Fancy a drink? You'll be pleased to hear there is a pub near this cottage
You have use of the washing machine in this cottage
Enjoy the winter evenings with the woodburning stove
Have a cup of tea in the garden at Devonshire House
Details of Devonshire House
The holiday cottage "Devonshire House" can be found in Buxton - Derbyshire. Devonshire House is about 6 miles from Buxton. Devonshire House can sleep 10 people with 4 bedrooms to sleep your holiday party.
If you're after a large holiday cottage in the Buxton area; Devonshire House could be for you. You will find the nearest shop is 250 yards from Devonshire House.
The rating at Devonshire House is classed as "3 star rating". This means that the cottage will have a good level of quality and comfort.
Reviews of Devonshire House
These are the reviews for Devonshire House. There are 75 reviews.
We felt the cooker could do with a good clean along with the kitchen cupboards. The main bathroom would benefit from a shower fitting over the bath. Alison from Coventry (12 December 2016)
Perfect for a weekend away, although the boiler broke down and there was no hot water or heating for the last day and a half. We got around this by boiling water for washing up and baths etc. And using the fire. Lewis from Lincoln (07 November 2016)
Lovely house in idyllic location. Warm and well equipped. Kitchen was a bit awkward as oven in the 'utility'. overall, a wonderful home for the week. Zoe from Hailsham, E. Sx (28 October 2016)
Excellent location, but house needs up dating, uncomfortable beds and furniture in the lounge. Lack of cooking equipment. Clare from Coventry (02 September 2016)
We recently spent 3 days in this lovely well equipped house. We were a party of 6 adults and 4 children under 6. The children loved the garden and the local rec just opposite. There was a lovely welcome pack on arrival of easter cakes, bread. And milk and enough wood to keep the wood burner glowing at. Night. towels were also provided which was a nice surprise. Had a lovely meal in the pub next door and made very welcome. Would certainly return again! Philip from Thurlestone Kingsbridge (14 March 2016)
Lovely, well equipped cottage. Great welcome pack! towels provided despite details saying not. Would have liked wifi. pub next door lovely food on first night but although saying food served 7 days a week we were told no on our last night as no chef. We felt supplement for oil was inappropriate due to low cost at the moment. Wooden gates not able to be secured shut. Sarah from Peterborough (19 February 2016)
Nice cottage, loads of space, good facilities. Would use again. Jeremy from Bingley (01 February 2016)
Spent three nights here with my family. Was a lovely relaxing stay. Plenty of space was warm and cosy. Handy distance to pub. Plenty of nice walks if required. Beds lovely and comfortable would definitely return. Only downside there is 1 shower this is in the en-suiet struggled a little with this. Even though there is a lovely very large bath in main bathroom apart from this couldn't fault it Customer 8 from Blackburn (11 January 2016)
Cottage was lovely. The pub next door was unfortunately very unwelcoming so I wouldn't stay there if the pub location is a real draw for you. The cottage was really warm and cosy which was great in the cold weather we had. The only suggestions I would add is perhaps you could put a few local climbing guides into the house as well as walking guides, paint the football room as it's quite over the top especially for a group of adults, install a better shower into the shared bathroom so that people don't have to rely on the en suite. Laura from Bristol (04 January 2016)
Lovely property with everything you could need for your stay provided. It has a generous garden and secure parking area outside the owners run the pub which is adjacent and serves lovely food in a cosy atmosphere. They were very friendly and helpful in giving advice on what to do and see in the area. Lisa from Hull (07 December 2015)
A further shower in the main bathroom would have been appreciated due to the size of the property. Overall a very comfortable property, well equipped & tidy Confirmed Guest (23 November 2015)
Very comfortable, we all felt quite at home. Could not be faulted. Iain from Shrewsbury (09 November 2015)
We stayed here with our family to celebrate our golden wedding anniversary. The cottage was ideal ,roomy and well equipped. We ate at the devonshire arms just across the car park and the food was very good. A very enjoyable stay Elaine from Sheffield (02 November 2015)
A lovely property but looking a bit tired. A few of the cushions needed laundering. A few additional items would have been good such as bins in the bedrooms and en-suite and coat hooks as we had nowhere to hang wet coats. On the plus side this was a lovely, homely, warm house with good kitchen facilities and eqipment and comfy beds. In a good position within easy reach of many of the popular tourist attractions in the peaks. . milk, tea, coffee etc were a welcome addition. . would definitely stay there again and would recommend to others. Sandra from Felixstowe (23 October 2015)
We had a very good weekend break in order to attend chatsworth country fair and found the accommodation to be good. we did stay last year for a week and enjoyed it so made a return visit this year but unfortunately our grandchildren had already returned to school the previous week so we could only stay for a weekend. Shelagh from Southport (07 September 2015)
Devonshire house is beautiful, comfortable & in a great location (next to a village pub!) lovely bedrooms & furnishings throughout. Wifi only available at the pub, but this wasn't an issue as we were out all the time, exploring. Ideal location for bakewell, the caverns at castleton, great walking country & alton towers is about 40 minutes away by car. . on arrival there was a box of m&s biscuits & some basic supplies of milk & bread left for us (very welcome after a long drive). very well equipped with washing-up liquid, tea towels, toilet rolls, fire fuel, etc. the only down side was that the washing machine had a sign on, not to use it & we had all packed less, knowing there was a washing machine listed on the webpage. It would have been nice to be informed about the lack of washing machine as we had to do a bit of hand washing to 'make do'. as a family of 6, with 4 adults and 2 teenagers, we had a lovely time & would stay there again as it is a great base for exploring derbyshire. Paul from Lower Kingswood (21 August 2015)
Near faultless other than no wifi in the property and hot water was an issue for 6 adults to shower Christopher from Liverpool (29 June 2015)
This was a lovely property, however it was quite evident that the previous visitors had had a party. There were streaks of sticky liquid over the fridge freezer doors, the walls and the floor was sticky on arrival. It was quite clear what had happened as the champagne cork was still under the dining table. . the property is very well located and situated at the rear of a very friendly local inn. . I would go again, but have fingers crossed the same party revellers had not been before us. . for those with children and dogs, the garden is not secure and the gate has no hinges to one side, so can not be closed to keep the aforesaid safe from a very busy main road. It is also worth mentioning that the local school adjoins the property so at playtime the children be heard enjoying themselves. . none of the above had a detrimental affect on our holiday, we would go again as we did in fact have one of our better holidays there. Jaqui from Lincolnshire (12 June 2015)
Our family stayed here for a week in may 2015 and we were made up from 2 children, 2 adults, 2 grand parents and 2 dogs. . the house was large enough to accommodate us which was good and the bedrooms were all of a good size with comfortable beds. . the major let down was that the garden is not 'dog proof' as per the description in the property details. whilst around the back of the garden there is a stone wall (as shown in the pictures), the garden swings around the side and front of the property where at best, there are places with stock fencing at 1 ft high through a thin hedge. both my whippet and great dane followed a sniff through here regularly which meant that they needed constant supervision of being followed around the garden to be called back. (the whippet had to stay on a lead in the end) the other side of the hedge was the pub garden/car park and then onto a busy road! not dog friendly at all!! . . it was interesting to note that there was not a 'visitors book' to write in comments or suggestions to the owners as there were a number of small issues that really would benefit others if they were to be taken on board by the owners to improve the experience of others. . the property is in a fantastic location for touring the local attractions and we would recommend dinner in the pub called 'the wanted' in the village up the road. deserts to return for! Hayley from Romsey (29 May 2015)
Nice modern cottage - well equipped Judith from Northampton (01 May 2015)
Overall it was a nice cottage. And the location was great. However, some of the doors didn't have locks on which made it awkward when showering. We weren't able to override the heating timer so sometimes we were cold whilst waiting for the heating to kick in. Also, the cottage states it has a secure garden but we had difficulty closing the gates at the front as the hinges were broken. It was necessary to have them closed as we had two dogs and needed a secure garden. Lauren from Hackney (17 April 2015)
Overall a spacious, well equipped cottage with ample space for 8 adults and one child with views over the peaks. let down slightly by sofabed and broken toilet seat. Carol from Swindon (03 April 2015)
Cosy and warm, good bedrooms and comfy beds, three young children with us loved the garden and the deep bathtub. Managed to seat all of us in the kitchen, 8 in all, would have been a shame to split into two groups, one in the kitchen, one in the dining room. Couldn't see either table fitting 10 round but worked fine for us. Toaster wasn't working but left a note for the owner as requested. Pub next door very welcoming and good food cooked to order. Nice location, took the children to pavilion gardens in buxton, they loved it. Jill from Bolton Le Sands (23 March 2015)
A lovely location for great walking but under equipped for the size of property with respect to bathrooms - sleeps 10 but only one shower, drinks making - a 2 person tea pot, no cafetiere, a 2 slot toaster which didn't work and layout - the hob and oven is not in the main kitchen and no way you could seat 10 in the lounge. For a winter booking with a fuel surcharge having the heating not come on till 5pm without the ability to advance it, and the downstairs room with sofa bed never got warm and insufficient bedding provided for this. The hot water was also not reliable leading to cold showers post a days winter walking which was not well received. . yes, there are enough bed spaces for 10 but rest of the house doesn't quite live up. Anna from Oxford (02 March 2015)
Lovely house that met our needs well. lovely and warm. bedrooms really comfortable. the milk, bread and chocolates - especially the chocolates! made us feel very welcome. Val from Gloucester (23 February 2015)
We have had a wonderful weekend, fantastic setting, great garden, large spacious living area, good pub close to hand. great area for lots of walks. only issue we had was that the sofa bed was broken which caused problems as we needed to use it. Other than that every thing was great. Definitely recommend. Sam from Bradford (02 February 2015)
We met up to celebrate a belated christmas as we all live in different parts of the uk (grandparents, three daughters with their families). very spacious and comfortable cottage well equipped for large families to enjoy, also large garden for children to play and the pub over the car park was great when we had a 20 minute window before christmas dinner. A visit to castleton was lovely in the snow. Overall we thoughouly enjoyed our stay. Susan from Scarisbrick Lancashire (19 January 2015)
Spacious, comfortable cottage with close proximity to plenty of local attractions. Convenient for the pub, local walks. Glenda from Leicestershire (03 November 2014)
Lovely cottage, fantastic pub next door with very helpful staff. Well equipped kitchen and fabulous garden. . the oil burner in the kitchen did not work apart from that a lovely holiday cottage. Charlotte from Nuneaton (13 October 2014)
The house was in an excellent location for sightseeing and the devonshire arms pub for food over car park. the house was a good size for 6 adults and a baby. however with a little tlc and maintenance it could be a fantastic property. the outside desperately needs painting. . the fridge door did not seal properly (our milk went off in september when it was not hot), the freezer needs defrosting and had food left from others. the dishwasher did not have instructions although we worked it out in the end. The spare light bulbs did not fit lights in formal dining room, so we could not use this room. there was only one set of keys which is not good when doing different things (a key safe would solve this). there was a smell of oil from boiler. we were unable to put heating on in evening when it was chilly, but had plenty of hot water. Hoover did not work at all. guest book states bin day thursday and no recycling..there is recycling and bins go out on various days of week depending on recycling rota, none of these is thursday. Michael from Stockton On Tees (19 September 2014)
We really enjoyed our stay and it was perfect for our large group. The only minor issues we had were that there was no instructions for any of the equipment and we struggled to get the dishwasher to work. There was also a number of lightbulbs missing and none that fitted to replace them. Sara from Southport (05 September 2014)
Lovely location and could / should be excellent property but for the money I would expect a better standard of cleanliness and also better instructions on how to work some of the appliances etc in the property (heating / hot water, dvd player etc). dog muck in the garden as well when you know you are renting a property to people with children just points to a general lack of attention to detail Gareth from North West (22 August 2014)
Very good Kevin from Hull (08 August 2014)
Nice house where the owners obviously haven't scrimped when originally furnishing and is tastefully decorated. It is situated on a main road and therefore you do get road noise with the windows open in the summer. The pub across the carpark is very friendly with nice food, but if you want wifi, this is the only place you can get it as there is none in the house (and the pub had problems with theirs while we were there as well) the beds are comfortable and the garden is ideal for those with dogs and there are garden chairs and a table. As with any property, especially holiday lets, there are ongoing jobs that sometimes need doing, but if the owner isn't aware, then they don't get done and the house might benefit from a top to toe check and overhaul. many of the doors, including the en-suite are missing their latch stays and the en-suite doesn't have a lock either. Luckily the doors are well fitting so don't swing open when pushed too. it would have been helpful to have manuals, or simple instructions on how to use appliances such as the dishwasher and there is no extractor fan in the 'cupboard' area that houses the cooker, microwave and dishwasher. the windows are wood, but with the condensation are extremely moldy on the upper floor especially, which is not idea for anyone with asthma. if your an active party not wanting to sit around much then the sofa's in the lounge will do, but we had our 80 yr old parents with us, who are active for their age, but the low lounger was just too low and the normal sofa was like a bucket, so they actually went home after a few days which spoilt our big family get together. if you can't get a tv signal its because the brown areal cable has fallen out of the box on the wall, its not very secure, but shove it in and you get a good picture. overall the rest of us had a nice stay and enjoyed the walks from the door you can do and exploring some of the nearby villages (and pubs) Confirmed Purchaser from Shropshire (23 May 2014)
Oil boiler smelly Marianne from Rugby (02 May 2014)
Lovely cottage. Plenty of room for 6 adults and 4 children. Lovely well equipped kitchen, quality bathroom and en-suite. A slight smell of heating oil and had problems with the boiler on the first morning which was sorted by an engineer. Overall a fantastic cottage which we would recommend. A lovely touch with milk, bread and a large box of thorntons chocolates in the fridge. Judy from Tamworth Staffs (17 March 2014)
The house was wonderful, very clean and had all the kitchen equipment that we needed. We would definitely go back. Rachel from Preston (24 February 2014)
Fab house with everything you need. heating system and log burners all good with no problems of the house been cold as per previous reviews I read. pictures really don't do this house justice and the kids loved and safe with enclosed garden and driveway! could do with a extractor fan fitted in kitchen wifi/phone signal poor but that was good really stop any disturbances other than that great weekend away. food in pub is lovely sunday dinner very nice ! Sarah from Consett (03 February 2014)
Very well equipped with double oven, dishwasher and washing machine. Plenty of pottery and saucepans. Very warm heating system so nice and cosy. Chris from Weston-Super-Mare (27 January 2014)
Excellent family house, loads of room for four adults and two children, as well as two dogs. garden was a big hit with loads of space for children and dogs to have fun. central location, ideal for touring the peak district. very comfortable. Would definitely stay again. Maureen from Newcastle Upon Tyne (09 August 2013)
Always my 'pet hate' had to replace 5 broken light bulbs the first evening, good news there were replacements available, I could of gone on replacing but we ran out of bulbs that fitted. new en-suite is great just a shame there was no plug in the sink, no mirror on the wall and no shaver point or toilet brush. master bathroom was fine (strange bath, very deep), shame the window blind was broken. we had a good week, lots of crockery to use dishwasher worked but there was a lack of up to date appliance instructions, still had the old appliance instructions that had been long gone. if you need a mobile signal and wi-fi there isn't any, pub was useful but shut during the day. well-come book seemed a little out of date said there as no re-cycling but there was, got that sorted though. glad we didn't go during school term, car park would have been interesting as the school is directly next door but I guess that's modern society. Christopher from Great Wakering (02 August 2013)
Lovely location. Friendly people. Pub food next door good and convenient. Super garden. Roomy. Lovely house and had a lovely week. Confirmed Purchaser from Lovely House And Had A Lovely Week. (14 Jun 2013)
Lovely gardens, good location, attractive spacious rooms. Confirmed Purchaser (31 May 2013)
New double cooker installed, we cooked for 9 people easily. Beds were comfy, lovely bedding and bedrooms. bathrooms were modern and clean, lovely deep bath and the power shower was a dream. . garden safe for the children and the dog. Lovely play area in the sunshine. . heating was great, no problems, warm when we returned home each night and on each morning when we woke. Victoria from Hull (10 May 2013)
Good location for seeing the sights of the peak district. Good food at devonshire arms. Welcome pack with milk, cakes, etc. Sally from Stirling (12 April 2013)
A very warm, comfortable house which was ideal for the purposes of our family get together. The dog enjoyed the large enclosed garden and the proximity to the friendly pub was also a plus. A very enjoyable stay despite the icy winds. Joy from Shropshire (22 March 2013)
Pub was very near and very friendly, clean and extremely comfy house, helpful people, great location, park nearby Denise from Newark (04 March 2013)
Location location location. Also very spacious and lovely log fires Lucy from Birmingham (25 February 2013)
Beautiful, clean house in beautiful surroundings! owners were fantastic and really lovely, and went out of their way to help us as we had forgotten to pack a few items and also supplied us with extra wood for the fire which we were very grateful for. cottage has everything you need and more!! lovely, warm, cosy cottage! plenty of room in kitchen and dining area! kitchen area even included blender, steamer and slow cooker !! superb, clean bathroom and shower area! Confirmed Purchaser (04 February 2013)
Lovely house, great amount of space, lots of kitchen equiptment. Great location, lovely local pub! Mrs D from London (04 January 2013)
It was well placed in derbyshire. Confirmed Purchaser from Dereham (28 December 2012)
A lovely spacious, very comfortable house. Clair from Leicestershire (17 December 2012)
Large garden, peaceful setting considering nr main road, no traffic noise. Good for families and pets. Kathryn from Wirral (03 December 2012)
Spacious rooms, clean and decoration in good state. Big garden. Right next to the pub! plenty of car parking space (we had 4 cars in the drive without any problem). heating & hot water coped easily with the weather & our needs. Caroline from Bury (05 November 2012)
Gorgeous cottage, well maintained with a luxorious feel. Beautiful soft furnishings throughout and exceptionally clean. Great real fire and huge garden. Rachel from Shropshire (15 October 2012)
Large garden - not far from buxton. Roomy house- good parking lovely scenery, we had. A great week. Margaret from Epping Essex (27 July 2012)
Lots of space, lots of bedrooms, lovely garden, next to a great pub, good location. Kate from Morpeth, Northumberland (25 May 2012)
Location. Susan from Cullen (18 May 2012)
Spacious, even for our group of 9 people. Comfortable lounge. Location good. Very close to lovely pub and park. Customer 59 (May 2012)
Very good property, lovely area for walking and exploring. Cottage very clean, warm and comfortable. Group of eight stayed, plenty of room for everybody. Lovely Sunday lunch at pub nearby. Customer 60 (February 2012)
The house is in an ideal location for the peak district. The home owners are extremely helpful, the phone call a week before we arrived was very useful. Our dog loved the garden, a house that has plenty of room. Thank you Fiona for being so good in collecting our tickets. The pub that is so local and the food we had there was good. Customer 61 (September 2011)
This property is a gem! Perfectly situated in easy driving distance from lots of the Peak District’s tourist spots, yet tucked away in its own little corner of the small and beautiful village of Peak Forest. The house was beautifully furnished, spacious, light, comfortable and perfect for our large group of ten. Wonderful value for money too! I’d highly recommend it. Customer 62 (March 2011)
Comfortable, homely cottage with plenty of space for families. Lovely location with easy access to country walks. Large garden which was great for the children, and there was a little park across the road. Pub next door was handy for meals, but little else in village facilities-wise - which wasnÂ´t a problem for us. Would definately return again in the near future. Customer 63 (March 2011)
Comfortable, homely cottage with plenty of space for families. Lovely location with easy access to country walks. Large garden which was great for the children, and there was a little park across the road. Pub next door was handy for meals, but little else in village facilities-wise - which wasn´t a problem for us. Would definately return again in the near future. Customer 64 (March 2011)
It was well presented with everything anyone could need, home from home and with the pub next door excellent! Customer 65 (January 2011)
Spacious and very homely. Customer 66 (October 2010)
Spacious rooms that were clean and comfortable. Customer 67 (June 2010)
Location and spacious. Customer 68 (May 2010)
Property well situated for National Park and all attractions. Customer 69 (April 2010)
Very comfortable & spacious. Ideal for our family get-together. Customer 70 (December 2009)
Very comfortable and spacious. Customer 71 (November 2009)
Adequate size, good location for access to walks and for adjacent public house for eating out. Customer 72 (November 2009)
Spacious property. Customer 73 (October 2009)
Great location. Customer 74 (January 2009)
A lovely cottage with a suberb garden for dogs and children alike. Plenty of space for all of us. Nearby caves very interesting. Customer 75 (February 2008)
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