The Stable at Parwich, large holiday barn for 2
4 Star Gold rated. A recently (2009) converted large Grade 2 luxury stable/barn sleeps 2. This original detached stable and barn has been finished to the highest standard and is situated in one of Derbyshire’s most admired and picturesque villages in
Romantic barn for 2, 4 Star Gold rated. A recently (2009) converted large Grade 2 luxury stable/barn sleeps 2. This original detached stable and barn has been finished to the highest standard and is situated in one of Derbyshire’s most admired and picturesque villages in the heart of the Peak District National Park.
“The Stable” is situated in the village of Parwich, behind “The Old Post Office” (where we live), and over looks a large garden and fields. On the ground floor there is the large super king bedroom, hallway with utility (washing machine and dryer), modern wet room bathroom, all with under floor heating.
Upstairs is a fully equipped kitchen and dining area, and large living room over looking the garden.
The building although recently converted retains the character and charm of the original stable, for example the bedroom actually features the original manger, flag stone and cobbled floor. Upstairs has oak floors throughout and retains the original barn perlins and stone work on the walls.
The accommodation is self catering however we provide:
• A welcome hamper with, tea, milk, bread and eggs (from our chickens)
• Bed linen
• Tea towels
• Hair dryer
• Washing up liquid, dish washer tablets, soap
• Basic cooking items such as oil, salt and pepper
Availability and Prices
Prices vary through out the yearfrom £250 in low season to £530 in peak season.
The Stable is available on a weekly basis from a Friday, 3pm check-in.
Short breaks are taken either Fri-Mon or Mon-Fri.
We accept Cheques or Internet Banking Transfers. All reservations require an initial deposit of £100 and full payment 6 weeks prior to arrival.
If on the off chance we have last minute availability we will expect advance payment in full.
Parwich is about a 10 minute drive north of Ashbourne. It is ideally located for those who enjoy walking, cycling, horse riding, water sports (at Carsington Reservoir), golf, fishing, and generally exploring the beauty of the Peak District National Park. From Parwich there are several short or long walks, for example a walk to the beautiful village of Tissington where you can stop in the tea rooms for lunch or afternoon tea. Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Keddleston Hall, Bakewell and Buxton are all within a half an hours drive from Parwich. Parwich itself has a village pub serving food at lunch and dinner, a shop (in the pub), a park and bus stop.