4 Bedroom barn conversion with Hot tub, sleeping up to 7-9
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We had a great time at this property. The surrounding area is stunning, lots of great walks with the family and dog. The accommodation has everything you need and the hot tub was a huge hit with the kids.
Beautiful home and views
We absolutely loved our stay here. It was base camp for my wedding. Id booked it for my family to stay in over the weekend. Loved the lambs, calfs, hot tub and absolutely everything about this property! Thank you so much for letting us stay here! It was magical x
Lovely cottage in a good location
We really enjoyed our stay here. The cottage is a good size with a well equipped kitchen. It was clean in arrival and the hot tub was warm and ready to use. The welcome pack on arrival was lovely.
Great weekend away from it all
We had a great time staying here the scenery was stunning and once we found the property it suited our needs. Everyone loved the hot tub!!
Thank you for such a lovely feedback
Wonderful location! We had a lovely time staying here whilst working at the Lyceum theatre in Sheffield. This is the second time I have stayed at this delightful farm house and it didn’t disappoint.
Thank you so much for this. I hope you have secured another acting job as think that may have been your last show.
you really looked after our cottage very well
hope to see you soon
Superior barn conversion in an idyllic rural area. Highly recommend.
Stayed in February 2019, we arrived at sunset just as the snow stopped falling and the landscape was very beautiful, almost picture-card perfect.
First impressions were very favourable, everything was clean & tidy, there is a very informative welcome pack on the dining room table which is useful for finding supermarkets & restaurants in the local area, best of all the 4 seater hot tub was steaming gently and looked very welcoming indeed! The hosts (Jon & Anita) popped round briefly and were very helpful.
The dining room can seat eight people comfortably, it has an original stone floor, to the right on a slightly higher level is the living room with TV and leather sofas, the kitchen at the rear of the property is a good size and well equipped with oven, dishwasher, microwave, fridge freezer and lots of drawers that contain quite a few cooking implements.
Upstairs there are 4 bedrooms - two doubles, a room with twin single beds and one room with just a single bed so nominally it could sleep 7 but there are a few “trundle” beds that pull out from underneath the beds in which another 2 people could stay.
The beds were very clean & comfortable - everyone reported a good nights sleep whilst we stayed there. One of the double rooms has a Velux window above the bed so you can fall asleep looking at the stars if you want to.(there is a blind if you want to block the moonlight.)
There is a working dairy farm next door, we only knew this because we bumped into the friendly farmer when we unloaded our bags from the car, apart from the odd gentle mooing you’d barely know it was there.
This is an ideal base for exploring the countryside, there is a lovely (mostly flat) walk in the Wyoming Brook area which can be extended to the Rivelin valley nature trail or to Redmires reservoirs or the Stanage Edge area if you’re feeling a little more strenuous -the hot tub on your return feels like heaven by the way! - there are also plenty of lovely scenic walks around the Derwent Dam which is about 8 miles away - (park next to the Fairholmes visitor centre which sells hot drinks & snacks)
Sheffield is only a 20 minute car ride away, going the other way you have the lovely village of Castleton which boasts several underground caverns - for something fairly unique try the Speedwell cavern and take a ride in their electric powered boats through flooded underground tunnels.
We enjoyed our stay so much we intend to return in the summer when the weather is a bit warmer.
Originally part of the Duke of Norfolk estate’ the barn is situated in the small hamlet of Hollow Meadows, just 4 miles from Ladybower Reservoir in the lovely Peak District National Park and the famous Snake Pass, yet only 15mins from Sheffield City Centre. A great location for easy accesss to all areas including Ponds Forge Leisure Centre. But if you want to relax you can snuggle on the sofa and watch a film. Sit at the table and eat a great meal or relax in the hot tub in the open air.
Nearly 700 lime trees line the Rivelin valley, making it the second longest lime tree avenue in Britain. Hollow Meadows holds a scattering of smallholdings, farms and dwellings and is ideal for exploring many bridleways and footpaths. Nearby are the impressive dam at Ladybower, used by the 'Dambuster' squadron to practise for their raid on the Ruhr Dams in 1945, and Hathersage, believed to have inspired Charlotte Bronte to write Jane Eyre. Edale, the start of the Pennine Way, and Sheffield, with its attractions and exciting nightlife, are only a short drive away.
Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Waitrose are able to deliver grocery shopping direct to the properties.