Holiday Cottages in Hartington
Self Catering in Hartington
Beech and Birch Cottages |
Beech and Birch Cottages are two adjacent cottages, centrally located in the heart of the picturesque village of Hartington,making the cottages an ideal base from which to explore the Peak District National Park. The cottages are approximately 200 yards from the local village shops, Post Office and Inns. Beech Cottage sleeps 7 people in 3 bedrooms and was refurbished in 2008 . Birch Cottage was tastefully renovated in 2011 and sleeps 6 people comfortably, in 3 bedrooms, plus there is an additional pull out bed.
Hartington Cottages |
Three non-smoking and pet free stone self-catering (vacation rental) cottages, situated in my private courtyard in the picturesque market square of the highly regarded and superbly located Peak District village of Hartington, Derbyshire .
One 6 person holiday cottage, over 500 years old sleeps six in three bedrooms (each having its own en suite!) and the other two self catering cottages are one bedroomed sleeping 2/3.
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Cotterill Farm Cottages |
At Cotterill Farm we have five non-smoking and pet-free holiday cottages for rental as self-catering (vacation rental) accommodation, with late availability this month. Three cottages are for four person occupancy, one, a new barn conversion all on the ground floor is for three person occupancy and one, a particularly spacious one is for two person occupancy. One of the four person cottages has two double bedrooms, making it particularly suited for two couples.
Hartington is a popular village with tourists especially at weekends. It has its souvenir shops and tea-rooms. However it is also the focal point for the northern end of the limestone dales on the river Dove and there is a excellent network of footpaths centered on the village.
The former Hartington railway station, about a mile and half from the village itself, is now a picnic area with toilet facilities and an information centre, held in the former signal box which was retained after the National Parks Authority bought the Ashbourne to Buxton railway in 1968. The track itself was converted into what is known as the Tissington Trail, is popular with both walkers and cyclists.
Hartington is also a good starting point for walking along Beresford Dale, a beautiful place with its curiously formed cliffs and rocks. There are also several caves. For more information please see Hartington.
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