Grade I listed cottage in a World Heritage Village, perfect for a family or small group of friends looking for a unique holiday in the country.
Caringly refurbished cottage, with original beams and stone walls, in a village setting next to miles of walks and trails.
The lounge has a wood burner in an original chimney breast. Comfy sofa on a flagstone floor. Perfect for cuddling up with a four-legged friend.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
About Little Cottage
A charming 18th Century cottage, complete with its original features and refurbished for flexible sleeping arrangements.
Cosy open plan living and dining area with exposed beams and stone walls. Fully equipped modern kitchen with breakfast bar. Sofa bed in lounge, ensuite double bedroom on first floor.
Little Cottage is doggy friendly and has a flagstone floor. One well behaved pet is welcome to stay with you, at no extra cost.
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Things To Do in Cromford, Matlock
In its original location as part of the World Heritage Village of Crompton, home to Sir Richard Arkwright, by the River Derwent on the border between Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.
Escape the stress of the big city with a unique break in the East Midlands countryside with your canine companion by your side. Pub 10 yards away, shop 20 yards, restaurant 40 yards.
Take pooch for a walk along the streets of Cromford, surrounding the mill pond and overlooking a bend in the River Derwent. Stop off in the dog friendly pub or head for the village cafe to plan your day out in the country.
For a great morning or afternoon in the fresh air, cross over the river on Mill Road and pick up the Derwent Valley Heritage Way.
This lovely stretch of riverside has open fields and wooded banks, perfect for pooch to explore. Follow the Way around the big bend in the river, then northwards through the woods towards Matlock Bath.
Cross back over the river via the footbridge and visit the Peak District Mining Museum, or Gulliver’s Kingdom family theme park. Further up river, Matlock Bath is well worth a visit, especially its Heights of Abraham visitor attraction, high on a hill and accessed by cable car.
A short drive north from Cromford takes you to Matlock, a busy market town and regional centre. Here you’ll find lots of independent shops, dog friendly pubs, cafes and eateries, plus some lovely riverside walks through Hall Leys Park.
Matlock lies on the eastern edge of the Peak District National Park, full of superb outdoor activities, breathtaking views and preserved country villages. Just inside the Park, and a short drive from Matlock, are the lovely Peaks town of Bakewell, and the world famous Chatsworth House.
Little Cottage is the perfect location for a break away from the stresses of modern life. Step back in time to the 18th Century, when life was slower and people made a living with their hands.
Experience the calm of Cromford village, and take pooch for a walk around the mill pond. Explore the local countryside, dominated by the River Derwent, with its wooded paths and tranquil picnic spots.
Immerse yourself in the history of the area, which was vital for the industrial revolution, and visit the Peak District Mining Museum.
Explore the Derwent with your furry friend for company, and experience the thrill of the cable car ride up to the Heights of Abraham.
For shopping trips and lazy afternoons out, relax in the charming towns of Matlock and Matlock Bath. For more adventurous days out, the Peak District National Park is right on your doorstep.
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