Overdale Cottage Youlgreave
4 star rated - Overdale Cottage is a beautiful 200 year old former lead miner’s cottage in the heart of the Peak District National Park...
Overdale Cottage is a beautiful 200 year old former lead miner’s cottage in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Set in a stunning location tucked away down a cobbled footpath on the side of Bradford Dale in the picturesque village of Youlgreave.
A superb and very spacious one bedroom cottage, it is full of character with exposed beams and stonework, original gritstone fireplace with woodburning stove and full gas central heating. Complimentary WiFi.
The roof terrace and gravelled garden have breathtaking views over Bradford Dale and beyond – the perfect place to unwind with a glass of wine or cup of tea after a day spent walking or sightseeing.
With numerous walks straight from the door to Bradford Dale, Middleton Dale, Lathkill Dale National Nature Reserve, Elton, Over Haddon, Robin Hood’s Stride and many more, Overdale Cottage is perfectly situated to explore the whole of the Peak District and is within easy reach of Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Bakewell and Matlock.
Youlgreave has three superb pubs all serving excellent food and a wide variety of beers and wines including locally brewed ales. There is a butcher’s/delicatessen and a general store/post office.
The Peak District has something for everyone, such as several excellent cycling trails including the High Peak Trail, the Monsal Trail and the Upper Derwent Valley taking in the beautiful reservoirs and dams of Ladybower, Howden and Derwent as well as fine golf courses and excellent fishing and water sports facilities.
Tariff & Availability
Overdale sleeps two people
Weekend and short breaks available too - please telephone for details.
Feel at home in the spacious and comfortable beamed sitting room with exposed limestone walls, original gritstone fireplace and woodburning stove. There is a comfortable suite, flat screen TV with Freesat digital TV with over 100 channels, DVD player, radio/CD player and a very good selection of walking books as well as several books of local interest and information. Complimentary WiFi.
To the rear of the sitting room is the dining area with cast iron radiator and feature spiral staircase which leads to the bedroom and separate bathroom which has a full suite with shower over the bath.
The separate kitchen with beamed ceiling and exposed stone wall is extremely well-equipped with plenty of crockery and cutlery, pots and pans, oven and hob, fridge with 4-star freezer compartment, microwave, washing machine and combination gas boiler which gives full central heating and constant hot water.
A stable door from the kitchen opens up to a small courtyard area with steps leading up to the gravelled garden and roof terrace which has incredible views over the dale. There is a patio table and chairs and also a garden bench where you can sit and while away the hours with a glass of wine or cup of tea.