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Welcoming Country House | 1037142SK

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Overview

  • At a Glance
  • Facilities
  • Accommodation

    • Sleeps 10
    • 5 bedrooms
    • 2 bath / shower rooms

    Your holiday home

    • £948 - £4,268 per week
    • Friday changeover
    • 4:30 PM check in
    • 10:30 AM check out
    • Sorry, no pets
    • No smoking
    • Property rating: 4
    • Facilities

      • Washing machine
      • Garden
      • Enclosed garden
    • Features

      • Ground floor bed

Description

The Property is a beautiful old coach house, renovated to a high standard. Lying at the heart of the spa town of Buxton, the house was built in the mid 1800's within the Duke of Devonshire's estate. A conveyance of the land between the most Noble William Duke of Devonshire and Marmaduke Walter Vavasour, dated 1874, decreed that the property be developed as a coach house (with stable and outbuilding) to the neighbouring Wye House, a beautiful stately home which is still maintained to its original splendour. With an open-plan living space boasting high ceilings and contemporary furnishings, this spacious property provides a great escape for large families or groups of friends, wanting to make the most of precious time together. Step inside the bright main hallway with its neutral tones and charming feature fireplace. Head for the large open-plan living space, with an impressive high ceiling and two modern ceiling fans for heating/cooling purposes. Make yourself at home as you lounge on the sofas, maybe watch a film on the large TV, and unwind after the long-awaited journey. Take a seat at the dining table and plan out your activities for the duration of the holiday, whilst the chef of the group takes to the kitted out kitchen and prepares an exquisite group meal with the impressive range cooker. Pour drinks at the central kitchen island and toast to a fabulous holiday with great company, before tucking in to a delicious dinner. No need to worry about the washing up, simply load up the dishwasher and continue with your fun-filled evening with friends. As the night grows darker and you begin to tire, wander into the ground-floor twin bedroom and cosy up under the duvet, and watch TV on the sofa, or climb the staircase to the first floor and discover a further four bedrooms; a spacious double bedroom features an abundance of storage and a chic en-suite featuring a double walk-in shower, basin and WC, whilst a nicely decorated twin and a further double bedroom can be found across the way, along with an adult bunk room and a delightful cloakroom where guests can hang extra clothes/coats and leave luggage. Soak up the suds in the roll top bath, as you while away the afternoon in the family bathroom and enjoy some time to yourself. Head outside into the enclosed garden for a breath of fresh air or BBQ and admire the high stone walls and imposing trees of Corbar Woods. When ready to venture out, try a walk up through the meandering 200 year old protected ancient woodland behind the property leading to Corbar Cross with magnificent views across the valley and hills, or pop down into the town of Buxton a 10 minutes walk away, taking in the magnificent Victorian villas and Devonshire Dome en route. Take a stroll through the Victorian Pavilion Gardens to the River Wye, before hitting the historical sites of Turner's Memorial and The Pump Room. Gaze at the recently renovated Buxton Crescent, an iconic, Grade I-listed, Georgian building, one of the most architecturally significant buildings in the country. Wander the impressive galleries of Buxton Museum and be captivated by the wonderful works of art that decorate the walls, or take in a massage or treatment at one of the many spas in the town, hosted in hotels or within the magnificent Grade II listed Georgian Devonshire dome which boasts the largest unsupported dome in Europe. Stop by Poole's Cavern and Buxton Country Park to see the mesmerising limestone caves or spend the day swinging from the treetops with a Go Ape experience. If you don't fancy dining indoors, head into the centre of town and grab a table at one of the many local restaurants or drink at local cocktail bars and pubs. Hop in the car and head for the Peak District National Park to surround yourself with outstanding landscapes on a memorable walk. Spend quality time with the ones you love at The Property, The Property.

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Map

Area
Derbyshire
Airports
Nearest Airport
Manchester Woodford Airport 11 miles
Manchester Airport 16 miles
Train Stations
Nearest Train Station
Buxton Station 1 mile
Dove Holes 3 miles
Chapel-En-Le-Frith 4 miles

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