Renovated cottage sleeps 7 in The Peak District

Printer's Cottage, Tideswell, Derbyshire

Bedrooms - 2

Sleeps - 7

Bathrooms - 1

Pets welcome - 1

Printer's Cottage
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Printer's Cottage in Tideswell, Derbyshire - 2 bedrooms, sleeps 7

Printer's Cottage is a mid-18th Century limestone-built holiday cottage in the picturesque Peak District village of Tideswell. Situated just four miles south of the Hope Valley, between the market towns of Buxton and Bakewell, the village is unspoilt by gift shops or tourist hoards, and is set amongst some of England's most spectacular scenery at the heart of the White Peak.

Britain's first National Park consists of 555 miles of beautiful countryside, from high wind-blown moorland in the north to green farmland and tranquil dales in the south. Whether you're after tranquil, breathtaking scenery or fun-filled adrenalin fuelled outdoor pursuits - this superb self-catering cottage is superbly located for climbing, cycling, walking and caving in abundance.

Scale the High Tor, the limestone crag that gives spectacular views to the towns below or visit Black Rocks Country Park, a popular pace for rock climbing, walking or orienteering. Explore the netherworld by potholing at Eldon Hole or enjoy trout fishing at dramatic Dovedale where the river is flanked by steep cliffs, caves and rock pillars at every turn.

For spectacular sights of a man-made variety, stately homes and great houses such as the magnificent Chatsworth House with gardens by Capability Brown, are well worth a visit.

There are many market towns and villages in the area - Bakewell with its thriving livestock market, and the beautiful spa town of Buxton, perched 300m above sea level, are both within a 10 mile radius of Printer's Cottage.

This spacious and stylish Derbyshire cottage in its lovely rural village location is a wonderful place to stay for adults and children alike. Whether you soak up the charm and atmosphere of the busy market towns, historic properties and World Heritage sites, or live for the pulse-raising rush of an outdoor pursuits holiday, Printer's Cottage is at the heart of it all.


Retaining many original features the cottage offers spacious comfortable self-catering accommodation for up to 7 people and forms the perfect base for couples, friends and families seeking to explore the beautiful Peak District National Park. Recently renovated to a high standard, Printer's Cottage provides everything you will need for relaxing indoors or for recuperating after a hard day's activities, with all the village amenities a couple of minute's walk away. Printer's Cottage is thought to date from the mid 18th Century. Counted among it's previous residents was Samuel Slack, renowned bass vocalist to King George III who was forced to sign away the deeds after losing the cottage in a gambling match. His remains are buried in the village cemetery.

The centrally-heated cottage opens into a spacious dual aspect living room with York Stone floor, exposed ceiling beams, original and re-modeled fireplace houseing a real open fire, leather sofas and a cushioned window seat. The modern kitchen is well equipped with electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge and washer/dryer. There is also a storage area housing a fold-away dining table and chair set. When not being used as a dining area this area can be used to stack around 7 bikes and any gear you may have.

At the top of the original staircase is the WC and shower room, housing a large powerful shower fed by combi boiler to ease those aching limbs after a day of adventures! Also upstairs are the cottage's two bedrooms, accommodating up to 7 guests. On-street parking is available opposite the cottage and throughout the village, and in the free market square car park less than two minute's walk away.

What's included

Fresh linen, towels, heating and electricity are included within the price. Well behaved dogs are welcome for a supplement of £15. We ask that you restrict them to the downstairs area. Smoking is not permitted at Printer's Cottage. On street parking available, additional parking 2 minutes' walk.


Printer's Cottage is situated in the heart of the historic village of Tideswell in the heart of the Peak District, Derbyshire.

More detailed directions are provided on booking.

Change over day is Saturday - short breaks are available.

Self-catering features

  • Bedrooms: 2 (1 double, 1 family room with double bed, single bed and set of bunk beds)
  • Sleeps: 7
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Widescreen HD LCD TV with Satellite, DVD recorder, CD player
  • Sony Playstation 2 and selection of games
  • Washing machine/tumble drier, Microwave
  • Open fire, stone floor, exposed beams
  • On street parking
  • At the heart of Tideswell village
  • Airport - East Midlands - 52 miles
  • Nearest station - Buxton - 9 miles
  • Good food pubs and restaurants nearby
  • Walking, rock climbing, cycling
  • Mountain biking, pot-holing and caving
  • Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall - 10 miles
  • Bakewell and Buxton within 10 miles
  • Pets welcome for small charge

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