No extra charges for the fuel and power at this cottage
Relax with the woodburning stove
If you're after a short break, Burrs 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
Pets are allowed at Burrs Cottage.
There is a washing machine to use
There's plenty of walking to be had around Burrs Cottage
Don't be chained to the sink - use the dishwasher!
Keep yourself entertained in the evening with the DVD player
There are 1 at Burrs Cottage
You can expect a good level of quality and comfort at Burrs Cottage
Reviews of Burrs Cottage
The holiday cottage of "Burrs Cottage" can be found in Great Hucklow in Derbyshire. Burrs Cottage can sleep 2 people with 1 bedroom to sleep your holiday party. Burrs Cottage has the following accommodation: One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Cosy living room with fitted kitchen and sitting area with woodburning stove. South-facing conservatory with utility area, dining area and wonderful views. Note: The first floor is reached by a very steep open staircase which makes the property unsuitable for the less able (and large suitcases). Central heating from woodburning stove in sitting room and electric room heaters. Electric double oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV, video, DVD player, WiFi, radio.
Burrs Cottage would make a good holiday cottage for a couple.
These are the reviews for Burrs Cottage. There are 62 reviews.
The narrow steep stair is really quite challenging (steepness rather than the open treads) but otherwise the cottage is in a great location, has all you need and the host very helpful Mrs Heffer (October 2018)
Beautiful views, a real sun trap. Ideal place for touring the peaks and days out. We will come back to the cottage and stay again without any hesitation. Allan and Liz Mrs Coombes (August 2018)
The cottage is delightfully situated. I spent most of my time there working in the conservatory and enjoying the lovely view. Thanks to Dinah Johnson for the warm welcome. The cottage has every amenity you can think of and everything is very compact. A very civilised hideaway. Mr Thomson (July 2018)
Lovely holiday cottage fab location owner very friendly would return and recommend this cottage ideal base for walking and exploring the Derbyshire dales Mrs Franke (June 2018)
Perfect for our dogs and us. Lovely to stay in the winter with snow on the hills, beautiful views from the cottage Mrs Stirling (February 2018)
Easy to find what we wanted as there were so many options. Mr Bunting (November 2017)
It was a wonderful location with spectacular views and very safe for the dogs. The cottage was warm, cosy and very clean with delicious homemade jam and marmalade to greet us.. We will definitely return for another visit. Mrs Morgan (August 2017)
The cottage was warm, cosy and very clean with delicious homemade jam and marmalade to greet us.. We will definitely return for another visit. Mrs Morgan (August 2017)
Lovely location and cottage comfortable. Description accurate, but narrow steep stairs and the fact we like to stay at different cottages means we would not book Burr Cottage again. Mr Fields (May 2017)
Description accurate, but narrow steep stairs and the fact we like to stay at different cottages means we would not book Burr Cottage again. Mr Fields (May 2017)
Although not suitable for infirm guests, the stairs are easily managed by anyone with reasonable fitness. Mr Hughes (April 2017)
Beautiful tiny cottage, very high in the Peak village of Great Hucklow. Cosily nestled against a huge weather-protecticting hillside wall there are amazing views for many miles out to the front of the property. It was wonderful to wake to autumn clouds below our view and then seeing the sunny hills and distance appearing as the day warmed. Cottage is very well equipped - all you need if you enjoy cooking or spending time inside on rainy days or getting out into the sunshine for BBQs and walking. Staircase really is incredibly steep with slightly 'cut-away' alternating treads, and a tight turn at the top. I was rather nervous since I am awaiting knee surgery ... BUT I managed by taking heaps of care and climbing/descending very slowly. This might put many off, but I was not disappointed as the fabulous location, facilities in the cottage, and warmth of welcome and chats with the owner far outweighed the little angst about the stairs. Would happily book again. Mrs Shearer from Camberley (September 2016)
any person with any disability would find it very difficult to get up the stairs. Mr Howland from Ashford (September 2016)
The stairs are tricky so you need to be able bodied at least Mr Price from Hereford (September 2016)
We stayed here for 2 weeks with our dogs there are walks from the door cottage has got everything you need for your stay. We will be returning for another holiday. The owner is very helpful. deeptechgnone (August 2016)
The cottage was very well equipped. We received a very warm welcome from the owners. Mr Williams from Coalville (December 2015)
A lovely cosy cottage with wonderful views. An excellent base for walking and exploring the Peaks. There was a lovely garden to sit in, when the weather permits. Overall a peaceful and quiet spot. Mrs King from Burnham-On-Crouch (June 2015)
A lovely little cottage in a very nice location with amazing views. The owners were very friendly. Mrs De Koster from London (April 2015)
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this cottage and have every intention of returning next year. The owners are friendly as are the locals and the majority of the nearby pubs do excellent meals. We were amazed just how central we were for the places we had intended visiting. Mr Kirsopp from Ryton (April 2015)
We had a lovely week in this delightful cottage, although small it had everything you could want. Had superb views from the bedroom a local pub in the village serving good food. There were plenty of walks for our dog and the weather was perfect for this time of the year. Would certainly recommend to anyone thinking of a country retreat. Mrs Neil from Brackley (March 2015)
Peaceful and private with friendly hosts and excellent heating. Mr Walker from Norwich (February 2015)
Burrs Cottage is a top quality cottage. Easy to reach all local attractions and good , dog friendly pubs nearby. Mr Ward from Northampton (December 2014)
We are ramblers so this property is perfect for us and our dog. This was our 4th visit to Burrs Cottage and will be there again next year. Mrs Fennings from Leamington Spa (November 2014)
Relaxing in the warm and quiet, which gave us time to unwind and for me to paint. Mr Scrafton from Hartlepool (October 2014)
The owners were very hospitable and friendly. The Cottage was absolutely charming and the location was peaceful, stunning and beautiful! Plenty of places to visit, there was something for everyone and the owners left plenty of leaflets, a map and a folder with lots of information providing even more information of places of interest, of public houses, and all essential amenities in the village and beyond. They thought of everything. This is the best cottage we have ever stayed in with wonderful views overlooking the valley. A great cottage and a great price! Would recommend to family and friends and would certainly book again for a holiday. Mrs Nichols from Suffollk (July 2014)
The superb peaceful location with excellent view. Very friendly owners. Excellent pubs in local villages Mr Ellis from Harleston (May 2014)
A great stay in a delightful location; very accommodating hosts, very dog friendly, a wonderful area for a holiday. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Mr Cave from Highbridge (May 2014)
A very warm welcome - with some lovely extras on arrival ie milk, jams and chocolates. Beautiful location and lovely grounds. Very comfortable cottage with everything that you needed. Mr Perrins from West Bromwich (April 2014)
Cottage in great location, cosy, warm and snug, friendly hosts. Mr Goodwin from Gravesend (March 2014)
Stayed for a week in this quirky cottage. on arrival the owners greeted us along with their dog, very friendly. Inside it is very compact with a very steep staircase, thankfully as advised we only had holdalls. Upstairs again is compact with significant room for everything, with a small bathroom. A nice touch was the welcoming chocolates, along with tea etc. to get you going. It was nice that we had use of the garden our two dogs got on well with the owners dog, plus you had access to a field if you wished for your dog's. We had a lovely time here and on a dull day it is comfy enough to relax. The views from the cottage was lovely being in an elevated position. Burrs cottage is an ideal location for walking even from base. We will be use burrs cottage again,would definitely recommend it. ANNIE1408 (March 2014)
The cottage is small but lovely. Very steep, narrow steps to the second floor...but worth the climb to reach the spacious bedroom and bathroom. The location is idealic and beautiful. The local pub is friendly and serves delicious food. We had an incredible stay...as did our dogs! We hope to return again in the near future!! A FlipKey verified reviewer (January 2014)
Position of this property. Views are excellent. Mr Bekir from Westcliff-On-Sea (December 2013)
We have been to Burrs Cottage before, and we just loved the countryside as well as being very near everywhere we wanted to go. As ever the hosts were extremely courteous and kind, and we have now struck up a relationship. The accommodation had everything that we required, and nothing beats eating breakfast overlooking the valley! Mrs Annett from Gravesend (November 2013)
The cottage & it's owners are dog friendly and we had a lovely week exploring the area. I particularly liked the log burner and free fuel, meaning we felt very cosy in the evenings. Excellent information supplied by the owners on the local area. Overall, a great weeks break. Mr Harris from Northampton (October 2013)
The cottage was lovely. The views were spectacular. We absolutely loved our stay, and wish it would have lasted longer! Mrs Schofield from Rotherham (October 2013)
We and our dogs were made very welcome, it was nice to feel that the dogs were welcome visitors, not just tolerated. The owners were on site to meet us and gave us a short but comprehensive guide around the cottage and the gardens and grounds, which we were given free access to. Burrs Cottage proved to be the perfect holiday stay for us, handy for all the walking areas of the Peak District, the views from the cottage are exceptional, especially so from the bedroom window, waking to that was an absolute joy. The cottage was very well equipped and lacked for nothing except perhaps a few cushions on the chairs. There are some very good pubs and restaurants nearby, Fish and Chips and a late opening store in Tideswell(5 mins in car). One note of caution, if you can't manage steep stairs this is not for you, we thought it contributed to the charm of the place, and we will definitely be visiting again A FlipKey verified reviewer (October 2013)
Wonderful location, comfortable compact cottage for two. The owners were on site, and very friendly and helpful. As mentioned by previous visitors, the bed was extremely comfortable. Mr Lewis from Ipswich (September 2013)
We had a fabulous week and Burrs Cottage was a major factor, we will definitely be returning in the future. Mr Cook from Morpeth (August 2013)
The property owners are very friendly, welcoming and accommodating. The location is superb and all facilities were above and beyond our expectations. I would recommend this property to anybody who wants a quiet holiday in a particularly beautiful and relaxing setting. Mr Day from Chester Le Street (July 2013)
Cottage was well-equipped. Lovely setting. Owners very friendly and helpful. Ms Ridgway from Dunstable (March 2013)
Excellent! Will be back. Lovely (very compact) but very cosy cottage with great views (Peak District mist permitting), lots of nice touches. Very friendly owners, who welcome rather than just tolerate dogs (including our boxer). Mr Brooks from Loughborough (March 2013)
I appreciated the communication prior to my arrival and the very warm welcome when I got there. The cottage is just beautiful, so so cosy with the fire, also the bed is the comfiest bed I have ever slept in! Thank you. Rev Wooding from Sheffield (December 2012)
We had a lovely week at Burrs Cottage. In an ideal location, close to all the Peaks has to offer but also secluded enough for perfect peace. The down stairs is very small (but contains everything you need) but was quite surprised how bright and roomy the bedroom seemed. Very comfortable bed.The only slight concern to people maybe the steepnes of the steps, they were quite difficult to get up and down. The owners who live next door were extremely friendly and most helpful but did not intrude at all during our week. Not much in the village of Gt Hucklow itself but neighbouring villages of Foolow and Eyam are just perfect. Had a wonderful week, especially the dogs. Will definitely visit again. A FlipKey verified reviewer (September 2012)
Peace and quiet, privacy, excellent walking country, lovely dogs everywhere. Ms Stephens from London (July 2012)
Perfect position. Felt peaceful and quiet yet only 5 minutes walk to the village and pub. Near many localities perfect for a visit: Chatsworth, Eyam, Bakewell etc. Owners welcoming and friendly put myself and two dogs at ease straight away. Cottage very small but full of character so was not a problem. Mrs Lewis from Blackburn (July 2012)
Friendly welcome by the owners. Dog friendly, quiet and peaceful setting. Location only a few miles from our favourite Peak District locations. Ms Scott from Nottingham (July 2012)
Very good little (and I mean little!) cottage with helpful owners based next door. Seating not overly comfortable for people who suffer with bad backs but satisfactory. Bed was lovely though! Beautiful views from front of cottage across some lovely countryside. Have to be very careful of steep staircase but once you get the knack of coming down backwards all is ok. Would certainly recommend for a fit couple of people. Our dog certainly enjoyed the locale. A FlipKey verified reviewer (March 2012)
The views from the cottage were spectacular and the woodburner was very efficient. Nice touch from the owners with milk and jams in the fridge and a tray of sweets. Maximum use of available space in the cottage. The bed was lovely and comfy. Mrs Sullivan from Bourne (December 2011)
A lovely cottage in a lovely setting. A very cosy, comfortable cottage. Also, the owners were very pleasant and helpful. We would visit this cottage again in the future. We had a pleasant meal in the pub down in the village, all in all a lovely weekend. Mrs Duncan from Liverpool (November 2011)
The cottage was very cosy with excellent views. Great walks from the door. It seemed remote yet pub was only 5 minutes walk down the track. There were also little treats to greet us, such as homemade jam, marmalade and chocolates. Plenty of fuel provided for the woodburner and our dog was made very welcome. Mrs Barnes from Melton Constable (October 2011)
The wonderful welcome from the owners and the little extra touches - milk in the fridge, tea bags and coffee, home made jam and a dish of sweets - and the cottage feels like home from home. For a relatively small cottage it really does have every amenity and more. Mr & Mrs James from Wimborne (September 2011)
Fantastic location, friendly owners and very peaceful! Mr Bonwick from Taunton (August 2011)
The view from the conservatory was stunning and to have breakfast here was an absolute treat! The Bulls Head pub was very dog friendly with good food, and the Barrel Inn was lovely. An excellent holiday! Mr Leonardi from Gillingham (August 2011)
Small cottage on the edge of the village -peaceful location and splendid views. Superb countryside. Mr Hewitt from Chichester (July 2011)
Nice and secluded, central to all we wanted to do and nice sitting out area with terrific views. Mr Clay from Bradford (June 2011)
My husband and i wanted to get away to celebrate our 33rd wedding anniversary and we couldn't have found anywhere more perfect! we knew from the description the cottege was going to be small but we were both taken back by how cute it is and how the owners had managed to fit it out so perfectly. The views are amazing, the local walks breathtaking and the local village very friendly. A FlipKey verified reviewer (May 2011)
The location of the property was excellent and both of our dogs were allowed. The view was outstanding and the owners friendly. Mr Topham from Huddersfield (April 2011)
Perfect little hideaway for 2 people. Very cosy and comfortable, local pub excellent and several others within easy driving distance. Nicely central for walking Stan (November 2010)
We booked this cottage pretty much at the last minute for a three-night break. We received a warm welcome, which included a dish of chocolates and milk in the fridge, along with some home-made jam and marmalade. Although very tiny and with a perilously steep wooden staircase, the cottage was very well-eqipped and thoughtfully laid out. Despite the cold nights and a fall of snow, the wood-burning stove kept us beautifully warm. There was a positive library of guides and maps, which told us all we needed to know about the area, and a real bonus was being able to walk directly from the front door without having to use the car. The view from the conservatory and from the bedroom is extensive and lovely. We felt that this cottage was one of the most charming and delightful places we have stayed in, and great care had been taken to provide for our comfort and relaxation. A FlipKey verified reviewer (April 2010)
A delightful cottage in an idyllic location. The accommodation was bijou, but there was everything we needed to make our stay really comfortable. The views from the cottage across the valley were fantastic. An ideal location for taking the dogs. Central for touring places of local interest - Castleton, Bakewell, Buxton, all within a short drive. Hope to return again soon. Highly recommended. A FlipKey verified reviewer (December 2009)
Absolutely fantastic. Couldn't be faulted. Can't wait to return. A FlipKey verified reviewer (December 2009)
A compact little cottage,made very welcome by the owners who live next door,ideal for those who enjoy walking,and when you return in the evening there is nothing better than sitting out side with a glass of wine enjoying the view and seeing thesun go down. A FlipKey verified reviewer (December 2009)
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