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Kitchen with slate tiled floor,oak dining table and all mod con's. Comfortable lounge with solid oak floor,oak beams and wood burning stove. Large walk in shower room with double washbasins.
Large master bedroom with double bed and window seat. Single bedroom with cast iron single bed and pull out bed....Kitchen with slate tiled floor,oak dining table and all mod con's. Comfortable lounge with solid oak floor,oak beams and wood burning stove. Large walk in shower room with double washbasins.
Large master bedroom with double bed and window seat. Single bedroom with cast iron single bed and pull out bed.More
Peaceful location near lots of footpaths to the hills or the river of the Rivelin Valley. Pub a couple of mins away but you need a car for other trips for provisions etc. unless you check out bus times. A trip by car to the...More
A hidden gem in the Rivelin valley, midway between Sheffield and the Peak District National Park. Lovely stone cottage located on a quiet B road, offering a lot of privacy, with views across the valley. Refreshing and modern renovation inside, but maintains a cosy cottage...More
This is a great cottage and the location is perfect for exploring the Peak District and also near enough to easily visit Sheffield city centre. A really great city.
We have family living in the area and it makes a great base to visit them...More
Date of stay: April 2017
A Holiday Lettings verified reviewer
Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 14 September 2016
A Holiday Lettings verified reviewer Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Blackberry Cottage was as lovely as we hoped it would be - with plenty character and all the mod cons you need to have a very relaxing holiday. Waking up to a stunning view across the valley each morning and a cow mooing was exactly...More
Situated in Beautiful Rivelin valley, which has sceneic riverside walks and an industrial heritage trail focusing on the many water wheels and mills which once dotted the valley.
The river Rivelin itself drains the peat moors of the peak, flowing via Rivelin Dams, through the wooded valley, to Malin Bridge. The cottage itself lies on the south facing valley side, above the site where old water wheels and mills once stood.