This detached barn conversion is in the centre of Dronfield in Derbyshire and can sleep six people in two bedrooms.
This superb 17th century, Grade II listed detached cottage is situated on the edge of the village of Holmesfield, ten miles from Sheffield and sleeps fifteen people in five bedrooms.
An end of terrace barn conversion just one mile from Barlow, near Chesterfield, and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
An attractive 18th century stone cottage, sympathetically refurbished retaining original features including old black wood beams. On the edge of the Peak District and the city of Sheffield Chatsworth House, Hadden Hall, Hope, Castleton, Baslow and Bakewell all within easy reach, Dore village is steeped in history. Accomodation is offered with …
This spacious end of terrace cottage, just one mile from the village of Barlow, near Chesterfield, can sleep five people in two bedrooms.
This stunning property is an outstanding, Grade II listed converted stable in open countryside that sleeps up to seven people.
This lovely detached house sits in the centre of the village of Barrow Hill, near Chesterfield, and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
This splendid, ground floor, detached cottage on the outskirts of Chesterfield in the Peak District can sleep up to ten people in five bedrooms.
This charming detached cottage is in the village of Baslow and sleeps eight people in three bedrooms.
This detached cottage in the village of Baslow in the Peak District National Park can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
This semi-detached cottage is situated in the village of Baslow and can sleep two people.
This lovely cottage in Calver sleeps two people in one lower ground floor bedroom.
Bridge Foot Cottage is a beautifully refurbished and unique large stone property nestling on the banks of the River Derwent, in the pretty Peak District village of Baslow. Refurbished to a high standard, the cottage is just a 15 minute walk away from historic Chatsworth House and its surrounding park.
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