End Cottage is a 300 years old cottage with exposed beams and a traditional Derbyshire gritstone fireplace, but has all the modern facilities for a relaxing stay. The cottage is very cosy with a log-burning stove and full central heating and is furnished and equipped to the highest standards. The spacious double bedroom upstairs has a comfortable king-size bed. The excellent village shop and popular local pubs are just a short stroll from End Cottage and there are many beautiful walks right from the doorstep. There is free WiFi at the cottage.
End Cottage in Ashford In The Water Nr. Bakewell, Derbyshire Dales, England - Beautiful Village Perfect Base For Walking and Relaxin
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Verynice small cottage in lovely location
Cosy convenient cottage
Ideally situated cottage on a quiet street in a lovely village in the Peak District with easy access to the main routes to Bakewell and further afield. Parking was available across the street. From a practical perspective has all the expected utensils and items that one would need in a self-catering home with a lot of little touches that make it more homely. We would definitely recommend as a place to stay.
great cottage, great location for walks and pubs
The cottage is absolutely lovely. Really cosy and well equipped. We loved the log burning stove! The owners were great, responded really quickly to any queries and were incredibly helpful.
Warm, cosey & comfortable cottage
We enjoyed our stay in Ashford & End Cottage very much. We particularly enjoyed the food at the 2 pubs, The Bull and the Ashford Hotel which were both just 2 minutes walk away, so no driving, although the area has a number of other eating pubs within a couple of miles or so.
Derbyshire is a great county to visit whatever time of year - we always find places to visit. The cottage has a very comfortable bed, so a great night's sleep guaranteed!
We didn't want it to come to an End
What a great find! End Cottage in Ashford is a beautiful old cottage for two with everything that you need to have a great holiday. It was clean, well cared for and felt like home as soon as we were in the door! Lucy and Mike have obviously taken pride in presenting the cottage so attractively allowing its character to get under your skin. We enjoyed the stay so much that we have already booked it for two weeks next year. Thanks for a lovely week in End Cottage. James and Beccy Mead
Lovely country cottage in Derbyshire
A lovely cottage in a very pretty village. Plenty of places for walks and the weather was very kind to me during my stay. Not far into Bakewell which was a very interesting place to visit. Loved my stay and found it relaxing in the evenings on my return from my daily tours
End Cottage is about half an hour by road from Chesterfield/ M1 and 20 minutes from Matlock and Buxton.
There is a regular bus service.
Chesterfield and Matlock both have train stations
Manchester and east Midlands airports are both about one hour by car
Bakewell is 2 miles. Buxton is 10 miles. Chatsworth 5 miles. Monsal Head 1.5 miles. Haddon Hall 4 miles. Matlock 10 miles Eyam plague village 2 miles, Tideswell 3, Chatsworth 7, Hathersage 6, Longshaw Country Park 8, Castleton 8, Matlock 14, Ladybower reservoirs 9, Monsall Head viaduct and the Monsal Trail 2, Lathkill Dale 8, Buxton 11, Ashbourne 27.
Stanage Edge (Pride & Prejudice) 9, Curbar Edge 5, Longstone Edge 3, Bretton Edge 1 mile.
Ashford in the Water is situated in the heart of the Peak District and is a pretty village on the banks of the River Wye. It is famous for its Well Dressings, Medieval Sheepwash Bridge and beautiful old parish church, Holy Trinity. Ashford has 2 village pubs, The Ashford Arms and The Bull's Head both serving food, along with a restaurant, tea room, post office and a well stocked village shop which is a delicatessen, grocer and newsagent.
The village is surrounded by the spectacular open countryside of The White Peak and Derbyshire Dales, which is ideal for walking, cycling and many other outdoor pursuits.
The historic market towns of Bakewell, Buxton and Chesterfield are worth a visit. Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are among the many excellent attractions nearby.