The Ideal Base for Exploring Derbyshire & The Peak District

Come and stay in our 200 year old cottage on the edge of Parwich, a quiet village in the Peak District National Park. A cosy self-catering cottage, stunning views & magnificent walks from the garden gate.


Croft Holiday Cottage Parwich, Derbyshire. Offers you a warm friendly welcome to the Peak District;

  • Sleeps 3, two bedrooms
  • Self-catering, all mod-cons
  • Wood-burning stove, logs provided
  • Pets welcome
  • Cot & High chair available
  • No smoking
  • Cottage & Vegetable garden
  • Parking available
  • Wireless Internet Connection
  • 4-Star ETB rating
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Croft Holiday Cottage, Derbyshire Image: The cottage gate and garden from the private drive.

Croft Holiday Cottage Derbyshire, Image: photo of large double bedroom
Croft Holiday Cottage, Derbyshire - Image: photo shows spacious lounge with open fire
This 200-year old south-facing cottage overlooks the limestone village of Parwich and has panoramic views across the valley from its hillside position.

The cottage retains a wealth of old-world charm with beamed ceilings and wood-burning stove in the spacious lounge. Logs and coal are provided. The bathroom on the ground floor has a bath with shower-over. The cottage is well equipped with a double and single bedroom, comfortably sleeping up to three adults. Heating is by night storage heaters. The cottage is situated up a short driveway from a quiet lane, with a sheltered garden, paved seating area and a meadow (croft) behind the cottage. Private off road parking is available. Also, a computer wireless network is available for your laptop to connect to the internet.

Parwich is a quiet and secluded village. It is the proud owner of one of each: a pub (with a small shop), church, village school, football pitch, tennis courts, cricket pitch and crown bowling green - a quintessential English village.

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