Thursday 28 October 2021

Tom & Douglas' Barns, Parwich, Ashbourne, Derbyshire (Sleeps 1-2)

Tom's & Douglas' Barns are situated in Parwich, Derbyshire. Both of the holiday cottages are ideal for a romantic break in the beautiful Peak Park countryside.

Tom’s Barn is our dog-friendly self-catering holiday accommodation for two. We kept as much of the original structure as we could & furnished it with a blend of antique and modern. The galleried bedroom is airy, light and warm. Over the luxury bed are two sky lights - with blackout blinds for when you don't want to stargaze. The en suite bathroom has a very special bath, sometimes irreverently called the love tub, which is deeper and cosier than most. The sitting room with a big gable window is open to the rafters & the kitchen is extremely well equipped.

Outside there is a table and a couple of chairs, an ideal spot for enjoying a quiet drink in the evening sun after a long walk in the surrounding countryside. You also have your own garden area, behind a living willow hedge, with a brand new Pepe table and two chairs, plus a Weber charcoal barbecue for your own use.

Douglas’s Barn is in a wonderful south-facing sun trap. You will find a tea tray to welcome you when you arrive, with freshly baked homemade cake or biscuits. The sitting room has a 'burning pebbles' electric fire set into the wall, a flat-screen TV & a bookcase with masses of local information, maps, games and novels. The kitchen is impressively equipped, and the peaceful bedroom is found up the spiral stairs. The en suite bathroom is beautifully warm with a heated towel rail to ensure you can step right out of the bath and into a wonderfully warm and dry fluffy towel. The whirlpool bath with power shower above is fairly spacious if you feel like sharing the bathwater!

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