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From only £327 - £518 per week

Farm View , Parwich

A peaceful holiday hideaway in the lovely village of Parwich with its great local pub.

Sleeps: 2 (1 bedroom) | Change over day: Friday

Farm View is a delightful holiday hideaway in the picturesque village of Parwich in the Peak District National Park and close to the historic market town of Ashbourne. Dating from the 1600s it's a super little cottage providing really attractive accommodation with comfortable sofa and chairs, bespoke kitchen, king-size double bed and even a crackling open fire and glowing log burning stove.

Get up early and explore the sleepy little village with its jumbles of attractive cottages, the stream splashing through the beautiful Green, the Sycamore pub with its real ale and good food, and even the village shop if you are short of things for breakfast. Lots of beautiful countryside walks are close by as well as the Tissington and High Peak Trails. But save a day to visit historic Ashbourne!

Ashbourne with its lovely market square, fine selection of shops, great restaurants and lots of pubs is absolutely brilliant. Just beyond you will find Derbyshire's magnificent range of attractions from Chatsworth House, Carsington Water, Castleton's caverns and Bolsover's castle to the National Tramway Museum and the Dambuster Dams. End each day with a glass of wine on the cottage patio or snuggled up by its crackling open fire.

Cottage facilities.

A small entrance porch with storage for boots. A cosy, beamed lounge with comfortable sofa and chairs, crackling open fire in the traditional fireplace, flat screen T.V/ DVD and Wi Fi. A well fitted dining kitchen with slate floor, bespoke wooden units, pine table and chairs, cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, automatic washer and glowing log burning stove. An attractive, vaulted double bedroom with king-size bed, mellow pine furniture and en-suite W.C. A downstairs bathroom with double ended bath, separate wet room shower, under floor heating.and W.C. 

Linen and towels are provided. Storage heating, power and fuel for the stove and fire are included. A cot and high chair can be requested. There is a small patio with furniture. Parking is on the very quiet lane right outside the cottage. Two cycles are available for use by holidaymakers. A small pet is allowed by arrangement. Smoking is not permitted. Access for people with disabilities may be difficult due to there being two flights of stairs. 

Bookings are normally Friday to Friday but short breaks are available throughout the year excluding Xmas and New Year.

Nearest pub  -  Parwich  300 yds.  Nearest village shop  -  Parwich  300 yds.  Nearest supermarket  -  Ashbourne  7 miles.

Summary of cottage facilities

  • High Chair
  • Cot
  • Bath
  • Shower
  • Parking
  • Wi-Fi
  • Washing Machine
  • Freezer
  • Close to a Pub
  • Village Location
  • Pets welcome
  • Log Stove/Open Fire
  • Good for Walking

Visitor's Comments

"Cottage was ideal for the 2 of us and our dog Meggy. Ideal location to explore the Peak District. Well equipped, excellent modern bathroom and a very comfy bed."

Written by Ray,Telford, 29th September 2017

"Farm View cottage is perfect for a short break in the Peak District. It has a very well appointed bathroom, a large kitchen, a comfortable lounge and a large bedroom. It is an easy drive to Dovedale, Chatsworth, Bakewell and Haddon Hall. It is a short walk to the local pub for good food and you can also drive to nearby towns for a good selection of restaurants. We particularly liked The Saracens Head in Shirley"

Written by David,High Wycombe, 28th August 2017

"We had a lovely week in this cosy cottage. The village itself is beautiful, the local pub is friendly and serves a good roast, and there are some lovely walks from the cottage doorstep. The cottage itself is very cute, clean and well equipped. We hope to return soon."

Written by Clare,Brighton, 22nd July 2017

"This has been a great place to stay.we had about 3 weeks relaxing, walking,biking and of course the local pub. Locals are friendly and helpfull. Nice quite area away from the traffic. Cottage had all the facilities required with the most amazing bathroom. Well worth a visit. Going back next year. Thank you to Peter and family and joe."

Written by Terry and Sue,Australia, 14th May 2017

"An idyllic, peaceful little cottage in the quiet village of Parwich. We stayed for a short 3 night break and thoroughly enjoyed our time at the cottage. Amazing organisation on behalf of the owners who had the cottage spotless, and welcomed us with cookies, fresh cleaning products and a heaped basket of logs and coal ready for the two fires. We adored the layout of the cottage and the sky lights in the attic bedroom. The new bathroom was stunning and the other rooms had been made cosy and friendly. We also used the bikes in the shed, one had a slightly flat tyre but all supplies were available in the shed. We visited Ashbourne, Bakewell and Casington Water during our visit all within a short driving distance. We would definitely revisit, possibly in a warmer season! Thank you so much x"

Written by Michelle, 21st February 2017

"We arrived the day after our wedding for our honeymoon absolutely shattered what a weekend, the cottage was a sight for sore eyes, idyllic. We parked up in front of the property unloaded ourselves and the dog and went inside. Wow so beautiful, full of character, we had a quick look around and fell in love, everything was the country escape we were hoping for. The bathroom took us aback finished to a modern high spec everything in pristine, perfect working order and tucked away too so as not to interfere with the feel of the cottage. Loved the indulgence of the bathroom. We didn't even need to unpack our bags in a hurry which was wonderful, as tea, coffee, milk, biscuits, both the wood burner (kitchen) and open fire (lounge) prepped just needing a match striking and relax. The fuel is plentiful and very generously provided (stayed in many properties where you source your own) the storage heaters keep everything ticking over nicely. The kitchen is so well equipped I didn't find a problem preparing any meals. The lounge on the first floor is spacious and a wonderful place to unwind after a day exploring with a good selection of books & games. Must stop falling asleep on that lovely couch!! The bedroom on the second floor was always warm which is very nice for bedtime and a nice touch was the presence of a dual control electric blanket. The village itself is extremely pretty and relaxing and the locals are also very welcoming. The little touches in this cottage made us feel so welcome and the comms with the owners and Jo the manager are fantastic. I'd highly recommend this cottage, its like chicken soup for the soul."

Written by , 05th April 2016

"We had three nights in this wonderful little cottage in the quiet village of Parwich. The very efficient wood burner in the kitchen gives the place a cosy feel and there are plenty of logs provided free of charge. It has a modern bathroom with both bath and separate wet room type shower which is great after a day's walking. Unfortunately the bedroom is two floors up, so for those of a certain age you will need to drink more wine than beer to avoid a doddering nocturnal visit. The bed was very comfortable and the lounge also very pleasant with a coal fire which we did light one evening. A young lad brought us a pint of milk when we arrived which was a lovely touch and we were warmly welcomed in the British Legion Club by the friendly locals to watch the Rugby International. Although the fixtures and fittings were fairly old, everything was clean and worked really well and there were plenty of crockery and pots and pans. There were lots of history books and maps of the area to plan walks and visits and it was obviously dog friendly but not a sniff of previous dodgy smells. We have done a few trips of a similar nature and if you want a get away from it all property I could not find fault with Farm View. Highly recommended."

Written by , 28th February 2016

"We loved Farm View Cottage, it was an ideal base for us to explore the surrounding areas, we particularly liked Bakewell and Matlock. The cottage itself is very inviting, with a log burner in the kitchen which made it a lovely room to cook and eat meals in. The bathroom and especially the wet room style shower were impressive and added a modern touch to the cottage. The living room on the first floor was very cosy and Phil made it his job to battle with the open fire everyday. We noticed that the TV kept turning itself off every 10 minutes or so, not sure if this is a fault or if we were doing something wrong?!? The bedroom was spacious, with everything we needed, it did get a little chilly up there at night but we used the little heater to warm the room up. The cottage was very homely and well equipped and furnished. We would love to visit again in the warmer months and do some more exploring! Thank you for letting us stay in your lovely cottage. It's been great!"

Written by Amy, Phil and Lenny the pug, 17th February 2016

"I instantly fell in love with the cottage as soon as I opened the door. While not to everyone's tastes, I loved the open fire in the living room and the general character of the cottage itself. My only negative was that the bedroom was cold at nights, so we ended up taking the small heater from the living room upstairs. The village itself is very quiet and relaxed, so if you're looking to escape urban life for a small time, this is ideal. My girlfriend and I explored areas including Bakewell, Buxton, Dovedale, Tissington and Ashbourne. Ashbourne was of particular highlight, as the very friendly shop owner for equatorial told us of a few great walks we could embark upon. My girlfriend brought her Spaniel and came to realise Bakewell isn't just dog friendly, but a village full of dog lovers. So in summary, if you want a quiet, peaceful holiday with plenty of local tourist spots, great walks and amazing views, I really can't recommend this enough."

Written by , 23rd January 2016

"This was the perfect escape from the chaos of London. We loved the location and the tranquility of the location. The cottage is lovely and well looked after with everything needed for a break. We stayed for a week and were very sad to leave. During our stay we visited Tissington, Hartington, Bakewell, Matlock, Ashbourne, Buxton, Wensleydale, and one of my faves Lumsdale Falls. Despite the weather being a bit ferocious at times we found drying out in front of the log burner a joy. Would definitely recommend and make a return visit at some point"

Written by , 04th January 2016

"Had a fantastic Christmas in your lovely cottage and thanks for all the little extra touches. Weather over Christmas was very wet . Made it all the more cosy with the fire and log burner. Perfect cottage in the perfect village . Locals very friendly , and the village beautiful"

Written by Paul and Sabre, 22nd December 2015

"Lovely cosy cottage , weather was awful but we managed to get out with the dogs and explore the beautiful village. Just what we wanted, a warm relaxing break."

Written by Lorraine and Ade, 13th November 2015

"Cant believe our luck finding this cottage. Such a beautiful place ; we instantly felt at home The cottage has great facilities and often we chose to cook next to the log burning stove. After days spent visiting Towns and walking, we were so glad to come back to such a cosy little cottage. Will be recommending the cottage to family and friends and we shall be back soon."

Written by Jack and Joche, Sutton Coldfield, 23rd October 2015

"Had a fab birthday whilst staying in this beautiful cottage. Villagers are so friendly and walks in all directions to take our dog. Even saw 29 hot air balloons going over the cottage, what a sight!! We loved the fires and made good use of them"

Written by Julia and Andy, 16th October 2015

"Lovely cosy cottage , stunning Village. Just what we needed. Plenty of walks for the dogs and great weather. Used the bikes on the Tissington trail and round Carsington Reservoir. Loved the open fire on the evenings. Thanks for a lovely stay"

Written by Kevin and Tina, Bradford, 18th September 2015

"Enjoyed a weeks stay in this excellent cottage, it was everything we expected and more! There are footpaths in the village taking one in all directions, the walk to Tissington with tea and cake at the tea –rooms should not be missed. The locals are very friendly and are rightfully proud of their wonderful village. We were invited to play bowls at the crown green just 200 yards from the cottage and supported the local team on match days!!"

Written by Ken and Joyce, Chester, 17th July 2015

"Had a great week at your lovely cottage with our dog Poppy. Enjoyed great walks to Ilam and Tissington. Had really relaxing week in your cosy cottage. Fantastic! A true holiday. Great local Pub and friendly locals made the whole trip great."

Written by Tony and Kim, Norfolk, 12th June 2015

"Just a delightful village. I joined the St. Georges Day Parade and the villagers were so very welcoming and friendly. Wonderful walks locally just from the door. Cottage well equipped cosy and warm. Must come again soon."

Written by Alma, Maidenhead., 17th April 2015

"Fantastic cottage . Thank you so much for letting us stay. Bathroom is gorgeous and the kitchen so well equipped and we adored sitting by the log burning stove. Very helpful booklets and maps ensured that we didn’t get lost on our walks."

Written by Louise and Stuart, 13th March 2015

"A wonderful stay in a stunning cottage , Bathroom lovely and really enjoyed the open fires after a hard days walking in the snow."

Written by Julie and James, Shropshire., 02nd January 2015