High Barn Cottage Ashbourne Derbyshire
An introduction to High Barn Cottage Parwich
- 2+ Bath/Shower Rooms
- Disabled Access
- Open Fire or Stove
- Scenic Location
- Dog/Pet Friendly
- Family Friendly
High Barn cottage located in the village of Parwich is available for holiday lets for up to seven or eight people Available for weekly lets in peak season and weekend or midweek lets off peak
High Barn cottage, located in the village of Parwich, is available for holiday lets for up to seven or eight people. Available for weekly lets in peak season and weekend or midweek lets off peak. Pets by arrangement. Wifi available.
Prices range from £330 to £650 depending on dates -
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The cottage will easily cater for seven/eight people (plus cot). Accommodation consists of: a kitchen, livingroom, four bedrooms, sittingroom/bedroom, two bathrooms and a garage and garden. Downstairs bedroom and bathroom are suitable for use by those with restricted mobility.
Further details of the house below.
Entrance - Large entrance hall
Bootroom - Provides an area to store coats and shoes; tumble drier
Kitchen - Electric hob, oven, fridge, microwave, dish washer, toaster, kettle and kitchenware
Livingroom - Television, Hi-Fi & radio; dining-table and sofas
Bathroom - With toilet, sink, bath
Sittingroom - Futon Sofabed chair - converts to double bed
Bedroom 1 - Double bed
Bedroom 2 - Single bed
Bedroom 3 - Bunkbed (two single beds)
Bedroom 4 - Double bed
Bathroom - With toilet, sink and shower unit
Outside there is adequate parking for up to four cars. Garage for storing bikes etc. Behind and to the side of the house there is a garden.
- Bedding and bed-linen included
- Bread maker
High Barn and the village of Parwich form an ideal location from which to explore the beautiful and diverse Peak District and Derbyshire Dales. The Parish Church of St Peter dates back for centuries, and its origins are shrouded in mystery. Features from the original church on this site can be found in the present building. In addition to offering family holidays, the area is popular with ramblers, mountain-bikers and climbers.