Thursday 25 August 2022

Vicarage Cottage, Hollinsclough, Buxton, Derbyshire, Peak District National Park (Sleeps 1-5)

Vicarage Cottage at Hollinsclough, near Buxton, sleeps five and is part of what was once the Parsonage and then the Vicarage of the village. With the Methodist chapel beside it, it has featured in much of the Peak District literature over the years.

The bright and cheerful south-facing sitting room was once the room where the Vicar or Parson would have received his parishioners and entertained. On entering, one is drawn to the sash windows with their attractive shutters and mouldings. With its fireplace and panelled doors, this is a delightful room to relax and unwind. (The open fire can be used and firewood will be provided.) There is a TV, DVD player and stereo in this room.

There is an opening off the sitting room with a small study area.

The welcoming traditional kitchen is well equipped with a large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, clothes washer, sandwich toaster and a microwave oven. There is a large table that can seat six comfortably. Facing East, this room gets the morning sun.

Above the sitting room is an airy double bedroom with two sash windows. There are three beds two of which can be grouped as a double. The room has a loo, basin en suite and a second TV.

A second double bedroom also looks out towards Crome Hill.

The bathroom has another loo, a bath with a shower attachment, an electric shaver facility above the basin, and an electric towel rail.

Hollinsclough is a charming friendly village in the remarkable country where the sounds are the distant rumble of a passing tractor, cows and chickens going about their daily life and the stream running down to the River Dove.

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