About Old Coach House
2 bedroom family-friendly and pet-friendly Peak District cottage with children's play facilitiesLooking to holiday in the unspoilt scenery of the Peak District National Park? Whether you're looking to holiday with friends or family, the welcoming Old Coach House in the village of Aldwark near Matlock could be the ideal place to stay.
Stone built, with its own private garden and idyllic setting next to fields and farmlands, this rural retreat is the ideal place to relax and unwind in a fantastic setting within the Peak District National Park. Whether you love walking, hiking, photography or visiting quaint villages and market towns, the Peak District is one of England's most popular holiday destinations and with good reason too!
The kids should love it as well as within the garden is a children's play area with swings and sand pit, sure to keep younger guests entertained!
Dog-Friendly Peak District Cottage Sleeping up to 6 plus CotThis welcoming holiday cottage sleeps up to 6 plus cot, and with exposed wooden beams and feature stone walls offers plenty of charm and character.
On the ground floor of the property there is a cosy lounge with double sofa bed, plus warming open fire along with a Freeview TV, plus a roomy kitchen/diner with electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dryer.
Upstairs are the two comfortable bedrooms; one double bedroom and one bedroom with bunk beds - the bunk beds can be converted to two single beds. An additional fold-up bed is available on request if required. There is a family bathroom with shower over bath and WC.
The private gardens at this property are a real treat and look out to neighbouring fields. Sit out on the outdoor furniture and soak up the fantastic views and setting.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2017
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Near Matlock, Wirksworth, Bakewell, Ashbourne and Buxton.
Chatsworth House and Gardens. Haddon Hall. Gulliver's Kingdom Theme Park. Chrich Tramways. Matlock Bath. Cromfords Cotton Mills. Blue john caverns. Bakewell puddings. Alton towers theme park. Chesterfield crooked Spire. Eyam
Recommended Places to Visit: Alton Towers for thrills and spills, Gulliver's Kingdom family attraction, Crich Tramway Museum for that wander down memory lane, Chatsworth House - a place for afternoon tea and hob nobbing in the Peak District National Park, Matlock Bath, Haddon Hall
Annual Events: Ashbourne Shrove tide football.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: All nearby villages have excellent pub grub.
Local Sports: Carsington Water, for water activities .