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Emma - verified booking
"What a gem! Myself and my partner stayed here during the first week of October 2018. We were going through the stressful process of buying a house at the time and this was a much welcomed break.The location is fantastic; easy to find and just up the road from Melbourne village in Derby. The cottage is about half a mile along a gravel path from the main property and is perfectly secluded to give you the feeling of being completely alone. Highly recommended for anyone looking for some peace and tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.Stunning fields surround the cottage and a line of trees accent the side of the cottage where the hot tub sits. The hot tub was a definite highlight and we used this everyday of the holiday; sometimes it was during the day where we could watch rabbits and pheasants across the fields, other times it was in the evening so we could enjoy the stars. The cottage itself is gorgeous and has been furnished by someone with a keen eye for style. It is definitely not style over substance though as things like the heated bathroom floor and adjustable lighting were well thought out and all furniture is of a high quality.The bed in the master room was very comfy and I loved the quirky inclusion of a toilet and shower in the master bedroom too.The location of the accommodation means you have easy access to plenty of things to do. The highlights for us were when we visited Calke Abbey and a fascinating little hollowed-out cave called Anchor Church.All in all we had a fantastic time and we can't wait to come back! It truly is a little slice of heaven and we have recommended this to many of our friends looking for a break from their busy lives.Thank you!"
Nancy - verified booking
"We had a lovely week at Park View Barn. We had perfect weather that helped, so we spent a lot of time in the 'sun room' and south facing garden. We have two dogs and the garden was secure and big enough for them to investigate smells and noises without feeling hemmed in. The trees in the garden were full of ripe apples that kept falling from the branches, so we utilised them - and the wonderful kitchen - by making apple cake and apple crumble. The walks in the woods nearby were excellent too. Going to a new area with dogs is always a little unnerving as you want to be sure they are safe and not going to get lost. The wide mown pathways meant it was easy to keep a track on where the dogs were and it was easy to find your way around. The location is beautiful and waking up to see horses and chickens out the window was lovely. And the sunrises and sunsets were stunning too. You truly felt like you were in the middle of nowhere. However, if you did want to go anywhere it was not far to civilisation. Only two things were disappointing, one the road to the property is unmade so if you have a heavily laden car with not great suspension - look out! The other was the shower, not overly safe if you have mobility issues or are unsteady on your feet. We would visit again. We needed a week away to relax and do nothing. This property allowed us to do this and not feel guilty about being lazy!"
Louise - verified booking
"We had a lovely stay at the Broomhills. Unfortunately the weather was awful but it didn’t stop us enjoying ourselves. The hot tub was lovely and the cottage and grounds are fab. We only had one criticism and that would be the two German shepherd dogs that get walked on the grounds every morning. The dogs every morning came right up to the house and poo’d in the garden every day and the owner never once picked it up so we were having to. Plus these dogs were quite intimidating when you had to walk past them. We have a cockapoo and she loved the land. We were also in the hot tub and a brown Labrador came running over from another field and decided to poo right by the hot tub. His also we had to clean up. I felt the cottage could have benefited from a thorough clean as the tv cabinet was covered in dust and other areas too but it didn’t take away from how lovely the cottage was. Perhaps new towels would be nice as some of them were heavily stained. We found the cottage had all the essentials including dishwasher tablets, tea, coffee and the welcome bottle of wine was a lovely touch. We would definitely recommend the Broomhills and will be looking to re book soon. Helpfully with better weather!"
Janet - verified booking
"I was not really sure what to expect when I booked this barn for a family get together to celebrate several big birthdays and anniversaries, but the picture in the advert does not really do it justice. we have a great time and the four bedrooms worked very well for us. There was a bit of and issue with the hot water but this was rectified quite quickly as was the issue with wifi - we did not expect it to be great in view of the location - in the heart of the country. it is a perfect place for children as it is well away from traffic. My only complaint would be that the 'games room' was said to have table tennis, snooker & table foot ball when in fact there was only a snooker table. we had had the foresight to take garden games with us which were also enjoyed by other hirers - they probably thought they were provided !!"
David - verified booking
"This was for a few days near Derby before my daughter's wedding in the city, for a three-generation family group. We used the ground floor bedroom and bathroom, whilst my partner's daughter and her husband used the inter-connecting bedrooms upstairs for themselves and the children. The lounge and kitchen are open-plan, and also upstairs. The cottage itself is at the end of a lane in a very rural area, but with shops, pubs*, etc only a few miles away. So the setting is very quiet, except for the beautiful peacocks/hens which roam the garden and sometimes stare into ground floor windows! As would be expected in an old building, there are many steps of varying heights to get used to, and in some places slightly sloping floors - but generally this adds to the charm.*The Cow at Dalbury Lees (a couple of miles away) is recommended."