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Church Farm

Ref: der4691
Fritchley nr Belper, Derbyshire
Single Property

Contact: Denise Bacon

Church Street,
Derbyshire DE56 2FQ

Changeover days: Saturday
Open: All year

Short breaks available
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Number of properties: 1
Maximum group number: 8

Special offers

£450 Sat 3rd Mar to Sat 10th Mar   7 nights   Late Availability (ask us for discount code)
£450 Sat 10th Mar to Sat 17th Mar   7 nights   Late Availability (ask us for discount code)
Pets welcome
Children Welcome
No smoking
Internet Access
Pub within a mile and a half Pub Nearby

Single holiday let sleeping up to 8 guests

CHURCH FARM FRITCHLEY HOLIDAY COTTAGE – Enjoy a ‘Home from Home’ Countryside Holiday in this Charming Grade II Listed Farmhouse on the Edge of the Peak District. There is a large family garden & BBQ, and a long drive which can park several cars.

Church Farm Cottage is in the small village of Fritchley, which nestles amongst the rolling hills of Derbyshire. You will have the countryside right on your front doorstep, yet also be close to good transport networks from the M1 and to the Peak District. There are lots of interesting places and attractions to visit, rambling walks or adventure/sports activities, something for everyone.

Church Farm Fritchley, built with Derbyshire sandstone, has been refurbished to a high standard and offers a lovely blend of traditional features such as oak beams and polished floorboards, mixed with modern conveniences to provide a relaxing and comfortable base for exploring the many interesting and exciting places to visit, including the local walks within and around the old Fritchley village which dates back to at least Queen Elizabeth I reign when Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in the nearby Wingfield Manor. This pet friendly cottage offers a sanctuary to relax and unwind at the end of a busy, exciting day exploring the many local attractions. The cottage has Wi-Fi and a small computer to help guests when planning what to do and where to go.

Inside Church Farm Fritchley you will find plenty of space for everyone with a large open-plan lounge dining room including a large dining table to enjoy lazy breakfasts and relaxing dinners, TV and comfy sofa seating, a separate sitting room with ornamental fireplace, TV, DVD, and sofa-bed, a large kitchen with range cooker, dishwasher and all essentials as well as a view down the illuminated old stone well, utility room with American-style fridge-freezer and washer/dryer, cloakroom with WC, an ideal place for muddy boots! Upstairs are three luxury double bedrooms with amazingly comfy beds. One bedroom is en-suite and there is a large family bathroom with luxury roll top bath. The cottage sleeps 6-8 people with a cot, travel cot and highchair available if required. Outside there is a drive which will park several cars and a large lawned garden with a BBQ and outdoor seating for al-fresco dining with lovely views across the countryside.

Crich Tramway Village and Museum are in the next village, and Cromford with the industrial history of Sir Richard Arkwright’s Mill and Cromford Canal a Special Site of Scientific Interest (SSSI) for wildlife are close by. Experience the attractions and history of Matlock, Matlock Bath (& Gulliver’s’ Kingdom), and Denby Pottery Village which are within easy driving distance, with Kedleston Hall, Calke Abbey, Wirksworth National Stone Centre, Haddon Hall and Chatsworth House slightly further, but still within easy reach, as is the famous market town of Bakewell and the popular Spa town of Buxton: Famed for its spa water, Buxton is surrounded by magnificent scenery with a wide range of shops, stunning architecture, cafes and restaurants. Carsington Water offers water sports, cycle routes and bird hides for bird watching whilst walking round the reservoir.

The Peak District is possibly the most visited of all National Parks and provides a vast outdoor playground for a host of activities and adventures. As well as walking and cycling, climbing and caving are also popular pursuits, or alternatively soak up the scenery from a bird’s eye view and take a trip on a hot air balloon. For those seeking a rush of adrenaline, the mountain biking trails, Monsal Trail, Tissington Trail, and the Sherwood Pines in Sherwood Forest beckons.

There are plenty of local villages and towns, providing the Derbyshire rustic environment that many visitors come to enjoy, and many local attractions to suit all ages and interests. Explore on foot (or by car) the footpaths, lanes, and Peak District villages, finding some great pubs, tea rooms and restaurants whenever you are hungry.

PLEASE NOTE: We have a 2-night minimum stay period
SPECIAL OFFERS; Please contact us for discount voucher code if special offers listed

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