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Groom's Cottage Castleton Derbyshire

Entire cottage hosted by Denise
4 guests2 bedrooms3 beds1 bathroom
Entire home
You’ll have the cottage to yourself.
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House rules
The host doesn’t allow parties or smoking.
Groom’s Cottage is a lovely, spacious two-bedroom cottage, ideal for four people, with a stunning six foot wide king sized bed and adjoining twin bedroom with privacy room divider. This cottage with many of its original old beams still intact, comes with an upstairs bathroom with wc, shower and bath, has a large sitting room, dining area, is fully centrally heated and double glazed. The kitchen has all mod cons including full size cooker, fridge freezer, dishwasher and microwave.

The space
Guests can relax outside in their own seating area and nearby garden to take in the fabulous views across the Hope Valley; you can see Castleton and Peveril Castle from there and start you walks from the cottage door to the great ridge walk . Whilst you enjoy the beautiful scenery with a drink or two, feel free to use the barbecue which is available to our guests.
Our Cottage is great for a staycation, as a work-from-home alternative, or for families.
We do supply the following to help you stay safe
Disposable paper towels
Disposable gloves
Multi-surface cleaner
Disinfectant wipes or spray
Antibacterial hand sanitizer
Extra hand soap

Guest access
With plenty of parking space in front of the cottage, there’s no need to drive as there are amazing walks straight from your doorstep. From there you can take the footpath up to the ridge and to Lose Hill, Hollins Cross and the shivering Mountain that is Mam Tor. Spectacular views over the Hope Valley are aplenty. From there you can return to the farm through Castleton or pop down to Edale which is very pretty too. Castleton is only a fifteen minute walk from the cottage and has numerous high quality pubs and locally produced eateries and there’s much to see. More commonly known for its Blue John Mines, a must do visit is to walk to Peveril Castle which is steeped in history and has stunning views of the town and surrounding valley.

You can, of course, travel further afar as there is much to do in the Peak District whether walking, cycling or as a visiting sightseer - you’re spoilt for choice. You’ll want to enjoy one of the great days out in Derbyshire and the Peak District. There are many attractions in the area: beautiful Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall in the market town of Bakewell; the spar town of Buxton with its Opera House, beautiful Pavilion Gardens and Gallery in the Gardens annual event; and Matlock Bath which is nearby with stunning views from the Heights of Abraham and the Derwent Valley World Heritage Site that is Cromford Mills and the National Tramway Museum.

Other things to note
David & Denise live adjacent to the cottage so are always on hand to help.Social Distancing and Check in. We usually meet guests and give them a guided tour, we are now implementing a self-check in. you can still expect great service as we will be around if you need any help, but a safe 2 meter distance.
Help us by not arriving until after 5pm
If you arrive any earlier we cannot complete the extra cleaning.
There will be cleaning produce and sanitizers for you to use during your stay in the cottage.

As the cottage is nestled in the middle of a working farm and beautiful surroundings, well behaved dogs are welcome. With so many animals nearby, our beloved pets are excitable, we advise that they must be kept on a leash when walking in the Peaks and around the farm and ask that they do not go on the furniture upstairs and are not left unattended in the cottage..

Guests can not invite other guests over who are not part of the original booking.

Where possible we would be will be delighted to collect guests from the Hope railway station. This we will not be doing for the moment due to social distancing
If you are travelling on public transport we are more than happy to collect you from the train station in Hope or bus stop at the bottom of the lane, by prior arrangement. This we will resume as soon as possible with social distancing rules

We provide bread, butter, eggs, milk, tea , coffee,sugar, preserves and orange juice for a breakfast , so guests will not have to rush out and buy something. If you would like bacon etc. for a cooked breakfast we can order this in for you at a cost of £10


Here's what to expect when you come to stay Arrival
Our check in time is now slightly later at 5pm unless prearranged to enable us to carry out the extra cleaning measures
We will be operating a self-check in, but will be on hand at a social distance if you need any help
We will provide extra cleaning products and hand sanitiser to use during your stay
When you enter your Cottage please take your shoes off and leave in the entrance
We have removed non-essential items to reduce risk and make cleaning easier, but if you need anything let us know
Cleaning
In addition to our usual thorough cleaning routines we will be sanitizing all high touch surfaces with disinfectant spray
In the cottages all cutlery and crockery and glasses will be run through the dishwasher ready for your arrival
Remote controls are in a plastic bag to reduce risk
Laundry
We will provide pillows, duvets, sheets and towels as usual. If you feel happier bringing your own pillows and bedding just let us know
Linen and towels are washed at 60 degrees
Adhere to social distancing during your stay
Tell us immediately if you feel unwell
Before you leave open all the windows and give the toilets a final flush
Strip the beds and place linen and towels in the bags provided
Empty all rubbish bins
Experiences
Some of our local Peak District attractions won’t be open but there are plenty of wonderful walks from the door and you can still order take away from most of the pubs.

Bear in mind that you will probably need to pre-book tickets in advance to visit attractions which are open.
We are here to help
If you have any concerns or there is anything else you want to know please ask
Groom’s Cottage is a lovely, spacious two-bedroom cottage, ideal for four people, with a stunning six foot wide king sized bed and adjoining twin bedroom with privacy room divider. This cottage with many of its original old beams still intact, comes with an upstairs bathroom with wc, shower and bath, has a large sitting room, dining area, is fully centrally heated and double glazed. The kitchen has all mod cons inclu… read more

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds

Amenities

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable/satellite
Washing machine
Dryer
Bath
Patio or balcony
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

Accessibility

Well-lit path to entrance

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Castleton, England, United Kingdom

Scenic views from the cottage,on a working farm. Lots of wonderful walks from the farm. Chatsworth House, Lyme Park Eyam, Hadden Hall, Bakewell, Castleton caves and lots moreCastleton is a picturesque and historic village set within the beautiful landscape of the Peak District. It is famous for its Blue John mining history and has four show caves. The beautiful village has six pubs, cafes, shops, general stores, a post office and visitor centre. Peveril Castle overlooks the village, a walkers paradise . 'The Ridge' walk was vote on TV with Julia Bradbury as one of the top ten walks in the country. Winnats Pass, leading into the village, is describe by some as equal to the Cheddar Gorge

Hosted by Denise

Joined in October 2017
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My name is Denise, my husband David and I have farmed for over 37 years We are the modern day Shepherd and Milkmaid if needed we will be on hand to help make the most of your stay in the Peak National Park
During your stay
David and Denise aim to make your stay as fulfilling and enjoyable as possible. They have that Derbyshire warmth, are very friendly and love to chat to their guests. Whether it is at the time of booking or during your stay, they are more than happy to help with advice on good places to visit and information on local events that are not to be missed. Mind you, with the lure of the working farm on your doorstep, David is always on hand to explain the working life of a farmer and likes to give advice and information to guests – bottle feeding lambs in Spring is always very popular.
David and Denise aim to make your stay as fulfilling and enjoyable as possible. They have that Derbyshire warmth, are very friendly and love to chat to their guests. Whether it is…
Denise is a Superhost
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 17:00
Check out: 10:00
Self check-in with building staff
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Health & safety
Committed to Airbnb's enhanced cleaning process. Show more
Airbnb's social distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
No carbon monoxide alarm
May encounter potentially dangerous animals
Smoke alarm
Cancellation policy