Cosy cottage for two in the heart of the Peak District
With guests returning time after time, we are also thrilled that Jack's Cottage is one of five cottages in Derbyshire and the Peaks featured in the Guardian Travel series 'Cool holiday cottages' which highlights "the most stylish and characterful hideaways in the United Kingdom." April 2013. Don't miss Chatsworth House magically and magnificently transformed for their Christmas opening from Saturday 11th November until Sunday 7th January (excl. 24/25/26 Dec and Jan 1) Oh Dickens! It's Christmas **Next availability: Friday 5th January 2018.** Telephone 07800 969501 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Located in the picturesque village of Longnor in the heart of the Peak District and just a stone's throw from the Market Square, Jack's Cottage is a beautiful period holiday retreat offering quality accommodation with a heritage feel. Completely and thoughtfully restored this 'cosy country cottage for two' retains all the original character, with original stone flagged floors, exposed beams and a working open range fireplace, whilst also enjoying all the comforts of full central heating, a modern shower and all essential appliances. Accommodating two comfortably in one double bedroom, there is also the opportunity to accommodate occasional additional guests on the sofabed in the lounge.
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A haven for walkers, ramblers and cyclists whatever the weather, Longnor has a choice of pubs within easy reach, a well stocked village store, Post Office, Craft Centre with coffee shop, Cobbles tearoom and Fish and Chip shop. With Buxton and its Opera House, Georgian Crescent and Royal Stables, Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, National Trust properties, parks and gardens, delightful Peak District market towns and villages and the Tissington and High Peak cycle tracks all within easy reach, Jack's Cottage provides an excellent base from which to explore all that the Peak District with its spectacular scenery has to offer. (Please note: some sites and services subject to seasonal closures)