Beech and Birch Cottages are centrally located in the heart of the picturesque village of Hartington,making the cottages an ideal base from which to explore the Peak District National Park. The cottages are approximately 200 yards from the local village shops, Post Office and Inns.
View from the garden
Beech and Birch Holiday Cottages
Beech Cottage sleeps 7 people in 3 bedrooms. Beech Cottage was refurbished in 2008. The cottage is fully heated throughout, with electric storage heaters in each bedroom and the living room. The kitchen and bathroom have underfloor heating and the living room also has an inviting coal/log fire. There is an unlimited supply of coal and logs, and all heating is included in the rental.
This cottage has been graded with 4 Stars by the AA.
Birch Cottage was tastefully renovated in 2011 and has a 4* grading from the AA. The cottage is fully heated throughout with oil central heating, the living room also has a welcoming wood burning stove. Birch Cottage sleeps 6 people comfortably, in 3 bedrooms, plus there is an additional pull out bed.
Each cottage has a lawned front garden, at the front, with table and chairs and BBQ. A private off road car parking space is available for one car at each property, with ample additional car parking available on the quiet adjacent road.
Duvets, linen and towels provided
Heating, power, coal and logs provided
Electric hob and oven
Flat screen colour TV with basic sky freesat
Cot and High Chair
Sorry No Pets
Non Smoking establishments
Hartington is an extremely popular village during the day, but reverts to a quiet village in the evening. Many people come just to park up as it is the start of many excellent walks, has three teashops, two pubs, a couple of gift shops, two grocers and newsagents, one with cash and lottery machines.
The village is famous for its duck pond and cheese shop where genuine Stilton cheese and other local cheeses are sold. There is also a fine Norman church.
The village has a youth hostel at Hartington Hall, which serves two major National Cycle Network routes, the Tissington Trail and the High Peak Trail, which meet at nearby Parsley Hay. These trails pass just under one mile to the east of the village, and offer 30 miles of off-road cycling and walking along old railway trackbeds through the Peak District National Park. Hartington signal box, on the site of the former Hartington railway station, and nearly two miles distant from the village, has been renovated and converted to a Visitor Centre.
For more information, photographs and a booking form please visit our website at www.beechcottage99.freeserve.co.uk or
Call Fred and Lesley on 01298 84532 with your requirements