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Glossop, Derbyshire, England

Burnswark in Glossop, Derbyshire, England
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Wi.Fi. Open Fire. 4 Poster Bedroom. Two Adults only Large Flat Screen T.V.
Longdendale Valley And Trail 5 Minute Walk. . Situated In Hadfield ,Royston Vasey. Where They Filmed The League Of Gentlemen, near Glossop in the Peak District. The Spinners Pub with home made food is two minutes walk, at Sparrows Park. Sit in the leafy Norfolk Square and wine and dine or have a coffee on the outside tables.Book in at the Partington Players at the top of the square, our local live theatre. Swim in our Victorian swimming pool ,or see the Victorian buildings in Glossop or walk in our Parks, Howard and Manor, and play bowls or tennis there. Go to Old Glossop Where They Film ' The Village' with its Ancient Cross and Houses. The Globe pub on the main street is a music haven and cooks vegetarian food, as is the the Oakwood. The “Dark Peak” is a short walk away.Melandra Roman Fort,is at Melandra, Glossop.The old Salt road can be found at Woodhead.The old Pack horse route can be found at the start of Doctors Gate,at the Snake Pass.Doctors Gate refers to the local clergyman Dr Talbot who walked this way. The Dam Busters Dam at Ladybower is a short drive away. Buxton Spa and Opera House is a short drive. The Blue John mines are 30 mins drive. Kinder Scout is a short drive, the first National Park trespass took place here. Chatsworth House, Hadden Hall, and the Twisted Spire at Chesterfield along with Cromford Mill the Birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, Sir Richard Arkwrights mill, are all worth a visit. Local amenities include lots of good shops cafes, restaurants and local pubs within walking distance. Local Farmers Markets with local produce can be found on certain Saturdays on Glossop market ground. All within the Beautiful Peak District. The train will also take you to Manchester within 30 minutes if you wish to see Manchester.
Well appointed accommodation consists of 1 double bedroom with four poster bed, sitting room, Dining room, fully fitted kitchen ,Bathroom with corner bath / shower.
Sun Porch. 140ft garden with patio area.
Services Gas central heating with an open fire. Bed Linen and Towels Colour TV Radio / CD Player Fridge Dishwasher Washing Machine Drier Microwave Electric Oven.
Parking available for two cars on gated drive. Gardens to front and enclosed garden to rear. Garden Furniture.
We operate a NO smoking policy within the Bungalow for the convenience of all of our guests. Some Christmas decorations available, at Christmas.

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