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Mark - verified booking
"This is a great house in a great location.Although the house has everything you need for a holiday in the peak district, the fixtures and furnishings are very dated which I guess explains the lack of interior pictures on the various websites its listed on. So long as you don't mind this and go and enjoy the Peak district, it shouldn't be a big issue. The only item I would like to have seen replaced is the double bed which squeaked and creaked every time you move. I am however told by my daughter that the single beds were very comfortable!Pros:- Friendly local owner- Spotlessly clean- Good WiFi- Good size living room with great views- Quiet location- Well equipped kitchen- Plenty of hanging space in the bedrooms- Good outdoor space- Parking- Easy walk to several pubs- Great location and access to most of the Peak District attractionsCons:- Dated furnishings- Small kitchen - but has everything you need- Squeaky/Creaky double bedRecommendations:- The food in Barringtons on the main road through Darley Bridge was excellent. - The food in the Old Bowling Green in Winster up the hill from the house was also excellent.- Chatsworth House was a great day out. We paid to access the Farm and playground as well as the gardens. The playground was good but our daughter enjoyed playing in the Cascade fountain more than the playground (Make sure you take a towel for the kids). Make sure you give yourself several hours to fully explore the gardens and get lost in the labyrinth.- Speedwell Caverns and Peaks Cavern - Make sure you get to Speedwell early as the queue does get long. I would highly recommend lunch or cake in The Rose Cottage cafe in Castleton before doing the last tour of the day at Peaks Cavern as its much quieter then.- The Heights of Abraham are a must. You can do and see everything in a few hours then head back to Matlock Bath for an early dinner. The food in the Fishpond was excellent, especially the Pizzas. - The audio tour around Cromford Mill was very good and worth the few extra pounds.- Great ice cream at Matlock Meadows- We managed to spend the entire day at Matlock Farm Park. The animals were all very well looked after with lots of great petting and feeding sessions throughout the day. The staff were all very friendly and informative. The indoor play and coffee shop and cafe were also very good.- Bolsover Castle is only a short 40 min drive away and worth the visit. The dancing horse display was great."
Michelle - verified booking
"I holiday alone but I take my 2 dogs with me, I cycle, walk, read and I always take my amazon stick to relax during the evening. Swallow Barn says it has Wi-Fi, the location is good so I thought it would be a great holiday. I noticed reviews said you could not use your phone so I called the owner before my holiday to ask about wi-fi as I use an amazon stick.....he said it's not a problem. I arrived and there is no bike store (as stated) so I had to leave it in an unsecured out building. the cottage was clean but I noticed you are overlooked by 2 neighboring cottages (who share a garden right outside the living area). I plugged the stick in and although there is a wi-fi code it is NOT in range for the cottage. I tried to call the owner but there was no service....you have to walk about outside to attempt a call....which is very quickly disconnected. I waited over 4 hours for the owner to arrive and he says "we never have any issues" which was a complete lie.....he said well I've got wi-fi on my phone.....I explained I needed to use the TV not my phone...."oh sorry I don't do anything technical" was his reply and then he said "you'll have to walk the dogs a bit more won't you"..........The fridge has not guard on the door shelf so you need to open the door with caution as it collides with the cooker and everything falls off the shelf and will smash on the tiled floor. There is no freezer in the cottage that is shared with everyone else in an out house. There is no dryer (as stated). I paid a lot of money to stop here and it was very disappointing. If I'd have known there was no wi-fi I would NOT have booked this cottage. So as long as you are are aware YOUR NEIGHBORS CAN SEE INTO EVERY ROOM except the bedroom, YOU CANNOT USE YOUR PHONE AT ALL and there IS NO WI-FI, NO BIKE STORE and NO DRYER........and The owner IS EXTREMELY RUDE!!!!......I left after 3 days.......my holiday was for 7......NEVER AGAIN...."
Bob - verified booking
"This was a fantastic 1770’s house, beautifully restored to its elegant Georgian period, ideal for a couple on a romantic escape! We absolutely loved the quality of the artistic work by the owners on the fixtures and furnishing. These included - among many delightful touches - a wine box (containing a complimentary Prossecco!) crafted into a perfect facsimile of the house façade, and a stunningly hand-painted feature wall in the bedroom, replete with peacocks and other exotic birds. (We felt this was an interesting take on hand-painted wallpapers we have seen in National Trust properties of the Georgian period). And there seemed nothing missing in the way of 21stC essentials - easy to use and cosy central heating, TV, Wi-Fi etc, and a very well-provided kitchen - though it was also very easy to eat out in this location! Car parking could have been a problem - the house entrance is on a narrow side street in the centre of town (though on a cul-de-sac, so very little traffic past the door) - but the owners solved this neatly by the booking including a permit covering the nearby car parks, for 24-hour, 7-day parking. The nearest car park was only a matter of tens of yards from the house so this worked fine. We found Wirksworth to be a lovely market town with plenty to do in the area on a short break, even at a time of year (February) when all the large stately homes are closed and long walks in the Peak District are not high on the agenda. There are several interesting churches (Wirksworth, Youlgreave, …), a fabulous bookshop in Cromford, even a nice circular walk out of the Counting House’s front door and up the hill to the view at the millennial StarDisc, with a detour across the old limestone quarries. And Derby is nearby, with its unmissable Museum and Art Gallery. All in all, highly recommended!"
Claire - verified booking
"We enjoyed the area and would visit again but not this cottage. We had an issue with the heating oil being smelt in the kitchen & lounge and had to leave the window open the 5 nights we stayed. My husband noticed there’s a leak as there was a pool of oil outside the kitchen window on the floor. Reported to the owner who blamed the wind blowing the wrong way! Also the blinds in the bedroom are inadequate. The light from the outside security light shines straight into the bedroom throughout the night. Mentioned to the owner who suggested we bloke them up, which we were already doing with cushions... not idea as it’s a barn and u can imagine how high one of the windows was. Shame, the decor and surrounding of this cottage is stunning but sadly we wouldn’t return. Also because it’s a small kitchen, but very well stocked I will add with quality crockery, the oven door wouldn’t open fully and I couldn’t adjust the shelves to fit our turkey in!"
Michael - verified booking
"Nice clean cosy cottage in a good location,very easy to reach National Trust, Mills and the Tram Museum as well as Matlock Bath and Matlock, nice walk uphill to the heights above Middleton with beautiful views with an information centre and cafe. Owners who lived next door were very friendly and helpful as were the other neighbours. Had a bit of a ride though to get provisions. Although back garden was as described it was difficult to access and we did not bother after the first day. The dog had to be taken a walk in local area but open area and small park very close to front of property. Big plus point was the Pub next door, parking is difficult for the cottage but okay for a small car. We were fortunate that the property adjacent was not in use and we were able to use their bay."