|Minimum Stay||3 - 8 nights|
5 bed,3 bath,Perfect families/groups/couples-both properties sleep 14,Large,3 huge blazing indigo blue Austrian wood stoves,wrap around shaker veranda,dining hall and sitting room oak floored & painted Shaker panelling throughout.Generously& equipped stocked gourmet kitchens,Aga Cookers American Fridge Freezers,Belfast sinks,underfloor heating.5 Bedrooms all panoramic views into gardens and mountains, sleigh beds, fur throws, modern bathrooms double seated steam shower room.3 Sky TV (with sport and 3 Freeview)computer, x box, jigsaws, board games, dvds, cds. Outside small gym, laundry and drying rooms for your wet gear, areas for BBQ (gas for each property), Outdoor summerhouse with outdoor games, croquet, cricket, and on the lawn a trampoline. Top quality beds, mattresses, pillows and bed linen and towels. Fantastically well equipped and with the very best quality throughout, everything you could possibly need for that very special holiday, MORE PHOTOS/INFO DO USE THE WEB LINK.
Very special house with separate wing. large Arts & Crafts House, built in the Great War as a shooting lodge to the adjacent moors. In winter sit by a blazing wood stove, in summer take a glass of wine and explore the fantastic woodland gardens, imaginatively laid out as parkland for you to enjoy, along meandering, stepping stone pathways from ‘room to room’, over rustic bridges, BBQ areas, camp-fire site & topiary rooms with lots of swing seats.Own large stone terrace & outside ‘chesterfields’ with cushions & gravelled courtyard to sit on to catch the sun, spend some time bird watching and view the mountains, or best of all, in the evening, sit on the rustic benches by our camp-fire to a backdrop of stars. Hidden away at the end of a 150 yard driveway, with secure parking, next to lovely old church and Lych gate perfectly designed and situated with everything this stunning area and our lovely village has to offer on your doorstep for relaxing, and a walkers, cyclists, photographers paradise.
Graham and Margaret run their own business in property and farming. Margaret is the driving force behind this beautifully designed property, she originally trained in fashion and interior design and the influence clearly shows in the love and attention lavished on the property. Detail is everything to Margaret and Graham and one glance around the garden and properties will confirm this is the place to Stay! Owner run and managed with every effort made to make your stay as special as possible.
margaret mountford purchased this house in 2000
'staying here' sits in its own 4 acres of woodland gardens at the foot, and with panoramic views, of Kinder Scout Mountain Range start of the longest footpath in England the Pennine Way. Edale is a totally unique village offering a blend of peace, beauty, pubs, great walks and a great variety of village events. Close to Derwent water and lots of cycle tracks.
The property offers the opportunity to escape both to the open country as well as Manchester or Sheffield by train! Or you can walk to one of the two pubs with log fires and summer gardens or cafes, which are only a 5 minute walk. Next door to Castleton, with its castles and caves and gift shops and restaurants, close to Chatsworth, Haddon and Bakewell. Lots of culture at Buxton Opera House. The Meads sits in its own 4 acres of secluded gardens with extensive secure parking. You are far enough away to have peace and quiet yet still in the heart of the friendly and historic village of Edale which we love.
Three families with children ranging from 10 to 16 thoroughly enjoyed our stay in The Meads. The house was well provisioned and the 'Welcome Pack' left by the owners excellent. Detailed information meant it was easy to use the facilities as well as knowing what was going on in the surrounding area. The grounds of the house are superb with plenty of space for children and adults to enjoy themselves. The village of Edale was an ideal base to go walking from and thereby enjoy the Peak District. Two good pubs within close proximity of the house made easy to recuperate after a hard day's walk.
Our week spent at The Meads and in the annexe recently was a really special time! Three generations of our family met, in part, to celebrate the anniversary of the birthday of a much loved granny. The sense of space in both the house and garden, together with the numerous thoughtful and useful touches ( and the vibrant decor!) all helped to make this a really memorable and enjoyable week. Thank you, Margaret and Graham, for your kind hospitality. Peter and Charlotte Beresford and family.
This house has everything it promises in the owners information details.
I booked it for a family celebration for my 70th Birthday with 6 adults and 5 children and it was superb with plenty of space inside and outside in the delightful grounds. We have not stayed in a better equipped house - it has everything you could need. The welcome cake and fresh bread etc was a
really nice touch. Many thanks to Margaret and Graham
Had a fabulous long weekend here in April. We're a group of 12 women who get together every year for a Spring break and this house was perfect for us. Wonderful, spacious rooms with plenty of character and a brilliant garden with so many interesting areas to explore - and the trampoline was a particular hit. Fantastic welcome from the owners - and house so well-equipped - they've thought of everything. Highly recommended!
This was an excellent place to stay for 8 adults and 6 children. We had a wonderful time, so much so that we have booked for the following year! The accommodation was of a high standard and there was space for all to either chat or have some quiet time, A lot of thought had been undertaken by Margaret and Graham in making the experience pleasurable, from the thorough information about the property before arrival, the range of welcome goods, and the warm greeting when we arrived. The range of children's games both inside and out in the grounds was very much appreciated, Whilst Edale might be thronged with people , the grounds were extensive, well kept and offered endless opportunities to explore.in a peaceful environment . The BBQ areas and open fire area allowed us to have a leisurely meal outside, whilst the well equipped kitchen enabled us to cook for the group without coming to blows! An ideal place to relax and catch up with family.
I couldn't agree with Carl more, all 9 of us thoroughly enjoyed our long weekend and we would have loved to have stayed longer.
A big thank you to Margaret & Graham for their brilliant hospitality.
Special interest holidays:
Trout fishing available at Ladybower and the area is also good for rock climbing.
cycle hire shops within 10 mins (will deliver)
walking into moors and mountains from the back door
horse trekking centre 5 mins (do book)
next to caving sites and
para-gliding off Mam Nick
15 mins Buxton 'go ape'
close to Tideswell Cookery school cookery courses
stately homes - Chatsworth, Haddon and Hardwick
20 mins Buxton Opera House
5 mins Walking distance to Manchester/Sheffield main line-Manchester airport 1 hour away driving. Plenty of walks and train takes you to various villages-but a car is also recommended
5 mins walking village, pubs, cafes, visitor centre, post office, village hall. 10 mins drive to plenty of local amenities, driving distance to Stately Homes Chatsworth, shop, gardens and adventure playground, Haddon, Hardwick, Otter Centre, David Mellor Cutlery, Castleton caves and Blue John mines, Peveril Castle, Historic Bakewell, Buxton Spa town and Opera House etc.
Perfect area for groups/families/couples celebration. The village has cycle routes for cycling holidays (download our cycling brochure) stunning footpaths for walking holidays (download our walking brochure) to packhorse bridges, stiles, footbridges, rivers, gorges and streams into woodland, mountains, moors and famous landmarks. Head further afield to Chatsworth, Haddon, Hardwick Halls. Buxton with its Opera House. Bakewell with markets, Castleton (we have planned a day for you here) with Jewellry shops and the Blue John Caves and Hathersage with its outdoor pool. Otter Centre 15 mins and David Mellor Cutlery and kitchen shop. Derwent Reservoir and Ladybower Dam great for a days trout fishing. Shop, pubs with blazing fires and outside gardens, cafes, and restaurant 500 yards. Open air swimming pool Hathersage,To view more photos and details of 'the garden wing' use ref E9619 on this site.