High View Cottage,

Castleton, Peak District
Visit Britain rating: 3 stars
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
3
star
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Romantic
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • A charming stone cottage that dates back over 100 years
  • Enjoying a delightful position at the edge of the village of Castleton
  • Underneath the imposing ruin of Peveril Castle
  • Excellent base for walkers seeking to explore the High Peak
  • Embraces open plan living for a spacious yet cosy cottage feel
  • Gritstone fireplace and gas log burner for cosy nights in
Property code: PK379

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.

  • One bedroom: one double bedroom
  • No pets
  • Radio
  • Cot & high chair available
  • Parking permit provided
  • No washing machine
  • Central heating and power provided
  • Bed linen included

This property joined our collection in the last 12 months and is managed by Kate.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 5 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.2
Overall equipment
3.8
Overall comfort
4.4
Overall location
4.6

Reviewed by Christine, 28th March 2017

This lovely cottage was in an excellent location with great views. Castleton is a good base with a number of pubs and tea shops to enjoy as well as walks from the doorstep of the property.

Reviewed by Samuel, 17th November 2016

Very sweet little cottage, lovely location on the edge of Castleton and a short walk to the local pubs and attractions.

Reviewed by Thomas, 10th November 2016

A lovely cottage in an ideal location for exploring Castleton and the surrounding areas. We found the bed to be very comfortable (it was a struggle to out of it in the mornings), the living room is lovely to while away the evenings in, and there was a selection of board games, books and DVDs to help pass the time.

Reviewed by Chris, 24th September 2016

Compact little cottage . Great location. Ideal for a week or short break in a lovely village.

Reviewed by Adrian, 20th July 2016

A pleasant,quirky cottage, close to Peak Cavern and the centre of Castleton -A lovely stream was nearby.The village was lovely and interesting, and was great if you want blue john jewellery or curios. It also had lots of food providers, but very limited grocery provision ( you have to go to Hope village for this) the cottage is not suitable for disRead moreabled people due to a steep staircase and upstairs loo. The car has to be left in a car park down the hill which means a steep walk home. Hide

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Photos

Waterside cottages
View towards the property
Open plan lounge
Open planning kitchen/diner
Cosy open plan living space
Open plan living
Bedroom
Bedroom
Bathroom
View towards the cottage
View towards the pretty cottage

Location

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1/3 Deposit

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