3 bedrooms, excellent central location, parking included
About Jemma Beagrie
We are a local couple and the cottage has been in our family for 20 years. We are Derbyshire born and bred with strong family ties to the area and have worked in the leisure, tourism and hospitality industries all of our lives. These factors have led us to develop a small portfolio of independently operated businesses in the local area, including The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop.
Jemma Beagrie purchased this Cottage in 1998
Why Jemma Beagrie chose Bakewell
We grew up locally and still live in the area and wanted to give others the opportunity to experience Bakewell and all its surroundings have to offer for themselves. Our cottage is in the heart of Bakewell, a popular market town in the Peak District National Park, surrounded by natural beauty. The cottage and area are quintessentially English - we believe there really is no better place to stay!
What makes this Cottage unique
Our cottage is traditional, stone-built and homely with an unrivaled location in the heart of the town. It is on a pretty, quiet row right next to the church and within a stone's throw of some fantastic local eateries, walks and the River Wye. We have lovingly restored the cottage so that it retains its traditional character, but boasts luxury modern features.
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Beautiful home, centrally located. Extremely clean. Easy walking distance to shops. Fantastic breakfast. Did not want to leave this morning. Would highly recommend this place. We would love to come back some time in the future and rent for a month, or two!
Excellent property in good location
Exactly as described.
Decoration, cleanliness and facilities excellent.
Responsive and supportive owner.
Good secure car parking 1 minute walk from property.
Lovely cottage perfectly located
The cottage had everything we needed for our stay. Very clean and kitchen was really well equipped. Breakfast was an added bonus. We weren’t expecting to take advantage of it as we had our dog but Jemma kindly booked us a table on the courtyard. Only a few minutes walk to the centre and plenty of lovely running routes around. Thanks for a lovely stay.
Jemma's just raised the bar for our expectations on holiday rentals. Really hard to beat hospitality and such a cute village and base for exploring the Peaks. THANK YOU!
Perfect cottage base for a Peak District holiday
We had a lovely bank holiday weekend stay in this house. Clean and spacious cottage and really well appointed. Perfect base for exploring the Peak District and Bakewell itself is a lovely town with plenty of places to explore. Within 20ish minutes drive of Chatsworth, Haddon Hall, Matlock, Buxton etc. The welcome basket was a lovely treat on arrival and the extras like wi-fi and Netflix etc were great for keeping our toddler entertained during time spent in the house. Breakfasts in the original Bakewell pudding shop were scrumptious and the vouchers were much appreciated. Parking was super convenient and close by (1min walk). Would be more than happy to stay here again and will definitely recommend to family and friends. Thanks for a lovely stay!
What a beautiful cottage! It’s spacious, clean, modern but also has character. The hosts had thought of everything, from the lovely welcome basket, to the fab breakfasts to the logs for a cosy fire. The cottage is in a great central location and the parking space was an added bonus (just a few mins walk away). Thank you for a perfect stay.
Bakewell, The Peak District and Surrounding Area
No. 1 Chapel Row is in the heart of Bakewell, one of the most popular historic market towns in the Peak District National Park. You are a just a minute’s stroll from the town centre, which is well served with amenities such as pubs, cafes, gift shops, a museum and more.
You are just a short drive or bus ride away from Chatsworth House (10 minutes), Haddon Hall (10 minutes) and the historic spa town of Buxton (20 minutes) - breathtaking places to explore right on the doorstep.
Alternatively, head off on foot (or two wheels) to take in the scenic views and dramatic landscape offered by the Peak District - the UK’s first national park, designated in 1951.
The nearby Monsal Dale is an excellent example of the Derbyshire countryside, with opportunities to stroll along the meandering riverbank, enjoy a picnic or hire a bike. Monsal Head, directly above Monsal Dale, is one of the most famous and photographed viewpoints in Derbyshire.
Alternatively embark on a walk from the doorstep through Lathkil Dale; head for nearby Baslow and follow an old coach road to Curbar Gap; climb gently via village roads and field paths to Little and Great Longstone or simply stroll around the undulating acres of the Chatsworth Estate and keep an eye out for the deer and sheep roaming free. The possibilities are endless.