Your pet can holiday with you at Millstone Cottage.
Need to get home on Sunday? Try a 2 night break
Need a cot? One can be provided at Millstone Cottage
The power charge is included in the price
Need a highchair? One can be rented at Millstone Cottage
No need to bring towels and linen
There is space to park your car at Millstone Cottage
Fancy a drink? You'll be pleased to hear there is a pub near this cottage
Short breaks available: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
You have use of the washing machine in this cottage
Details of Millstone Cottage
The holiday cottage "Millstone Cottage" can be found in Bradwell, near Hope Valley - South Yorkshire. Millstone Cottage is about 3 miles from Hope Valley. Sleeping 4 people in 2 bedrooms.
A family sized holiday cottage near Hope Valley, Millstone Cottage could be the one for you. When you want to go out for a drink in the evening, the nearest pub is 100 yards, and the shop is 200 yards from Millstone Cottage.
The rating at Millstone Cottage is classed as "4 star rating". This means that the cottage will have an excellent standard throughout.
Reviews of Millstone Cottage
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These are the reviews for Millstone Cottage. There are 91 reviews.
Situated on a very steep, narrow hill, this 16th century cottage has all modern amenities and is dog-friendly. No garden, but does have a bbq in a tiny paved area to the front of the property. An enjoyable stay and the caretaker is most friendly, she left us a bottle of wine and box of shortbread on arrival. Beware of satnav sending you down the road to the front door (with a letterbox), it's impassable. You need the road that leads to the back door (far hill). parking is next to a cliff just around the corner. Neil from Sutton, Surrey (22 July 2017)
Great cottage, loverly location, friendly locals and a great pub the bowling green just around the corner, what more do you need. Dave from North Somerset (08 July 2017)
Loved our stay at millstone cottage. Beautiful location very near a lovely pub. Comfortable and clean with everything you need. would definitely recommend. one thing to note is the stairs are very steep. Julie from Atherstone (01 May 2017)
The cottage is set in a beautiful village with amazing views. Very centrally located for exploring the peak district. Brand new kitchen and very comfortable beds. Would recommend for a relaxing break. Jane from Maldon (15 April 2017)
Our winter break. Lovely place to spend the week dog walking. Would recomend. Charles from Cambridgeshire (10 February 2017)
Stayed here for 2 nights late january and it was absolutely gorgeous, loved the beautiful little village and the cottage was wonderful, a perfect little cottage in a dream location. Couple of excellent country pubs within walking distance, local shop and fish and chip shop which was excellent. We would retire to this village tomorrow if possible. Defiantly booking to return sometime soon, good value for money and perfect location. Kelvin from Mansfield (29 January 2017)
We really enjoyed our stay here. The caretaker was welcoming and helpful. Tanya from Gillingham (15 January 2017)
Really enjoyable weekend break in an excellent cottage off the beaten track. Lawrence from Newark (08 January 2017)
Lots of repairs needed mainly in kitchen Confirmed Guest (28 December 2016)
Potential visitors should be aware that the cottage is situated on a steep hill and that parking can be a bit tricky and space has to be found in a nearby road. . one or two items of kitchen equipment were lacking, such as a measuring jug and casseroles and containers suitable for the microwave, which made some cooking a bit awkward. . the cottage was certainly cosy and warm and we were very comfortable in it. Keith from Leominster (06 December 2016)
A great weeks break in this excellent cottage. A very quiet location looking over bradwell and across to the surrounding hills. The village has a post office, coop and deli along. With dog friendly pubs and there are good walks all around. To access the cottage by road go up the hill past the white hart pub and turn left into dialstone - then take 2nd left and property is halfway down on left Andrew from Cambridge (05 November 2016)
The cottage had a number of problems the heating thermostat is faulty the washing machine was faulty there were other problems including the oven the door seal leaked the grill did not work. Neglect like this is not acceptable .i reported these faults at the time but no one has bothered to get in touch. George from Northants (01 October 2016)
Tucked away in a really peaceful but friendly village this cottage was perfect for us including two whippets.janet provided a great welcome and useful local advice.welcome goodies were a nice touch.nearby pub was very dogfriendly and had good local ales.bradwell is on good bus routes and about 30min walk from hope station so really good base for walking and day trips.we will be back. Anna from Scunthorpe (27 August 2016)
What an amazing little cottage in a fantastic location!. took us a while to find the cottage as the directions provided were not the best. On arrival we were met by the caretaker janet who was lovely and showed us around. . millstone cottage has everything you need, the kitchen could do with a facelift and the bed was possibly the most uncomfortable thing I have ever slept on (think the mattress could do with being replaced) we ended up sleeping on top of the duvet which made it bearable. We didn't eat in any of the pubs in bradwell as they had strange opening hours as we were slightly restricted as we had a 18 month old with us. We did cycle to the travelers rest which is on the way to castleton, the food wasn't the best but had a massive beer garden with a kids play area. The fish and chip shop in bradwell is amazing! possibly the best fish and chips we have ever had!. bradwell is a perfect location in hope valley, we would definitely go back! Sam from Bedford (20 August 2016)
Absolutely stunning location, however cottage can get warm as it only has two windows either side. steep slope to park on to unload and load back up and parking is around the corner away from cottage. . some kitchen equipment i.e. Oven needs upgrading as the grill did not work. . lovely warm welcome by the caretaker and cottage was clean and tidy and fit for purpose as a base. . stairs are very steep also that you have to come down them sideways, not very good for the young or elderly. Julie from Boston (02 July 2016)
Lovely welcome from the caretaker , lovely cosy and clean cottage home from home all your basic essentials and more provided . can't wait to go again xx Louise from Corby Northamptonshire (02 May 2016)
'how to reach your destination' needs clarifying as follows:. go up the hill, past the. White hart public house and far hill is the 2nd road on your left (a very sharp left turn). millstone cottage is just around the corner on your right up a path. Alternatively continue up the hill a bit further and take the next road on your left (dialstone); ignore the first left turn (in 15 yds), take the next one (another 15 yds) and millstone cottage is down the hill on your left. . 'car parking available' needs amplifying to 'car parking avilable free on street nearby'. . the 'pub 100 yds' is hardly ever open; the next pub (in 200 yds) is only opne on a limited number of evenings. . the mobile phone signal is very iffy. Confirmed Guest (18 March 2016)
Nice little cottage in a good location, would stay here again. Jean from West Yorkshire (04 March 2016)
Brilliant place hope to be back soon Tracy from Rotherham (31 January 2016)
A really nice cottage, warm welcoming and comfortable. Excellent value for money. Quaintly situated in a tiny lane in the village of bradwell with excellent local pubs and shops. The lane is quite steep and although you can park outside the cottage to unload you cannot leave the car there as it blocks the lane and has to be parked around the corner. . provided you can deal with the steep hills (that is the peak district) would definitely recommend it. Kevin from Selby (27 December 2015)
This is a great base for exploring an undeniably beautiful area; i'd heartily recommend the bowling green pub for a really friendly welcome and good atmosphere. Food in there is reasonably priced and the staff really helpful. Personally i'd avoid the shoulder of mutton who didn't seem that keen to serve anyone promptly!. the property itself only has one downside in the sense that parking is a little awkward but there are spaces about 100 yards away once you've unloaded, which can be done right outside. otherwise, all that you'd need is there and the welcome was warm. Mark from Cheam, Surrey (09 November 2015)
A lovely little cottage ideally located for walking, sight seeing and pubs. Friendly welcome and everything clean , neat and cosy Rosie from Norwich (25 October 2015)
Only marked down for lack of wifi Confirmed Guest (18 October 2015)
Welcomed by janet was very informative and cottage very clean. wonderful views you need to be fit as on the side of steep roads. Dogs loved long walks each day and local very friendly to not only us but dogs as well. All pubs in area visited very dog friendly. brilliant holiday we will consider doing again and will recommend to others as well. Flora from Rushden Northants (19 September 2015)
A very nice cottage break. clean and tidy. pooches enjoyed it. not good if you are aged or infirm as its location is top of a steep hill. Only reason I would not return is because I never return to somewhere twice. Patrick from Hendon. (04 September 2015)
Perfect for walks and yet peaceful location Confirmed Guest (31 August 2015)
Lovely little cottage, in a beautiful and perfect location for visiting this part of the peak district. some lovely local pubs which welcome dogs, this was a bonus for us. Zoe from Amble (27 March 2015)
Beautiful cottage . cosy modern just perfect set in the hills at the peak district . had a fabulous time x Debbie from Cleethorpes (15 March 2015)
The cottage was ideal for what we wanted but there were a few minor niggles. the towels had seen better days and so were not very effective and the kitchen units were generally worn. some better guidance on local eating places would be good. there is no car parking other than on the roadside nearby but this is to be expected in an old property in a village location. on balance we were satisfied with the accommodation and would definitely consider staying again. Simon from Leicester (09 March 2015)
Had an amazing time loved our stay. Cheryl from Derbyshire (02 March 2015)
A very pleasent little cottage which was well supplied and had little extras like a welcome bottle of wine and biscuits. .tea coffee sugar and milk supplied. . the only down sides were we had to contact the owner direct as we left messages for the caretaker which weren't returned. Then when we arrived the thermostat for the heating had been broken by the previous renter's secondly not a big thing but more of a annoyances none of the remote controls worked. Allison from Ripon (23 January 2015)
Asked about parking when booking and assured there was but it was 75yds up the lane at the very least and further away on some occasions. Kitchen very dated, oven dirty, broken draws and cupboard doors and poor selection of pans and oven trays. Coat hook had fallen off the wall. Shower constantly drips. Remote controls for tv etc do not work. No information supplied on recycling system or bin day. Property below standard and in need of considerable updating to be let out. Anne from Padstow, Cornwall (21 December 2014)
Nice location in a working village. Cottage needs a little tlc. Arthur from West Mersea (15 November 2014)
We had a lovely relaxing break. the cottage was very cosy and warm and needed very little heating. there was everything needed for self-catering (except possibly a coffee table in the living area). a warm welcome from janet with some much appreciated staples - coffee, tea, milk etc. Provided. shops and pubs nearby. a slight downside was lack of parking outside but we were given an allocated space a short walk away. the views from outside were outstanding, the area is a fabulous place for a holiday and we will certainly be returning. Carol from Wirral (24 October 2014)
A beautiful well equiped cottage with simple but comfortable furnishings. Not for the infirm or those that hate walking up and down hills to get anywhere!!! but because of its elivated position the views to the hills were stunning. the white hart doesn't do food but does have good ales and very dog friendly. Only 2 minutes walk down the hill. Up to half hour going up to the cottage depending on alchohol consumed! Dave from Rushden (11 October 2014)
Fantastic spot but very poor parking. cottage cosy and comfortable. Jean from Colchester (27 September 2014)
Lovely cottage - parking slightly away from cottage. . beautifully equipped, warm, and thoughtfully welcoming. . challenging stairs but still ok for us octogenarians. Dogs made welcome too. so all in all, a very happy experience. Rosemary from Andover, (30 August 2014)
A warm and welcoming cottage. An ideal base for a walking holiday. Hilary from Shrewsbury (09 June 2014)
A nice cottage great location for walking. Mattress on bed was not comfortable but apart from that cottage was good. Outside space would not have worked if we had taken the dog, wall was about 3ft high at front. Jill from Woking (24 May 2014)
Fantastic cottage, in a lovely little village. Will defiantly stay there again. Katie from Doncaster (11 May 2014)
Comfy cottage ideal for a couple. very helpful caretaker. some nice local pubs with plenty of others not too far away. ideal position for walking or exploring the area. Deb from Somerset (05 April 2014)
A lovely cosy cottage in a quaint village. Nice local pubs, parks, coffee shop in florist! decent fish and chippy and great curry house/takeaway in hope. Caretaker- just lovely. The free bottle if plonk and biscuits were appreciated. Our 2 girls loved house.. nice and safe with baby gates. Lovely 2 night break.only down point was the killer of a hill and pushing a pram up it- but great for a buttocks workout ;) Nikki from Withnell (23 February 2014)
Lovely warm and cosy cottage. Short drive to derwent and edale, ideal if you love walking!. would have been nice to know where to park on arrival instead of upsetting the neighbours!!! Melissa from Hyde (09 February 2014)
A lovely relaxing place to get away to Jim from Birmingham (02 February 2014)
Wonderful cosy cottage. Lovely area. Would recommend it. Jennie from Cambridgeshire (04 January 2014)
Very comfy, warm cottage. finished to a high spec. location fantastic for walking - the only reason it wasn't a 10 is because parking can be an issue but we will certainly stay in this cottage again. Linda from Royal Wootton Bassett (06 October 2013)
People shouild be aware that this cottage has no garden to sit in only a very small yard which is next to the road. Although it does take dogs it is a steep either up hill or down hill walk for them last thing at night and first in the morning. People are very friendly but parking is dufficult. Sally from Broadstone (28 September 2013)
The cottage was really cosy and welcoming.bottle of wine, biscuits, milk and bottle of water on arrival was a really nice touch. The bed was very creaky and the towels were a bit thin so you could not dry yourself very well so if we went again I would take my own. We took 2 dogs and they loved it with lovely walks right on the doorstep and the views from the cottage brilliant. Linda from Hull (21 September 2013)
I loved every minute of my week long stay in bradwell and millstone cottage. Mrs spencer, the caretaker, was very welcoming and friendly, without being intrusive. The neighbours treated me as one of their own. The wine and biscuits were a welcoming touch. Bradwell itself, was an easy drive to practically every where you would like to visit in the peak district. My 3 dogs also enjoyed the local walks and those slightly further afield. Sharon from Rickmansworth (07 September 2013)
Lovely cottage but.. very squeeky bed, woke us up every time we moved. Bbq advertised but did not work. Bought our own. "courtyard" somewhat overstated. Skylight in bedroom leaked in heavy rain storm (despite being closed). parking was not designated as might have been inferred. It was on street, if available - misleading. Kitchen great. Bathroom great. Lounge great. Very dog friendly but not secure at front where bbq was. Low wall with drop other side. Garden furniture was table and two chairs. Ok for us but.. view fantastic. David from Birmingham (24 August 2013)
Views, location, bathroom. Friendly welcome and fast action taken to mend a recurring broken toilet flush Gaye from Leicester (07 Jul 2013)
Well equipped ,clean,good location,nice warm and cosy Grace from Happisburgh Norfolk (09 March 2013)
Lovely cosy cottage. village very friendly. everything we needed for a week away from it all after christmas. definately plan to stay here again, unfortunately it's already ready booked for our next time off!!! Jan from Exeter (12 January 2013)
Central location in village, cottage has everything you need for a comfortable stay, and dogs welcome too. Roy from Norwich (29 December 2012)
Very welcoming. Good location. Warm, cosy cottage. Stephen from Liverpool (02 December 2012)
Good heating and water supply. Effective shower! Jo from Redhill (24 November 2012)
Quintessinal cottage and village. Carol (20 October 2012)
A fantastic location in a lovely little village with easy access to both north and south of the district park. Wonderful views from the cottage. Lovely welcome with lots of information in the cottage. Selena from Reading (13 October 2012)
Warm and cosy. Comfortable. Well equipped. Quiet Sarah from London (29 September 2012)
Lovely cottage set in a very friendly village. Close to everywhere we wanted to go. Dog friendly pubs in the village and bonus of a co-op a short distance away. . very well equipped cottage. Nice gesture of a bottle of wine in the fridge to welcome you. Jill from Kent (15 September 2012)
Convenient, spacious and clean Julia from Market Deeping (17 August 2012)
Warm welcome +treats. Dog friendly. Everything provided. Washer/dryer...weather was wet Stephen from Aylesbury (21 July 2012)
Charm, well equipped,lovely area. . . . . . . . . . comfortable lovely outlook had real charm. . . . . . . . . . . . comfortable, well equipped, had charm. . . . . Confirmed Purchaser (01 July 2012)
We booked into cottage for weekend as a get a way after surgery, just what the doctor ordered! Customer 64 (June 2012)
Cottage was full of character, situated high up in the village, quiet with lovely views of the Hope valley. Modern kitchen and bathroom combined with cosy snug living area, lovely lanes to explore and meander around, walks possible from the cottage doors. Caretakers Janet and her husband ensured cottage was clean and welcoming, generous touches such as flowers and wine really thoughtful, would love to visit again. Customer 65 (May 2012)
A very clean cottage, peaceful and quiet. We were made to feel very welcome and thoroughly enjoyed our short stay. Will be staying again. Customer 66 (March 2012)
Lovely cosy cottage in a quiet location with shops and pubs close by. Perfect location for walking in the peaks. Very good welcome on arrival with gifts of flowers, wine and biscuits. Steep stairs in the living room need some negotiating but not a problem unless anyway disabled. Customer 67 (January 2012)
Excellent welcome including flowers, wine, biscuits and milk. A very good location for walking in the High Peak and White Peak. Bradwell is an interesting village full of life. Customer 68 (December 2011)
Lovely cottage. Spacious, well furnished and comfortable. Customer 69 (September 2011)
Great welcome gift of wine, biscuits and flowers were a lovey touch. Friendly and helpful contact on arrival. Customer 70 (August 2011)
Ideal for two people and very close to fantastic walking areas. Customer 71 (July 2011)
We really enjoyed our stay and felt very much at home. Was brilliant that we could take more than one dog as many wont allow more than 1. Accommodation was very quaint and welcoming, the location was beautiful. I would definitely recommend. The weather was lovely to which made the stay even more special. Customer 72 (March 2011)
Very pleased with cottage - Janet was very helpful. Locals very friendly. Good location for walks. Would stop again without hesitation. Customer 73 (March 2011)
A beautiful cottage in a lovely location in Bradwell, within easy access of many fantastic walks. We received some biscuits and a bottle of wine on arrival, which was a great touch. The cottage was comfortable and cosy - absolutely perfect for what we wanted. Couldn’t recommend it high enough. Customer 74 (February 2011)
Cosy, characterful and reasonably well equipped. Customer 75 (January 2011)
Very warm and welcoming. Plenty of space and equipment. Beautiful location. Customer 76 (December 2010)
The property was well furnished and warm on arrival. Customer 77 (December 2010)
The property felt very warm and cosy with plenty of space. Customer 78 (December 2010)
It was wonderfully warm and cosy but with a modern kitchen and bathroom. Welcome goodies were a nice surprise. Customer 79 (October 2010)
Peaceful and very comfortable. Customer 80 (August 2010)
Spacious living area. Airy and looked after. Customer 81 (June 2010)
Open plan, not cluttered with ornaments. Customer 82 (June 2010)
Fantastic place to stay, cosy and well equipped. Customer 83 (May 2010)
It was very cosy, well equipped and welcoming. Customer 84 (April 2010)
Excellent cottage, probably one of the nicest I’ve ever stayed in - felt more like a home than a holiday cottage, which so often have tired ’left over’ furniture. Flowers and wine on arrival were a real bonus! Lovely village with great walks straight from the door. Customer 85 (March 2010)
Modern well equipped cottage, which was very cosy and warm with everything we needed for our break with a well pack and flowers. Customer 86 (February 2010)
Very well decorated, modern with a nice gas fire in the lounge making for cosy evenings in. It provided all that you need to make it a home from home feeling. Customer 87 (January 2010)
It was very well presented lovely touch with flowers and bottle of wine. The cottage had been warmed and a lovely welcoming fire was on. The caretaker was very helpful. Customer 88 (December 2009)
As described. Clean. Warm and cosy. Customer 89 (November 2009)
Very comfortable and cosy cottage. Well-equipped and attractively furnished. Friendly village with useful shops, good pubs and places to eat. Excellent walking - we hardly used our car. This was our second visit to this cottage in 2009. Customer 90 (October 2009)
We had a very friendly welcome and the cottage was warm, cosy and set on a (very steep) hill in a very pretty village. Customer 91 (October 2009)
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