You have use of the washing machine in this cottage
Get away for the weekend at Forest View
This cottage is situated in a rural location
If you've got a small child, you can hire a highchair
If you've got a small child, make use of the supplied cot
There is space to park your car at Forest View
A DVD player is provided
The power charge is included in the price
Enjoy the fresh air with the enclosed garden at Forest View
Details of Forest View
The holiday cottage "Forest View" can be found in Peak Forest, near Buxton - Derbyshire. Forest View is about 6 miles from Buxton. Forest View can sleep 3 people with 2 bedrooms to sleep your holiday party.
Forest View could make a good holiday cottage for a couple. If you fancy a drink or meal, the nearest pub is 1 mile, the restaurant is 4 miles and the shop is 4 miles from Forest View.
This cottage has a 4 star rating, which means that Forest View has an excellent standard throughout.
Reviews of Forest View
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These are the reviews for Forest View. There are 86 reviews.
The cottage was lovely, and jill ensured we had a warm welcome when we were delayed by car trouble, the fire and lights were on to greet us! the cot, high chair and toys made things easy and meant the little one was happy. . we would highly recommend x Rowan from London (11 August 2017)
A very welcoming cottage with all the extras needed for a relaxing holiday, made very welcome by the owner. Lots to see nearby, amazing scenery all around. Vanessa from Poole (21 July 2017)
Overall it's a very nice cottage in a peacefull surrounding. Only one remark: the mattrass is rather old and should be replaced. Noel from Torhout - Belgium (07 July 2017)
The cottage was easy to find and very clean and tidy. The equipment was modest but serviceable. We had anticipated a local shop but the one in the village was closed and had apparently been so for some time. The local pub, a moderate walk away was very disappointing, the food was basic and unpalatable and the beer (theakston's bitter) was sour and showed signs of being "off", when we visited on the friday evening shortly after opening time, 6pm. We were also alone, which said something to us. The absence of wi-fi, not the fault of the owner of course, was also a bit of a handicap. Overall, the holiday was quiet, pleasant and not unrewarding as we travelled around the area widely and found lots to see and do. The only other point to make was that the second bedroom was very tiny. Perhaps we would look for a more centrally located cottage for our next visit. Robert from Rye (23 June 2017)
Delightful cottage, with everything one could need (and more!), in a pretty, peaceful, easy to find, location within easy reach of local villages, towns, tourist attractions and breathtaking scenery. we were enchanted with the "little touches" in the cottage, which made it a home from home, and the "welcome" pack of bread, milk and eggs, plus the flowers, was a charming gesture from our friendly and helpful hosts. thank you jill (and david) - we look forward to staying in your lovely cottage again some time - we will certainly heartily recommend you to any friends or family who want to visit your beautiful part of our country. xx Jacquelyn from Billericay (16 June 2017)
The cottage is very well located and the owner has made an excellent job in providing everything you could possible want from a short stay. From the detail in including touristic guides, through to a description of the supermarkets/facilities around the property to the inclusion of milk, eggs and bread on the fridge finishing with dish soap and a well equipped kitchen this cottage is perfect for you to properly enjoy the weekend instead of having to worry about forgetting to buy something. We will definitely be back Bruno from Cambridge (29 May 2017)
An excellent cottage, cosy and comfortable. Close to bakewell, buxton, castleton, chatsworth, haddon hall, chestnuts etc so plenty to do. Also some good walks, and mines to go down. So the cottage is in an excellent position for a weeks holiday. Would recommend. Heather from Nuneaton (31 March 2017)
Stayed for four nights, the cottage was warm and comfortable. The only fault we found was that there didn't appear to be a handle for the grill pan (used an oven glove). some nice walks from the cottage door. Confirmed Guest (24 March 2017)
We were very unfortunate because we picked a weekend that was completely obliterated by the weather. However you cannot fault the cottage itself. . . the fire was on when we arrived, the kitchen had a welcome selection of staples that supplemented our own purchases perfectly. . . it should be noted the second bedroom can't contain anything else other than the bed. So if you think you can place the cot in there then you will be disappointed. . . however the cottage is very well set up if you have a little one (our little lad is 16 months old) . we took advantage of the toys and books that are kept out of the way in the airing cupboard which helped a great deal when you consider the weather meant we had to stay in more than we planned. Steven from Warks (20 March 2017)
An immaculate cottage that was well equipped and met all our needs. . a lovely warm welcome when we arrived, the heating was on and the fire lit. Welcome pack of milk, bread and eggs and a bottle of wine much appreciated. So many other little extras provided that we've never found in other cottages. Lovely hot water on tap. Good shower. Really comfortable bed with crisp, clean bedding. Just can't fault this cottage, it's probably the best one we've ever stayed in. A really cosy home from home. Would definitely go back if in that area again. . fantastic walks from the door and loads to see and do in the area. Caroline from Lampeter (04 January 2017)
Lovely cottage. We had a wonderful time. Great location to get to all the nearby towns and visitor attractions. Cottage was very clean and really cosy. . we would definitely stay again. Nicola from Milton Keynes (23 September 2016)
Great little place lovely location close to all major tourist sites. . fresh clean bright cottage with history owner very attentive . . felt like a home from home very comfortable Rayner from Worthing (16 September 2016)
We were at the cottage for one week during which we found plenty to do without having to travel very far. . the cottage it'self was very comfortable, peaceful, and probably the cleanest one we have ever stayed in over the past twenty years. . the photographs of the interior do not do it justice. . unfortunately the local store has closed down. we did all our food shopping in buxton (about 15min. Drive) where there were several well known super markets. . we would certainly recommend this cottage to anyone looking for a relaxing holiday. Trevor from Streetly (09 September 2016)
We have stayed here multiple time and would gladly do so again. A perfect location, everything you could need in the house. We would happily recommend to all. Paul from Sunderland (02 September 2016)
We had a lovely holiday at forest view. It's the cleanest holiday home we've been to! there is so much to do in the peaks, we barely scratched the surface. There is not much in peak forest but it's a great location for a base- we didn't have to travel far to find somewhere to explore. We would definitely stay at forest view again. Vic from Wokingham (12 August 2016)
Fabulous little cottage. Extremely clean and fresh. Eggs, bread and milk stocked when we arrived as well as fresh flowers. Very well equipped with everything you need to hand and very good value for money. Dvd player stopped working and was replaced by the next day so great service from the owner. Would definitely stay again. Lovely quiet little village and stunning area, particularly for walking, but plenty to do otherwise. We didn't visit the local pub as out most days, but a couple of larger towns within 5 miles with plenty of variety for eating out, however, the cottage is more than well enough equipped for home cooking. Anyone looking for a stay in this area should definitely consider booking here. Kirsty from Swindon (08 July 2016)
The cottage was lovely with everything you need. there is currently no wifi and the mobile signal is poor but it is nice to have some peace and quiet for a week. the owner is very helpful. Keri from Worcester (27 May 2016)
We had a lovely time at forest view. Enjoying and exploring the area. It was peaceful and charming and the welcome with the fire on and light to welcome us complete with fresh milk, eggs and bread was the icing on the cake. Alann from Kent (06 May 2016)
Lovely cottage very warm and very cosy with everything you need. Jackie from Derbyshire (02 May 2016)
Fantastic cottage. Very clean and well equipped. Location ideal for exploring the peak district. Owners very helpful and friendly. D. from Newcastle (29 April 2016)
What a beautiful cottage with a great location. My husband and I loved every minute of our time there. Weather unfortunately was not very good but the cottage was nice and warm to come back to after a day out sightseeing. Our host also provided milk, eggs and bread which was very welcomed. Will certainly go back and also recommend to family and friends. Sheila from East Yorkshire (25 April 2016)
Comfortable and well appointed cottage for two adults and a little one! if you can live without an internet connection during your holiday this place offers peace in beautiful countryside. Colin from Malvern, Worcs. (22 April 2016)
The cottage has all the essentials you need , the owners were friendly and helpful . we felt it could of been advertised as no wi fi as if we had known this we wouldn't have booked as it was a working break. Cottage is ideal for 2 and a small child as its small and compact . table only sat 2 yet there was 3 of us . a tumble dryer was a bonus. Location is pretty Emma from Lowestoft Suffolk (08 April 2016)
Lovely warm cosy cottage with everything we needed. It was in a very quiet village location. the bed was very comfortable and we slept well. it was exceptionally clean and we appreciated the eggs, bread and milk left for us. there were board games to play and a selection of dvds. places to visit were easy to reach from the cottage and there was a good selection of tourist information in the cottage. we had booked a weekend short break but wished it was longer. It was an excellent cottage to recharge our batteries. we have stayed in a few cottages in the peak district in the past but this was our favourite and we will be booking again in the future. Linda from Birmingham (14 March 2016)
Really lovely cottage. V clean with all expected amenities. Clare from Birmingham (26 February 2016)
Lovely little cottage with all the amenities that we needed for our stay. We were especially impressed about the facilities provided for our little 5 month old baby (travel cot, high chair , steriliser etc) Robin from Wickford, Essex (22 February 2016)
A lovely cottage, perfect for our family with a toddler and 1 year old. We had our youngest in the travel cot in the main bedroom and our toddler loved her cosy bedroom. There were loads of toddler toys for them to play with and some dvds for rainy days. There is a play area in the village, about 5 mins walk away which was great. The only downside was the lack of wifi as mobile data signal was limited. The kitchen was very well equipped and the shower was nice and powerful! all very clean. Claire from Rugby (19 February 2016)
Wonderful cottage, we have never stayed anywhere so clean. Really well equipped with little added extras that made all the difference. Great for babies/toddlers with high chair, travel cot (but we had our own) and even a box of toys. Washing machine and dryer was really convenient. All round a wonderful stay at forest view. Sarah from Essex (13 November 2015)
Lovely small cottage ideal for two adults and a small child .about 400 yards to a main road so easy driving access to most places. Sandra from Cambridgeshire (06 November 2015)
Nice cottage warm and a nice fire to welcome us. Shame the local pub isn't the same. Ian from Milton Keynes (02 November 2015)
When we arrived the fire was on, nice and warm on our arrival. There was tea coffee and milk which after a 3 hour drive was most appricated. nice and clean Steve from Wisbech (30 October 2015)
Great holiday, ideal base for walking & very practical cottage with a little one. Enjoyed our stay it just went too fast! Claire from York (23 October 2015)
One of the best holidays we have had. Ann from Nr Tiverton (02 October 2015)
A character cottage with superb views to the rear. Well furnished internally, and ideally located for visiting the many tourist spots nearby. We thoroughly enjoyed our week's stay, which went much too quickly. We look forward to a return visit. Colin from Eastbourne (25 September 2015)
Lovely cottage in a desirable location central to most of the peak district,fully fitted out,the only complaint from an 82 year old the bed was a bit low, furthest to travel was the site where they filmed the last of the summer wine and that was 20 miles Ronald from Penryn Nr Falmouth Cornwall (18 September 2015)
A lovely cottage in a perfect spot,we had everything we needed plus a welcome pack of milk bread and eggs and fresh flowers jill had thought of everything we will definitely go back. Confirmed Guest from Bury St Edmunds (11 September 2015)
Our second time staying at forest view and we find this the perfect place for a visit to the peaks. When we are next in this area we will be booking are forest view. Paul from Sunderland (28 August 2015)
Brilliant cottage in a perfect location. We hope to return next year Shirley from Sudbury , Suffolk (07 August 2015)
Lovely cottage, second time that we have stayed here. Ideal to get to all the bike trails nearby. Nice village pub close by as well. Vikki from Spilsby (31 July 2015)
We had a great time at forest view. we couldn't fault it. great location, great cottage. owner was lovely and everything we could want was there. can't wait to go back again when we get the opportunity. Sue from Hereford (10 July 2015)
A very clean and tidy cottage with a well equipped kitchen and comfortable bedroom, ideally situated for touring and walking. A very peaceful location. Barry from Romford, Essex (05 June 2015)
Nice clean cottage, well provisioned and very child friendly - our little boy loved the cosy second bedroom and was very pleased with the selection of children's toys, books and dvds provided. a good base for exploring the peak district. Graeme from York (25 May 2015)
Great cottage, small but well furnished, equipped & decorated. Great for babies & toddlers with the cot & small single bed, & everything you could need like high chair, kid's plastic bowls & cutlery & even a box of toys & kid's dvds. Our two kids, aged 1 and 2 had a lovely time. Great that it is all on one level too so no need to worry about stairs/ stair gates. Great location for lots of attractions. Rachel from Huntingdon (13 March 2015)
Fantastic cottage in a beautiful location. Well equipped and very homely. Thank you for the extras such as the flowers, eggs, milk and fresh bread. Wish we had booked for longer than just the weekend. Will be recommending to friends and family. Kim from Bourne, Lincolnshire (09 March 2015)
We spent christmas at forest view and from beginning to end had a great time! the 4 inches of snow on boxing day made the village look beautiful too!. would definitely go again, maybe when our little one is older so we can go on walks. . thanks for a lovely stay! Confirmed Purchaser (28 December 2014)
Very cosy clean and well equipped cottage, ideal for walking Sally from Bury St Edmunds (28 November 2014)
Great little cottage and the milk, eggs etc. Was a lovely touch when we arrived. I'd definitely stay again and would recommend to anyone who wants a nice little cottage in an excellent location Peter from Redditch (27 October 2014)
Delighted with mrs pearsons presentation of the letting -the flowers and. Initial supply of basic groceries were most welcome.as we are older persons the cottage location gave us access to all we wanted to visit without miles of driving so overall it was a very relaxing holiday thank you. Confirmed Purchaser from As (12 September 2014)
A fantastic place and a fantastic property. The house was equipped with everything you could want and more. It was lovely to be greeted by complimentary, groceries, eggs, milk etc. This set us up until our food delivery arrived! the games and toys for the children were excellent and my daughter took a liking to the cuddly dog who slept with her every night. The facilities are second to none and I would 100% recommend this place to friends and family. Paul from Sunderland (29 August 2014)
Had an excellent holiday. Lots of child friendly touches, like plug covers, plastic dinner set for our daughter, box of toys, non-slip bath mat etc. Very quiet location. Tumble dryer was a god-send! Jennifer from St Helens (22 August 2014)
The cottage is nicely furnished and comfortable. It is well located for walking and nearby attractions. Michael from Skegness (15 August 2014)
This is a beautiful small cottage remote enough to be quiet and peaceful but just s short drive to buxton. It is nicely decorated and spotlessly clean with a modern bathroom and kitchen and comfortable bedroom. The second bedroom is small but ideal for a baby or small child. The owner left bread, eggs, milk, tea and coffee which was a very nice touch. We would be happy to return again. Bob from Liverpool (21 July 2014)
Had a lovely time at forest view. a small compact little cottage but just what we needed. jill and dave were fantastic hosts giving us lots of local info on the area as we are relocating to the peak district in august. if you are going for a walking holiday this would be perfect. . ps. the food at the local pub is fantastic. Connor from Wigan (11 July 2014)
It was the perfect cottage in the perfect location Margaret from Rangeworthy, Bristol (27 June 2014)
An excellent holiday cottage in a wonderful setting. Eggs, milk and bread were supplied on arrival, a nice touch. We would not hesitate to recommend this cottage. Peter from Lakenheath. Suffolk. (13 June 2014)
We liked the cottage and even enjoyed the singing shower Jonathan from Bury St Edmunds (25 April 2014)
Was a lovely cottage ideal for what we wanted. Close to all the things that we wanted to do and did. Would recommend to friends and family. Will be staying again in the future. Lovely touch with the fresh flowers and being left eggs and milk etc. Top marks from us. Vikki from Spilsby (11 April 2014)
A lovely well presented, very cosy & clean cottage. owners left bread, eggs & milk, also flowers in kitchen & living room, which as appreciated. in a great rural location which is ideal for visiting local areas eg buxton, bakewell, hope valley, castleton, etc. & lovely walks on doorstep. The peak district is a lovely place to visit. would definitely recommend cottage. Sharon from Birmingham (18 March 2014)
Such an amazing cottage, great location, brilliantly decorated, comforable, homely, just all you could ever want or need in a peak district getaway! would highly recommend this cottage. Michael from Nottingham (10 March 2014)
Lovely cottage which is great for a young family. The second bedroom is small as other reviews have said but we kept our little one in the room with us which was fine and made easier by the travel cot provided. The fire was on when we came in which was a lovely touch on a cold winters day. The cottage as all the amenities for a baby including a changing mat. All in all a great holiday and were thinking of booking again for next year. Steven (03 March 2014)
Kitchen, bathroom immaculate, everything you need in them and spotless. Very quiet location with decent pub 10 mins walk away. Will book again Nick from Todmorden (28 February 2014)
Myself, wife and 8 month old were very comfortable in our stay. The cottage was in a wonderfully beautiful village location and we enjoyed exploring the surrounding area. We would stay again and have recommended it to friends and family. Peter from Kettering (22 February 2014)
A beautifully presented cottage in an idillic rural location with great access to a wide range of activities. The owner of the property provides a wealth of information on local services, attractions & venues. The cottage is perfect for those seeking a tranquil get away. Aj from Brighouse, West Yorkshire (14 February 2014)
Stayed during christmas week and it was excellent despite the bad rainy days. Easy walking to castleton and other hill walks. Property is close to buxton and is remote enough for plenty of peace and quiet. The warmth of the fire keeps the place nice and cosy. John from Northampton (28 December 2013)
Our first holiday with our newborn and the cottage was very well equipped.the changing matt and travel cot were brilliant and the basket of toys were well received. Beautiful location, very peaceful and very easy to get to local attractions. Really enjoyed our holiday Tracey from Watford (22 November 2013)
We enjoyed a lovely relaxing week, very warm and cosy, very quiet at night. Very handy to towns etc. Muriel from Near Lancaster (18 October 2013)
A really nice, homely, well-equipped cottage with views over open countryside. Nice and warm on those cool autumnal evenings. The village of peak forest itself was limited with a pub and no shops but it was an excellent base to explore buxton, bakewell, eyam, castleton and other places in the peak district. Good value for the week we booked in late sepember. Laurence from Twickenham (04 October 2013)
We enjoyed our stay at the cottage. Lots of the places we wanted to visit were an easy drive from there. Day from London (23 August 2013)
This was a beautifully furnished one floor cottage in a nice location. It had various useful things for babies - travel cot, highchair, toy box, change mat, children's plate and crockery. As other reviews have noted the travel cot will fit nicely in the main bedroom or fits in the tiny second bedroom only with the door open. This makes the room "open plan" with the kitchen which was a bit nerve racking with baby asleep while we were making dinner! however there is a door between that section and the sitting room, main bedroom. Because it is in a rural area the cottage is very dark at night - generally a good thing but we realised a bit problematic when getting up for the baby at night! a dim night light would be useful, as would a spare cot sheet. The cottage has full recycling facilities which is nice, and the owners clearly invest a lot of effort in making it look and feel very much a home from home Ilana from Oxford (19 August 2013)
A very pleasant cottage in a lovely quiet location. Had a really nice relaxing break with our 2 year old who really appreciated the toys & dvd's supplied in the cottage (could have left her toys at home!). only comment is that we couldn't find a first aid box, which would have been useful when my wife cut her finger! Johnathon from Dereham (16 August 2013)
We were very impressed with how clean and comfortable the cottage was. it is extremely child-friendly and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay there. Alec from Gloucester (02 August 2013)
Very clean and welcoming. very baby and toddler friendly. Confirmed Purchaser (05 Jul 2013)
Lovely cottage in a great location. Perfect for our little family of three! Chris from Southampton (14 Jun 2013)
Very cosy. Very baby friendly. Kitchen well equipped. Very kind of the owners to leave bread milk and eggs. Beautiful location. Rachel from Leeds (27 May 2013)
Clean and cosy, comfortable bed Wendy from Pershore Worcs (19 April 2013)
Baby friendly Viral from London (15 March 2013)
The cottage is cosy and ideal for our family of 3. The extra touches of the eggs, bread, milk and flowers were especially wecoming. Our 3-year-old has proclaimed out visit as 'the best holiday ever'!! Paul from Blackridge (08 March 2013)
Good location - plenty of walks from the cottage, without having to use the car. Cottage clean and adequately equipped and furnished David from Blairgowrie (02 November 2012)
Very warm and cosy had everything we required. Ian from Horncastle (28 September 2012)
Lovely views. well equipped and up to date. washing machine and tumble dryer. nice gas fire in lounge. Paul from Leighton Buzzard (27 August 2012)
A very well presented holiday cottage in a quiet, but not isolated location. Comfortable accommodation for a couple or single person. However, the second bedroom is very small and I would not want to sleep in it. It might be suitable for a small child, but not an adult. Anne from Billingham (03 August 2012)
Very nice property. Thoughtful to have bread/milk/eggs. Customer 82 (March 2012)
Immaculate cosy cottage, modern decor. Not too isolated, amongst a small group of other cottages. Ideal for a writing retreat or a couple wanting a peaceful romantic break. Great to go somewhere so clean with touches to make you feel a welcome guest. Customer 83 (January 2012)
Had a great time, would definitely go back again - very peaceful location - however, would prefer the property to have a shower and would benefit from some shelves in the bathroom for toiletries etc - would score excellent if the property had these. Customer 84 (December 2011)
Good central location for Peak District. Comfortable, adequately (well) equipped, and quiet. Customer 85 (November 2011)
The cottage was beautifully presented and in an excellent location. We only stayed for a short break but would definitely consider a longer stay here. Customer 86 (October 2011)
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