This cosy 200-year old cottage overlooks the peaceful limestone village of Parwich in the Peak District National Park. Croft Cottage has been comfortably refurbished, whilst retaining many of its old features: a small wood-burning stove, beamed ceilings, mullioned windo
The location is very great between Ashbourne and Matlock. We really enjoyed a walk around Ilam and dovedale.
The cottage itself is lovely, everything you need if you want to stay in and cook for you… More
Thank you for a great review. I am really pleased to hear that you enjoyed yourselves. I hope to welcome you back one day!
One of the oldest cottages in Parwich built in limestone and containing many exposed beams. The cottage is located in a prime position on a quiet lane very close to the centre of the village just a few minutes stroll to the Sycamore Pub and Shop.Farm View Cottage was
Beautiful little place, stunning views lovery feel to the cottage only downfall was the log burner wouldn't go properly think it needs a new door seal but apart from that everything was perfect wishou… More
Thanks very much for your review and really pleased that you enjoyed the cottage. Sorry about the log burner as the cottage is so cosy when it is working well. We are surprised if there is a problem with the door seal as the stove was serviced only 4 weeks ago. Perhaps the door needs adjustment which is very easy. We shall get it checked.
“wonderful character cottage in great location”
Reviewed 7 Feb 2017
cottage was everything we'd hoped for very old but with modern amenities especially the 5* bathroom.First log burner we've managed to keep alight was so easy work. Loved sitting in the lounge with a r… More
Thanks for your review and so pleased that you enjoyed Parwich
We are spending a month in the Caribbean but your review almost makes us homesick!!
Reviewed 9 Nov 2016
Great cottage in a quiet village,def need a car to get ariund though,great facilities in cottage,loved new bathroom even if it was far from bedroom… More
Thanks for your review and pleased that you enjoyed the cottage.
The Old Smithy is our beautiful holiday home which we are letting out for a small number of weeks when we are unable to be there ourselves. This detached cottage is situated in the quintessential english village of Parwich, Ashbourne. This beautiful village boasts stone
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