- Sports & activity
- DVD player
- Linen provided
- Log Fire
- Golf within 30km
- Horse Riding
- Ideal for honeymoons
- Pet Friendly
- Short breaks available
This beautiful period cottage is bursting with character, from stone flagged floors and exposed wooden beams to original fireplaces and a working range. These charming features combine with contemporary comforts and stunning local views to create an idyllic Peak District retreat. Featured in the Sunday Times as one of the 50 Coolest Cottages in the UK and in the Guardian Travel 'Cool Holiday Cottages' feature where it as names as one of the most stylish and characterful hideaways in the Peak District.
Completely restored but with a heritage feel, Jack’s Cottage is located in the picturesque village of Longnor, in the heart of the Peak District National Park, and it is an excellent base from which to explore the many delights of the region. The cottage has been thoughtfully restored, with a perfect balance of original features and up-to-date mod cons, and it has everything you could need for a relaxing and stress-free break. Snuggle up by the fire, sit in the garden enjoying the views or get out and explore this beautiful part of the world, with its sensational scenery, quaint market towns and magnificent National Trust houses. This is a sublime setting for a romantic getaway.
The Peak District is renowned for its beauty and it is a haven for ramblers, climbers and cyclists, whatever the weather. The village of Longnor has a choice of pubs, a well-stocked village store, a Post Office, a craft centre with a coffee shop, a tea room and a fish and chip shop. Further afield, the Peak District is packed with things to see and do. Visit the Opera House, Georgian Crescent and Royal Stables in Buxton, explore famous Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall or the National Trust properties Hardwick Hall, Kedleston Hall and Calke Abbey, or wander round the parks and gardens at Ilam, Biddulph Grange and Lyme Hall. Alternatively, while away an afternoon in the market towns of Bakwell and Ashbourne, sit in a tea room in Tissington or Eyam, take on the High Peak and Manifold cycle trails, or stop in at Poole's Cavern or the Blue John Mines at Castleton. Never a dull moment!
From Buxton, take the A515 south signposted Ashbourne. After 4 miles turn right onto the B5053 signposted Longnor. Follow the road into the village and turn left opposite the school into Church Street. From Derby, take the A52 to Ashbourne and then the A515 North through the town centre signposted Buxton. After approximately 11 miles turn left onto an unnamed road signposted Hurdlow, Crowdecote and Longnor. Follow the road to the Market Square in the village centre. Turn right at the crossroads and then opposite the School turn right into Church Street. Park anywhere along this road. Queen Street is first on the right after the Church
Several pubs in Longnor
Lots of market towns in the area
The cottage has one bedroom with a double bed, wooden floorboards and a decorative original stone fireplace, as well as an adjacent shower room. The living room features a working cast iron range fire, a stone flagged floor and exposed wooden beams. It includes a dining table with seating for two, a sofa (which can be converted into a small double bed for occasional guests), a digital flatscreen TV with Freeview, a DVD player and a CD player/radio. The kitchen, which opens directly onto the patio and enclosed garden, has an electric cooker, a refrigerator with ice box, a microwave, a toaster and kettle and an iron and ironing board, as well as all the necessary crockery, cutlery, glassware and cooking utensils.
Outside the cottage there is an enclosed, sunny, private garden and patio, with garden furniture and a BBQ for the summer months.
All bedding and towels are provided and there is a hair dryer for your use. Dogs may be accepted by prior arrangement at the time of booking and for an additional