17 The Lanes, Matlock, Dog Friendly, Peak District Nat Park

Bolehill, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
17 The Lanes, Matlock, Dog Friendly, Peak District Nat Park 17 The Lanes, Matlock, Dog Friendly, Peak District Nat Park 17 The Lanes, Matlock, Dog Friendly, Peak District Nat Park 17 The Lanes, Matlock, Dog Friendly, Peak District Nat Park 17 The Lanes, Matlock, Dog Friendly, Peak District Nat Park 17 The Lanes, Matlock, Dog Friendly, Peak District Nat Park 17 The Lanes, Matlock, Dog Friendly, Peak District Nat Park 17 The Lanes, Matlock, Dog Friendly, Peak District Nat Park 17 The Lanes, Matlock, Dog Friendly, Peak District Nat Park
Cottage
Children all ages, Couples, Families
Sleeps 4
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
2 Dogs
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17 The Lanes, Matlock, Dog Friendly, Peak District Nat Park. 17 The Lanes, a sympathetically refurbished ex miners cottage, provides character with modern convenience. It has a cosy lounge with log burner, well fitted kitchen and a peaceful, secure garden for relaxing with a glass of wine or local beer. Dog friendly (£25 extra) with fabulous walking and cycling from the door step.

Situated in Bolehill, a short walk from Wirksworth centre, it’s superbly situated for exploring the Derbyshire Dales and the Peak District. 4 Miles from Matlock. The words quirky, different and special are often used to describe Wirksworth. A fascinating small town on the Southern edge of the Peak District where the geology and landscape have shaped its character and its people for generations. On a Royal visit, Prince Charles once referred to the town as ‘Quirksworth’.

Having had an industrious past and mixed fortunes relating to the industry available, Wirksworth is now known for its independent shops and cafes, annual arts festival, bustling music scene and dozens of artists and creatives who live and work in the town.

The town is nestled at the head of the Ecclesbourne Valley surrounded by beautiful countryside with delightful walks and stunning views. The Ecclesbourne Valley Railway (Derbyshires longest heritage railway) is a stone’s throw away.


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