Featured in Sunday Times Top 100 Cool Cottages UK
Charming character cottage in a tranquil location
Good train links from Manchester and Sheffield
Stunning south facing garden - views of Mam Tor
Surrounded by walking country e.g Kinder Scout
Local pubs a short walk away
Property Features (check individual cottages for details)
- Space to play
- Enclosed Garden
- Dog Free Cottage
- Supermarket delivery available
- Owners/Manager onsite
- Dedicated Parking
- Real fire
- Hypoallergenic bedding option
- Bike storage
- Walkable pub
- Fine dining within 10 miles
At the heart of the spectacular Vale of Edale
Situated in the spectacular Vale of Edale, our two charming cottages at Ollerbrook are in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Lying amongst the highest, most dramatic hills of the Peak District and the sparkling brooks tumbling down to the valley floor, Ollerbrook is a tiny rural hamlet at the base of Kinder Scout.
Buildings and grounds
Lovingly restored with oak beamed ceilings and real log fires, they provide homely comforts and modern essentials: central heating, well equipped kitchens and bathrooms with both bath and shower. Furnished to a high standard they are fully equipped with WiFi, TV/Video, DVD player, CD player, dishwasher, microwave, electric cooker and hob, laundry facilities and freezer. A payphone is available to guests and all towels and linens are included. All cottages are a Friday changeover.
With stunning views of Mam Tor, Curlew and Plover share a colourful, south-facing cottage garden. Outside the perfect place for a glass of wine and a meal; perhaps cooked on the barbecue. An adjacent field is ideal for ball games and running around and there is a woodland garden.
What to do
Perfect for walkers and climbers: the Pennine Way starts at the pub across the meadows. Nearby can be found pony trekking, mountain biking and fishing, with castles and stately homes to explore: Peveril Castle, Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Lyme Park, all less than half an hour away. The Peak towns of Bakewell, Buxton and Tideswell are nearby; Castleton, Winnats Pass and their famous caves are just over the hill. There are three pubs in the valley, all serving food, two just a few minutes walk along a footpath.
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