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Twitchill Farm Cottages in the Peak District

Self-catering Accommodation in the Peak District National Park

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Ash, Birch, Chestnut and Elm are four tastefully converted stone built cottages beside an 18th Century farmhouse, situated on the flanks of Win Hill with a panoramic view over the Hope Valley and across to Castleton, with its famous caverns and historic castle.

Twitchill Farm Cottages

Offering a high level of comfort, the cottages are ideal either for families or groups of friends. All cottages are tastefully decorated, centrally heated and provided with bed linen, towels, crockery, cutlery, fridge freezer, TV, microwave oven, electric cooker and radio cassette. Cots and high chairs are available on request. There is a shared utility room with a tumble drier, washing machine, pay phone and additional freezer space. Boots, Wellingtons and waterproofs can be stored in here if required.

Ash and Birch cottages sleep up to eight people in four bedrooms, with a large open plan lounge on the ground floor with a dining and kitchen area. They are usually let as separate cottages, but a normally locked interconnecting door can be opened to link the two together to accommodate up to sixteen people in eight bedrooms.

Chestnut and Elm cottages have two bedrooms sleeping four people, but also have a comfortable bed-settee in the lounge which can sleep another two. There is a large lounge on the ground floor, with a separate kitchen area.

There is an indoor swimming pool behind the house which is open all year.

The cottages are available all year round. Bookings are accepted only from Saturday to Saturday from Easter to September and for Christmas and New Year weeks, but we are pleased to offer you a weekend break at any other time.

For the benefit of cyclists and walkers we offer secure bike storage, and a boot and equipment washing area.

Information for Walkers

All around there is superb walking country with an extensive choice of routes, taking in high moorlands and gritstone edges, as well as easier rambles in spectacular limestone dales and along the forested fringes of scenic reservoirs. For the less energetic, there is a wide choice of sightseeing opportunities which include Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Buxton Spa and the famous Blue John caverns in nearby Castleton.

 

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