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36 Log Cabins in Derbyshire

Home to Chatsworth House and the Peak District National Park and 'if you must' Alton Towers, and housing part of the National Forest, Derbyshire is a perfect location for a family holiday. Superb for walkers, cyclist, climbers, and canoeist. Also the wonderful Crich Tramway village.

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Barn in Derbyshire 2

Hilton, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Barn in Derbyshire From £420 Availability

The farm is very central, giving excellent access to local shops, visitor attractions and motorway connections. The market town of Ashbourne is within driving distance and with its narrow cobbled alleys, it is something of a haven for antique hunters, boasting superb shops, as well as a variety of good pubs and restaurants, also within a short drive is The National Arboretum museum. Take a trip to Alton Towers, Hansons Auctioneers, Uttoxeter Racecourse, Castle Donington, or enjoy a historical day out exploring the National Trust properties such as Kedleston, Sudbury, and Calke Abbey. Chatsworth Estate and Gardens is around a slightly longer drive but on the scenic route, and the farm shop is a must visit to stock up on local goodies. Entering into the spacious and light lounge/kitchen/diner you will see the comfortable sofa and chair ideally situated by the French doors overlooking the garden where you can relax watching something on the nearby TV/DVD and get cosy in front of the electric effect wood burning stove, there are also arched windows which allow the sun to flood in. The kitchen area offers an electric oven and hob, fridge, dishwasher, washer/dryer and microwave and a nearby dining table to take long lazy breakfasts planning the day s activities. The bedroom is where you will get a good night s rest, with super king size zip and link bed (which can be made up as a twin on request). The bedroom also has French doors which lead onto the terrace, and an en suite wet room, offering a spacious shower, with rails if needed, and WC. The barn faces west so enjoys the evening sun, and has a very generous terrace, with a seating area and sun loungers, for the warmer evenings. There is also a BBQ available for you to enjoy al fresco dining. The raised lawn area and fully enclosed garden, with views across the fields which are accessed through a back gate. There is also a five acre lake perfect for spotting nature and coarse fishing only, bream, roach, tench, perch and pike. There is ample off road parking available.

Barn in Derbyshire 2

Bradbourne, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Barn in Derbyshire From £374 Availability

This detached barn set in the owners' grounds provides comfortable character beamed contemporary style accommodation. Located in a quiet village there is easy access into the heart of the Peak District National Park. There are numerous walks from the doorstep and Carsington Water, with lots of activities such as cycling and watersports on offer. Chatsworth House and Kedleston Hall are all a short drive away, as are pretty towns and villages such as Matlock Bath, Ashbourne, Bakewell and Buxton, all of which boast an array of shops and restaurants. The interior of the cottage perfectly matches the beautiful exterior. A large glazed door leads into the spacious lounge and open plan kitchen with gorgeous stone flagged floors. The kitchen dining area contains all the essentials that guests will need during their stay. Relax on the comfy corner sofa infront of the TV in this welcoming space. Upstairs, the bedroom is surprisingly large given the cosy cottage feel of the barn. Velux roof lights make this a spacious bright and airy room in the eaves, while exposed original oak beams gives this king size room a wonderful feel. The suite area of the bedroom is the perfect place for curling up in one of the armchairs with a book or simply taking in the views. The bedroom has an en suite with bath and shower over, hand basin, heated towel rail and toilet. Outside is patio seating, this chocolate box barn offers guests a charming, cosy stay in a wonderful village location.

Barn in Derbyshire 4

Ashford in the Water, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Barn in Derbyshire From £473 Availability

Commanding an enchanting rural position, with the nearby Monsal Trail offering a splendid route for cyclists through the re opened railway tunnels. There are various walks right on the doorstep of the barn, which are a great way for exploring this beautiful part of the world. The nearby villages offer local amenities, including pubs and restaurants for those who ve worked up an appetite outdoors. The barn has beautiful exposed wooded beams which give the property a wonderful character throughout. The kitchen is well equipped with all the essentials and a lounge diner has an electric effect log burning stove which creates an inviting ambience on cold evenings. Upstairs the main bedroom has a double bed and exposed beams, giving the room a cosy feel. The bedroom also has an en suite with bath, shower over, hand basin and toilet. The second bright bedroom contains two single beds and there is a family bathroom with a shower, hand basin and toilet. Outside there is a lovely patio area that surrounds the barn, with outdoor seating for al fresco dining or simply sitting out and enjoying the rural surrounds of the property. This property is ideal for groups and links internally with Stable Barn, booked together can sleep nine people, making it ideal for special occasions and entertaining.

Barn in Derbyshire 6

Eyam, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Barn in Derbyshire From £562 Availability

This ancient stone barn, enjoys a lovely position in the heart of a village in the spectacular landscape of the Peak District. The village is famous as a plague village, one of the areas that went into voluntary quarantine during the plague of 1655. Many of the old village buildings retain their original features giving the village an enchanting, historical feel. The nearby Eyam Moor offers wonderful walks and far reaching views across the Derwent Valley. After guests have worked up an appetite out on the moors, they can head back to the local village pub, the Miners Arms for a spot of recuperation. For those seeking culture, a short drive takes guests to the impressive country houses of Chatsworth and Haddon hall. The property benefits from underfloor heating throughout the ground floor and embraces open plan living. The spacious living area has a stone fireplace with electric effect wood burning stove and exposed wood beams that add to the room s character. The dining area is a lovely space for entertaining. Upstairs there are three bedrooms. Sloping, part vaulted ceilings provide a wonderful country chic to the rooms. The largest of the three bedrooms is the master, and has an impressive arched window which frames the captivating views of the village and Eyam Edge. The bedroom contains a super king size bed and also has its own en suite bathroom with a shower over the bath, toilet and hand basin. The second bedroom is a delightful twin bedroom which can be made into a super king bed if requested at the time of booking, benefiting from a large feature window which overlooks the courtyard. The bedroom also has an en suite bathroom with a shower, toilet and hand basin. The final bedroom is a good size twin bedroom which can be made into a super king bed if requested at the time of booking, with an en suite shower room with a shower, toilet and hand basin. Outside there is a sheltered courtyard which makes a great spot for a BBQ and al fresco dining.

Barn in Derbyshire 2

Tideswell, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Barn in Derbyshire From £546 Availability

This cottage lies in a quiet Derbyshire village but with the popular village of Tideswell just a mile and a half away. Tideswell is one of the Peak District's most popular picturesque villages and makes an excellent base for walking, cycling and exploring the area. It also has fantastic amenities to enjoy such as pubs, shops, cafes and independent retailers. The village is also well known for its annual Well Dressing with carnivals, parades and the annual food festival. By car, Mam Tor and Castleton are a few miles away, with the spa town of Buxton and the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire s Chatsworth House both within 12 miles drive. The pretty town of Bakewell, 10 miles, is a must visit as it is home to the famous Bakewell Pudding and is a wonderful town to explore. Step into the barn and let the beautiful space surround you. Take off your coat and shoes and let the cosy underfloor hearting warm your feet. The open plan lounge/kitchen/diner is an impressive space light the wood burner on chiller days and enjoy watching the flames flicker, sink into the comfy seating with good company and curl up with a good book or pop something on the smart TV. Head through a characterful stone arch into the kitchen/diner which is a wonderful space to rustle up a meal for loved ones. There is an electric oven and hob, a Belfast sink, fridge, washer/dryer, dishwasher and microwave. Relax with good company around the dining table and plan the week's activities ahead. The shower room offers a wonderful rainfall shower with additional handheld attachment and WC. Head upstairs to the delightful king size bedroom, the glass mezzanine balcony lets the light flood in and is a gorgeous feature in the space. Decorated with stylish furnishings and well thought out fabrics. Outside there is a pretty patio with a bistro set, perfect for relaxing with a glass of something chilled after spending a day hiking the hills. There is off road parking for one car.

Barn in Derbyshire 2

Carsington, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Barn in Derbyshire From £374 Availability

Situated on the owners working farm this cottage is situated within easy reach of the village of Brassington which boasts a beautiful Norman church, historic streets, and two quaint pubs. Carsington water is on the doorstep with a wide range of outdoor activities to be enjoyed both on and off the water. Try your hand at windsurfing, canoeing and fishing or for those who like a dry land, push yourself to the limits on an 8 mile mountain bike course. You will also find an award winning restaurant, playground, courtyard shops, four bird hides and miles of footpaths and bridleways to explore. Make sure you visit pretty towns and villages such as Matlock Bath, Ashbourne, Bakewell and Buxton, all of which boast an array of shops and restaurants. Step into the barn to into the kitchen/diner with traditional stone underfoot gently warmed with underfloor heating throughout downstairs. The vaulted ceiling contributes to the bright and open space with the kitchen offering everything you need to rustle up a hearty meal such as electric oven and gas hob, fridge, microwave and washing machine. Come together around the farmhouse dining table and plan the day's activities ahead. Head through to the lounge with windows encapsulating the wonderful views. Curl up on the sofa with a good book or pop something on the Smart TV. Upstairs the master bedroom is a super king size zip and link (which can be made into a twin on request). The bathroom offers a shower over bath and WC. Outside there is a spacious garden with a patio and gravel. Enjoy dining alfresco with good company watching the sunset over the surrounding countryside and the cattle grazing from your back garden. There is ample off road parking.

Barn in Northamptonshire 8

Buckingham, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Barn in Northamptonshire From £922 Availability

This modern style and wonderfully renovated former coach house offers a large family or group of friends the ideal holiday home with luxury comforts throughout. Situated within a secluded corner of the owner s private grounds , the original house was built in 1703 by the Spencer family. Guests are not far from some fantastic venues and locations, including Stowe National Trust site,just a short drive by car, as well as Woburn Safari Park and Silverstone Race Track both close by. A short journey will bring you to the beautiful Cotswolds or the stunning university City of Oxford which provides a fantastic day out sightseeing and soaking up the history. For a good range of shops, restaurants and pubs, the town of Buckingham is just five miles away. Guests enter this beautiful property through the front door and immediately arrive in the well equipped stylish kitchen which has an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. There is an extendable table in the kitchen which seats up to eight guests should you wish to dine in. To the right hand side of the kitchen is the hallway which leads to four bedrooms. The master bedroom is located at the end of the hallway and boasts a super king size bed, along with it s own en suite bathroom with shower over bath and WC. The master bedroom also has a walk in wardrobe so there is plenty of space for all your clothes and belongings. The next bedroom along is a king size again with plenty of storage in the built in wardrobes. Bedroom three is a twin zip and link (which can be made up to a super king size on request), bedroom four is a double room which is also next to the shower room which has a shower and WC. Heading back down the hallway and through the kitchen you will find the spacious lounge area which has two sofas and a chair along with a large flat screen TV and an open fire place which provides the absolute perfect relaxation area where can relax in front of the fire with your favorite show on. The stairs in the lounge lead to study area with a desk and a snug area with bean bags and a TV which provides a less formal spot to relax and unwind. The outside area is to the front of the property and is a fully enclosed patio area which has table and chairs for guests to soak up some sun along with a BBQ should wish to experience some al fresco dining. There is parking for up to two vehicles at the front of the property.

Castle View Lodge 4

Hatton, Derbyshire, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Castle View Lodge From £572 Availability

Castle View Lodge is a charming, single-storey lodge resting in Scropton near Hatton, Derbyshire. Hosting two bedrooms, including a king-size with a TV and a twin bedroom with a TV, along with a shower room, this property can sleep up to four guests. There is also an open-plan living space with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside there is off-road parking for two cars and a communal garden as well as a private decked area with furniture and a hot tub. Castle View Lodge is a lovely dwelling, ideal for family and friends.

Log Cabin in Derbyshire 4

Stanton-by-Bridge, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Log Cabin in Derbyshire From £552 Availability

Surrounded by fields and the variety of animals that graze them, this stunning log cabin offers a family or group of friends an idealistic holiday home in a truly beautiful part of Derbyshire. Be sure to bring your walking boots and head off exploring the local footpaths and spot the abundance of nature that call the surrounding scenic countryside their home. The famous circuit at Donnington Park is within easy reach and features an abundance of popular motorsport events throughout the year. Alton Towers and Conkers provide a fun filled family day out to remember. Uttoxeter Racecourse and Castle Donington, are worth a visit or enjoy a historical day out exploring the National Trust properties such as Sudbury, Calke Abbey and Kedleston. Step into the hallway to remove coats and boots and wander through to the fantastic bright and airy open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. Without a doubt here is where you will be spending most of your time, whether its relaxing on the comfy sofa watching something on the Smart TV or rustling up a hearty breakfast for your loved ones. The kitchen area offers an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and microwave and is a fantastic place to cook if the local eateries don t tempt you. The property offers two bedrooms with Smart TV's, one double and a twin. Get ready for the day ahead in the shower room offering an shower and WC. Outside there is a garden with hot tub, dining table and chairs and a lawned area, perfect for chilling out on a summers evening with good company. There is off road parking for three cars.

Log Cabin in Derbyshire 4

Hilton, Derbyshire, Heart of England

Log Cabin in Derbyshire From £472 Availability

The central location of the farm gives excellent access to local shops, visitor attractions, and motorway connections. Take a trip to Alton Towers, Hansons Auctioneers, Uttoxeter Racecourse, Castle Donington, or enjoy a historical day out exploring the National Trust properties such as Kedleston, Sudbury, and Calke Abbey. The market town of Ashbourne is within driving distance and with its narrow cobbled alleys, it is something of a haven for antique hunters, boasting superb shops, as well as a range of good pubs and restaurants, also within a short drive is The National Arboretum museum. Chatsworth Estate and Gardens is slightly further afield along the scenic route, and the farm shop is a must visit to stock up on local goodies. The accommodation, which is all located on one level, welcomes you into the spacious open plan lounge/kitchen/diner which is flooded by light through the multiple windows. Put your feet up on the comfortable sofas and relax infront of the electric effect wood burner whilst enjoying the views over the nearby fields, it s so enchanting you might not find the time to watch the TV/DVD with plenty of DVDs to choose from. Cook a special meal for loved ones in the kitchen which offers an electric oven and hob, fridge, microwave, washer/dryer and dishwasher, while the nearby dining table offers a pleasant spot to sit and enjoy a meal with loved ones. The master bedroom offers a king size bed with TV and pretty fabrics that decorate the room and also benefits from an en suite shower room and WC. The twin bedroom has zip and link beds (which can be made up as a super king size on request) and also has a TV. Bring along some bubble bath to enjoy a well deserved soak in the bathroom with shower over bath and WC. Outside there is a lovely enclosed veranda overlooking the surrounding gardens and countryside with seating, a great space to enjoy a glass of something chilled on a summers evening. The five acre lake is available for guests to use for nature watching and coarse fishing only, bream, roach, tench, perch and pike. There is ample off road parking available.