There is room to park your car at 2 Victoria Cottages off the road - for 1 car
A cot is available at 2 Victoria Cottages
All the linen and towels are included
Your pet can holiday with you at 2 Victoria Cottages.
Don't take dirty laundry home - use the washing machine at 2 Victoria Cottages
There is a DVD player
Enjoy a relaxing break in the enclosed courtyard and patio garden
A broadband connection is provided at 2 Victoria Cottages
2 Victoria Cottages has holidays starting on Saturday
There is one bedroom at 2 Victoria Cottages
There is one bathroom
2 Victoria Cottages
The holiday cottage of "2 Victoria Cottages" can be found near Bakewell in Derbyshire - 2 Victoria Cottages is about 50 Yards from Bakewell. 2 Victoria Cottages can sleep 2 people with 1 bedroom to sleep your holiday party. 2 Victoria Cottages has a bedroom makeup of: bedroom 1- With king size bed. This holiday cottage has 1 bathroom.
Off road parking for one medium sized car. Rear enclosed courtyard with wrought iron chairs and further patio area at the top of the garden with furniture. Additional storage available in shed for bikes. Please note this property is not suitable for people with mobility problems or young children. 2 Victoria Cottages may suit you for a romantic break. When you want to go out for a drink in the evening, the shop, pub and restaurant are all 600 Yards from 2 Victoria Cottages.
Reviews of 2 Victoria Cottages
These are the reviews for 2 Victoria Cottages. There are 51 reviews.
Good location to get in to town, carpet is not the best for muddy boots from walking all day, and with no where to put muddy boots near front door or hang coats. Oliver (16 October 2018)
This was our second stay at this cottage and we have really enjoyed both visits,we would definitely stay here again and recommend to others thank you so much for a lovely home from home stay. Sue from Beeston Notts (22 September 2018)
Lovely location and cottage with all the amenities that one could wish for highly recomended John from Tewkesbury (08 September 2018)
Great cottage with everything you could need :) Garry from Hull (01 September 2018)
Great accomodation very clean ,everything you need ,lovely place. Is bakewell , Eric from Durham (18 August 2018)
Just back from another lovely holiday at 2, victoria cottages, bakewell. lots of sunshine and as always, everything we could possibly need in the cottage. Thank you margaret for the warm welcome and all the extras x Mary from Blackpool (14 July 2018)
A perfect cottage for the 2 of us with our dog. The cottage was really well equipped and had everything we needed. Wine, milk, biscuits and tea and coffee were all left for us and fresh flowers in the lounge all made us feel really welcome. The location was great for walking into town in the evening with plenty of choice of places to eat and drink and also some good walks from bakewell itself if you didn’t want to use the car. would love to stay again Helen from Cambridge (07 July 2018)
This is a great cottage in every way except its proximity to the main road, which is very noisy and heavily polluted, sadly making it a place that I would not like to stay in again. Ruairidh (09 June 2018)
Another perfect week at 2, victoria cottages. Everything was just great and so was the weather. looking forward to our next visit. Highly recommended Mary from Blackpool, Lancashire (26 May 2018)
Second time here. what can I say 'wonderful. Christine from Lewes (26 April 2018)
Lovely comfortable cottage would definitely stay again,loved it. Elaine from Grantham (21 April 2018)
A very cosy cottage, plenty of storage and very well equipped. it was a nice touch to arrive and find flowers and a bottle of wine. Christine (03 February 2018)
Beautiful little cottage, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom all beautifully decorated and well finished. The bottle of wine was a lovely touch. The gardens are a bit tricky to get down to the front door but very pretty. Living room could do with with a bigger, more cofortable sofa and a coffee table to make a bit more relaxing for nights in. But other than that, perfect cottage for a week in bakewell. Liam from Bath (27 January 2018)
Lovely cosy cottage for a great price. Great for 2 people wanted to explore the peak district. Located very close to the centre of bakewell. Parking a bit tricky but the owner can help if you have a big car. Right on the main road, but the road is quiet at night. Elliot (04 January 2018)
We have stayed in this cottage a couple of times and overall is brilliant. Just it's a shame the gas fire in the living room has been capped off for some reason. When we have stayed previously it was working and it's lovely if you stay in the winter like we did. Also the parking round the back is very tight even for a small car, we now have a fiesta and don't class this as a big car but believe me my husband was sweating trying to park up with no damage it was a good job we have rear sensors on the back, but apart from these 2 things the cottage would be perfect Theresa from Nottingham (28 December 2017)
Had a wonderful holiday. Very well equipped cottage, beautifully clean. Kept us fit climbing up the steps in the back garden! a lovely walk past the stream to the co-op. Lovely walks nearby and great places to visit. Julie from Hartlepool (05 August 2017)
We had a wonderful week here with glorious weather. The cottage was delightful with many thoughtful extras including wine, kit kats and a vase of yellow roses. the flowers were such a lovely touch as so many places rely on plastic flowers. We had no problem at all with parking at the rear of the property and made full use of the two outside dining areas. The view from the top garden was far reaching and beautiful and kept the sun nearly all day. Being so close to the town of bakewell was a bonus and we left the car alone for several days and enjoyed the walks, shops and amenities close by. we found the cottage very well equipped, the bed was comfy and the very powerful shower was great. very highly recommended. Linda from Norwich (24 June 2017)
Lovely find! perfect for our stay in bakewell. Debbie (10 June 2017)
Just back from another really lovely holiday in bakewell. The cottage is well located, very clean, comfortable and extremely well equipped. Everything had been thought of, with a warm welcome and and lots of 'extras'. wine, flowers, tea, coffee and even milk in the fridge. Thank you so much. We'll be back in july. Mary from Blackpool (27 May 2017)
Nice cosy ideal for 2 + dog. Bakewell busy during day , quiet at night . surrounding area good for walking and cycling Andrew from Middlesbrough (06 May 2017)
Wonderful cottage, well equipped very clean and extremely comfortable. Fantastic location, very central. bakewell is a stunning village with a wide range of pubs, shops and tea rooms and very dog friendly which was perfect for us. We had a wonderful holiday great days out many places to visit. We would say small negative would be the large amount of steep steps down to the property after parking the car. Debbie from London (28 April 2017)
A lovely cottage but best for warmer months as hard to get living room warm enough in winter. Samantha (04 March 2017)
Cottage clean and very well equipped. Parking very difficult even in our mini. The fire being blocked off left the property cold, even having taken our own fan heater! (the radiator in the lounge was cold at the bottom, the heating might be resolved with a service but the fire should be reinstated) Confirmed Guest (13 December 2016)
Nice cosy cottage. Main problem was traffic noise early in the morning. when you park car at the back of the house there are approximately 30 steps to walk down to get to back door. Julie from Worcestershire (22 October 2016)
A lovely cottage, with a comfortable bed,and a fabulous bathroom. Cosy sitting room and equipped kitchen. Driveway and all the steps surprising! Confirmed Guest (13 October 2016)
Lovely cottage within easy reach of bakewell's centre (2 minutes walk). very comfortable with everything you need for an enjoyable stay. A bottle of wine waiting for us when we arrived was most welcome. An ideal place to stay when exploring derbyshire and beyond. Mike from Kent (24 September 2016)
Fantastic cottage, very well equipped. Excellent position Andy from Rugeley (30 August 2016)
Lovely cottage this is the second time we have stayed here. Only a short walk to the pubs and shops of bakewell. Nice location to visit all the scenic views the peak district has to offer. A very enjoyable week good weather would recommend to friends. Will certainly be back at some point. Mick from Ely Cambs (13 August 2016)
Very well equipped comfy cottage close to town centre. . this was our 2nd visit and I would highly recommend it. Janice from Isle Of Skye (18 June 2016)
A lovely little cottage, although the road was very noisy. Fabulous location, lots of brilliant walks from the door, we parked the car and didn't use it again until we left! Carol from Orton On The Hill (04 June 2016)
Nice little cottage, brilliant location. Everything we needed to have a great break! Emma from Newcastle (28 May 2016)
This fabulous '2 up 2 down' met all our requirements. (only suitable for 2). the cottage was very well supplied by the owners and we felt very welcome. Very central to bakewell, short walking distance to amenities (along a river setting) including a good sized co-op, pubs, shops, take-away(s), tea rooms and a fabulous restaurant (pie daniels). great base for a multitude of beautiful walks and places of interest. We had a wonderful time and would recommend to friends. However, if you have mobility problems this is not the place for you. the back garden (which has fantastic views) has very steep steps up to the car park space. . we loved it. Sarah from Aylesbury (21 May 2016)
A lovely find in bakewell. The cottage had everything a couple and their labrador needed. Jill from Stoke On Trent (03 May 2016)
A lovely location and a lovely cottage. Gayle from Newcastle (18 March 2016)
Lovely, cosy, well-equipped cottage. well situated for stroll into bakewell town centre or for walking in surrounding areas. however, awkward for parking and main road can be busy. Gary from Skeeby (20 February 2016)
An excellent few days. our only downside was the small shower - a compromise to give a large bath - which we didn't use! Confirmed Guest (15 January 2016)
Had a lovely stay in bakewell. Victoria cottages were very well renovated ,very clean and had everything we needed for our stay. Very comfortable and a perfect location to explore bakewell and the surrounding area. Wayne from Redditch,Worc (04 January 2016)
A lovely location to stay, no need to use the car for exploring bakewell. We stayed over christmas, it was warm and cosy. The cottage is comfortable and has everything you need including a wonderful bath to use after a walking. The owner made us welcome with a bottle of wine, chocolates and fresh flowers. As it was christmas she had decorated the living room with a tree and a few tasteful decorations. There is parking for one small car but the walk down the steep steps would make it unsuitable for people with mobility problems. we would definitely stay there again. Sue from Tamworth (27 December 2015)
Lovely cottage, 5 min walk into centre of bakewell. Everything provided - wifi, iron & board etc - tea, coffee, milk & even a welcoming bottle of red wine. Peebles (our big black lump) loved it. Dean from Wigan (06 November 2015)
Excellent little cottage and was perfect for myself and my wife to relax Mark from Barnsley (16 October 2015)
We received a very warm welcome and had a lovely relaxing holiday. The cottage is just a short stroll from the town. The cottage as always was spotlessly clean and comfortable. We hope to return very soon :-) Mary from Blackpool, Lancashire (22 August 2015)
A really lovely little cottage in a beautiful town. The owner had made it very homely with lots of special touches, like tea and coffee, tissues, wine, biscuits, washing powder, even toiletries - lovely! Yvonne from Northampton (08 August 2015)
This was our third visit to 2 victoria cottages. We've always enjoyed our stays here with our dog. This time we noticed that there had been a bit of a revamp in the bathroom since our previous visit. I think margaret, the owner, takes real care of the property to ensure it's looking its best. It's a real home from home, cosy and inviting. There's everything you'll need during your stay, and lovely extra touches like wine to welcome you! we'll be returning i'm sure. Ana from Bath (17 July 2015)
Lovely, characterful little holiday cottage. well equipped kitchen, comfortable bed and lounge. top of the stairs slightly precarious between the bedroom and bathroom. convenient location, but on a fairly busy main road so a bit noisy if you're wanting a lie-in!. just a short, picturesque walk into bakewell town along the waterside, where there were enough decent pubs and restaurants to eat somewhere different every evening. Lots of shops and cafes for the day time, plus two smallish supermarkets. . bakewell ideally situated for exploring the peak district with several good walks possible directly from the town. We liked the cottage and bakewell and would return to both. Helen from Shepton Mallet (11 July 2015)
Lovely cottage, well equipped. Easy walking distance to centre. Of bakewell. . as much as we loved property - why washing machine, but no. Washing line? and car park space so tight with walls either side. It takes 2 people to get car in or out. . you mentioned steep stairs, we imagined inside as in so many old. Properties, but, no, it was outside to get from car parking to. Property. although we enjoyed holiday, I think this should be. Highlighted for future visitors. Janice from Portree (20 June 2015)
Nice cottage in good location. appreciated having wi-fi available David from Stanley, County Durham (06 June 2015)
We arrived to find tea/coffee and milk and been left for us, along with a bottle of red and a pair of lindt easter bunnies. The cottage was clean and comfortable, the bed was very comfy and the bathroom excellent, roll-top bath as well as a shower (and bidet). . just a 5 minute walk from town (along the mill leet not the main road) and access to the monsal trail either via town or straight up and down the small hill opposite the cottage. . a very relaxing 4 days, we did not use the car at all. Carl from Northwich (08 April 2015)
Lovely clean, comfortable & cosy cottage. Well equipped for two people. 5 minutes walk to centre of bakewell with shops and pubs. . on the main bakewell to buxton road but we didn't find traffic noise to be a problem. . steep climb up 35 steps to parking space at the back - not a problem for us but something to be aware of. Owner very friendly and helpful. We had a great week and would definitely stay here again. Simon from Winchester (14 March 2015)
Victoria cottage is well situated in bakewell. The road is busy but it didn't bother me. The access to the property from the rear is extremely hazardous due to their being very steep & uneven steps. They had been gritted which made the descent easier with luggage.my advice is park at the front & get the house opened at the front. the car park space was just large enough to park in, but a degree of skill was needed actually getting into it due to it being surrounded by stone walls & on a narrow access road.. perseverance required!! . the cottage was nice inside, the highlights being the bathroom & cosy bed!! the equipment in the kitchen is quite basic if you really wanted to cook.. the owner left a welcome bottle of wine, which was a nice touch. I would book this cottage again. Jane from Evesham (06 February 2015)
This is a lovely little cottage, very cosy with an excellent bathroom and kitchen. The outside space would great in summer. The only drawback is the traffic noise at the front. Brian from Burnley (13 December 2014)
A superb holiday cottage for two people. A high level of comfort and equipment with plenty of room and a handy car bay off the main road. Made very welcome by the owner with wine etc left for us and the heating set to keep things cosy. Would definitely recommend and hope to come back soon. Stephen from Hinckley, Leics. (01 November 2014)
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