Relax infront of the cosy fire
Pretty cottage view
Property detail
Fully equipped kitchen
Beautiful light and airy bedroom
Relax in this sumptuous space
Rural views
Bathroom with shower over bath
Back yard - perfect for bikes and muddy boots
Literally a stroll away from the cottage
A stones throw from the cottage
1 / 12  Relax infront of the cosy fire
2 / 12  Pretty cottage view
3 / 12  Dining/lounge
4 / 12  Property detail
5 / 12  Fully equipped kitchen
6 / 12  Beautiful light and airy bedroom
7 / 12  Relax in this sumptuous space
8 / 12  Rural views
9 / 12  Bathroom with shower over bath
10 / 12  Back yard - perfect for bikes and muddy boots
11 / 12  Literally a stroll away from the cottage
12 / 12  A stones throw from the cottage

Orchard Cottage,

Ashford in the Water, Peak District
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
No Dogs
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Country cottage with beautifully decorated interior throughout
  • Exposed beams and contemporary appliances displaying a desirable mix of new and old
  • Popular village location, within walking distance of the local cafes, shops and pubs
  • Beautiful riverside walks on your doorstep
  • Within easy reach of the Monsal Trail – a popular choice for walkers and cyclists
Property code: PK847

A cosy cottage which has been beautifully decorated to feature fresh, contemporary tones and plenty of character. Located in Ashford-on-Water close to main amenities including a village pub.

Ashford in the Water is a pretty and popular Derbyshire village, located in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Sitting on the banks of the River Wye, three bridges cross this free flowing river making it an idyllic waterside setting. The village pub is welcoming and popular among locals, while you will find almost everything you need for your stay in the village shop. Walkers will enjoy setting out on the Monsal Trail, while the riverside cricket ground offers a relaxing spot to enjoy the game.

The main front door opens into the welcoming sitting and dining room. With a beamed ceiling, traditional gas coal effect stove and comfortable sofas that’s perfect for a romantic getaway for two. Next door, the kitchen, which has a door leading outside, has been fitted with clean white units, neutral splash back tiles and a traditional terracotta floor.

Upstairs, the bedroom has a warm and inviting feel, with carefully chosen bed linen and a window overlooking the front of the property. The room benefits from a separate dressing room with an en suite bathroom beyond.

Outside the cottage has no garden only a very small back yard.

  • One double bedroom
  • Internet access
  • Washer/Dryer
  • TV/DVD
  • Fridge freezer
  • On street parking
  • No garden
  • Regret no infants or children under 12 years
  • Gas central heating and power provided
  • Bed linen included

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


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 16 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Darryl, 12th May 2019

This cottage was perfect for short or long stays very well equipped with all one would need just perfect.

Reviewed by Eileen, 19th April 2019

Lovely well equipped cottage ideal for two people. Beautiful bathroom with great rain shower!Great location. Would recommend

Reviewed by Ian, 30th March 2019

Really great cottage in the heart of Ashford in the Water. Excellently equipped and immaculately clean. Ideal for a short break or longer stay in the Peak District. Friendly and considerate owners. Thoroughly recommended.

Reviewed by Jane, 25th March 2019

Orchard cottage is a very comfy, cosy and very well equipped and situated in a pretty little village. Barry, one of the owners, was very welcoming and gave me a guided tour of the central heating boiler and the woodburner effect gas fire.

Reviewed by Jane, 17th March 2019

Recently returned from a weeks stay in this lovely very well equipped cottage, which has had a brand new bathroom recently installed. Although small it is perfectly adequate for 2 people. The kitchen is very well equipped, including washing machine, and the bathroom even had small bottles of shower gel, shampoo and plenty of toilet rolls supplied. Read moreThe cottage is in a lovely location, and we used the books from the cottage to go on walks starting from the cottage. Hope to return. Hide

Reviewed by Isabelle, 29th December 2018

This cottage was spotlessly clean, well equipped perfectly situated in a beautiful village, a great place to explore the Peak District from.

Reviewed by Emma, 2nd November 2018

We stayed in Orchard Cottage for a short break in early November, we absolutely loved it. Really cosy, warm and clean, really well equipped, the perfect property for a romantic break! The location is perfect too for hiking and cycling on the Monsal Trail. Lovely friendly pub, The Bull, just a few minutes walk from the cottage.

Reviewed by Winifred, 15th September 2018

Cottage was very clean and well equipped. Owners very friendly and accommodating. Would recommend.

Reviewed by Richard, 8th September 2018

The Peak District is stunning, the locals were friendly and amazingly helpful. The cottage we stayed in could not have been any better, pubs within 5 minutes walk, serving excellent food too. Ashford in the Water is a stunning place to stay, Bakewell, Castleton and Chatsworth House are definitely worth a visit.

Reviewed by Peter, 31st August 2018

Small but beautiful. So well thought out, tastefully furnished and decorated. A good firm bed and all you need in a cottage in a charmingly historic village. Parking immediately outside the door and two nice pubs a short stroll away past the church. However, be warned, all those in full training for the world, cat-swinging championships should seekRead more elsewhere. Hide

Reviewed by Joanna, 25th August 2018

This was a lovely cottage to stay in. Well equipped and beautifully fitted making it feel much bigger than it is. Great location too. We hope to be back! The local pubs were both good, and having a village shop on hand very helpful when we realised that the pubs didn't serve food in the evening or Bank Holiday Monday (or Sunday's)

Reviewed by Paul, 23rd June 2018

The property is in a very nice location .easy reach to lots of places of interest .the cottage had every thing you need, we had no problems with parking or noise. There are two public houses in the village, both with good food and local ales. there is a village shop which we did not use . We had a lovely holiday.

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