Enjoy the winter evenings with the woodburning stove
Watch some DVDs on those winter nights
All the linen is included
There is a washing machine to use
Short breaks available all year at Ash Cottage
Have a glass of wine in the garden on a summer evening
Details of Ash Cottage
The holiday cottage "Ash Cottage" can be found in Tideswell, near Bakewell - Derbyshire. Ash Cottage is about 7 miles from Bakewell. Ash Cottage can sleep 4 people with 2 bedrooms to sleep your holiday party.
A family sized holiday cottage near Bakewell, Ash Cottage could be the one for you. Come the evening, the pub and restaurant are 75 yards, and the shop is 100 yards from Ash Cottage.
There is a 4 star rating at Ash Cottage - so you will have an excellent standard throughout.
Reviews of Ash Cottage
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These are the reviews for Ash Cottage. There are 101 reviews.
Quaint cottage in lovely setting,and was perfectly placed for our long weekend outings. Walter from Gt.Yarmouth (24 July 2017)
The only downside to this beautiful cottage is the size of the outside space. Our dog had nowhere to get access to grass without walking her right through the village, and that was a shame. Maybe some tips in the cottage folder about how to get to somewhere where it's ok for the dog to go to the toilet would have been helpful. Otherwise it was a wonderful break in a gorgeous cottage in a gorgeous village. Thank you. Nicola (19 June 2017)
Lovely little cottage on a nice quiet street, kitchen well equipped, beds very comfy, good shower. Steph from Nottingham (02 June 2017)
Great location and beautiful village with everything you need on the doorstep. The cottage it's self is lovely, the space is very generous for such a period property, some lovely furniture which showed it off and the flooring downstairs is very practical for dog owners, however the cottage did smell of dogs and unfortunately the cleanliness was up to scratch, there was lots of human hair upstairs and dust behind the beds, the main bed was uncomfortable and very noisy. Overall a great cottage in a beautiful location but lacks on the housekeeping front. Gary (29 May 2017)
We had a great weekend in ash cottage,cottage is lovely and tides well a great place to base yourselves. The only negatives being the cottage was cold on arrival and no milk,tea or coffee in the cottage when we arrived late evening after a long journey Customer 5 (01 May 2017)
Great place to base your holiday with pubs, walks and amenities on your doorstep. The children loved the area and thought the cottage was brilliant. I would definitely stay again. . . car parking is not included but there is more than enough free spaces 30yrds away. All off the main road so very safe. Customer 6 from Rugby (21 April 2017)
We had a wonderful time. Ash cottage was well placed for our peak walks and visits to local towns and heritage sites. The cottage was cosy and facilities very good. Our mobile phone reception was poor in the house but wifi good and it helped us to get away from the rat race for a week! Peter from Nottingham (14 April 2017)
Lovely cottage in a nice spot. Brian from Burnley (20 March 2017)
Ash cottage is charming, cosy and the village has everything and more you could need. The walks locally have to be done followed by a drink or two at the horse and jockey where both children and dogs are very welcome, we will definitely be visiting again! Suzanne from Durham (24 February 2017)
A very cosy traditional cottage complete with a wood burning fire in a beautiful village with walks on the doorstep Verity from Hartlepool (17 February 2017)
Lovely cottage, local people very friendly and welcoming. Super break. Andrew from Malvern (06 January 2017)
Ash cottage was very comfortable and well situated for visiting the many sights of the peak district. Our only complaint was the lack of appliance & woodburner instructions for guests. Whilst the woodburner looked good it wasn't easy to light, in fact we gave up! which was a pity because it was very cold during our visit. Looking through the visitor book, we weren't alone regarding this, maybe a simple step by step guide would be a good idea?. other than that, all was fine. We would return, but in the summer when a fire isn't needed! Yvonne from London (25 November 2016)
The cottage is placed in one of the nicest villages we've been to. we enjoyed the minute walk to the local pub the horse and jockey, had great walks with the dog and couldn't believe how many different cafes, and shops there were. We enjoyed fish and chips from the local fish and chip shop and bought our food provisions from the village co-op. Tideswell really does have everything you could need. . the cottage was lovely and well equipped. We did have some issues with the lock on the front door and couldn't lock it from the inside on the first night. We then got locked out the next day after having been for a long walk. The neighbours were very helpful though and gave us their spare key having worked out the front door key we had was broken. It's a shame that the caretaker hadn't read the previous visitors entry in the visitors book because they had had exactly the same issues as us with the lock and it could have been rectified before our stay. . we had a good day out at the height of abrahams, a lovely walk at monsals head, sunday lunch at the horse and jockey, and a day shopping in bakewell. . we loved the peak district and can't wait to go back. Katharine from Northampton (10 October 2016)
Some small issues with pans and cooking trays in the kitchen needin up grading. Front door lock very difficult from inside to lock once locked impossible to lunlock. Which resulted in my husband climbing out of the front window each morning to unlock from the outside. No instructions on where to put general waste. Denise from Liverpool (07 October 2016)
Lovely warm and comfortable cottage. Lovely village with dog friendly pubs. The garden is small but is ok for sitting in the sun. The walls in the garden are very low so we had to keep the dog on her lead Amanda from Blackburn (23 September 2016)
Excellent cottage, in a beautiful village. Everything we needed was provided. Some lovely walks right from front door. Would recommend to everyone. Martin from Redditch (16 September 2016)
Great little cottage, located in a nice little village. Great position for exploring the local area. There are a couple of very nice cafe's within 50 meters of the cottage, try high nelly's for latte and very nice lunches. The red lion at litton for evening meals. If you are a dog walker, chatsworth ( the top of chatsworth, is a nice walk). froggets ledge??, and over haddon and lower haddon are lovely walks, next to a small river). Alan from Wickhm, Hampshire (29 July 2016)
Unfortunately we had a dreadful week regarding weather, not that is any fault of the accommodation, but it did mar the week. the location and the neighbours were perfect. We will try ash cottage again, and hope for better weather Donald from Barrow-Upon-Soar (17 June 2016)
Beautiful,clean,cozy cottage wish we had the money to buy it!! lovely friendly,clean village.great food and atmosphere at the horse & jockey,locals and staff very friendly.location is brilliant we'll definitely be going back. Wendy from Derby (09 June 2016)
We had a wonderful time in tideswell, ash cottage was a quaint little cottage our only complaint is the sofa wasn't very comfortable and through no fault of your own the down stairs living room was very dark and could do with better lights. . you should make it clear when people are booking that there is a no dogs upstairs policy. But over all pleased with out stay. All the information you provide is very useful. Debbie from Gloucestershire (03 June 2016)
Nice little cottage, well placed. The smallest bedroom is very cramped and I don't know how 2 people would sleep in there and have enough space for clothes, but, as there were only 3 of us it was not difficult Jennifer from Market Harborough (20 May 2016)
Pretty cottage, tastefully furnished. larger towels would have been nice and a few more dessert/cereal bowls and a sharp knife or knife sharpener would have been helpful but overall the cottage was well equipped and very cosy. We had a good time there.we enjoyd Elise from Nice, France (13 May 2016)
Such a beautiful cosy cottage. Great location in the village - plenty of shops and cafes and pubs. Great location for walking too. . only downside would be that there are some very noisy floorboards upstairs - not amazing if you have a baby sleeping! Debs from Cambridge (28 March 2016)
L ovely clean comfy cottage in very friendly village Ian from Wirral (24 March 2016)
Lovely cottage near the heart of the village. Cozy fire and friendly pub a short stroll away.kitchen well equipped and beds nice and comfy. Will definately be back, loved it!! Amanda from Blunham (07 March 2016)
The cottage was gorgeous- everything felt loved and homely. Everything had been thought about- even the spoons were good quality!! the cottage was spotless and for our arrival the heating was on and some cosy lighting so that we felt totally at home as soon as we walked through the door. Location was great- right next to a dog friendly pub and round the corner from local amenities like post office, supermarket, fish and chip shop..but still villagey location. Really enjoyed our time here. Only one thing to note is that the garden is v v small and not really that accessible- you have to go up steep steps to sit out there. Laura from London (22 February 2016)
We had a lovely 4 night stay in ash cottage during february half term week. on arrival the cottage was nice and warm and well presented. Tideswell is a great little town with all amenities available, the local pub which is 2 minutes walk from the cottage had a really friendly and welcoming atmosphere and served great pub grub. we enjoyed days out to eyam, sudbury hall and cycled the monsal trail all within easy reach of the cottage. it was great to return to ash cottage at the end of a day out in the cold fresh air and light the wood burner and relax in this charming cottage. Would definitely go again!! Mike from Southport (19 February 2016)
Tideswell is a lovely village in a very convenient position in the area. The cottage was comfortable, clean and well equipped. The only negative (and it is minor) was that it is quite claustrophobic as both front and rear views are on to brick walls. Mandy from Bristol (08 February 2016)
Beds a little uncomfortable. . would help having a dishwasher. After you have been walking all day would be nice to beable to cook then relax after. . personal choice but would of made stay even better. Gemma from Lincolnshire (05 February 2016)
Overpriced. Welcome tray would have been nice, shower inadequate, small bedroom not really a double would be better as a single. William from Billingham (04 January 2016)
Our party of four booked five days over christmas. Ash cottage is located in the centre of the pretty town of tideswell. Our first impressions, as we walked in, was how warm and cosy the cottage was. A spacious comfortable lounge with log burning fire leads to a well equipped, modern kitchen. Bedrooms and bathroom proved to be disappointing. The double bed is too big for the room proving quite hard to manoeuvre ones self around it, especially when 6 foot and 15 stone!! also quite inadequate hanging space. The twin bedded room is a better size but our party found the mattresses to be uncomfortable. The bathroom is quite dated with a badly broken bath panel but the main problem for our party of 4 adults was the inefficient electric shower which we found almost impossible to "get wet" under. ( no decent water pressure). the small out side space was, sadly, in a very sorry state and could have done with a good tidy up before guests arrive. On a positive note , the neighbours were very friendly and welcoming. The walking, from the front door, is excellent. Good pubs and local shops. Paul from Macclesfield (28 December 2015)
Had a lovely break in ash cottage which is homely,clean and cosy. Despite the inclement weather we found plenty to do and would definitely stay again. Confirmed Guest (14 December 2015)
This was the third cottage i'd stayed in in tideswell. the location was excellent. the cottage was very spacious. the only downside was the bathroom. I couldn't use the shower properly as the water pressure was so low and the shower head couldn't be positioned correctly. I had to take the shower head off the pole it was held on, wet myself, soap myself and rinse myself. I have long hair and wasn't able to wash my hair using the shower. apart from that I would definitely stay in ash cottage again and would definitely recommend it. Jane from Ipswich (23 November 2015)
Excellent cottage, very cosy and welcoming. Would definitely stay again. Mike from West Malling (08 November 2015)
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay, the owners and caretaker really do look after it. We're already looking at coming back next spring. tideswell is a cracking little village and a short drive to most places. We recommend castleton, the mon tor walk which is near by and the monsal trail. Do have a meal there, the food is delicious. In addition, 1530 in castleton is an excellent italian. . we have 2 suggestions for the cottage itself. We think the front door could do with an additional lock, maybe a bolt lock and the kitchen window could do with a blind. . thanks very much. Will and bryony Will from Lincoln (02 November 2015)
A nice little cottage, tastefully furnished. It's bigger inside than it looks. Tideswell is a nice village with pubs very close by and essential shops. we would stay again. Julie from Hertfordshire (14 September 2015)
Ash cottage is in a wonderful village location centrally positioned in the peak district. It had nice decor and was surprisingly spacious although the main bedroom was rather cramped & it was difficult to access both sides of the bed. There was no wi-fi or any chance of getting a signal on our mobiles, most of the crockery was chipped & could not manage to get 4 plates the same size for family meals. Garden ,if you could call it that!, was accessed by very steep steps up from back of cottage & surrounded by all the other back yards-very public & dogs all around so our dog was scared to join us. Dogs either side seemed to bark all night. Lisa from Portsmouth (21 August 2015)
The cottage was just as promised. comfortable, attractive and well equipped. The village is nice and central for exploring the area, it has a good selection of shops for the necessities of life. good pubs, eateries and lovely people. couldn't ask for more. Tony from Cornhill-On-Tweed - North Northumberland (05 June 2015)
Ash cottage was rasy to find, and parking was near by. . when we entered the heating was on making for a warm welcome. . overall we enjoyed our stay and wpild highly recommend rhis cottage Nick from Sowerby Bridge (25 May 2015)
Lovely cottage in excellent location. Chris from Solihull (01 May 2015)
Lovely cottage. Great location. Super walks. A thoroughly enjoyable week. Looking forward to a return visit. Tideswell is a great base for a visit to derbyshire and the peaks. Malcolm from New Milton (27 March 2015)
Ash cottage was comfortable and warm the problem we had was there were not enough cooking pans/dishes to cook an evening meal. we went to tideswell to walk from the cottage and mainly eat in. also there was very little storage space for food other than the fridge/freezer. I would also say that parking was not easy, we had to park some way away on the main road. the carpark indicated in the description was always full. Heather from Suttton Courtenay, Oxon (13 March 2015)
An excellent cottage in an ideal spot for visiting the peak district. All the facilities of tideswell within a short walk from the cottage but retaining the feel of being in a secluded spot. Colin from Medway (28 December 2014)
Really nice house, well laid out, great location with great food shops within 100 yards, several pubs nearby all easy to walk to. Some sites say wifi but it is a bt fon zone so free if you are a bt customer, it is slow but ok for checking emails. Loads of books, magazines, local info, some games and dvd's all left to enjoy. Great place and would thoroughly recommend. Nigel from Suffolk (24 November 2014)
We had a wonderful holiday in ash cottage very cosy. Sally from Trewellard, Cornwall (21 November 2014)
Another enjoyable stay in a very well-presented cottage which we like. Any faults are swiftly corrected given contact and communications. Our only reason for not spreading the word for this cottage would be that it may be booked up when we want to return!!. Jeffrey from Sandwich, Kent (02 October 2014)
Centrally located in village meant parking was sometimes an issue but otherwise excellent cottage. Could have done with a bit more instruction on how to use e.g. Cooker, but worked things out in the end. Gordon from Cromer (26 September 2014)
Stayed here for my husbands 50th birthday weekend, it was fantastic, much larger than expected, with everything you could want in a cottage, beds were very comfy. The village was perfect, lovely cathedral, and very friendly pubs, had a lovely sunday lunch in the horse and jockey. Easy drive to lots of town and villages in the area, we will be back for sure !! Julie from Solihull (01 September 2014)
The cottage was just as we had hoped - comfortable and very pretty. We really enjoyed our stay and the location was superb, very central for all of the places we wished to visit. Everyone was very friendly and there are lots of good pubs and restaurants to choose from locally. the four of us did agree that having wi-fi would have been a huge bonus as we all had ipads and iphones with us. also, space was really tight when having to access the bed in the second bedroom. having said that, it didn't marr our stay and we look forward to returning to derbyshire soon. Barbara from Wirral (08 August 2014)
Lovely, convenient location. everything needed/wanted available..and we had brilliantly sunny warm weather all week! Chris from Hove (25 July 2014)
Cottage beautifully presented, clean and well equipped. It is located in a picturesque village within reach of many of the attractions the peak district has to offer. only one small criticism, the washing machine is very noisy on spin cycle. Margaret from Shotton (30 May 2014)
All amenities that could be asked for, perfectly situated in tidzer, and comfortable. Jeffrey from Sandwich (16 May 2014)
Ash cottage exceeded our expectations for comfort, location and cosiness. It was warm and welcoming on arrival. I did mention in the visitors book that fluffier towels and ice tray for cubes would have made it perfect. Would certainly recommend it and would like to stay there again. Marie (31 March 2014)
Very cosy and well equipped cottage. great location and lovely and warm. Beds very comfortable. bathroom well appointed. Only reservations are lounge furniture not comfortable for sitting and reading or watching tv for longer periods. also lounge lighting is not suitable to sit and read b.y especially older clients who need more light. Some bulbs in wall lights need replacing. Geoff from Fleet (28 March 2014)
Excellent. Paul from Hornchurch (21 March 2014)
A lovely cottage which has been well decorated, the shower however was a little disappointing. There were areas of damp in one the bedrooms and in the sitting room, however due to all of the recent rain it can be understood. Enjoyed the break in a beautiful part of the country. Susanne from Kingston-Upon-Thames (21 February 2014)
A lovely cosy cottage that suited our needs perfectly for a long weekend away with a new baby. Great welcome with the lamp and heating already on. Especially lovely kitchen and lounge with more space than the pictures lead you to believe! we had a very relaxing time and would definitely recommend both the cottage and the location. Hopefully we will be able to make a return visit. Sophie from Walton On Thames (17 February 2014)
A beautiful cottage in a beautiful location. Had such a chilled long weekend in the peaks & ash cottage was the perfect retreat. Shop, pub & tea room all in handy walking distance.the cottage itself was cleaned & maintained to a high level. Would love to buy it!!!! Michelle from Boston, Lincs (10 February 2014)
Well equipped, well heated and convenient for local shops and pubs etc David from Alford (27 January 2014)
The only problem is I left an expensive jacket when we departed and no one has contacted me re this very disappointing Paul from Southend On Sea Essex (01 January 2014)
We had a very enjoyable stay. the cottage and location suited us well. D. from Nr Sudbury (29 November 2013)
Excellent . a cosy ambiance . Duncan from Harwich (18 November 2013)
A delightful cottage with lovely touches Pauline from Ilkley (11 November 2013)
The cottage is in a great location for exploring derbyshire with lots of walks around tideswell itself. The people of tideswell are very friendly and the village shops have everything you need without having to go into buxton or bakewell. Ash cottage is like a home from home and the only reason we did not score it a 10 was the dvd player was not working at the time we rented. The owners are aware of this and i'm sure will have rectified the situation by now. This was our second visit and i'm sure it won't be our last. Janet from Neston (11 October 2013)
Good location for getting into the dales. Good shops for provisions with a very good butchers and pubs in village within easy walking distance. Overall a most enjoyable holiday. David from Woodbridge (27 September 2013)
A very good place to stay, if very noisy floorboards upstairs. would not stay again as we like to try different places. Jane from Fakenham (08 September 2013)
Beautiful cottage in a lovely location, walking distance to pubs, local stores and get park of the peaks. Charlotte from Godalming (06 September 2013)
A cosy well located cottage, rear space could do with some maintenance Customer 68 from Woodbridge (23 August 2013)
Excellent cottage in a beautiful location. John (02 August 2013)
All good Malcolm from Cockermouth (07 Jun 2013)
Overall very good. The weather was cold and wet most days but the cottage was lovely, warm and cosy. Christine from Silsoe, Beds. (17 May 2013)
Nice and cosy..good location...neighbours each side of cottage friendly...good for takeaways and pubs and shops. . pretty and relaxing place to be with all of the popular attractions of chatsworth house , bakewell etc, etc all near by..very good. Doug from Benington, Herts. (10 May 2013)
Close to local shops and pubs Confirmed Purchaser from Durham (05 April 2013)
Excellent position with a couple of pubs in easy walking distance that serve good food. well appointed and comfortable cottage. Fp from Somerset (18 March 2013)
Beautiful cottage and location Susanne from London (22 February 2013)
Warm and comfortable Alison from Lincoln (07 January 2013)
Loved the cottage! very cosy but with plenty of space. Very close to local pubs and beautiful walks. Will stay again. Clare from Rotherham (16 December 2012)
Beautifully presented and homely. Were made to feel welcome on arrival as light left on. Good facilities. Caroline from Tunbridge Wells (02 December 2012)
Lovely clean and well presented cottage Ian from York (05 November 2012)
Central location, well equipped comfortable cottage Linda from Norwich (21 October 2012)
We loved staying here. Such a lovely vibe with a cosy lounge and a wood burner. The kitchen had everything we needed and the bedrooms are lovey with a verycomfortable bed. The village was stunning with friendly helpful locals and lovely walks on the doorstep. We enjoyed a very nice mean at the horse and jockey pub wich was only a very short walk from the cottage. I would recommend this cottage to anyone. Karen from Cambridgshire (19 October 2012)
Extremely well equipped for all seasons. Barbara from Kempston, Bedford (25 June 2012)
Every comfort catered for. Contemporary finish in a traditional home. Customer 84 (June 2012)
The Cottage came highly recommended by friends and it didn’t disappoint. A beautiful cottage in a beautiful part of the country. Customer 86 (May 2012)
This is a fantastic cottage is a quiet little area with plenty of local amenities (pubs, restaurants, shops etc.) The cottage had everything we needed for a comfortable stay and we were able to have meals in thanks to the large array of cooking utensils available. Beautifully decorated and thoroughly enjoyable. The location is perfect with walking trails right from the doorstep. It is also ideally placed close to larger towns such as Bakewell and Buxton, both perfect for days out. I would really recommend this beautiful cottage. Customer 87 (March 2012)
The cottage was superb, such a lovely welcoming atmosphere, comfortable, spotless and beautifully detailed a real jewel. Customer 88 (March 2012)
This was a well equipped and very warm and cosy cottage, with great decor. The bed was very comfortable and it was located in a fabulous village. I would definately recommend a stay there and would certainly re-book. Customer 89 (December 2011)
Ash Cottage is number 10... we arrived in the dark so it may be tricky to find without a number! But once you are there it is the most amazin cottage! Customer 90 (December 2011)
Ash Cottage is quaint and immaculate. Really enjoyed our stay there and would choose it again if staying in that area. Customer 91 (September 2011)
I couldnt fault my stay at Ash cottage. It was so homely, and comfortable with all necessary requirements included. The location was perfect so central to other places, I have recommended the cottage and area to friends and family. And I will definitely will return next year ... Customer 92 (September 2011)
The cottage is well fitted out and in a lovely small village. Its equipped with everything you need. the local butcher a few doors down provided us with some fantastic local meat. We also loved the upper derwent damn walk and stroll around the grounds of chatsworth house. Customer 93 (August 2011)
Really cosy but modern cottage, in a nice quiet location. Customer 94 (July 2011)
The cottage was lovely, just like the pictures on the internet. It had everything you could want in a cottage. It was very cosy at night. The kitchen was very modern and had everything. The location was great for seeing all the sights of the Peak District. I just wish we’d stayed longer. Will be going back in a few years time. Customer 95 (May 2011)
Beautifully equipped, cosy, well located for walking & visits with the National Park. Customer 96 (March 2011)
We really enjoyed our stay at Ash Cottage the accommodation was perfect really cosy and comfortable, good pubs nearby for food. Will definitely be back. Customer 97 (November 2010)
It was stylish, homely, pretty, warm and we would live there never mind holiday there! Customer 98 (November 2010)
Lovely newly refurbished cottage,very warm and cosy! nice little village with enough local amenities and friendly locals. Would definitely visit again. Customer 99 (November 2010)
Gorgeous cottage in the heart of Derbyshire. Enchanting country lanes and cosy country pubs with roaring log fires. Accommodation amazing and kitted out to the highest of quality. Will definitely return and will recommend it to all my friends. Customer 100 (November 2010)
The property was very quaint but very modern inside, it had been decorated/ renovated to a high standard and felt very new inside. Customer 101 (September 2010)
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