Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Dogs welcome at no extra charge but are to remain downstairs and off the furniture. Dogs must be notified when enquiring
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
A well equipped, well presented cottage in a stunning part of the word. If you want to get away from it all, Wetton is perfect. But if you really don’t do remote, look elsewhere.
Poorly maintained and housekeeping
Beautiful, interesting area and property
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the Stone Cottage in Wetton, in the Peak District. Felt cozy but also spacious. Many great opportunities for biking, hiking and sightseeing. Just seeing the beautiful scenery every day was uplifting.
Plenty of room, very comfortable and very clean.
Well equipped kitchen and secure garden. Would definitely recommend for walkers with or without a dog.
Excellent family holiday
We had a lovely week in Stone Cottage - it was very clean, well appointed and spacious. The village was quite and peaceful but had a decent pub and a great little cafe in the church hall. Excellent walking from the village and we cycled the Manifold and Tissington trails with our boys. Great holiday.
Lovely week in Wetton
What a lovely place Wetton is and such a special cottage to spend time in. Very cosey and warm and conveniently situated for lovely scenic country and views across the peaks. Also very close (easy ambling distance) to the local pub (Royal Oak) which has a great selection of beers and good pub food. Highly reccommended. We will hope to stay there again when visiting the area. Thank you Mike for a wonderful holiday.
Kevin, Julie & Dexterdog
Of all the beauty spots in the Peak District, this western corner where it merges with the Staffordshire Moorlands is one of its hidden gems. The pretty village of Wetton is little changed from a time when most of its cottages were the homes of agricultural labourers, when farming was more labour intensive. The jumble of lush interlocking hills that tumble over one other to form the Manifold valley is one of the natural world’s great wonders, and from nearby Thor’s Cave you’ll get a magnificent bird’s-eye view of the scene that will have you gasping with pleasure (and possibly pain too – it’s a steep-ish climb up).
It’s very easy to just explore: all the footpaths, bridleways, and lanes are clearly marked. The area is perfect for exploring