The Nook is utterly wonderful!!! It just oozes quality with a luxurious lounge, spacious dining room, lovely fitted kitchen and three beautiful bedrooms with ultra modern en-suite bath and shower rooms. Add its wonderful decoration and drapes, crisp linen and even a glowing stove and this has got to be one of the best country cottages in the Peak District.
The picturesque village of Beeley on the edge of the Chatsworth is just as good. Wander down to the little cafe for breakfast. Play ducks and drakes in the village stream. Spot the deer among the trees as you walk by the river to find Chatsworth House and gardens. Get back for a super meal in the Devonshire Arms just down the lane from the cottage.
Chatsworth, Haddon Hall, Bakewell, Matlock Bath and all Derbyshire's amazing range of other attractions are within easy reach. When you are out and about grab a really great picnic from the Bakewell Deli. Treat yourselves to a gift from nearby Cauldwell's Mill craft centre. Hire a bike to explore the newly opened tunnels and fantastic scenery along the Monsal Trail. The last glass of wine has got to be on the cottage patio under a canopy of stars.
An entrance porch with lots of room for boots and bikes. A luxurious lounge with quality furniture, glowing coal effect gas stove, flat screen T.V., DVD, Freesat and Wi Fi. A dining room with substantial table and chairs. A beautifully fitted kitchen with hob, oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. A utility room with automatic washer and tumble-dryer. A superb double bedroom with super king size bed, lovely linen and drapes and a classy en-suite bathroom with bath/shower over and W.C. A second double bedroom of the same high standard with queen size bed and en-suite shower room with shower and W.C. A further double bedroom with en-suite shower room with shower and W.C. A downstairs cloak room with W.C.
Linen and towels are provided. Central and under floor heating, fuel and power are included. There is a cottage garden and sunny patio with furniture. Parking for two cars is available together with lots of other spaces on the quiet lanes in the village. Pets and smoking are not permitted. The cottage is not suitable for babies and toddlers. Access for people with disabilities may be difficult.
Short breaks are not available in this cottage.
Nearest pub - Beeley 150 yds. Nearest village shop - Beeley 100 yds. Nearest supermarket - Bakewell 4 miles.
"Another wonderful holiday at this super cottage. Recommend the Old Smithy..."
Written by Mrs JD, Newcastle, 10th October 2016
"Beautiful cottage, beautiful county. Home from home. Thank you."
Written by Sussex girls, 24th September 2016
"The Nook really is the perfect place to stay. Thank you so much for everything. We'd love to come again."
Written by Mrs AJ, Guildford, 10th September 2016
"Excellent stay, super presentation."
Written by Mrs C, Cambridge, 06th August 2016
"We had a great time in a lovely cottage, a real home from home. We hope to come back again."
Written by Mrs W, Rochdale, 18th June 2016
"The Nook is an astonishing place to stay: its location in the stunning Peak District, the care and attention to detail in the furnishings and facilities; the high standard and quality of everything. And it is still a cosy place to enjoy. Thank you."
Written by Mrs JM, Surrey, 14th May 2016
"Another lovely stay, perfect."
Written by Liz & Ian, 28th December 2015
"Our third consecutive Christmas at the Nook and its been wonderful again. The perfect place to spend Christmas with the lovely decorations and really pretty tree. Many thanks again."
Written by , 21st December 2015
"A truly wonderful place to celebrate my 60th birthday."
Written by Clare & Martin, 26th November 2015
"A fantastic place to stay. A real home from home. We have loved our stay here."
Written by Andrew & Judith, 31st October 2015
"Superb accommodation, fully equipped, cosy and relaxing for a stress free holiday"
Written by Ann & Steve, 19th September 2015
"Thick snow, sunshine and showers! We still had a wonderful time in the Nook, toasty warm."
Written by , 24th April 2013