No extra charges for the fuel and power at this cottage
Available for short breaks
Winter short breaks can be booked at Broadhay
This cottage has the towels and linen included
Don't take dirty laundry home - use the washing machine at Broadhay
No need to wash-up - use the dishwasher
Watch some DVDs during your stay at Broadhay
You have 2 bathrooms at Broadhay
You can expect a good level of quality and comfort at Broadhay
Reviews of Broadhay
The holiday cottage of "Broadhay" can be found in Offerton in Derbyshire. Broadhay can sleep 6 people with 3 bedrooms to sleep your holiday party. Broadhay has the following accommodation: Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request) with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double with basin, 1 x twin (zip/link, can be king-size double on request) with basin. Ground floor shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast bar. Dining room with electric fire. Sitting room. Oil central heating with electric fire. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs.
It's worth looking at Broadhay if you're after a family holiday cottage.
These are the reviews for Broadhay. There are 37 reviews.
Would revisit for a tranquil weekend. Mr Clarke (March 2019)
Gorgeous views from every window. The cottage is cosy and very spacious, as 6 adults in our party. Very comfortable beds and full facilities. Very enjoyable stay. Mrs Giles (March 2019)
The cottage was lovely and warm with all the facilities needed and big spacious rooms in a nice quite location. And very handy for Hathersage with it's shops and places to eat. Mr Rich (November 2018)
It is in a great location. The hosts were welcoming and helpful. We would definetly hope to stay there again. Ms Kerr (October 2018)
Everything clean, tidy and with enough little extras to make the stay extra enjoyable. The boot room at the back helped for storage of muddy wellies, and the downstairs shower was lovely. Very well located for good walks or short drives to nearby towns. The farm track is steep but was perfectly manageable in our ‘normal’ family cars. It was delightful to be woken by a cockerel crowing and to have the view of grazing sheep during breakfast. Very highly recommended. Mrs Scott-Thacker (October 2018)
Stunning, secluded location and a warm welcome made this the perfect break with lots to see and do in the local area. The cottage is like a tardis, providing ample space and also separate space for the whole family. A real home from home environment, furnished to a high standard with every attention to detail, especially in the well-equipped kitchen and dining room where six adults were seated comfortably with plenty of elbow room! The long country walks, fresh air and super comfy beds left us feeling fully refreshed. Thank you. CBlench (October 2018)
We were treated to fabulous weather which enhanced our time away. The cottage was very comfortable with good facilities. We were greeted by Andrew and shown around the cottage, Claire popped round to make sure all was OK later. We enjoyed being surrounded by the countryside and watching the sheep with their lambs, especially the breakfast and tea rush! There were at least 6 cockerels but these did not disturb all of us! Some of us enjoyed local walks (but storm Hector had disturbed the stepping stones so we had to paddle across the river!) in the lovely countryside while others met us in Hathersage for a much needed drink. A lovely place to wind down. Mrs Mackey (June 2018)
The host family, who live in the nearby farm house, were very helpful and friendly, especially in their advice on local weather and it's implications for travel. Mr lee- smith (March 2018)
This is a lovely cottage set in a picturesque landscape combining a traditional working farm with the peaks in the distance. A short walk from the Derwent river and a short drive from fantastic walks and local pubs. Mrs Miller (July 2017)
A short walk from the Derwent river and a short drive from fantastic walks and local pubs. Mr Miller (July 2017)
You need to need to emphasise the steepness and roughness of the approach track. Mr White (June 2017)
Spent a week in this lovely cottage on the outskirts of Hathersage. It had all the amenities you could wish for for a self catering break. The local pub is a quick 15 min walk away. The owners were right next door should we have needed anything and were very friendly and chatty. A perfect base from which to explore the Peak District from. Mike68 (January 2017)
We stayed here over the New Year period and found Broadhay to be ideal. It is much larger than the photos give it credit for, and the standard of decoration and furnishings is very good. The beds are comfortable and the kitchen has excellent appliances. The location is quiet and the owners are very friendly; nothing is too much trouble and there was a small welcome package of necessities such as bread and milk. It's a delightful place in a lovely part of the world. It is reasonably priced and has everything you need. CarlosBassMan (January 2017)
Have had a lovely Birthday weekend away in Derbyshire largely due to picking Broadhay to stay at. The farmhouse was fabulous, and I have to agree with other reviewers in that the beds are indeed 'extremely' comfy and the website photos do not capture the size of the property! It is much bigger in reality so felt very special. There is more than enough room and plenty of storage/cupboard space if you like to fully unpack. There are lots of lovely touches/decor and the location is stunning and peaceful. Would love to return in the summer months and experience Claire's hospitality again. If we were to be picky the steep unmade track could be a consideration to some and maybe a few coat hooks wouldn't go a miss (we may have missed them having fun!), and maybe on the back of the bathroom door. Overall we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Broadhay and wouldn't hesitate to book again if we were returning to the area. Miss Smith from Wickford (November 2016)
Just spent an amazing weekend in Hathersage and based ourselves at Broadhay - Claire and Andy made us very welcome and this is a gorgeous cottage on their farm with stunning views across the valley. The house had generous bedrooms and beds, was warm and cosy and fitted our needs completely. There is plenty of space for everyone and although we had six adults you never felt you were on top of each other. The countryside around is stunning and the silence was golden (especially when you come from London where you are constantly surrounded by noise). Being woken up by the cockerels and sheep was really good. A short walk to the Plough (really good food and atmosphere) and close to Hathersage and what looked like some great walks (if you are so inclined). Would definitely recommend this cottage to anyone who wants to get away and explore the Peak District and you could not ask for better hosts MPCActor (October 2016)
Wow this holiday let has everything: fantastic views across the rolling countryside, comfortable beds, fabulous hosts, lots of space for everyone and peace and quiet in abundance. This is the place to come and relax and forget about everything. The holiday let is the best I have ever stayed in. I loved waking up in the morning and seeing the sheep in the field. The beds were so very comfortable and the cottage had everything we could possibly want and so much more!! The walk in shower was lovely and kitchen had every type of dish/utensil you could ever wish for. Couldn't fault anything at all about this place and the hosts Claire and Andrew were so lovely and accommodating too. Will be back very soon as fell in love with the place. Karen W (June 2016)
The location is out of this world, so peaceful and quiet with fantastic views all around. The sheep in the field were an added bonus which the children just adored. We couldn't fault anything at all with the property, it was fabulous and the owners couldn't have been any more helpful; nothing was too much bother. The beds were so comfortable and we loved all the little touches throughout the house. It was a fantastic holiday and cannot recommend this property enough; they don't get much better than this!! Miss Wood from Plymouth (May 2016)
We were made to feel very welcome. The location is amazing with beautiful views and it is so quiet. The cottage was lovely, it had everything you needed, was clean and you can't help but relax once there! Miss Galvin from Wirral (February 2016)
One word: perfection! Mrs Mitchell from Workington (January 2016)
We have just returned from a long weekend at Broadhay and could not have been happier with every aspect of our stay. Claire was wonderfully warm and welcoming and we were delighted to find that Broadhay ("Grandma's cottage") was beautifully kitted out with everything we needed. The kitchen is very well equipped. It is a substantial property(much bigger than the photos might suggest) decorated tastefully with some really charming touches. We live in a very old farmhouse ourselves and love quirky features, beams and interesting nooks and crannies. Claire clearly has an admirable attention to detail and the property was spick and span. It is clear that this farmhouse is part of the Bramhall's family heritage and we felt as if we were privileged to be staying in a much loved family home. We were also captivated by the rare breed sheep (zwartbles) I am sure we could have hand fed them, they were so tame and friendly. We would love to return. Thank you so much Claire, for being a part of making my significant decade celebration weekend such a success. We had a splendid time. Elizabeth M (January 2016)
An excellent place to stay if you like to be off the beaten track. It was accessible for good walks and drives around the Peaks. The hosts were faultless. Miss Kirkham from North Walsham (November 2015)
We travelled as an extended family of 6 and found Broadhay an excellent place to stay for half term. Claire and Andrew were very welcoming and helpful during our stay. The photos on here really don't do the room size justice. The reception rooms and bedrooms are all spacious. The kitchen is low-ceilinged for tall people but very clean and has everything needed including washing machine and dishwasher. Beds were probably the most comfortable we have had at a rental property. Despite being a cold week, the heating system warmed the house up quickly when needed and it felt cosy. The hard floors throughout the downstairs made it easy to clean up after ourselves in the wet weather. We managed to do a couple of walks direct from the cottage itself and Castleton and other key towns are all within a 15 minute or so drive. Didn't manage to get time to do archery or shooting unfortunately, but we will be back! RaceRat (November 2015)
We thought this place was great. Stayed there as a group of forty something girlfriends. The location is perfect on a working farm in a secluded location whilst still walkable (about 20 minutes) to hathersage. Owners emailed beforehand with easy to follow directions and were very welcoming on arrival. The cottage is spacious and actually is much bigger than the photos on the website do it justice. It was warm and cosy and absolutely spotless. The kitchen was extremely well equipped and everything was in working order. Loads of lovely walks on the doorstep and the plough pub at the bottom of the lane does great food if you don't feel like cooking. All in all a good value, well positioned property. The only slight downside (though I am being picky) was that the main bathroom was on ground level so a bit of a pain if you have to get up for a pee in the night and could do with a bit of a makeover. Would recommend this place for a group of friends or a family who enjoy the beautiful Peak District. I would definitely go back 992helenj (October 2015)
The cottage was in a great location. It had nice décor, a well equipped kitchen and plenty of hot water. Overall the cottage was very comfortable. Chauvin from Derby (August 2015)
Friendly owner and a lovely setting. Very clean and well maintained. Mr Henshaw from Lincoln (April 2015)
Lovely , home from home cottage in a great area. Owner is really friendly and welcoming. Cottage is very clean with all mod cons. Highly recommend this place@! SHenshaw37 (April 2015)
The house had plenty of space, comfortable beds and a well equipped kitchen. We also liked the surroundings, it was very quiet and a beautiful view. Mrs Kuiger from Rotsterhaule (October 2014)
The property was warm, spacious and very comfortable. Everything was spotless when we arrived and it is very nicely furnished with everything we needed for an easy and very pleasant stay. We loved being situated on the farm among the sheep and chickens and far away from our usual city lives. The owners were welcoming/helpful and available just the other side of the farmyard. Ms Harland from Bromley (September 2014)
The house was well furnished and comfortable. It is a good base for exploring that part of the Peak Park. Mr Vale from Congleton (September 2014)
Very comfortable and quiet - ideal for relaxation. Beautiful Peaks walks on the doorstep and walking distance to local pub, shops and swimming pool. Mr Whitcroft from Dorking (September 2014)
We all had a great weekend, the cottage was fabulous and the owner was great - very welcoming and friendly. Miss Armitage from Huddersfield (August 2014)
Liked the whole experience. The cottage is situated in a beautiful spot near Hathersage and the River Derwent with views out to the nearby outcrops and farmland. The owners were extremely welcoming and couldn't do enough for us. A truly great week in a rural environment on a working farm. Mr Hayes from Aldershot (August 2014)
Gracious and thoughtful host, beautiful & peaceful surroundings, lovely house! Mrs Lester from Alfreton (August 2014)
The owner was very welcoming, showed us round and made us feel we could ask for help or more information if required. A great host! The surroundings were stunning and even the drive down became an adventure. Mrs Brennan from Redcar (July 2014)
Great area and lovely cottage. Quiet location on a working farm. Owners very nice. Very good family accommodation. Would recommend to anyone Mrs Criddle from Torquay (June 2014)
What a great cottage. Owners are very kind and welcoming. Set in a great location away from all the modern noise. The cottage was well furnished and clean through out. Would recommend to anyone. Well done on such a great holiday let. Richard M (June 2014)
The owners were incredibly warm and welcoming and the location is simply stunning. Calm, peaceful, beautiful surroundings with farm animals up close. The cottage is gorgeous and has everything you could possibly need and it's in a great location for accessing all the wonderful activities and localities the Peaks have to offer. We had a brilliant time. Miss Smith from London (April 2014)
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