Description: About Orchard View Dogs-Welcome Cottage, Peak District National ParkA splendid 4 bedroom stone-built holiday farmhouse, situated in the picture-perfect village of Parwich which lies within the stunning landscape of the Peak District National Park.
With exposed wooden beams, charm and character, this is a very lovely holiday home where pets are welcome. The accommodation at this welcoming semi-detached farmhouse sleeps up to 9 and includes a cosy lounge with wooden beams and wood-burning stove, a snug where you can curl up with a book by the open fire, a large modern kitchen complete with dining area, plus a family bathroom, downstairs loo and four bedrooms. In terms of the bedrooms there is a romantic four-poster bedroom, a double with a comfortable king-size bed and en-suite shower room, one single bedroom and a family bedroom with three single beds and a pull-out stacker bed.
Outdoors there is a large enclosed garden, complete with patio area and garden furniture where you can relax and unwind. There is also a Wendy House for keeping younger visitors entertained.
This cottage is well located for visiting the Peak District National Park so will undoubtedly appeal to keen walkers and nature lovers with a passion for wildlife. The lovely Peak District town of Ashbourne is just 7 miles away whilst the local village pub is just 5 minutes walk away for those looking to enjoy a sociable tipple.
One dog is welcome at this pet friendly Derbyshire cottage. There is off road parking available for three cars. This self catering cottage is a great option for family self catering breaks or walking holidays.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2010
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Local Attractions near Parwich
The lovely old village of Parwich is surrounded by beautiful countryside and dates back to the Saxon times, although there is evidence of a Roman farm at Roystone Grange nearby. Parwich has a village green, public house and a church as well as a post offi