Derwent View Bamford
Derwent View is a superb detached, four star self-catering holiday accommodation which sleeps 6 people, with spectacular views. The property is maintained by the family and has 3 double bedrooms, (2 with en-suite facilities and 1 twin bedded room).
Derwent View is a superb detached, self- catering holiday accommodation which SLEEPS 6 PEOPLE, with spectacular views. The property is maintained by the family and has 3 double bedrooms, (2 with en-suite facilities and 1 twin bedded room). There is a lounge, hall, kitchen, dining room, and an extra bathroom, with toilet, bath and washbasin. All rooms are on the ground level. There's a garage and private, gated well-maintained gardens, with patio and barbeque facilities.
£315 - £595 per week, dependent on the time of year. Short Breaks available.
Derwent View sleeps up to 6 people.
To make a booking please consult the grid below or telephone to check the availability of the preferred dates. A deposit of £50 per week is requested, with the balance to be paid on arrival.
Your booking will be confirmed within 7 days.
Normal bookings to Saturday. Arrival time 4 pm. Departure time 10 am.
Discounts for 2 people.
Please do not hesitate to contact Joyce or Paul, if you would like more information.
Derwent View is situated at the edge of the village of Bamford within the beautiful unspoilt Peak District. It has charm of its own. The nearby market towns of Buxton, Chesterfield, Bakewell, and Glossop are 30 minutes away by car. Attractive villages nearby include Castleton, Hope, Hathersage, Eyam, Grindleford and Edale.
Bamford is situated in the Upper Derwent Valley and is close to the sites of the lost villages of Derwent and Ashopton, which were demolished when the Ladybower Dam was built. The other two dams, Howden and Derwent reservoirs, further up the valley, are known for their breathtaking beauty.
During the Second World War the Dambuster squadron practiced using the famous bouncing bombs on these reservoirs.
Bamford village has a village green, a small primary school, and a village Institute. There is also a golf course, tennis club, recreation ground, post office, country store, bakery, 2 good pubs with restaurants, garden centre, petrol station, and 3 small churches.
Outdoors pursuits include; fly fishing, pony trekking, gliding and golfing. You can hire bicycles at the nearby Fairholmes Visitors Centre, which is about 1 and half miles away. For cycle hire and guided rides try Peak Tours.
Hope Valley is wonderful for walking and for visiting lots of historical villages. It is an area for world famous rock-climbing and has lots of natural rock formations. Also the nearby village of Castleton is the home of the unique and famous Blue John Stone which is used to make jewellery.
Further accommodation details
We supply ready meals and keep them in the freezer. They are from our local country market. We sell them at cost, for our customers added value, while on holiday.
Visit Britain Quality Assurance Standard grades Derwent View with 4 Stars. It has full central heating and all fuel and power is included in the rent as are the bed linen and towels. Other facilities include two colour TVs, DVD, radio, payphone, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, and tumble dryer. Outside there are enclosed lawned gardens, patio, and garden furniture, and barbeque, use of garage, also parking area for the cars.