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Barley Mews Cottages

Type:Cottage

Barley Mews
Dronfield
Derbyshire
S18 8XH
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Tel07732 063662

Barley Mews interior, lounge

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Pine Cottage - sleeps 4 - a delightful cottage ideal for couples or small families

Beech Cottage - sleeps 9 - a spacious cottage ideal for families and friends

Oak Cottage - sleeps 8 - a spacious cottage ideal for families and friends

All these cottages are Dog Friendly (at a small cost).

Barley Mews Self-Catering Cottages are located on the fringe of The Peak District National Park offering you the perfect backdrop to your family holiday or long weekend break. Larger than life landscapes, dramatic skies and rolling hills with many pretty towns and villages nestled amongst the Peaks and Dales.

Within a short walk or drive of Barley Mews, there is an abundance of things to do and see with many national treasures to explore during your stay. Local attractions include Mam Tor, Stanage Edge, Haddon Hall, The Monsal Trail, Dovedale, The Heights of Abraham, The Pavilion Gardens at Buxton, Ladybower Reservoir, Bakewell, The Blue John Cavern to name but a few. Both Chesterfield and Sheffield are only a short drive, bus or train ride away, where you will find shops and restaurants, markets and venues for an evening's entertainment.

The Chatsworth Estate is only a 10 minutes’ drive. The market town of Bakewell is only a 12-mile drive. Famous for its Bakewell pudding and tart, and the beautiful old bridge over the River Wye. A variety of independent shops, farmers market, great cafes, and pubs. The Spa town of Buxton, a little further is the home of the famous Buxton Water, which you can sample straight from St Ann’s Well. The town is noted for its stunning Georgian architecture including, The Crescent, Pavilion Gardens, and Opera House.

Guide Prices

Number of Rooms / Units
3
Room / Unit TypeCapacityRoom / Unit Tariff*Notes
Beech Cottage9£1,450.00 per unit per weekBeech Cottage - sleeps 9 - pricing from £1450 to £2500 per week. Minimum: 3 nights.
Oak Cottage8£1,450.00 per unit per weekOak Cottage - sleeps 8 - pricing from £1450 to £2500 per week. Minimum: 3 nights.
Pine Cottage4£650.00 per unit per weekPine Cottage - sleeps 4 - pricing from £650 to £950 per week. Minimum: 3 nights.

*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

Facilities

Booking & Payment Details

  • Visa/Mastercard/Switch accepted - Credit cards accepted

Children

  • Children welcome - Any age.
  • High chairs available

Parking

  • Free Parking
  • Private parking

Property Facilities

  • Dogs/pets accepted by arrangement - Dogs only. At a small cost.
  • WiFi or internet access

Room/Unit Facilities

  • Bath
  • Hairdryer
  • King-sized bed
  • Shower
  • Television

Site Features

  • Garden

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Dronfield is situated roughly midway between Chesterfield to the south and the city of Sheffield to the north. The A61 trunk road Dronfield–Unstone Bypass cuts through the town, although this is not directly accessible from the town centre itself. A network of secondary roads serves local traffic: the B6054, B6056, B6057 and B6158.

M1 junction 29 / 30 – approx. 20 mins 

Public Transport Directions

A number of regular buses connect Dronfield with both Chesterfield and Sheffield.

Dronfield railway station – about 5 mins in a taxi.

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