Devonshire Cottage – Luxury Cottage in the Peak District
A luxurious, lovingly restored Derbyshire sandstone cottage, sleeping up to 4, which is perfect for exploring this beautiful part of the Peak District.
Complete with log fire, comfy sofa, oak beamed rooms, spacious dining room, crisp linen, sumptuous beds and private rear garden with dreamy views of Chatsworth Estate, beautiful local walks from the door, with many paths to explore spot the deer among the trees as you walk by the river to Chatsworth House.
Nestling in the Derwent Valley between the Moors and the River Derwent, Devonshire Cottage is located in a stunning setting. Beeley village is situated at the southern end of Chatsworth park and this unchanged village typifies times gone by.
Beeley is a picturesque chocolate box village, made up of local honey coloured sandstone cottages. In the square, only footsteps from the cottage, you can enjoy the delights of the renowned Devonshire Arms inn, stroll up the lane and you will discover “The Smithy”, village cafe.
A rounded walk from Beeley along the river to the magnificent Chatsworth House, set in beautiful parkland, attracts visitors from all over the world. Haddon Hall is a stones throw away dating back to both Medieval & Tudor architecture with fine gardens. If castles are your thing then Bolsover Castle, dominating the countryside from the hilltop, is well worth a visit.
The local village of ‘Ashford in the water’ is renowned for its beauty and charm. Parts of it date back to medieval times, including the Sheep-Wash Bridge.
Bakewell is a fascinating historical market town with many nooks and crannies to explore, with a large market every Monday and a Farmers Market every last Saturday in the month.
The Blue John Cavern, in the beautiful village of Castleton, is a 2000-year-old series of caverns the finest in Great Britain…definitely worth exploring!
“… had a lovely week at Devonshire Cottage. Marlene and her family were very welcoming and the cottage is beautifully presented and very clean! The location is perfect for many of the Peak District’s days out”