Until the early 1900s it had been the home of the local blacksmith for severalhundred years - the forge was next door and is now converted to a house - the cottage still retains much of its old period charm:
large oak beam fireplace with a cast iron open fire.
thick limestone walls with deep recessed windows
walls that slope outwards downstairs and inwards upstairs and hardly a "right angle" in the house to be found!
Even though the cottage is several hundred years old it now has all the comforts of modern living which include:-
Gas central heating (with annual gas safety certificate)
1 double bedroom (full length bed x 4' 6" wide)
1 single bedroom (full length bed x 2' 6" wide)
Rayburn cast iron open hearth fire (logs and coal)
Modern kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, washer / dryer & fridge/freezer (washing line in garden area).
Internet WiFi throughout cottage
Fully fitted carpets throughout (vinyl in bathroom).
Colour TV (29" flatscreen SMART TV), DVD and SATELLITE free channels only (bring your own sky card if you want to watch all your usual paid channels).
Bath with electric shower over.
RCCD electrical safety circuit protection.
Smoke and CO alarms.
A small library full of walks and local interest books
Mobile phone reception in most parts of the cottage (depending on the network - O2 seems to work best)
There is a large private parking area (for 2 cars) with bbq and seating which is adjacent to the cottage.
The road outside the cottage is low traffic and access only.
There is internet WiFi in the cottage for emails and general browsing.
Accommodation consist of: 3 beds in 2 bedroom(s)
Weekly prices from: £260.00 to £575.00
Located in the centre of Higher Buxton postcode: NG3BD