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Self Catering in Bakewell


Holiday Cottages in Bakewell

Self Catering in Bakewell

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Barn Cottage  in Bakewell - Four star Self Catering Holiday Cottage  in the Derbyshire Peak District   - Self Catering Holiday Accommodation

Barn Cottage    4 star rating for self catering accommodation

Barn Cottage is a beautiful detached barn conversion that has been awarded a 4 Star rating by the Visit Britain Quality in Tourism. It is full of charm and character and a perfect holiday destination for a discerning couple. Conveniently located in a quite back street close to the facilities of the charming Peak District market town of Bakewell. It is a pleasant five minute level stroll to the centre of town which offers excellent local amenities. It has vaulted ceilings with beams and modern facilites. There is private, off road parking, for one car on the owners courtyard in front of the cottage.
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Bolehill Farm Holiday Cottages

This charming collection of eight stone cottages sleeping from 2-5 is situated in a superb rural location in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Set in extensive grounds of open fields and woodland Bolehill Farm is a peaceful haven that enjoys magnificent views over Lathkill Dale and open countryside but is only 2 miles from the market town of Bakewell. The accommodation has been created from the sympathetic and tasteful conversion of the original farm buildings. The character of the original buildings has been preserved, with the accommodation having been decorated, furnished and equipped to a high standard. Some are on one level and are suitable for the less mobile.

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photo Coach House Self catering cottage at Monyash near Bakewell in the Derbyshire Peak District  - Derbyshire and Peak District Cottage Accommodation - Self catering accommodation

The Coach House    4 star rating for self catering accommodation

This stone built, former coach house will enchant its visitors with its lovely location just above the village mere, the perfect rural retreat in a memorable village close to Bakewell, the finest of towns in the Peak.

Graded 4-star by Visit Britain, it is centrally heated throughout and offers an elegant master bedroom with king-sized bed, a country-style twin room, a cheerful shower room, a generously equipped dining kitchen and a luxurious lounge with games table. There is off road parking for two cars, a large, private lawn plus patio with summer furniture and barbecue for al fresco dining.
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photo Merman Farm holiday cottage at Tideswell in the  Derbyshire Peak District  - Derbyshire and Peak District Cottage Accommodation - Self catering accommodation Merman Farm Holiday Cottage

Merman Farm Holiday Cottage is a traditional, stone built former farmhouse situated in a quiet location, a few minutes' walk from the centre of the village of Tideswell, one of the oldest settlements in the central Peak District.

Fully restored by the owner, Merman Farm offers quality accommodation of real character and charm and seamlessly combines many original features with modern design and home comforts. Sleeping up to 11 in 5 bedrooms, 3 ensuite, open fire and pet friendly.

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Bakewell in Derbyshire and the Peak District , is a beautiful, small, market town situated on the River Wye which is crossed by a 13th century 5 arched bridge still open to traffic. The bridge had been widened in the 19th century. Bakewell attracts many tourists both local and from abroad to the large town centre which is busy all year round with plenty of attractions including gardens, pubs, coffee shops, and numerous shops selling books, clothes and gifts. Local to Bakewell are many tranqul villages like Ashford in the Water as well as supurb walks including the ever popular Monsal dale.

The Rutland Arms Hotel has a literary connection in that Jane Austin is reputed to have stayed at the hotel whilst writing Pride and Predudice. Bakewell has been identified as Lambton. The famous Bakewell pudding was also invented accidentally at the Rutland Hotel, when a cook misinterpreted instructions and poured egg mixture over the jam instead of mixing it in the pastry and what should have been a tart was now a pudding. Bakewell puddings can be bought at several shops and coffee houses in the town centre. Read more at Bakewell Town Guide

There are plenty of places to stay in and around Bakewell including many cosy self catering holiday cottages often available to let on a weekend, mid week or full week basis.

For places to eat and drink in the Bakewell area see Bakewell Food and Drink





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