Tahoe Cottage Tideswell
Pet friendly cottage, sleeps 4, located on a quiet lane on the edge of Tideswell, “Cathedral of the Peak” and just 5 minutes stroll to village centre. Secluded walled garden.
After a full programme of refurbishment, Tahoe Cottage in Tideswell is now available for bookings.
* The cottage is available for any length of stay.
* Weekly prices range from £199 in the low season to £380 at peak times.
* 3 nights Short Breaks from £150 in the low season to £285 at peak times.
* Last minute short breaks are 65% of the weekly rate.
* Bed linen and towels included.
* No charge for heat and light.
* Gas central heating and "living coal" fire.
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Tahoe is a two bedroom cottage, built 20 years ago on the site of a single storey shop. It shares the charm of the old cottages on either side, but it has all the comforts of a modern building.
The sitting room has two comfortable two-seater sofas, "living coal" fire, tv with freeview, cd player, video player and a large collection of books of all kinds. There are several fine paintings and a questionable collection of pots and statues.
A conservatory has been added to the back of the house.
The kitchen is well equipped with cooker, microwave, dishwasher, fridge-freezer and washer. The dining table is by the front window, and the kitchen door opens into the back garden. There is a staircase which leads to the larger garden, which runs along the back of the cottage, and part of the cottage next door, at roof height. The sunny garden is sheltered by a wall on two sides and has a patio with garden furniture, a lawn and flower beds.
Each bedroom has a double bed, and ample storage space, with windows overlooking the valley.
The newly refitted shower room has a superb walk-in shower, vanity unit and wc.
* One well behaved dog is welcome.
* Parking is on the road outside the cottage.
* Sorry, but smoking is not permitted.
Tahoe is on a quiet lane on the edge of Tideswell. There are no buildings opposite and there is a secluded walled garden along the back of the cottage. The village centre, with pubs, cafes, newsagent, chemist, Post Office and a small supermarket are five minutes (400m) stroll away. The Parish Church of St John the Baptist is known, because of its size and splendour, as the “Cathedral of the Peak”.
Tideswell is an ideal centre for exploring Derbyshire and the White Peak. There are local walks, only a few minutes drive away, on the old railway tracks along the Wye Valley. Further afield (15 minutes drive) are delightful little towns like Castleton, with its castle and caverns, and Bakewell, with its quiet river and bustling market. A little further away (20 minutes drive) is Chatsworth House, and the less famous but equally beautiful Haddon Hall. The area is noted for climbing, pot-holing and longer distance walking.