Single holiday let sleeping up to 17 guestsThe Gables, set in 2 acres of gardens, offers accommodation for up to 17 guests and is found in the village of Peak Forest, near Buxton in the Peak District. The house was built in 1850 and has been extended and renovated to a very high standard offering excellent facilities.
On the ground floor there is a farmhouse style kitchen with triple oven range, microwave, two fridges, freezer and dishwasher and a utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer. There are also two large sitting rooms and a dining room all with open fires, so plenty of space for groups to spread out. The children will enjoy the separate television room, with full SKY+ including sports package and multi room and free WiFi.
There is also a separate television/reception room, which is ideal for children and an additional sixth bedroom and bathroom accommodating 3 more guests.
The first floor has a master bedroom with four poster bed, balcony and en-suite wet room and 4 other bedrooms offering beds for three people in each room. Two large family bathrooms complete this floor including a sauna and jacuzzi.
Ample parking, and large garage for bikes storage.
The Gables is is an excellent position to enjoy what the Peak District has to offer, being close to Chatsworth House, one of the most magnificent stately homes in Britain, and Haddon Hall, a fine example of a medieval manor house.
Castleton is a small village at the head of the Dove Valley where you can visit caves and the chance to buy the famous Blue John Stone jewellery. Nearby Bakewell is known as the ancient capital of the Peak District and has something for everyone. There are beautiful riverside walks, interesting historical buildings and an award winning new town centre.
For those who are looking for outdoor activities, walking, cycling, climbing, to mention just a few, are all on your doorstep. Don't forget a visit to Go Ape at Buxton, where the younger and fittest members of the group can tackle the high wires and zip wires! The house itself is located on the Pennine Bridleway.
The Devonshire Arms pub, in the village, is a popular stop for visitors and you may wish to visit the workshops of Peak Forest Furniture who are also located in the village.