Dovedale Lodge offers comfortable accommodation for up to four guests in the quiet Peak District hamlet of Blore, Derbyshire, a charming countryside cottage on the grounds of the Old Rectory featuring French furnishings, modern well-equipped kitchen, two bedrooms, and fabulous views.
A charming holiday cottage set on the beautiful grounds of the Old Rectory next to a Grade I-listed parish church, Dovedale Lodge offers comfortable accommodation in the quiet hamlet of Blore, Derbyshire.
At the doorstep of the national park and surrounded by stunning scenery filled with rare wildflowers and many walks through rock outcrops and tranquil woodlands, Dovedale Lodge makes the perfect getaway for up to four guests.
This small two-storey cottage is furnished with a mix of antique and painted French furniture. The high standard of finishing and equipment you’ll find upon arrival will make you feel right at home.
The ground floor features a rear entrance hall with boot rack leading to a modern well-equipped kitchen with round dining table. The front entrance hallway leads to a spacious double bedroom with beamed ceiling and a separate shower room.
The upstairs of this countryside cottage includes a sitting room with a comfy couch and flat-screen TV with Blu-Ray player, twin bedroom, and bathroom with handheld shower. Outside, a dedicated sitting-out area with table and chairs allows you to breathe in the Peak District air and gaze upon fabulous views of this splendorous region.
The hamlet of Blore serves as the gateway to Dovedale, boasting a fine hall and beautiful church that dates to the early 12th century. Four miles away lies the market town of Ashbourne with its medieval street pattern and high-quality independent shops.