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Clough Head Cottage





Description:

Cosy, clean and comfortable, Clough Head Cottage is a traditional Peak District stone cottage, part of our farmhouse.

It is a perfect place to relax after a day’s walking, cycling or sightseeing in the beautiful White Peak region of the Peak District National Park. Clough Head is on the side of a ridge which divides the Upper Dove and Manifold rivers, with the White Peak on one side and the Staffordshire Moorlands on the other. Situated in a beautiful spot looking across to Hollins Hill and Chrome Hill, there are scenic walks and cycle routes from the door, and outstanding attractions a short drive away.

Facilities Include: 2 Bedrooms, Sitting Room, Kitchen/Diner, Bathrrom, Utility, Patio Garden, Parking spaces, TV, DVD, Music system, WiFi, Lockable bicycle storage, Wildflower meadow.



Location:

Clough Head is on the side of a ridge which divides the Upper Dove and Manifold rivers, with the White Peak on one side and the Staffordshire Moorlands on the other. Situated in a beautiful spot looking across to Hollins Hill and Chrome Hill, there are scenic walks and cycle routes from the door, and outstanding attractions a short drive away. The nearby picturesque village of Longnor has a good local store, a post office/store, a pub serving food, an excellent fish and chip shop, two cafés and an arts and craft centre.

The elegant spa town of Buxton with its pavilion, opera house and ornamental gardens and parks, its yearly festival and range of music and plays and fabulous free events through the year, is a short drive away. Leek with its antique shops and busy market is a similar distance in the opposite direction.

Also within easy driving distance are the magnificent stately homes of Chatsworth and Haddon Hall, the attractive Peak towns of Bakewell, Ashbourne, Matlock, the villages of Hartington (an excellent place for visitors on foot or wheeled transport) and Eyam with its historic plague story, the beautiful National Trust gardens at Biddulph Grange, the Castleton caverns, adventure at Alton Towers, and stunning Dovedale.

Walkers and mountain bikers have a range of inspirational routes to choose from, with superb views without too much effort from Chrome, Hollins and Parkhouse Hills to the North-East, Axe Edge to the North-West, the Roaches and Blackshaw Rocks to the South-West, and Sheen Hill and High Wheeldon to the South-East. This area is famous for its cycle trails, especially the High Peak and Tissington trails, the Manifold track and parts of the National Cycle Network.

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