Beautifully located in the small Derbyshire hamlet of Barlow, this stunning barn conversion provides an idyllic family retreat.
This beautiful detached barn conversion has been charmingly renovated, retaining and working with many original features where possible. Tastefully furnished to a very good standard throughout, the open-plan living and kitchen area with its stunning beamed vaulted ceiling creates a warm and cosy social environment. Located on the owners grounds, thoughtful additional extras can be provided at the owners discretion where possible making the full stay an extra special experience. These can include provision of a breakfast pack, special occasion pack, a cooked breakfast in the main house, or a cooked evening BBQ, which is available on request. Extra costs payable direct to the owner apply where food is provided, however the immaculately maintained gardens as shown to the public as part of Barlow Open Gardens can be dressed and lit at no extra cost. The property has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor because it consistently achieves outstanding traveller reviews!
It is conveniently located 115 steps away from a The Peacock at Barlow bar and restaurant offering the best views around, as well as just 80 steps away from The Hackney House Cafe and gift shop which serves a hearty breakfast, and is renowned in the area fror its home cooking. The Barn at Woodland View can be found in the small Derbyshire hamlet of Barlow. Most famous for its well dressings, the village uniquely has 3 wells, which the villagers decorate and round the occasion off with a carnival weekend.
On the edge of the Peak District National Park, the area is home to excellent walking and with a host of attractions available in the vicinity. The large market town of Chesterfield famous for its crooked spire is just 15 minutes away, and the magnificent historic houses of Chatsworth Estate and Haddon Hall are around 20 minutes. The ever popular Bakewell and Hathersage in the heart of the Hope Valley are also around 20 minutes and the beautiful honeypot village of Castleton and wonderfully historic plague village of Eyam are around half an hour. Matlock, with its cable car ride to the Heights of Abraham is also around 30 minutes, Edale, home to the start/finish of the Pennine Way and the spa town of Buxton can be reached in 45 minutes. Shop 2¼ miles, pub ¼ mile and restaurant ¾ mile.
All on ground floor: Living/dining room/compact kitchen with beams and vaulted ceiling. 2 double bedrooms, one (accessed via 4 steps) with additional single (for alternative sleeping). Shower room with toilet.
Gas woodburner in living room. Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot and high chair on request. Freeview TV. DVD. Sound system with surround sound. Induction hob. Combi microwave/oven/grill. Shared use of washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer in external utility room. Wi-fi. Barbecue available on request. Use of shared landscaped garden by arrangement with owner. Parking (1 car). No smoking. NB: 3 steps and pond in shared grounds.
The utility room in this property is shared with the owner. Use of the grounds with prior arrangement with the owner. There are sloping ceilings in the ground floor rooms. There is a pond and 3 steps in the garden. The gardens are open to the public 1 day per year.