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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!"
Ray - verified booking
"We visited the cottage with 2 dogs and so were disappointed that there wasn't a garden for the dogs to use. This would put us off visiting again but obviously wouldn't be a problem for someone without dogs.The location is fantastic and we were able to go on decent walks straight from the door of the cottage.The cottage is clean and tidy and has enough equipment for you to enjoy a self catering break.We found the sofas to be uncomfortable and are not sure how 4 people would comfortably spend time in the lounge.The biggest drawback was with the central heating. The thermostat is not in your control and so we woke up to a cold cottage a couple of time ( 12 centigrade ) and came back from walks during the day to a cold cottage. We also sometimes woke up to a hot cottage. This is the first place we have stayed where you could not control the heating yourself. I mentioned this to the owners at the end of the stay but didn't want to disrupt our holiday by complaining during the week ( especially as our dogs would get very stressed/aggressive if a stranger came into the cottage whilst we were there - there was nowhere separate to put them for this ).Overall we had a nice week but the central heating and sofas took away some of the pleasure in being in such a great location."
Darren - verified booking
"Hall Barn is perfect for large groups or families. The house is very well equipped, extremely clean and there were lots of lovely little touches (e.g milk in the fridge, jam, biscuits, tea, coffee and lots of toiletries). The bathrooms all look new and were well fitted out. The kitchen has everything you could need and is very spacious. The garden photos shows only 4 chairs but there is enough garden furniture for at least 12 people. The garden is well enclosed so the dogs could go out but the wall is low enough for a large dog to jump so if you have an escape artist keep an eye on it! There is no shop in the village but there is one at Longnor a few minutes drive away. There is a pub in the village but it is very strange ! It's like the land that time forgot and although the landlord was ok with us I can image he could be very abrupt with customers and customer service is not hid strong point. Some of the beer was undrinkable but he didn't take kindly to criticism"
Chris - verified booking
"A large and somewhat rambling cottage, having been extended/combined with another. This results in the living room being a little small, eg with only 4 comfortable seats to watch TV together, in a cottage marketed for 6 people. Fortunately not a problem for us, but others should consider it carefully. We found it generally fine, as there are several large tables, ideal for laying out the board games that like to play and which often last several days!Comfort was generally good, with everything provided that we could want. Small issues included a blunt bread knife (making loaves crumble but not slice well); very hot bedrooms, made worse by difficulty in opening the small windows (we unfortunately suffered a severe heatwave while there); and a bath which splashed a lot while filling (tending to make puddles on the floor)."
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."