Derbyshire self catering holidays: Croft Cottage, ParwichCROFT COTTAGE
Parwich,
Near Ashbourne,
Derbyshire,
Peak District National Park

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Sleeps: 3 +cot
Pets welcome.

ETC: 4 Stars.


Low Season: £252 - £320 pw.
High Season: £320 - £448 pw.

Short breaks (available during Low Season):
£174 (3 nights) + £56 (for each additional night).

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For further details please contact:

Saskia Tallis,
The Croft, Creamery Lane,
Parwich, Nr Ashbourne,
Derbyshire DE6 1QB

Tel: 01335 390440
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
4 Oct, 11 Oct, 1 Nov


A 200-year-old south-facing cottage overlooking the village of Parwich in the Peak District National Park.

Croft Cottage retains a wealth of old world charm with beamed ceilings. The cottage is situated up a short driveway from a quiet lane with panoramic views across the valley. There is a sheltered garden with garden furniture and vegetable plot. A meadow lies behind the cottage.

The limestone village of
Parwich is quiet and secluded; it has a village pub with small shop. Excellent walking, cycling and sightseeing in the area or simply relax in the peaceful surroundings.

The market towns of Ashbourne, Bakewell and Buxton are nearby. Parwich is ideally located for Carsington Water, Dovedale and the Manifold Valley, the Tissington and High Peak Trails as well as for Alton Towers.

ACCOMMODATION:

Ground floor:
Well-equipped kitchen with electric cooker, fridge freezer, washing machine and microwave. Dining area and spacious lounge with open fire, colour television, DVD and video. WiFi. Bathroom with bath/shower and WC. Travel cot and high chair available.

First floor:
A large and small bedroom with a king-size and single bed respectively.

Tariff includes:
Linen, towels, electricity and logs for open fire. Heating by storage heaters.

Short breaks are available during the Low Season, please enquire for price. More information can be found on the Croft Cottage website (click on link above).
 
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
4 Oct, 11 Oct, 1 Nov



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 CROFT COTTAGE
Parwich,
Near Ashbourne,
Derbyshire,
Peak District National Park

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Sleeps: 3 +cot
Pets welcome.

ETC: 4 Stars.
★★★★

Low Season: £252 - £320 pw.
High Season: £320 - £448 pw.

Short breaks (available during Low Season):
£174 (3 nights) + £56 (for each additional night).

______________________

For further details please contact:

Saskia Tallis,
The Croft, Creamery Lane,
Parwich, Nr Ashbourne,
Derbyshire DE6 1QB

Tel: 01335 390440
Last minute vacancies during weeks:
4 Oct, 11 Oct, 1 Nov
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A 200-year-old south-facing cottage overlooking the village of Parwich in the Peak District National Park.

Croft Cottage retains a wealth of old world charm with beamed ceilings. The cottage is situated up a short driveway from a quiet lane with panoramic views across the valley. There is a sheltered garden with garden furniture and vegetable plot. A meadow lies behind the cottage.

The limestone village of
Parwich is quiet and secluded; it has a village pub with small shop. Excellent walking, cycling and sightseeing in the area or simply relax in the peaceful surroundings.

The market towns of Ashbourne, Bakewell and Buxton are nearby. Parwich is ideally located for Carsington Water, Dovedale and the Manifold Valley, the Tissington and High Peak Trails as well as for Alton Towers.

ACCOMMODATION:

Ground floor:
Well-equipped kitchen with electric cooker, fridge freezer, washing machine and microwave. Dining area and spacious lounge with open fire, colour television, DVD and video. WiFi. Bathroom with bath/shower and WC. Travel cot and high chair available.

First floor:
A large and small bedroom with a king-size and single bed respectively.

Tariff includes:
Linen, towels, electricity and logs for open fire. Heating by storage heaters.

Short breaks are available during the Low Season, please enquire for price. More information can be found on the Croft Cottage website (click on link above).
 



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