A holiday cottage in Aldwark in Derbyshire, self catering holidaysTHE OLD COACH HOUSE
Aldwark,
Grangemill,
Derbyshire

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Sleeps: 5 / 6 +cot.
Pets are welcome - check with the cottage owner when booking.
WiFi Bt-internet access.

Tripadvisor: 5 Stars (2016).


Low: £130 - £225 pw.
High: £270 - £499 pw.



For further details please contact:

Mr N.Smith
Tel: 01629 733114


 The two bedroomed cottage built around 1686 is well equipped and tastefully modernised.

Ground floor:  
  • On the Ground floor is a large dining/kitchen with automatic washing machine.
  • Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge and freezer.
  • The cosy lounge has an open fire/ log burner, and TV / Freeview.
  • Wooden beams, colour television, video and modern music centre.
First floor:  
  • One the first floor is one double bedroom, one with full size bunk beds which can be used as 2 singles. Freeview TV in bedroom.
  • The cottage sleeps 6 people but we also have a full size temporary bed for an extra person if needed, and double sofa bed in lounge.
  • A new fully equipped bathroom with shower over the bath is also on the first floor.
Services:  
  • The cottage has oil fired central heating throughout, at no extra cost.
  • We have ample parking spaces in the enclosed Coach House yard, surrounded by lawned gardens and a childrens play area and sand pit.
  • At the back of the cottage there is a private garden overlooking open fields including a two and a half acre paddock. Equipped with patio, barbecue and garden furniture.
  • Fresh milk, eggs, home-made bread and cakes are available as well as a warm welcome from Rosy who will meet you on your arrival with the door key.
  • WiFi Bt-internet access.
  • Pets are welcome, check with the cottage owner when booking.
How to get to The Old Coach House  
  • Leave the M1 at Junction 28 and take the A38.
  • Then take the A615 to Alfreton and then the A61 to Ripley.
  • Turn right onto the A610 towards Ambergate and then turn right onto the A6 and proceed to Cromford.
  • Turn left then after about 200 yards turn right onto the A5012.
  • Continue for about 5 miles to Grange Mill.
  • Turn left opposite the Hollybush Inn on the B5056.
  • After 100 yds turn right up the lane to Aldwark.
  • Keep to the left - the cottage is at the top of the village.
Tariff
The week runs from Saturday to Saturday arriving 2pm onwards and leaving by 10am unless previous arrangements have been made.
Short breaks and week-ends can also be booked in the Low Season only.
Prices will vary throughout the year depending on low season/high season/Bank Holidays, etc.

Places to Visit
The Old Coach House is set in the quiet picturesque village of Aldwark. The cottage is maintained to a high standard with the grading of 5 Stars on Tripadvisor (2016), and has been accepted by the Derbyshire Dales Accommodation Guide.

The Peak District offers many interesting places to visit. Matlock, Bakewell, Ashbourne and Buxton are only a short drive away.
Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, the new Peak Village at Rowsley, are all nearby in the Peak National Park.

Explore the local villages of Winster, Tissington, Castleton, Eyam.Matlock Bath with its Mining Museum and Crich Tramway Museum are worth visiting.

Carsington Water, Alton Towers and Gulliver's Kingdom are just a short drive away.

Mentioned here are just a few ideas for places to visit. Why not come along and discover the rest.
 



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THE OLD COACH HOUSE
Aldwark,
Grangemill,
Derbyshire

_________________

Sleeps: 5 / 6 +cot.
Pets are welcome - check with the cottage owner when booking.
WiFi Bt-internet access.

Tripadvisor: 5 Stars (2016).
★★★★★

Low: £130 - £225 pw.
High: £270 - £499 pw.


For further details please contact:

Mr N.Smith
Tel: 01629 733114

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The two bedroomed cottage built around 1686 is well equipped and tastefully modernised.

Ground floor:   First floor:  

Services:   How to get to The Old Coach House   Tariff
The week runs from Saturday to Saturday arriving 2pm onwards and leaving by 10am unless previous arrangements have been made.
Short breaks and week-ends can also be booked in the Low Season only.
Prices will vary throughout the year depending on low season/high season/Bank Holidays, etc.

Places to Visit
The Old Coach House is set in the quiet picturesque village of Aldwark. The cottage is maintained to a high standard with the grading of 5 Stars on Tripadvisor (2016), and has been accepted by the Derbyshire Dales Accommodation Guide.

The Peak District offers many interesting places to visit. Matlock, Bakewell, Ashbourne and Buxton are only a short drive away.
Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, the new Peak Village at Rowsley, are all nearby in the Peak National Park.

Explore the local villages of Winster, Tissington, Castleton, Eyam.Matlock Bath with its Mining Museum and Crich Tramway Museum are worth visiting.

Carsington Water, Alton Towers and Gulliver's Kingdom are just a short drive away.

Mentioned here are just a few ideas for places to visit. Why not come along and discover the rest.
 



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