Goosehill Hall Cottages were originally farm buildings. Set around the old farmyard, the cottages have traditional thick stone walls and views across the surrounding fields to Winnats Pass and Mam Tor. Approached down a tree-lined drive, the cottages provide the ideal getaway, yet the facilities of the village are at most 10 minutes walk away.
Each cottage enjoys underfloor heating, high speed wifi and a television with catch-up. Each cottage has a fully fitted kitchen with dishwasher. The larger cottages also have a washer-dryer.
The accommodation is self catering. Linen and towels are provided.
All of our bathrooms are fitted with generous walk-in showers.
Some people choose to cook, others make use of the many pubs and cafes in the village.
A heated boot room provides a large sink, and a washing machine and tumble dryer
Parking is on site. There are also lockable boxes for bicycle storage
All residents have access to the adjoining field. (This field is also used to graze sheep. We are unable to accept dogs and other pets other than registered assistance dogs.)
The Coach House (sleeps 4) retains features which tell its history - a large opening at the front with stone and wooden arches, handmade brick lining, slit windows and an outside staircase. Visitors can enjoy glimpses of the fields and local sheep the through the slits, wide views to Mam Tor and a private sitting area at the top of the outside staircase. (There is an inside staircase as well!)
Lettings are for any period of three days or more. A full week, a weekend or a mid-week break - you decide.
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We regret that we cannot accommodate animals, other than trained registered assistance dogs
Our property is non-smoking both indoors and throughout the grounds and gardens.
Booking conditions are set out in more detail here
The Gardener's Cottage (sleeps 4) is a former farm store which has been transformed into a cosy cottage. Old features retained in the renovation are external doorways opened up to let in more light, an intriguing old shutter and substantial wooden beams in the bedrooms.
Please note that the bathroom is downstairs and that one side of the double bed is under the eaves.
The Stables (sleeps 6) is a conversion of farm buildings used as garaging for a Bentley. The Bentley has long gone, but the Stables cottages have been renovated into a light and airy cottage with the old beams visible upstairs.
The Barn (sleeps 6) was exactly that. The Barn is the largest cottage with a private garden and a very large living room. It is ideal for larger groups taking more than one cottage - all could meet and/or eat together in The Barn.