|Sleeps up to:||4 (2 bedrooms)|
|Nearest beach:||not nearby||Notes:||Pets allowed|
|The cottage offers a cosy lounge, which has a colour Television/video, Music Centre and living-flame Gas Fire. A relaxing snug which leads into a luxury appointed kitchen, with a Gas Oven and Hob, Microwave, Fridge Freezer, Food Mixer, Dishwasher and Washing Machine. Just off the Kitchen is a good size Dining room that leads out onto the secure patio area.
There are two double bedrooms, one offering a colour TV/Video and the other with an option of two single beds. Also upstairs is the luxury appointed Bathroom with Bath and separate Power Shower. There is a south facing Garden, with patio tables and chairs and a custom built brick Barbecue.
|Walks from the front door.
Hire a bike and ride one of the four converted rail tracks from the following centres.Middleton Top, Parsley Hey, Ashbourne and Waterhouses.
Day at Carsington Water
Walk the whole 10 miles of the footpath around Carrsington. Take in the stunning scenery and take a picnic as there are plenty of places to stop off and have a comfortable sit down and relax.
Cycle around the 10-mile footpath around Carsington. Bikes can be hired from
Hire a Windsurfer, learn to sail or do some Canoeing on Carsington Water
Spend a day at Chatsworth
Go to Chatsworth and discover there is more to see, more to do and more to enjoy than ever before. Take a tour round the grand house with its magnificent rooms. Take a walk round the 105-acre garden with the world famous waterworks. Visit the farmyard and adventure playground and a visit to the farm shops is a must as it sells the best British and estate produce.
Sir Richard Arkwright’s 1783 showpiece are the finest surviving and best-preserved example of an Arkwright mill.
Heights of Abraham
Discover the fun and activities for all ages. Take a trip on the Cable car. Visit Great Rutland Cavern, Great Masson Cavern, Victoria Prospect Tower, Top Station and Tree Top Centre all at the same centre
|How to get there|
From Buxton, follow signpost to Ashbourne (A515), continue along this road until you reach a Garage on the left at Newhaven. Take the turning on the left signposted to Matlock, B5012. Continue along this road passing through the Grangemill crossroads and take the next turning on the right after approximately two miles signposted to Wirksworth. Turn immediately left again up the B5023 and carry on through Middleton until you reach a T-junction, turn right and continue through to Wirksworth village, passing the Market Square.
|Activities near Wirksworth|
|30% deposit is required 7 days after booking by cheque or bank transfer. Balance is due 4 weeks prior to holiday.
Is provided on arrival, which includes Milk, Butter, Bread, Eggs, Preserves, Orange Juice, Cheese, Tea, Coffee and a Bottle of Wine. We also provide Soap, Toilet Rolls, Kitchen Roll, Salt and Pepper, Washing up Liquid and Washing Powder.
|The Northern England / Yorkshire region|
Wirksworth is one of the oldest towns of this area and still one of those with greatest character. Centred around its marketplace, where markets have been held since Edward I granted the right in 1306, it has many fine old buildings with picturesque alleys and craftsmen's yards.
The reason for the splendour of many of the buildings is Wirksworth's historical trade - it was the southern centre of the Derbyshire lead industry and the Soke and Wapentake of Wirksworth, as it was called, was one of the most productive mining areas.
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