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Innisfree Cottage


Tideswell Lane, , Eyam Hope Valley, Eyam, S32 5RD

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Spring is finally here and there is no better place to celebrate this than in the beautiful Peak District. Our double ensuite room has stunning, uninterrupted views towards Bretton and the twin room with private bathroom has views over the village and adjoining fields. These rooms are the only rooms situated on the first floor and ideal for two couples or families.

There is a further double room situated on the ground floor which has a private bathroom with shower. Bath robes are offered in the twin room and downstairs double room for use when accessing the private bathrooms. Luxuries such as chocolates, biscuits, fresh flowers and fluffy towels ensure an unforgettable experience at an affordable price. What better way to end the perfect day and an evening meal in a cosy pub with roaring log fire than to return to a warm and comfortable room for hot chocolate and biscuits. For that healthy start to the day our breakfast room is delightful with individual tables where guests can enjoy a full English breakfast, kippers, continental and much more with local produce complimented with a choice of cereals, fresh fruit salad and yoghurt. Packed lunches are available on request at £4. 00 each. Innisfree Cottage is situated on the edge of the village but within easy walking distance of Eyam Hall with its quirky craft centre, tea rooms and the village pub where excellent evening meals are available. Eyam is famous as the historic plague village; the stories behind this are depicted in the village museum and church. The original cottages and buildings from the era still remain and can be visited by guests as they wander through the village. Why not visit the famous Chatsworth House or Haddon Hall, both are a 15 minute drive from Innisfree Cottage. Further afield are various attractions such as the Blue John Stone in the caverns at Castleton, the architecture and baths of the spa town of Buxton and the famous market town of Bakewell with its famous Monday market.

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Showing Thursday 29 September 2016 to Friday 30 September 2016

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Car parking available onsite
Wake Up Call Available
Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas

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From 16:00 hours
Until 10:30 hours
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Pets are not allowed

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89% would recommend it to a friend


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  • Stuart Wilson

  • August 2016

friendly and welcoming

Great place to stay.

Lovely area and very quiet. Room was great and had everything we needed.

  • Sarah C

  • August 2015

Village edge with countryside view

Twin room with separate bathroom - Room adequate for overnight stay.

Beds long enough for one of us who is 6' 3". Good ventilation with view towards village centre from roof window, other view over parking and gardens. Within easy walking distance of thriving village with Post Office and pub/s, other facilities and places of historical interest. Delicious breakfast.

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