Kestrel Cottage is a superb cottage providing really classy accommodation. Its beamed ceilings, stone flagged floors, glowing log burning stove, luxurious lounge and quality kitchen combine with beautiful bedrooms and a fantastic bathroom. Crisp linen and fluffy towels top the lot. Part of the coach house to Eccles House, a lovely Georgian Mansion, it's at the end of a quiet country lane with super views across the valley and a cauldron of Peak District hills as a magnificent backdrop.
Get up early and spot the Kestrels and other birds that live in the House's extensive grounds and woodland. Have breakfast on the patio before exploring the numerous local footpaths. A walk down into the valley will get you to the bustling village with its local shops and two great pubs. This is an absolutely brilliant holiday location within easy reach of Derbyshire's myriad of visitor attractions.
For exciting days out how about a trip to Castleton's spooky Blue John caverns, Peveril's 'storm the battlements' castle, Chapel's owl and otter sanctuary, Buxton's amazing Dome, the 'Dambuster'Dams, Kinder's wild moorlands, Haddon's romantic hall and even famous Chatsworth House. Wherever you go get back in time for a drink in the Old Hall Inn!
A superb stone flagged lounge with glowing log burning stove, luxurious leather suite, flat screen T.V, Freeview, CD/Ipod player, WiFi and French doors. An adjoining dining area with solid pine table and chairs. A bespoke kitchen with quality units, Belfast sink, hob, oven, microwave, large fridge/freezer and dishwasher. A beautiful beamed double bedroom with Juliette balcony. A twin bedroom of the same high quality. A fantastic bathroom with roll top bath, separate double shower and W.C. A downstairs cloakroom with W.C.
Linen and towels are provided. Under floor and central heating, power and an initial supply of logs for the stove are included. A cot, high chair and Zbed can be requested. There is a patio with furniture and barbeque and use of the coach house grounds. Ample parking is available. Pets are welcome.Smoking not permitted. Access for people with disabilities may be difficult.
Weekly bookings are normally Friday to Friday but short breaks are available throughout the year excluding Xmas and New Year. Bookings for Christmas and New Year are from Sunday to Sunday.
Nearest pub - Chinley 0.5 miles. Nearest village shop - Chinley 0.5 miles. Nearest supermarket - Chapel 4 miles.
"What a lovely clean warm and welcoming cottage. The Monsal trail just down the road, walks on the doorstep, I can't tell you enough what a relaxing, happy and cosy few days away we had."
Written by Melanie, 21st February 2019
"Our first time visit to the stunningly beautiful peak district was made even more enjoyable by our stay in your lovely cottage. Kestrel Cottage was a real find, everything we could wish for, comfortable, cosy and very clean. A really relaxing retreat! Our hosts Vicki and Charlie were most kind,leaving beautiful flowers lovely newlaid eggs and wine for our arrival, very welcome. Our stay was a real pleasure, and we would highly recommend you to friends,family and anyone wishing to sample delightful Derbyshire and the perfect Peaks."
Written by Jane and Alan, 04th November 2018
"Amazing - property with everything you could want. Super snug and warm and clean. Cottage very near lots of fantastic days out not to mention superb local pubs, village cafe etc"
Written by Stephanie, 19th October 2018
"Very comfortable cottage, nicely out of the way. This is our second holiday staying at this or one of the neighbouring cottages, and we could come again."
Written by Peter, 05th May 2018
"Fabulous cottage and some really nice touches. Gorgeous walks and great Village Pub."
Written by Deb and Ian, 02nd January 2018
"Beautifully appointed cottage. There was a Christmas treat which was really a nice touch. Lovely walking. We really enjoyed our stay and hope to go back"
Written by Tracey and Paul, 21st December 2017
"Perfection - and you can't say better than that! Eccles Pike is a national treasure, they are most fortunate to have it on their doorstep."
Written by Rosemary and Hugh, 29th October 2017
"Wonderful time in such a beautiful cottage. A beautiful area to explore."
Written by Amanda, Tony, Rick and Pauline, 10th October 2017
"We had a wonderful week in this wonderful cottage. It's cosy, well equipped and truly home from home."
Written by Sue and Simon, 30th September 2017
"We found Kestrel Cottage last minute for a weekend away - so glad we did!, Beautiful location and everything you need."
Written by Jade and Dean, 04th September 2017
"We had a great first time in Derbyshire. The cottage is fantastic, very tastefully decorated and equipped with everything you need. Absolutely quiet and relaxing."
Written by Johanna and Andreas, 16th August 2017
"Kestrel Cottage is a delight in a beautiful peaceful location."
Written by Janet, Ron, Sue and Emma, 01st August 2017
"Lovely welcome, attentive hosts, beautiful scenery."
Written by Peter and Yvonne, 30th June 2017
"Warm welcome. Had a lovely week in this cottage where we did some lovely walks with the dog."
Written by Chris and John, 16th June 2017
"Kestrel Cottage is stunning and so beautifully appointed with such care and attention to detail. The cottage is so cosy and warm."
Written by Sue and Jenny, 01st June 2017
"Lovely cottage - very clean, cosy and welcoming."
Written by Craven Family, 22nd April 2017
"The owners are fabulous hosts, very friendly and welcoming. Kestrel Cottage is stunning, everything you could wish for."
Written by The Hitchens, 08th April 2017
"We had a fantastic time in this lovely cottage and surrounding area. The Old Hall Inn (local pub 10-15 mins walk) serves an amazing local Gin called Forest Gin."
Written by Tracie and Martin, 03rd April 2017
"Lovely Cottage. Very clean, welcoming and pet friendly. The added personal touches are thoroughly appreciated. We would definitely return to this cottage."
Written by Bailey Family, 01st April 2017
"Beautiful cottage, very clean and tidy. Great walks to Eccles Pike from the doorstep."
Written by Craig, Aaron, Dave and Helen, 06th March 2017