Detatched 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms stone cottage in the Peak District

Detatched 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms stone cottage in the Peak District


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mayo 2011

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Nestled in the heart of the Peak District. Eyam village is famous because through a Taylor ordering a piece of clothe from London the Plague came to the village. Many died but it didn't spread because they sacrificially 'closed' the village.. come and stay to find out more.

Our cottage was built in the 1800's. It has an open fire in the dining room and soon to have one in the lounge too! The lounge has two sofas one can be used as a double bed. There is satellite T.V. available and lots of old fashioned board games housed in the bureau. There is a beautiful conservatory that is perfect for a rest any time of day. There is a record player, The kitchen, utility room, and downstairs bathroom run off from the back door. There is parking outside the back door for two vehicles. Upstairs and right there is the family bathroom, then the double bedroom which also has an ensuite. Up the stairs and left is the single bedroom and the twin room which has an ensuite and a satellite t.v. In the garden there is a decked area for BBQ's with table and chairs and umbrella. The front of the house has a tiny long garden where you catch the morning sun making it the perfect place for a coffee and read of the newspaper. the steps lead up to the upper garden where there are plenty of fruit bushes to supply - a summer house for a Pimms in the early evening is a must on the veranda. The view from here of the surrounding area is breathtaking. The gate leads out to various walks or a quick access to the village where there are various tea shops or a pub or bakers; or a walk the other way through the meadows to lovers leap! Come and stay and you can discover all this and more.

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  1. Roger and Maggie Wright. Roger and I enjoy travelling especially when we can experience the country as a resident. We were recommended home exchange by some friends of ours. We have not done a home exchange before but are keen to try what sounds a great way to see another country and allow someone to see ours.

    We currently have two cats, Travis and Spot. They are 12 and a half years old and very friendly. We are soon to get some chickens and quails which will make breakfast and lunch fun!

    We are very keen to make the exchange as comfortable for you as possible and would love to hear from you as to what your needs are and how we can make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

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Eyam village is in the heart of the Peak District. Surrounded by rolling hils, moors, and farm land. The village itself boasts a lovely pub with excellent food. A walk away is another pub called the Bretton Inn where you can enjoy views from the top of Eyam moor and sometimes watch the paragliders. Foolow, Grindleford, Longshaw, stoney middleton and Carver are the closest villages around Eyam. There is a plethera of activities and lovely English villages to visit. Not to mention the renowned Chatsworth House where Pride and Prejudice was filmed.

The Peak District is a walkers paradise - We have OS maps available for use whilst you stay here. There are some old disused railway tracks for cycling along eitehr from Ashbourne or Tissington. There is one just opening near us at Bakewell too. For those who prefer a gentler way of life there are lots of tea shops two in Eyam. One down the road through lovers leap at Carver which also site a craft shop for those holiday gifts or some early Christmas shopping whilst on holiday(maybe that's just one of my passtimes)! Bakewell is 10 minutes drive away with lots of shops, tea rooms, an Agricultural market last saturday in the month and a regular market that is the largest in Derbyshire.

AS well as Chatsworth, there is Hadden Hall, Hardwick Hall and other stately homes nearby and a little further afield there is Lyme Park.

For those who like caves Castleton (20 mins. approx. drive away)has many different types to explore either on foot or by boat. there are also lots of little shops to mooch round selling the famous Blue John stone amongst other things. tea shops line the road and a couple of pubs too.

Hathersage is 10 mins. drive where one can enjoy walks, a visit to little johns grave (Robin Hoods firend). a selection of Pubs or a fab. Indian restaurant. As well as a few out door pursuit shops and craft shops.

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