|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
A lovely vaulted lounge, dining and kitchen area. The lounge has a comfortable settee and chair, flat screen T.V. D.V.D, SKY and Wi-Fi together with a glowing inset electric fire. The dining area has a nice little table and chairs. The superb kitchen has quality fitted units, halogen hob, oven, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and automatic washer/dryer. A vaulted double bedroom. An adjoining bathroom with bath/hand held shower and W.C.
Linen and towels are provided. Central heating, fuel and power are included. A cot and high chair can be requested. There is an attractive little patio with furniture. Ample parking is available. Bikes can be stored in the nearby barn. Pets and smoking are not permitted. Access for people with disabilities may be difficult.
Thistledown Cottage has been lovingly created out of a mellow stone barn which looks out across Wensley Dale in the sleepy little hamlet of Snitterton. Its attractive decoration, comfortable furniture, modern facilities and glowing log burning stove make it a superb cottage to return to at the end of the day.
The Hay Loft has been carefully created out of a mellow stone hay loft in the midst of the sleepy little hamlet of Snitterton. Its dramatic vaulted ceilings, attractive decoration, comfortable furniture and fittings, quality bed linen and towels together with its wonderful setting in a secret little valley make it a really great holiday retreat.
Short breaks of 4 nights and under are charged as a 4 night stay, subject to negotiation in non peak periods
Bookings for this cottage run from Friday to Friday, including Christmas and New Year weeks.
Book full weeks online.
Please ring for short breaks.
Special interest holidays:
Snitterton is in a quiet little valley just over the hill from Matlock so you will think you are in the middle of nowhere yet all Derbyshire's attractions are close to hand. If you like walking, wander up Wensley Dale until you find the lovely village of Winster, conquer Stanton Moor to see the 'Nine Ladies Needles', or take an evening stroll by the river to the Square and Compass or Three Stags pubs in Darley Bridge. The cottage is situated in the grounds of a small holding containing various animals including sheep and horses
But always remember that tomorrow you can visit nearby Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Peak Rail's steam trains and the magnificent Matlock Bath gorge. Alternatively take the children to Gulliver's Kingdom, treat the older-ones to Carsington Water adventures and perhaps all of you can revel in nostalgia on Crich's wonderful tramway. In complete contrast drop to 'Oblivion' at Alton Towers.
Nearest pub - Darley Bridge 1 mile.
Nearest village shop - Matlock 1 mile.
Nearest supermarket - Matlock 0.75 miles.
Hidden away in beautiful Wensley Dale, locations don't come much better than this. There are superb views across the valley on all the lovely walks from the cottage. A brisk evening stroll along the road by the river will soon get you to the Three Stags and Square and Compass pubs in Darley Bridge. Matlock, with all its county town facilities is just five minutes drive over the hill.
Don't forget to visit nearby Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and the Peak Steam Railway. Other treats include Calver Edge's breathtaking views, Monsal Dale's wonderful waterfalls, the 'little Switzerland' of Matlock Gorge, Sunday breakfast in the Devonshire Arms in Beeley and the ultimate of meals in Stone's restaurant in Matlock. Make sure you get back in time for a drink on the little patio as the swifts and house martins swoop overhead.