Waking up every day to the breath-taking views from every window of Nield Bank Bungalow in Quarnford is just one luxury you will enjoy when you stay here.
This cosy detached stone cottage is ideally situated for visits to Buxton, the village of Flash and Castleton.
The perfect size for a couple and their furry friend, the cottage is surrounded by beautiful countryside which is a haven for sheep, rabbits and other wildlife.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
Flat Screen TV
About Nield Bank Bungalow
Nield Bank Bungalow is a delightful one bedroomed cottage located at the top of a single track which leads there.
The cottage has a contemporary fully-equipped kitchen with breakfast bar and a comfortable living/dining area for relaxing in. The bathroom has a tub and shower over bath.
You will love watching the sheep and lambs in the fields near the cottage or looking out for rabbits hopping around the garden.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Quarnford
The pretty village of Quarnford may be small but it has a fabulous medieval knights themed pub that deserves a mention.
The Knights Table at the Traveller’s Rest has live music, a restaurant and yet more stunning views across the Peak District National Park. Serving traditional English pub food and with a roaring fire on colder days, a drink here is an experience in itself.
Nield Bank Bungalow is a short drive from the popular village of Castleton which is overlooked by Peveril Castle. Mentioned in the Doomsday Book, Peveril Castle is one of England’s first Norman fortresses and you can visit its ruins today.
The views from the top of the castle out over Hope Valley are simply spectacular and a favourite for all ages. Castleton is popular throughout the year; from November onwards, visitors can enjoy the pretty Christmas decorations and lights in the village as they shop in the village’s family-run shops or enjoy carol concerts accompanied by local brass bands in the famous caves nearby.
At 1514 feet above sea level, the village of Flash has the accolade of the highest village in England. In winter, snow covers the village and villagers are often snowed in, so make sure you visit on warmer days.
On the border of three counties, namely Staffordshire, Derbyshire and Cheshire, the village’s name came from the counterfeit money that was produced in the area and passed between counties to evade the police who could only act in their own county at the time.
The legacy of this lives on not only in the village’s name but also in the English language, with the word flash now synonymous with dishonest characters or low quality goods, such as flash watch or flash (shady) man.
Flash has some fantastic walks in its vicinity, including the village of Gradbach and Lud’s Church, a deep, moss-covered chasm which penetrates the Millstone Grit that was formed by a landslide on the hills above.
For unbeatable views of the Peak District National Park and wildlife hopping or trotting along to see you as you eat breakfast, there is nowhere quite like Nield Bank Bungalow.
Truly an experience of seeing nature at its finest, the cottage is warm, cosy and perfect for romantic getaways. Whip up a feast in the kitchen and dine at the dining table with a glass of your favourite wine before you curl up on the sofa with a good book or a DVD.
Man’s best friend is welcome at the cottage and will love the enclosed space to run around in outside the cottage as you watch from the patio area.
Indulge the historian in you at Peveril Castle or shop for gifts and souvenirs in Castleton then drink some well-deserved refreshments at the outstanding local pub in the village just a mile from the cottage.
Nield Bank Bungalow
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