    Living spaces

    • Fireplace
    • Living room
    • Dining room
    • Wood stove

    Entertainment

    • TV with cable/satellite service
    • DVD player
    • Games
    • Books
    • Music library

    Outdoor areas

    • Garden
    • Outdoor furniture

    Laundry

    • Washing machine

    Comfort

    • Heating

    Suitability/Accessibility

    • Smoke-free property

    Services and conveniences

    • Iron/ironing board
    • Phone

    Location highlights

    • In a rural location
    • Near a hospital
    • In a village

    Things to do

    • Fishing nearby
    • Hiking/biking trails nearby
    • Swimming nearby
    • Hunting nearby
    • Cycling nearby
    • Cave exploring nearby
    • Mountain biking nearby
    • Hiking nearby
    • Mountain climbing nearby

    General

    • Sleeps 4
    • Unit size: 592 sq ft (55 sq m)

    Policies

    Check-in

    Check-in time starts at 3:30 PM

    Check-out

    Check-out before 10:00 AM

    Special check-in instructions

    You will receive an email from the property manager with check-in and check-out instructions

    Pets

    Pets allowed
    Restrictions apply; for more information contact the property at the number on the booking confirmation

    Children and extra beds

    Children are welcome

    Property payment types

    Important information

    You need to know

    Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy
    Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card, or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges
    Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges; special requests cannot be guaranteed
    Onsite parties or group events are strictly prohibited

    We should mention

    Guests can arrange to bring pets by contacting the property directly, using the contact information on the booking confirmation
    A car is required for transportation to and from this property

    About this area

    Hope Valley

    Located in Hope Valley, this cottage is in a rural area. Buxton Opera House and Sheffield City Hall are cultural highlights, and some of the area's landmarks include Chatsworth House and Eyam Hall. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's happening at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre or Hillsborough Stadium. Fishing and swimming offer great chances to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with cave exploring and cycling nearby. Our guests appreciate the property's central location.
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    Popular Location

    What's nearby

    • Speedwell Cavern - 9 min drive
    • Kinder Scout - 18 min drive
    • Forge Dam - 20 min drive
    • Buxton Opera House - 32 min drive
    • Peak District National Park Authority - 34 min drive

    Getting around

    • Hope Station - 9 min drive
    • AirportManchester Airport (MAN) - 55 min drive

    Restaurants

    • Anchor Inn — 5 min drive
    • Ramblers Rest — 6 min drive
    • 1530 — 6 min drive
    • Ye Olde Nag's Head — 6 min drive
    • Rose Cottage Cafe — 6 min drive

    Frequently asked questions

    Is 17th Century Stone, Traditional, Cosy, Country Cottage With Original Features pet-friendly?
    Yes, pets are allowed at this property.
    What time is check-in at 17th Century Stone, Traditional, Cosy, Country Cottage With Original Features?
    Check-in begins at 3:30 PM.
    What time is check-out at 17th Century Stone, Traditional, Cosy, Country Cottage With Original Features?
    Check-out is at 10:00 AM.
    Where is 17th Century Stone, Traditional, Cosy, Country Cottage With Original Features located?
    Situated in a rural location, this historic cottage is within 3 mi (5 km) of Peak Cavern, Peveril Castle, and Speedwell Cavern. Derbyshire Dales National Nature Reserve and Eyam Hall are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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    5/5 Excellent

    Wish we could have stayed longer
    Full of character, homely, comfortable. Everything we needed for our stay. Probably not for crawling babies and toddlers but great for any other age.

    5/5 Excellent

    The perfect trip away!
    We had a lovely holiday and the cottage is gorgeous, it’s in a perfect location for visiting the Peaks. The cottage is cozy and very homely. We loved watching films by the fire! Thanks for a great trip, can’t wait to visit again soon.

    5/5 Excellent

    Cosy family cottage in beautiful location.
    Had a fabulous experience on our first holiday as a family of four. The property had everything we needed and we really appreciated the communication from the owner prior to our arrival. Both the house itself and the location were very pretty and there was plenty to do in the area. We were sad when it was time to leave!

    5/5 Excellent

    A great family holiday
    Had a great time at Chime Cottage, very clean, good location and pet friendly:)

    5/5 Excellent

    weekend stay
    very quaint cottage, good size for 4 adults, perfectly located for walks and to visit the caverns in nearby Castleton. Cottage was beautiful and spotless, lots of little extras if you need them, i would visit again .