The Old Granary is a luxury self-catering property nestled on the edge of the Peak District, it offers scenic views and peace. The stone barn conversion has been renovated to offer the ultimate self-catering unwind and relax breakaway. It is ideally located to allow ease of access to the Peak District.
What makes a stay at The Old Granary & Shepherd's Hut unique?
The Old Granary is a charming converted barn which started its life as a grain store and is a Grade II Listed building of historical importance. Lovingly presented The Old Granary is a truly romantic retreat which still retains many of its original features. Step through the doorway into a sumptous interior with character and personal styling with original wooden beams, log wood burner. Also a wonderful private hot tub for guests to use. Set on the edge of the Peak District National Park, there is plenty to see and do from the doorstep. Guests have full access to the private 7 seater Jacuzzi within the patio area and the beautiful gardens and private lawn area overlooking rural uninterrupted far reaching views. A welcome pack is provided of homemade Victoria Sponge Cake, artisan bread, butter, wine, chocolates, 6 free range eggs, all kitchen essentials, milk, tea, coffee, sugar.
What is the capacity for The Old Granary & Shepherd's Hut?
The Old Granary accommodates up to 6 people plus a travel cot, laid out over 3 bedrooms, all with King-Sized beds, 2 en-suite with one with a separate bathroom. The Shepherds Hut, which may be rented in conjunction with The Old Granary, can sleep up to two people in a full-size double bed.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Matlock area?
Set on the edge of the Peak District National Park, there is plenty to see and do from the doorstep, with many walking and cycle trails. Ogston Reservoir is just 2.5 miles away where guests can enjoy water sports, bird watching and fishing. Both Matlock and Matlock Bath with its cable car ride to Abraham Heights is only 4 miles, where you can tour the Mining Museum or walk alongside the River Derwent. Why not take a drive to Crich Tramway Museum, Chatsworth House, Bakewell or Haddon Hall which is all well worth a visit. The historical town of Chesterfield is around a 20-minute drive with its crooked spire and lively market.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
There are two excellent pubs, just over a mile away from The Old Granary, serving food daily from 12 noon, The White Hart at Moorwood Moor and The Bluebell at South Wingfield.
There are a number of great restaurants locally namely Stones at Matlock, Pesto at The Peacock, The Herd Steakhouse, The Maazi Indian Restaurant.
The Old Granary boasts a 7 seater hydrotherapy Jacuzzi with amazing views from the patio overlooking the valley.