You are invited to stay in this homely Derbyshire holiday cottage, a 17th Century, Grade II Listed, 2 bedroomed cottage situated in the heart of the village of Winster, an absolutely spectacular and unspoilt location.
The cottage, with its beautiful decoration, Inglenook fireplace and original oak beams, is sited in an area awash with local attractions and can truly be described as “home from home”.
This Derbyshire holiday cottage sleeps 4 in a master double room and a twin room. The large first floor galleried bedroom has double bed wardrobe space and newly refurbished large family bathroom. All original oak beams have been retained. Do watch your head!! The twin room is on the second floor and enjoys spectacular views across the rooftops of the village to the rolling hills beyond.
The feature lounge comfortably seats four and enjoys a large Inglenook fire place with an open fire and original oak beams. A Flat screen TV, DVD player and Radio/CD player are supplied as well as a selection of DVD’s and CD’s. And just in case the weather is not favourable, there are some traditional board games and a selection of books to help while away the hours.
The characterful kitchen has oak flooring and a door which leads to the small cottage garden at the rear.
The cottage is fully centrally heated and we supply logs for the fire.
The cottage is equipped with all the little things that make your stay so much more comfortable. All linen, towels and toilet rolls are provided together with dishwasher and washing machine tablets.
For those who need to work or play, there is Superfast 20Meg Broadband delivered by Wifi throughout the cottage.
Parking is “on-street” immediately outside of the cottage. We cannot guarantee that there will always be a space available, however. Parking can otherwise be found within a couple of hundred metres usually and you can certainly get very close to the cottage front door for loading and unloading
* Due to open and steep stairs, the cottage is not recommended for toddlers. The infirm or elderly may find the stairs to the second floor difficult to manage.