Lounge area with log burning stove and rural views
View towards this pretty rural cottage
Log burning stove
Dining area
Kitchen area within open plan living
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Shower room
Double bedroom
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Twin room
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Beautiful walks on your doorstep
A quiet spot to sit and relax
Local coffee shop a few steps away
So many walks to explore
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Top Tack,

Chapel-en-le-Frith (2.9mls E), Peak District
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
Dogs allowed 2
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Complex of properties
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Working farm
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Charming cottage situated in The Dark Peak higher and wilder area of the National Park
  • Light and airy throughout decorated with fresh colour schemes
  • Log burning stove for cosy nights in by the fire
  • Garden area enjoying the morning sun and stunning views down the valley
  • Nearby restaurant welcoming walkers, riders and cyclists, serving locally sourced food
  • Close to the village of Castleton with caves and a castle to explore
Property code: PK606

A charming cottage set in a rural location with spectacular walks, cycle trails and bridle paths on its doorstep making it the perfect bolthole for explorers on foot, bike or noble steed.

The Dark Peak is home to exposed moorland, heather moorland and oak-birch woodlands and this property has access to some wonderful walks right on its doorstep. Nearby Castleton can be reached in just seven minutes by car and boasts underground caves and the hilltop Peveril Castle. Head to Chapel en le Frith to pick up your groceries for your stay or indulge in a delicious meal at Wanted Inn in Sparrowpit.

The property has an upside down layout with the main entrance hallway leading to the two bedrooms. The main bedroom has a stylish iron bed from which stunning valley views can be enjoyed, while the second bedroom has two single beds at either side of a pretty window – perfect for families. The rooms share a light and bright family bathroom with a separate walk-in shower.

Follow the oak staircase up to the first floor and into the spacious open plan kitchen, dining and sitting room, positioned at this height for optimum rural views. This cosy room has a stone floor and features a fireplace with log burning stove around which two large sofas are positioned to take full advantage of its warmth during those chillier evenings. The kitchen area occupies one wall of this room, while a second bathroom with a vaulted beam ceiling can also be found on this floor. Outside is a garden area, which enjoys beautiful morning sunlight – perfect for an al fresco breakfast overlooking the valley.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • Two bedrooms: 1 double, 2 singles
  • Coffee shop at complex
  • Pets welcome
  • Internet access
  • Open plan living area
  • Woodburner
  • Fridge freezer and dishwasher
  • Cooker, microwave
  • Shared washer/dryer
  • CD/DVD/Radio/TV-VCR
  • Cot and high chair available
  • Off road parking
  • Garden furniture
  • Stabling and grazing for horses available
  • External storage
  • Spring water supply
  • Oil fired central heating and power provided
  • Bed linen and towels included

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


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 10 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
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Reviewed by Charles, 10th May 2019

Lovely comfortable cottage, quirky being upside down, but all the better for it. Fabulous views down the valley. Walks from the doorstep and lots to do close at hand.

Reviewed by Ian, 17th April 2019

A nice cottage in a good location. Great living space with a well equipped kitchen.

Reviewed by Alex, 7th April 2019

Great place, very close to shops and walks which are beautiful . My family loved the horses and llamas in the field. The host received us with cake and was very helpful throughout. Thanks!

Reviewed by shannon, 16th February 2019

Very nice upside down cottage, lovely views of the surrounding countryside and the resident horses and alpacas, friendly owners who were helpful and happy to talk about the animals they keep and allowed the children to feed. When open the cafe is a bonus, short drive to supermarket, within easy driving distance to surrounding places of interest andRead more lovely walks from the property. Hide

Reviewed by Denise, 1st September 2018

The cottage was home from home. Very comfortable for a family of four and a perfect location to explore the Peak District.

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Lounge area with log burning stove and rural views
View towards this pretty rural cottage
Log burning stove
Dining area
Kitchen area within open plan living
Property detail
Shower room
Double bedroom
Property detail
Twin room
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