Converted barn in Warslow, Peak District National Park, Derbyshire. England
About Michelle Cohen
.Owners Tim & Michelle have lived at Town End Farm for 15 years since they discovered the property whilst coming through the footpath whilst on a ramble. They fell in love with the farm and the village and have enjoyed the peace, the space and the Peak District ever since. They welcome visitors to the Barn and try to make sure that everyone who visits gets the best possible break whatever their interests are
Why Michelle Cohen chose Warslow and Elkstones
What makes this Cottage unique
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lovely peaceful house and setting
We had a wonderful few days at this quiet country retreat, at the foot of the dales.
Clean comfortable accommodation, ten minutes walk from a good village pub - we had an excellent evening meal there.
Beautiful, quiet and very well appointed.
We travelled as a family of 4, two adults and two teenager girls. The cottage was perfect, a nice size and very well appointed. The rooms were all a good size, very clean and very tidy. Having 2 en-suites is great for families. The views are stunning and it’s position made for a very relaxing break. The owners were very friendly and full of local knowledge, the local pub was just a few hundred yards away too.
Highly recommended by all of the family.
Thank you so much for your kind words and praise.
It was lovely to welcome you here of course it would be great to see you all again soon.
Lovely quiet and cosy cottage. Perfect for getting away from it all. Great walking from the cottage and surrounding area. Michelle was very helpful, both during and prior to our stay. Will definitely return.
David & Maureen
Brilliant country bolt hole in beautiful surroundings
We had a fantastic stay here. Very comfortable beds, spotlessly clean and very well equipped. Tim and Michelle are great hosts. The local pub ‘the greyhound’ (10 mins walk) has just been taken over by new owners and is serving food which was really good - great selection of wines and they went out of their way to cater for one of us who is gluten free! All in all a brilliant weekend away with beautiful walks from the doorstep.
Thank you for your kind words and praise. Good to hear the pub is looking after people. It was lovely to have you to stay.
Light, airy, well appointed and peaceful
We arranged a very last minute trip and the owners were incredibly accommodating. The property is challenging to find in the absence of full directions, lesson learned.... phone ahead when told there will be no reception. The property is lovely and airy and very relaxing. Woken every morning by bird song and not really hearing much else apart from the working farm next door. Bliss! We used the house as a base to go to Alton Towers and that was a straight forward 25 minute drive. Bed very comfortable and everything we could want was there. We absolutely loved our stay and will be back some day.
Beautiful home in a lovely location
The property was exactly as described. Very nicely furnished and very comfortable. We unfortunately had terrible weather but the log burner in the living room kept us cosy. We enjoyed the little touches Michelle provided, like fresh flowers in the dining room. A great place for catch up with the girls!
Special interest holidays:
This delightful village is situated on the side of the beautiful Manifold Valley in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Like its well known neighbour the Dove, the Manifold cuts a course through superb scenery and is a delight for both walkers and cyclists with the “Manifold Trail” following the route of the old Leek to Manifold Light Railway. Warslow itself is a pretty stone built village, and close by is Hartington with a wide range of shops, whilst further afield is the market town of Ashbourne. The surrounding area has many pubs offering a good range of food and Alton Towers is just a 30 minute drive away.
There are stately homes to visit nearby including Chatswort &, Haddon Hall, and a variety of other attractions including Buxton Opera House, Farmer's Markets, fairs and festivals, nearby Craft Barn and horseriding.
The nearby village of Hartington (5 miles) has a good range of shops and places to eat. Chatsworth, Alton Towers, Haddon Hall are all around 30 minutes drive away. The towns of Leek, Bakewell, Buxon & Ashbourne are between 8 - 10 miles away