|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Parsonage Croft is a large, beautiful Edwardian house with ample space for up to 9 people to unwind, relax and enjoy the tranquil surroundings. The accommodation includes spacious living room, separate dining room, modern, well equipped kitchen and WC; four bedrooms, family bathroom with shower, additional separate WC, downstairs cloakroom, laundry and bike storage. Outside there are gardens to the front and side of the property with stunning views over Bakewell, the Golf course and valley beyond. Although the house is in a secluded area it is five minute walk through the Church yard to the centre of Bakewell. The house enjoys stunning views over the historic market town of Bakewell and the valleys beyond. Set in a perfect central location Parsonage Croft is the ideal base for exploring the wonderful Peak District with its beautiful landscapes steeped in history and majestic splendour.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the fact that the new Owners Direct website is unable to correctly calculate our pricing and the fact that we do not wish to mislead potential guests with incorrect information, please refer to the Parsonage Croft, Bakewell website for exact pricing and live availability details. Prices vary from season to season so please visit our website or contact us for a quote.
This property, was once the family residence and has remained with us owing to the character and its location.
Built in 1903, it still possess many of the original features, like the original oak flooring open fireplaces and picture rails through out.Large rooms and great views over Bakewell center and surrounding hills, this property is central to Bakewell yet secluded and quiet.
We hope you enjoy the house and area as much as we have done and do.
Have a wonderful holiday...
We had a really lovely time in this wonderful house. It is full of character and charm. It is very spacious (we had lots of family visit on Boxing Day). We had a relaxing and great holiday.
The owners we really helpful through the process with good communication.
Me and my friends had a fantastic time in this lovely heritage bakewell house. Perfect location just behind the main church on a pretty lane. The views were also incredible from the garden.
Inside was cosy, spacey, lots of lovely interests inside with fireplaces etc and even a piano which none of us could play.... But tried. All mod cons with stereo tv etc and an amazing kitchen where we spent most of our time.
Have booked again for a wedding next summer, owners were lovely too (very understanding when we lost the key)
Lovely Victorian house on the hill x
We had a fantastic time!!!
The property was very clean and beautifully decorated. I loved everything about it.
We have enjoyed surroundings and fantastic views from the front garden.
I would recommend this property for families as well as romantic getaways.
Gorgeous house!!! THANK YOU!!!
Absolutely beautiful house, extremely cosy and well equipped. The kitchen was fantastic and had lots of original features. Very cosy lounge with open fire. All the bedrooms were lovely and the beds were very comfortable. The house was extremely clean.
The garden was equally as beautiful with a fantastic view. The parking was limited but we easily found free parking not far from the property. The house is a very short walk from Bakewell. The house was very easy to book and the owners were very helpful and emailed very detailed instructions to cover any questions we may have had.
We had such a brilliant stay and I can't wait to go back sometime. Excellent value for money and a gorgeous house.
What a fantastic time we had! We booked the house on a recommendation from some friends and its safe to say we weren't disappointed! A gorgeous house with stunning views! Our kids wanted to play in the garden all day (I didn't have a problem with this!). The house was exactly what we were after, spacious, cosy and comfortable. We have already booked again with more friends! Thank you
This is such a sad story. The potential for this home is unlimited however the facilities in the home are stuck in the 1960's. Upon our arrival the house was cold and uninviting. Every room seemed to have very poor quality fittings. Torn and dirty upholstery in the living room. Kitchen refrigerator was archaic with a freezer box with its door falling off so full of ice you couldn't put anything in it. The ancient 1960 style shower stall in the bath room was just a tiny coffin like structure with no where to put the soap. The most surprising part was the maintenance log book that guests could write down what they found requiring maintenance. Upon looking through the comments our complaints had been expressed by the previous tenants dating back to June 2013. But nothing had been done!! Not even burned out light bulbs had been replaced. We stayed only one night having booked a full week. The only saving grace was that Marco did refund the full rental amount. My hope would be that the owner sell the property to some one else to fully upgrade it to the standards of today.
Nearest airport is Manchester which is less than an hour away by car.
Nearest train station Grindleford - 6 miles, Sheffield - 15 miles.
Local buses to Sheffield, Derby, Manchester etc.
Bakewell - 5 minute walk
Sheffield - 30 minute drive
Manchester - 45 minute drive
Derby - 45 minute drive
Chesterfield - 30 minute drive
Buxton - 20 minutes drive
Matlock - 15 minutes drive
Chatsworth House - 7 minute Drive..........45 minutes walk....up and down
Haddon Hall -7 minute Drive.............30 minute walk.... flat walk
The market town of Bakewell in the Derbyshire Dales is the only town included in the Peak District National Park. It's name derived from 'Beadeca's Well and it is the home of the famous Bakewell Pudding. The River Wye runs through the town as it nestles between the cities of Sheffield, Manchester and Derby.
The house is 5
minutes walk from the town centre with its pubs, restaurants, takeaway, antique shops, craft shops, general retail shops, supermarket and banks.
Trail walks literally start from the back door, with other walks from Bakewell centre towards Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall. Other walks are within easy reach from Bakewell.
Bike Trails start from Bakewell alongside the Golf Course along the Monsal Trail and finishes in Buxton some twelve miles away.
Buxton is a Victorian spa town and has an excellent Opera House and Theatre.
Famous for it's water.
Chatsworth House is one of the most visited country houses in the UK and is the home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. The grander and gardens are spectacular. ( refer to owners web site for detailed and video information)
Haddon Hall is one of the most romantic houses to survive from the middle ages. The house dates back to the 12th century and overlooks the river wye. Home to the Duke and Duchess of Rutland. (refer to owners web site for detailed and video information)
There are many other places of interest and activities to peruse.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
Booking can be made online.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the fact that the new Owners Direct website is unable to correctly calculate our pricing and the fact that we do not wish to mislead potential guests with incorrect information, please refer to Parsonage Croft, Bakewell website for exact pricing and live availability details. Prices vary from season to season so please visit our website or contact us for a quote.
30% deposit is required at time of booking with the balance payable 8 weeks prior to commencement of stay.
£200 refundable insurance bond taken with balance payment.
Changeover days are Friday and Monday for short breaks or weekly bookings.
Notes on prices:
For details on pricing and availability please contact the owner direct or email or visit us site.