Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
Converted from the old rectory coach house, Mews cottage is set in a lovely walled garden in the village of Tansley Matlock.
This is a pleasant village with three good pubs which serve food. Nearby Matlock provides a variety of shops including a supermarket, many cafes and restaurants, a swimming pool and a pleasant park. The resort of Matlock Bath is 3 miles from the cottage.
Also within easy reach is the Peak District National Park, the market town of Bakewell, many stately homes such as Chatsworth and Haddon, Alton Towers, the National Tramway Museum and the famous towns and cities of the North Midlands.
Mews Cottage offers 1 twin bedded room, 1 Z-bed, bathroom, large sitting/dining room, well-fitted kitchen/diner.
No smoking in the cottage but guests are welcome to smoke on the covered patio and in the garden.
A non returnable £40 deposit is payable on confirmation of booking. A 'No Smoking' cottage
Nearest shop is 1 1/2 miles from cottage.
Please contact the owner using the telephone number advertised
For 2014 between 11th October to 1st April 2015.
5 nights reduced from £200 to £180
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