Butterfield Cottage, Tideswell, Peak District, Derbyshire, England - sleeps 6
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Enjoyed the Peak District from this central local. Be sure to enjoy the Mechants Yard for dinner and the Anchor Pub. Enjoyed the Tideswell Dale to Millers Dale trail and the Anglers Rest pub. Saw Chatsworth, Haddon Hall, Lea Gardens 500 varieties of rhododendron, Longshaw trails, Bakewell, Castleton/Cavedale trail, and the beautiful wood carvings of John the Baptist Church there in Tideswell.
Warm,comfortable and clean.
Excellent view, well maintained cottage with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and w. central v.g.heating.
Highly recommended- hope to go again!
Thank you for your excellent review, it would be a pleasure to welcome you back to Butterfield Cottage
Well worth a try
This cottage was gutted and cleverly designed so that the downstairs is spacious, but upstairs is slightly cramped for 6. It is on the edge of the village, but still only a brisk five minuted to the shops, so is nice and peaceful
Thank you for your review and kind note left on departure. I am delighted you had 'a very nice break' at Butterfield Cottage and found the local village pubs to be 'very good'. The bedrooms are cosy and well furnished and I was very pleased your party found the 'beds very comfortable'.
Butterfield cottage Tideswell
I would definitely recommend this cottage. It is spacious for 6, homely, well equipped and spotlessly clean. Information from owners was clear and accurate and they made it easy to book etc. We went in deepest winter and the cottage was lovely and warm.
The area is stunning. Amazing walks from the doorstep and Tideswell has a handy, inexpensive local store plus excellent pubs and cafes for food. It's a really pretty village. We plan to return!
Thank you very much for your splendid review. I am delighted you had a good holiday and it will be a pleasure to welcome you back to Butterfield Cottage in the future.
A lovely cottage in a great location. Lots of local amenities and a great base for the peaks.
Manages to be spacious and cosy at the same time!! Was lovely and clean and the tea and biscuits left for us where a great touch. Well equipped kitchen with dishwasher.
The owner was very easy to deal with and responded to all queries very promptly.
The nearest airport is Manchester which is approximately 45 minutes. East Midlands Airport is also only 50 minutes away. Robin Hood Airport in Doncaster is just over 1 hour away.
Birmingham Airport is also just over 1 hour away.
The nearest main train station is Chesterfield which is 30 minutes away. Sheffield railway station is 45 minutes away from the cottage and Buxton station is 15 minutes away.
Car parking is on street outside the cottage or use the free car park just behind.
Bakeswell is 6 miles, Castleton is 5 miles and Buxton is 7 miles from Tideswell.
Chatsworth House is 15 minutes drive. Alton Towers is an hour. Sheffield is 20 miles and Manchester is 25 miles.
Tideswell does not suffer from the maddening crowds and is a peaceful central location to explore the magic of the Peak District National Park
The Peak District offers stunning scenery and breathtaking landscapes for you to enjoy and explore. The Village of Tideswell stands in heart of the Peak District national park. Famous for its fine church known as 'The Cathedral of the Peaks', the village is also noted for its well dressing and carnival wakes. There is excellent walking and outdoor pursuits including cycling and climbing and the Monsal trail is close by. Millers Dale is just outside the village, Mam Tor, Castleton, Chatsworth House and Gardens including a farmyard and adventure playground for the children and Bakewell famous for it's 'Bakewell Pudding' are nearby, the spa town of Buxton is within a 15 minute drive.
The village has 3 great local pubs, a cracking cafe, chemist, family butchers, bakers, greengrocers, fish and chip shop and a Co-Op supermarket which is open 7 days a week until 10pm most nights! We actively encourage guests to use the local shops and drink the local ale to keep the village sustainable.