Cottage is really clean and tidy and well kitted out. It has everything you would need for a short stay. Beds really comfortable. Nice little village with two pubs that both serve food and we had the advantage of staying at the time of the village fayre which provided entertainment for an afternoon. Garden/ patio was a little small - we had to park the car in the road to give our two dogs some room outside, but that didn't cause us any issues. Some nice walks for the dogs.
The cottage has all mod cons. The two pubs in the village are pretty good. My first visit to the Peak District and it did not disappoint. Great scenery and very friendly people
We (four adults and one dog) have just spent a wonderful weekend in Cobblers Cottage. As the other reviews point out, it is well equipped, clean, pretty and has incredibly comfortable beds. Birchover is a quiet village with two pubs - we ate in The Druid's Arms - both of which welcomed our dog. There are a range of walks nearby and a well stocked shop in the next village. The friendly owners got back to me promptly when I made my first enquiry; rang to give some useful information about road works just before our visit; gave me a land line number in case our daughter was delayed and provided a helpful folder of information about the cottage and local attractions. We'd definitely return!
Perfect little cottage that has everything we need for a weekend away. Two village pubs both serving good food! Place was very clean and tidy
Another visit to this delightful holiday home such a nice place to come back to great for walking and sightseeing around derbyshire.
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Very charming inside and well equipped with everything you would need. Nice size bedrooms and beds were comfy. The twin room has an ensuite toilet with wash basin which is a tad on the small size but good to have. Downside is there's a bus stop outside the front. Theres no village shop but you can use the farm camp shop up the road. Red lion pub is 50 yards away and serves lovely food and The Druid Inn is approx 300 yards away and also serves lovely food. We were made welcome at both pubs.