If you're after a short break, Bridge Cottage allows short breaks
Want a few days in away in the winter - this cottages accepts short breaks in the winter
All the linen and towels are included
An open fire makes this cottage perfect for the winter
There is a washing machine to use
Don't be chained to the sink - use the dishwasher!
Keep yourself entertained in the evening with the DVD player
There are 2 bathrooms at Bridge Cottage
Bridge Cottage has an excellent standard throughout
Reviews of Bridge Cottage
The holiday cottage of "Bridge Cottage" can be found in Eyam in Derbyshire. This cottage sleeps 7 people, and has 4 bedrooms. The cottage has the following accommodation: Over three floors. Four bedrooms: 1 x 4ft double, 1 x second floor double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x second floor twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove. Gas central heating with woodburning stove. Electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with FreeSat, DVD, Blu-ray, Xbox 360 with a selection of games and controllers, WiFi, selection of books, games, DVDs and Blu-rays.
As Bridge Cottage sleeps 7 people, it is perfectly sized for a family holiday.
These are the reviews for Bridge Cottage. There are 31 reviews.
An old building but with modern comforts set in an historical village. Nice to have a personal handover from the owners. Would recommend Bridge Cottage as a base to explore the Peak District National Park. Mr Gilbert (March 2018)
This however is the only negative. The property itself is flawless in every other way and very comfortable, well equipped and decorated. Mr Weightman (December 2017)
A great venue for a family get together. Mr Cleminson (November 2017)
Bridge Cottage proved a great choice for a few days away with our family. Well situated in the village there was nothing we would have changed .It was also convenient for accessing all the places we wanted to visit and things we wanted to do. The Peak District is a wonderful place to visit, Eyam a lovely village and Bridge Cottage a great choice as a place to stay. Mr Wilks (November 2017)
Cosy and inviting in a nice spot in the great village of Eyam. 10 minute walk to the pub and we had a good walk from the cottage without having to take the car. Nice friendly owner who greeted us on arrival. Mr Cleminson (November 2017)
Well situated in the village there was nothing we would have changed .It was also convenient for accessing all the places we wanted to visit and things we wanted to do. The Peak District is a wonderful place to visit, Eyam a lovely village and Bridge Cottage a great choice as a place to stay. Mr Wilks (November 2017)
A beautiful and comfortable cottage in a perfect location. Equipped thoughtfully with everything you could possibly need. The owners were very helpful both on arrival and with the written information provided in the cottage. Thank you! Miss Stallwood (March 2017)
Beautiful cottage situated in a picturesque quaint village. Met the needs of a very fussy middle aged group of women and exceeded expectations. Would love to come again. Chatsworth house was amazing well worth a visit. Mrs Lester from Wolverhampton (November 2016)
Bridge Cottage is one of the best cottages we have stayed in. The owners, Tracey and Phil, gave us a very warm welcome, they explained how everything works and suggested good places to visit during our stay, they then left us to enjoy our holiday. The cottage is extremely comfy and well equipped, a real home from home with nice comfy beds. Lots of entertainment within the cottage for rainy days and cosy evenings in. Eyam is steeped in history with good walks all around and wonderful views. The Miners Arms provides a good meal and the Tea Shop is also a good place to stop for a treat. Eyam Hall is interesting, under the care of the National Trust and manned by local volunteers who provide lots of interesting information about the Hall, well worth a visit. Eyam is a good base to visit the local attractions. All in all we would love to go back to Bridge Cottage for another holiday and have no hesitation in recommending to others. Mrs Woodward from Nuneaton (September 2016)
Wonderful cottage, brilliantly equipped and fantastically located for hiking in the Peaks as well as visiting Chatsworth, Bakewell etc. Eyam is also a lovely village; in all an excellent place to stay! Miss Mohacsi from Warwick (August 2016)
As we were a family of six adults and two littles ones another shower would have been helpful ,apart from that every thing was fab ,Thank you Mrs Belsey from Lowestoft (August 2016)
Bridge Cottage was fantastic, we had a superb week. It was in an ideal location for walking, and had loads of great extras that the kids loved. Mr Crook from Wolverhampton (February 2016)
Liked everything. The cottage was well equipped and homely, very comfortable. Mrs Coombes from Sheffield (December 2015)
We loved it! Everything we needed and more. The décor is lovely and the cottage overall is very comfortable. The village is full of history and very pretty. Mrs Hicks from East Grinstead (September 2015)
There was plenty of room for the whole family in Bridge Cottage, it was well maintained and clean. The property was well located to visit other parts of the Peak District. Mr Chillingworth from Cheddar (July 2015)
A lovely cottage that was really well equipped. A great village to explore and the surrounding area is stunning with plenty to do on a family holiday. Mr Weston from Lutterworth (July 2015)
Liked the location for visiting all areas of the Peak District and the excellently appointed Bridge Cottage. The decent weather certainly helped us all to have a lovely break in this beautiful area of the country. The owners where very helpful too. Mr Stannard from Ipswich (June 2015)
We liked everything about the cottage. The amount of equipment provided was the best we have ever experienced. It was warm, comfortable and spotlessly clean. Overall, an exceptional weekend spent at the cottage. Mr Lomas from Burnley (February 2015)
We were greeted by the owner on our arrival at Bridge Cottage, who took time to explain the heating system etc ., making us feel very welcome. The area was perfect for us, being able to reach places like Chatsworth House and Buxton and indeed Eyam itself! Mrs Price from Nottingham (November 2014)
The house was comfortable and warm at all times. Mr Turner from Kettering (October 2014)
A superb cottage, friendly village and it was a central base to explore from. Miss Coutts from Bristol (September 2014)
A lovely cottage sympathetically modernised. We loved Eyam and hope to return sometime to both the cottage and the village. Mr Woodard from Colchester (September 2014)
There were many features that were very child orientated which was good. There was an Xbox, games, cot and booster seat and suitable crockery for them as well. The kitchen was very high tech with a nice large fridge freezer. Beds were very comfortable. Mrs Riddell from Ashington (August 2014)
We had a lovely week in Eyam, the cottage was beautiful, with everything we needed and we had a friendly welcome. Mrs Irvine from Weston-Super-Mare (August 2014)
Liked the location and the cottage was fantastic! Mrs Lewis from Swansea (June 2014)
An excellent holiday cottage makes all the difference! We have been to Derbyshire many times and this holiday, like all the others, was a huge success. Mrs Little from Henley-On-Thames (May 2014)
Overall area was very good for walking. Food was very very good, tried both pubs and cafes. Easy access to most places. Ms Stephenson from Hull (May 2014)
Owners were very helpful, location is very special. Mr Whatnall from Sriracha (April 2014)
It was a lovely, clean and warm cottage. Would definitely recommend. Ms Cooke from North Walsham (March 2014)
The cottage was beautifully furnished and decorated to an extremely high standard. The kitchen was well stocked and catered for every need - including plastic cups, bowls and plates for the children. The owners had thought of everything including an excellent selection of DVDs and board games. A very comfortable and welcoming cottage! We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will be returning! Mr Frankham from Basingstoke (February 2014)
Beautiful old cottage with all modern comforts. Mr Bornemann from Fredericia (August 2013)
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