Single holiday let sleeping up to 13 guests in total
Sleeps 4 & 9 (13+1+ cots)
Holestone Moor Barns 5* Gold Luxury Holiday Cottages 2 converted Barns sleeping (4 & 9 ) (13 + 2 travel cots ) in total in 7 bedrooms, we are situated in the wonderful Derbyshire countryside, alongside the Peak District National Park, In a rural area, midway between Matlock & Ashover, just 4 miles from each. 20 minutes drive from M1.
Holestone Moor Barns can accept flexible holiday requirements from large and small parties. While The Stables sleeps 4 people and travel cot in 2 bedrooms with shared bathroom and is ideal for family getaways, The Barn is a larger and more versatile property that sleeps 9 people and travel cot in 5 bedrooms all with en-suits and one ground floor bedroom with wet room and wheel in shower for the less able, excellent for large parties and occasions. Though tastefully refurbished, Holestone Moor Barns have much of their original charm intact, such as oak beams, an apex ceiling and a stone fireplace, whilst being complete with modern equipment and entertainments. The barns are made convenient for wheelchair users and service users will find a selection of local produce can easily be sourced. Graded 5* Gold Fully inclusive prices Log burning stove Visit and collect our hens eggs. We aim to provide as much as we can, so that you only need to bring your food, yourselves and your own personal requirements. We can offer excellent caterers who will provide you with a superb in house dining experience too, with Free WiFi wireless internet access.
Beauty Treatments by My Personal Sanctuary delivers first class therapists direct to you at Holestone Moor Barns They literally bring the Spa to You! Their service is ideal if you are planning a party or special occasion for friends or a loved one.
Out and about at Holestone Moor Barns: almost 6 acres of grounds to explore including woodland, meadow, wildlife pond and garden area with picnic tables & barbecues. Well equipped games room, outdoor play area with climbing frame.
Because of our proximity to our neighbour’s working dairy farm we regret that we are unable to accept pets
Nearest Shops- We have 3 farm shops/cafe under 1 mile and Ashover (4miles) Butcher, Post Office, Matlock (4 miles) most things available as well as Sainsburys & Co-op supermarkets. Chesterfield 8 miles.
Derbyshire and the Peak District
Derbyshire and the Peak District often mean much the same thing in peoples minds – a beautiful area, a place for relaxing holidays and happy days out. Below you'll find lots of information and links for the area, and whilst not exhaustive we think it lists something for everyone!
Tourist Attractions: Nearby is the famous Chatsworth House which is only a fifteen minute drive away. Spend a day or two at the stunning Carsington Water which offers many sporting activities including Sailing, Windsurfing and Canoeing and you can even hire a bike and cycle the ten mile circular route of the reservoir. Also on the door step is The Heights of Abraham which has a Caverns and Hill top park with wonderful woodland walks and the famous Cable Car which rise from the valley floor, the observation cars transport you in comfort and safety and allow stunning views of the Derwent Valley and surrounding Peak District.
Sporting Activities: Cycling trails abound from the doorstep of Holestone Moor Barns.The recently opened Monsal Trail with excellent café and cycle hire centre is a must do for all ages - electric bikes and all sorts of child accessories available! For Golf lovers, Matlock Golf Club Established in 1906 on the undulating moorland above the town of Matlock, the eastern gateway to the Peak District National Park, our Club offers a challenging 18-hole par 70 course of just over 5,800 yards (yellow tees) with spectacular views across the Derwent Valley and unrivalled practice facilities, including a 10 bay covered and floodlit driving range. If you fancy a bit of Horse Riding visit Haddon Hall Stables which specialises in hacking out for adults who are competent riders, capable of riding across open country at all paces. Children’s riding available locally too.
Places to eat, recommended by previous guests.... and for those of you who use Sat.Nav., we’ve included street names and post codes.
THE CRISPIN INN, CHURCH STREET, ASHOVER, S45 0AB
01246 590911 ....10-15 MINS BY CAR
Bar meals & Restaurant
NOTES - Booking advisable. One of our guests favourites for a special meal. Lovely old fashioned pub with restaurant. Meals are very good, slightly on the more expensive side, but lots of unusual things, and good vegetarian options. Tends to be large portions.
DIRECTIONS - Turn left out of the track. Follow road to the T junction (mind the sharp left bend). Turn right. Go all the way down the hill, into Kelstedge, and turn right just after the Kelstedge Inn. Follow this road, being careful when you get to the bottom of the hill, as there's only room for one car on the bridge. Take first left after a chapel/house. Turn right at T junction. Follow road past Post office, round bend to right (Black Swan on left). Crispin Inn is on your right. Parking in front of pub & behind, or on roadside opposite.
THE TAVERN at TANSLEY, Nottingham Rd, Tansley, DE4 5FR www.tavernattansley.co.uk
01629 57735 ....5 mins by car
Bar meals & Restaurant
NOTES - Booking advisable, Mixed reports, but seems to be improving lately.
DIRECTIONS - Right out of the track. Right at crossroads. Right at next junction. Follow road down to Tansley. The Tavern is the first pub you come to, on the right. Car-park is on the left, opposite the pub.
STONES, 1c Dale Rd, Matlock, DE4 3LT
01629 560 61 ....10 mins by car
NOTES - Booking advisable. Down lots of steps so not suitable for the less able. No car park of its own – need to park in public carpark. Prices on the high side but worth it for a special occasion. One of our personal favourites.
DIRECTIONS – Make your way to Matlock. At the roundabout take the A6 towards Bakewell. At next roundabout, turn left. Stay in left lane at traffic lights. Car park is next right turn. Walk past bus station towards bridge over river. Cross road, Stones is facing you, down some steps next to Optician.
THE OLD POETS CORNER, Butts Rd, Ashover, S45 0EW
01246 290 888.... 10/15 mins by car
Bar food & restaurant
NOTES - Real fire in the bar in winter. Good bar meals. Restaurant is good though can get a little cramped when busy. Has its own micro-brewery! Medium price range. Very small car park, but parking on the road.
DIRECTIONS - Turn left out of the track. Follow road to the T junction (mind the sharp left bend). Turn right. Go all the way down the hill, into Kelstedge, and turn right just after the Kelstedge Inn. Follow this road, being careful when you get to the bottom of the hill, as there's only room for one car on the bridge. Keep on going through the village, but please beware, this is a very narrow road. You will come to a junction where the road to the left is called Church Street. The Old Poet’s Corner is on the right immediately opposite the end of Church Street, on a very sharp bend to the right. The car park is immediately after the pub, on the right. Mind you don't go down the bridleway!
Two 200-year old farm buildings have had a makeover, emerging as beauties. You can book The Stables alone which sleep 4 and cot or The Barn alone, which sleeps 9 or like many guests hire both cottages together which we call The Steadings, sleeping up to 13 people and 2 cots, perfect for celebrations.
£1372 to Christmas/New year £3,596