House in Ireton Wood, Belper, Derbyshire, England - Peaceful, Private, Rural Location But Within Easy Reach Of Pubs And Shops When Required
Please contact Cynthia White direct for further queries or to make a booking.
About Please contact Cynthia White direct for further queries or to make a booking.
We have owned 'Little Thatch' for many years. Visitors choose Derbyshire because it is such a beautiful county and often make return visits to the cottage as it provides a most comfortable base for their holiday. We have lived here nearby for over 46 years and our three children have had a very happy childhood pursuing their various hobbies in a safe unspoilt environment.
Please contact Cynthia White direct for further queries or to make a booking. purchased this Cottage in 1960
Why Please contact Cynthia White direct for further queries or to make a booking. chose Derby
We chose to live and stay in this beautiful hamlet as we loved the area, ideal for walking and yet not too far away from the necessities of life.
What makes this Cottage unique
Little Thatch is a superior, cosy, very well equipped thatched cottage in a tranquil setting within easy reach of the market towns of Ashbourne, Wirksworth and Belper. It is also a suitable base for young families who enjoy visiting the Heights of Abraham in Matlock and the Tramway Museum at Chrich. A day out at Alton Towers is also within easy reach. The countryside is also very suitable for walkers and cyclists and there is ample, safe parking close by the cottage.
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Max guests:4 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
All travellers are requested to leave the house as they have found it and if possible remove all soiled linen ready for laundry at changeover.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Small and cosy
Weather was good all week so we were able to get out. Wasn’t very happy with the low ceiling upstairs. Wouldn’t recommend it for tall people, couldn’t even sit up in bed and I,m not tall.
Thatched cottages have many charms and we have visitors who choose to return again and who comment extremely positively about their stay with no issues as noted in previous reviews. It was good to meet you all and we hope you enjoyed your visit to Derbyshire.
Charming, just perfect
This is a wonderful place for a relaxing break, just the tonic! Beautiful cottage in a stunning location, ideal base for the Derbyshire Dales. Lovely warm welcome from the owners Cynthia & David. Thank you, I’m sure we will return at some point
Just loved the position, the cottage and the very hospitable owners.
Fabulous cottage in the country
What a pleasure. The cottage is quaint, with chocolate box beauty. Cynthia and David are lovely. Extremely, hospitable. We enjoyed our stay immensely. Definitely, will return in the future.
Thank you, for a memorable holiday.
The cottage is so beautiful and in an idyllic setting! Tranquil and calm.
Highly recommended. Very clean and well stocked cottage. Perfectly situated for exploring Derbyshire. 😊�
What a beautiful cottage. Everything you could wish for including big fluffy white.towels in the bathrooms. The owners made us and the dog very welcome and we were spoiled for choice as there is lots to.see and do locally. We cannot recommend this cottage too highly - wonderful.
Many thanks for your comments,it was a pleasure to have you all and Molly to our thatched home in Derbyshire, you were such a happy foursome and we are so thrilled you found 'Little Thatched Cottage' so welcoming, very best wishes to you all.
Manchester Airport(45 miles) and East Midlands Airport (15 miles) The use of a car is essential as nearest amenities, shops, pubs etc. are up to one mile away.
The nearest village is three quarters of a mile away. The cottage is situated equidistant between Ashbourne, Belper and Wirksworth all four miles away.
The local shop is two miles away for newspapers, milk etc. Carsington reservoir is three miles away where there are visitors shops, cycle hire,children’s playground, sailing club, bird sanctuary and delightful walks. The stately homes of Kedleston, Chatsworth House, Sudbury Hall and Haddon Hall are all within easy reach as is Bakewell famous for its Bakewell tarts.