About the property
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay3 nights
Dale End Farm has 2 luxury holiday barns in the National Trust Peak Park
Zoe's Old Cow Shed is a spacious modern apartment / loft style place, which is open plan living at it's best. The facilities are all modern with real home from home feel. Steve's and Zoe's Sheds are available separately or together for parties of 1 to 13. Dale End farm is an 18th Century period farmhouse situated in the heart of the stunning Peak District within easy reach of Bakewell, Chatsworth house, Haddon Hall, Buxton Opera House, Matlock Bath, Carsington Water and many other attractions. The small holding is nestled in a gentle rolling valley at the tail end of Gratton Dale a National Nature Reserve. It is extremely peaceful and relaxing. The self catering accommodation has 2 double bedrooms and a twin bedroom which has zip lock beds if a double is preferred, a bathroom with over bath shower and pressurised water is perfect after a long walk. There is also a en-suite shower room to the main bedroom. The property has been tastefully created throughout to ensure maximum comfort and relaxation. It benefits from a fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances including dishwasher, washing machine, fridge, induction hob and fan oven for the foodies. There are lawns, patios and ample space for parking. Fields surround Dale End Farm and the grounds are ideal for children.
Dale End is ideally located for walking, cycling and sight seeing. This truly is a lovely location, it is very peaceful with plenty of outdoor space for children and adults to enjoy. There is something here for everyone.
Zoe and Steve Blair
- Response time:
- within a few days
- Calendar last updated:
- May 26, 2018
About Zoe and Steve Blair
Steve and Zoe purchased Dale End Farm in December 2015, after a whirlwind year including our marriage and later the birth of our daughter. The renovation started in February 2016 with the support of local tradesmen and materials. It was completed in May 2016 after an intensive restoration programme. We have a black poodle dog called Rupert, 3 alpacas called Pedro, Pablo and Alfi.
Zoe and Steve Blair purchased this Barn in 2015
Why Zoe and Steve Blair chose Gratton
Dale End farm is an 18th Century period farmhouse situated in the heart of the stunning Peak District within easy reach of Bakewell, Chatsworth house, Haddon Hall, Buxton Opera House, Matlock Bath, Carsington Water and many other attractions. The small holding is nestled in a gentle rolling valley at the tail end of Gratton Dale a National Nature Reserve. It is extremely peaceful and relaxing.
What makes this Barn unique
Gratton Dale is a National Nature Reserve. It is extremely peaceful and relaxing
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Peaceful and relaxing break
Fabulous place for a weekend away! Lovely inside, everything we needed, perfect setting and so peaceful! We felt so relaxed after our weekend away. Loved the alpacas and the family who own the property were very welcoming and accommodating. Couldn't rate this any higher. thanks for a lovely stay
Thank you so much it was lovely to meet you and we hope to see you again x
Great place, bedrooms a little cramped
Newly renovated, so all very smart and tidy. But rooms a little cramped (en-suite shower room hardly big enough to get into) - it would have been better as a two bedroom unit. But lovely location with great places to walk and cycle, and even a stream for paddling and swimming just a couple of miles away. Lots of good eating places in Bakewell. Friendly owners, and alpacas in the field. Nice sitting area outside.
Nowhere to put wet shoes / muddy boots.
En-suite shower room needs a towel rail, clothes hook and mirror.
Lovely location maybe a little small for six for more than a couple of nights.
Had a lovely stay. The property was lovely and warm. There are a few suggestions we have, having stayed in many holiday properties over the years. Had it been wet, we would have struggled with wet boots and walking gear as there wasn't really anywhere to hang them to dry. We were there for four nights but it was still tricky finding space to put food provisions and a freezer compartment would have been useful. We found the cooking pans rather minimal with only one lidded saucepan and no casserole pot. The location was fab though.
Thank you for the review. I will check pans as there should be a full set with lids. Sometimes when guests have both sheds they take them next door. I'll definitely get a casserole dish.
I'm going to get a porch this summer with shelter and space for boots and drying space. Thank you for staying with us.
Zoe and Steve