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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Derbyshire.
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!"
Tom - verified booking
"We secured Bridge House as a last minute deal. The only other review on this site seemed to rate the property 1/10 despite the person not staying at the property (I understand the frustration but I didn’t think this was particularly fair to rate the property so low if they had no experience of it).Upon arrival we were surprised to find this cottage sits at the front of a small site housing approximately 12 log cabins. The site is appealing as one enters it. It is approximately 200m away from a reasonable children’s play area, basketball court and football pitches. On site there are spa facilities which we hadn’t prices for, but based on the lack of availability my wife was unable to experience this service. The site is quiet, and we found Ian, the on-site warden, friendly and understanding of a few niggles.The property itself was clean, and well supplied, with some essentials such as tea bags, milk and washing up liquid provided. The hot tub was a very welcome addition, and there is a fair sized garden to enjoy a summer’s evening. We opted for a stair gate, which wasn’t present upon arrival. A stair gate is needed for young children as the only bathrooms are on the split level of ground level, so young children who sleep walk may fall easily (as our youngest highlighted. I did offer to go and buy one and it was put in place by Ian, with a refund given. The master bedroom mattress is arguably the hardest and most uncomfortable I’ve ever slept on. It really needs to be changed!Overall we enjoyed our experience and would return to the cottage again."
Andy - verified booking
"An absolute stunning location. Central to surrounding areas; Bakewell, Chatsworth, Matlock and the like. The apartment was homely. Almost everything was there to make our stay a pleasurable one, and the romance of sleeping in a four-poster bed was in deed a bonus, as was the bottle of fizz and chocolates. The decor is very dated though, with a few scuffs and chips around the place, and looked like something Great Aunt Emily would be proud of. The apartment would benefit greatly with the addition of WiFi. But most of the surrounding pubs and hotel bars had free WiFi, so a nice evening walk to the pub wasn’t all bad.The allocated parking space is a definite God-send, but, be warned, it is very tight to reverse in to. It was a shame that on Wednesday morning the scaffolding unexpectedly arrived to spoil the beautiful views from the living-room window and obscured our “people watching” experience.Over all, we had a very nice, relaxing break at the Savoy. The big downers were the lack of WiFi and the appearance of the scaffolding. Both of which we feel could’ve been mentioned on the phone by the owners before hand."
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!"
Lucy - verified booking
"We stayed at the lodge for a 60th birthday weekend. Upon arrival the lodge was freezing and there was no logs to start a fire and it did state on our email there should be enough logs for our whole stay. The central heating also didn't work. We called the help number and someone came to try to work the heating. Still didnt work ans promised he would be back in the morning with logs as we have brought some by this point. No one turned up. We called again and again. Finally the manager turned up at 5pm with logs but still couldn't get the heating on. Thr heating finally. Came on during the night and turned off in the morning. There was also not adequate kitchen items. Lady bird and fly infestation in the master bedroom. Not very clean as loads of large cobwebs everywhere. Also Netflix didn't work as it said too many people was already using it."