A pretty stone cottage on the edge of Castleton, dating back over 100 years. Open-plan living offers plenty of space yet a cosy cottage feel, this is an ideal spot for walkers looking to make the most of the area.
Nestled in the edge of the charming village of Castleton, the cottage has an array of local amenities right on the doorstep. Situated near to the entrance of Peak Cavern and under the reach of the imposing ruin of Perveril Castle, this cottage is a great choice for those wanting to make the most of the spectacular beauty and history of the Peak District. After a day spent climbing the challenging Pennine Way, guests can return to the Castleton pub which is the perfect spot for aching legs.
The bright open-plan living space of this charming cottage comprises of a cosy kitchen-diner and lounge area. There are gorgeous exposed beams and a gritstone fireplace with a gas coal effect log burning stove that provides a central feature to the room. After guests have spent the day climbing the High Peak, the inviting fire makes a great feature for a relaxing night in.
The kitchen has all the essential necessities that guests will require during their stay. The narrow staircase leads up to a spacious double bedroom with an adjoining bathroom containing a bath with handheld shower attachment, hand basin and toilet. From the windows of the two room guests can enjoy the breathtaking views across the village of Castleton.
The property is a great choice for those seeking an enchanting village retreat nestled amidst the outstanding natural beauty of the High Peak and with superb walking routes right on the doorstep.