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Mistletoe Barn,

Eyam, Peak District
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Change Sat
No Dogs
4
star
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Situated in the heart of the historic village of Eyam
  • Underfloor heating throughout the ground floor
  • Full of character with exposed beams
  • Village amenities right on the doorstep
  • Easily accessible by road and rail-Grindleford railway station is just 3.5 miles away
  • Country houses of Chatsworth and Haddon Hall are nearby
Property code: PK833

A charming barn nestled in the centre of the historic Peak District village of Eyam. This property has various local amenities on the doorstep, including the village pub that’s just 200 yards from the door.

This ancient stone barn, enjoys a lovely position in the heart of a village in the spectacular landscape of the Peak District. The village is famous as a ‘plague village,’ one of the areas that went into voluntary quarantine during the plague of 1655. Many of the old village buildings retain their original features giving the village an enchanting, historical feel. The nearby Eyam Moor offers wonderful walks and far-reaching views across the Derwent Valley. After guests have worked up an appetite out on the moors, they can head back to the local village pub, the Miners Arms for a spot of recuperation. For those seeking culture, a short drive takes guests to the impressive country houses of Chatsworth and Haddon hall.

The property benefits from underfloor heating throughout the ground floor and embraces open plan living. The spacious living area has a stone fireplace with electric effect wood burning stove and exposed wood beams that add to the room’s character. The dining area is a lovely space for entertaining.

Upstairs there are three bedrooms. Sloping, part vaulted ceilings provide a wonderful country chic to the rooms. The largest of the three bedrooms is the master, and has an impressive arched window which frames the captivating views of the village and Eyam Edge. The bedroom contains a super king size bed and also has its own en-suite bathroom with a shower over the bath, toilet and hand basin. The second bedroom is a delightful twin bedroom which can be made into a super king bed on request, benefiting from a large feature window which overlooks the courtyard. The bedroom also has an en-suite bathroom with a shower, toilet and hand basin. The final bedroom is a good size twin bedroom which can be made into a super king bed on request, with an en-suite shower room with a shower, toilet and hand basin.

Outside there is a sheltered courtyard which makes a great spot for a BBQ and al fresco dining.

  • Three bedrooms: One super king bedroom, Two twin zip and link beds (both of which can be made into super king beds if requested at the time of booking)
  • Three en-suite bathrooms
  • Downstairs toilet
  • Internet access
  • Off road parking for 2 cars
  • No pets
  • Fridge/Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Gas hob and electric oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Washer/dryer
  • TV/DVD/ DAB Radio
  • Electric effect woodburner
  • Travel cot, high chair and stairgate available
  • BBQ, Garden furniture
  • External lighting
  • Secure anchors for Bicycles provided in the rear garden
  • Underfloor heating provided
  • Central heating and power provided
  • Bed linen and towels included

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

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 24 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.9
Overall equipment
4.8
Overall comfort
4.7
Overall location
5

Reviewed by Hilary, 31st March 2018

We thought it was a lovely and very comfortable cottage. We were six adults (for part of the time) and there was enough space for all of us. The kitchen was really well equipped and the location was great - loads of walks from the door or just a short drive away.

Reviewed by Sandra, 16th March 2018

This cottage was lovely and clean and well situated. The beds were so comfortable and the cottage had everything you could want for a great holiday. The pub is recommended, it is a five minute walk and the food is lovely. Great time had by all.

Reviewed by Gill, 1st December 2017

Nice cottage. Ideal location for numerous walks from the door.

Reviewed by Christine , 27th November 2017

Beautiful cottage, warm and comfortable. Very roomy. Location is ideal for visiting all the local areas of interest

Reviewed by Jacqui, 24th November 2017

We have stayed at a Mistletoe Barn twice now and had a great break each time. Good size for six adults to relax and chill out. Local pub is friendly and serves fantastic and good value.

Reviewed by Lynda, 14th November 2017

This is an excellent venue and well placed in the village. This was our second break at Mistletoe Barn. We had a very enjoyable and productive three night stay for our quilting retreat.

Reviewed by Janet, 28th October 2017

Lovely cottage in a nice friendly little village. A good base for exploring Derbyshire .

Reviewed by John, 21st October 2017

Beds to die for, Now having to purchase two new divans and mattress's as these at the cottage were the BEST we've ever slept in.

Reviewed by Geoffrey, 14th October 2017

Lovely cottage well furnished and comfortable. Friendly and interesting village. Local pub Miners Arms served good food with wide range of options. Bar staff were lovely. With Eyam being the plague village it was an interesting place to wander round. Eyam Hall is worth a visit but the National Trust are pulling out at Christmas, so the family ownerRead mores may not open it up in future. Hide

Reviewed by Anne, 30th September 2017

Perfect location, extremely comfortable and very well equipped cottage could not fault it.

Reviewed by Beth, 12th August 2017

Lovely barn conversion with good parking. Plenty of light throughout the house and excellent bathroom facilities. Well equipped kitchen & good sized dining table. Games, jigsaws, DVDs, books & maps available. Good location in centre of village with plenty to do nearby.

Reviewed by Alison, 29th July 2017

Fabulous location. Spacious property with everything you could want during your stay. All bedrooms have an ensuite which is great. Lovely comfortable beds. Would definitely stay there again.

Reviewed by Robin, 15th July 2017

A very clean and comfortable property, I would have no hesitation in staying here again in the future.

Reviewed by Richard, 8th July 2017

Great location. Good off road parking. Out door seating/eating. Clean and well equipped.

Reviewed by Val, 1st July 2017

Comfy,cosy,well equipped.A BBQ if wanted.Washer/dryer,dishwasher all well used by us.Comfy beds with beautifully clean bedding.Plenty of room for 6 of us.cannot fault it at all

Reviewed by Sara, 27th May 2017

Mistletoe Barn is the perfect getaway in the beautiful historical village of Eyam. The barn is very comfortable, well equipped and the en-suite bedrooms make it ideal for holidaying with friends. The location is perfect for walking holidays (many walks starting from the barn) and as a base to explore the Hope valley and further afield.

Reviewed by Stephen, 13th May 2017

Great cottage in a great location. Eyam is a fascinating place to explore and great base for walking and cycling.

Reviewed by Joan, 28th April 2017

We were a group of five retired friends who met at College 50years ago. The cottage was ideal for our reunion providing comfortable space in an ideal setting. The village of Eyam is extremely interesting and we spent all of one day simply exploring our surroundings. Excellent food at the pub,provisions at the shop and treats at the cafe made cateriRead moreng easy and delightful. The cottage is also very convenient for exploring the beauty of the Peak District. Hide

Reviewed by Jan, 8th April 2017

Simple the best cottage ever

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