Luxurious single storey holiday cottage near Buxton
Audrey’s is a luxurious award winning detached, self contained luxury property with pristine accommodation on the ground floor. The property is situated less than a mile north of the spa town of Buxton famous for its water and Opera House, in the heart of the beautiful Peak District. It sits within its own private gardens and has open views across the local 18 hole golf course towards Buxton and over the farmland at Barms Farm. Centrally located, not at all remote, it is ideal for visiting all Derbyshire attractions and yet is only a short drive away from the Buxton Opera House and the shopping facilities and restaurants in Buxton. The area is a walkers haven and for the golfing enthusiast has six golf courses within a 12 mile radius. Audrey’s at Barms Farm offers a quality experience, most appreciated by those who require spacious accommodation of a high standard, where quality fixtures and fittings have been positioned with thought and consideration for the users and where there has been much attention to detail in a quest to strive for guest comfort and satisfaction.
Summary of desirable features in this luxury Derbyshire property
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2015
The main entrance to the living accommodation is via the bright and airy oak floored entrance hall. Off the hall are two large double bedrooms with very comfortable five foot wide beds, plump pillows and duvets, quality bed linen, ceiling mounted paddle fans, ample storage and spacious en-suite facilities of exceptional quality. Audrey’s identical en-suites have long, extra deep baths in which you can relax those tired muscles after exploring the peaks and dales at the end of the day. In contrast, the separate shower cubicles will invigorate you at the start of the day. You will find the illuminated vanity units with deep basins and lots of storage for your toiletries very useful and will welcome the underfloor heating and our thick towels on the towel warmers during the cooler months of the year. The south facing spacious lounge with gas living flame fire set within a Derbyshire stone fireplace is accessed off the hall and is a pleasant room for relaxation. There are numerous digital television and music channels available on the 40" Sony flatscreen television situated in the lounge plus an assortment of dvds and videos.
Audrey’s well equipped dining kitchen with underfloor heating includes Neff electric oven and ceramic hob, dishwasher, larder fridge and microwave. It has a small breakfast bar plus a dining area with table and seating for four, adjacent to French doors opening onto the garden. The washing machine is accommodated in the utility room from where doors lead to the cloakroom, a rear door and patio area and to the integral storage/drying area, which has ample drying, chest freezer and a spacious storage area for bikes, walking boots and equipment. Audrey’s is only let to a maximum of four non smoking adults. Audreys does not cater for children or pets (as much as we dearly love them).
Please visit http://www.selfcateringbuxton.co.uk to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Derbyshire.
A 25% deposit and a completed Booking Form is required to confirm a booking. The balance is required not less than 42 days prior to arrival at Audreys at Barms Farm
Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Bakewell, Blue John Caverns at Castleton, The Potteries Stafforshire, Buxton Opera House, Buxton Pavilion Gardens, Pooles Cavern, The Chestnut Centre Owl & Otter Sanctuary. Peak Practice Golf Driving Range
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Buxton - l mile
Recommended Places to Visit: Alton Towers, Carsington Water, Lyme Park, Chatsworth House, Bakewell, Eyam Plague Village, Castleton
Annual Events: Buxton Festival in July, Bakewell Show in August, Hope Show - August Bank Holiday, Wells Dressings all through the summer. Chatsworth Country Fair end of August/beginning Sept Hayfield Sheepdog Trials Mid September
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Simply Thai in Buxton, Columbine Buxton, Coco's in Chapel-en-le-Frith, Hassop Hall in Great Longstone, The Church Inn at Chelmorten, The Beehive at Combs, St.Moritz in Buxton, Barbarellas in Buxton, The Knights Table just out of Buxton.
Local Sports: Golfing, horse riding, climbing, hang gliding
Buxton is famous for its bottled water. It has a wealth of architecture steeped in history. Well known for its Crescent, The Buxton Opera House, The Pavilion Gardens and Dome. A market town 1200 feet above sea level with lots of shops, bars and restaurants. Centrally located in the heart of The Peak District with all its tourist attractions and numerous scenic and varied walks.