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Barn Meadow,

Whaley Bridge, Peak District
VB Awards - GoldVisit Britain rating: 4 stars
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Change Sat
No Dogs
4
star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Delightful early 18th Century detached barn
  • A secluded countryside location
  • Small holding with alpacas and chickens
  • Outstanding views across the Blackwater Valley
  • Nearby fishing available in Combs Reservoir
  • Environmentally sensitive property with design features throughout
  • Full of character with original features
Property code: PK741

Located in a secluded countryside position with access to a reservoir and enjoyable walks making this property perfect for fishing enthusiasts and those looking to explore the outdoors.

 

Located in a secluded countryside position offering spectacular views in all directions. Access to a reservoir and enjoyable walks nearby make this property perfect for fishing enthusiasts and those looking to explore the outdoors.

The quiet position of the cottage on the upper slopes of Eccles Pike gives it the outstanding views. In one direction guests can see across the beautiful Blackwater Valley and Combes Reservoir beyond, while in another lies the Goyt Valley, waiting to be explored. Lovers of the outdoors won't be disappointed by the number of enjoyable walks nearby.

The two bedroom 18th Century eco-barn has retained many of its original features including exposed beams and original stone walls. The barn benefits from an innovative environmental design with numerous features throughout including an original gritstone roof, British sheep's wool insulation and eco-friendly paints and wood finishes have been used throughout the property. All heating and hot water is provided from a carbon neutral wood pellet stove in the lounge.

An oak staircase leads to the first floor which has under floor heating and elegant Welsh slate flooring. An open plan kitchen is fully equipped and has beautiful beautiful exposed beams and stone walls. The spacious lounge-dining areas leads out onto a rear garden and patio with a variety of herbs, fruits and vegetables which are available in season, for an additional fee local food hampers can be arranged. The garden offers wonderful views of the surrounding countryside including the grounds of the property which are home to the owner's Alpacas and chickens.

The two bedrooms are reached via the entrance hall, both have impressive vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and en-suites. The spacious main bedroom has a king-size bed, and the second room has two singles.

This barn is brimming with character and offers the ultimate rural retreats for those seeking spectacular scenery at every turn.

 

  • Two bedrooms: one king-size bed, one room with two single beds
  • Detached- eco barn conversion
  • Two en-suite shower rooms
  • Internet access - signal not strong enough for streaming
  • Off road parking
  • No pets
  • Eco'' friendly wood pellet burning stove
  • Alpacas and chickens
  • Freezer compartment, Dishwasher
  • Washer by arrangement w/ owner
  • DVD, BBQ, Garden furniture
  • Bike Storage available
  • Tested spring water from a bore hole
  • Local food hamper available at cost by arrangement with owner
  • Biomass central heating and power provided
  • Bed linen included

This property joined our collection in 2016 and is managed by Kate.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 3 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.7
Overall equipment
5
Overall comfort
5
Overall location
4.7

Reviewed by Kenneth, 23rd September 2017

Excellent all round. Delicious goodies supplied by the owners who kept a low profile. Clean and well equipped. Comfortable and views to die for. Hungry Harry ( our nick name for the stove ) giving us a fire work display every night as he died down. Fascinating.

Reviewed by Carolyn, 27th August 2017

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this cottage - such wonderful, changing views every day. The lane is a challenge but we got used to dealing with the problems, which were indeed varied. The biomass boiler was fascinating, and looking at the history of the renovations this was certainly a labour of love. Our welcome was lovely - along with deliciouRead mores homemade cake, home eggs and organic milk all ready for us. Really didn't want to go home! Hide

Reviewed by George, 25th March 2017

This is a cottage of character in a wonderfully scenic setting convenient for all parts of the Peak District as well as being close to Manchester. It's a lovely place for a great holiday.

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Lounge area
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Lounge/diner
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Bathroom
Shower room
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Location

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1/3 Deposit

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