If you're after a short break, Ivy 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
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
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Reviews of Ivy Cottage
These are the reviews for Ivy Cottage. There are 58 reviews.
This cottage is perfect for a couple looking to stay in a quiet friendly village with friendly helpful cottage owners. Lovely location, lovely cottage and amazing walks. Mrs Halcrow (June 2017)
Everything was perfect from start to finish Mr Stokes (May 2017)
Good location, central for visiting all areas of the beautiful Peak District. Cottage was so cosy. Lots to see and do. Booking holiday was so simple. Mrs Utley (March 2017)
Extremely well equipped cottage with everything we needed and more for a winters week away.. Easy to follow booking site filled us with confidence that the booking would meet our requirements, and it did. Seventh Sykes booking Thank you. Mrs Speed (January 2017)
Excellent cottage with everything we needed for the week. Warm and cosy with Freeview TV and WiFi. Easy walk to local pubs and bus services, Horse and Jockey food recommended. Great area for short drive to all walking areas, recommend Kinder Scout circuit from Hayfield. Weather was very kind to us, a bonus in October! Mr Green from Grimsby (October 2016)
Ivy cottage was clean and comfortable. There is ample private parking at the cottage. Tideswell is a nice friendly village with good eating places and shops. There is lots to see and do without travelling too far. Mrs Walls from Otley (July 2016)
The view from the bedroom window was a great start to the day. The cottage is well maintained and cosy and the surrounding area is great for exploring. Mr Butterwick from Lutterworth (June 2016)
This is a lovely cottage in a great location for exploring the Peak District. It is warm and comfy and so many places to visit are within easy reach. I shall be back ast2 (November 2015)
We felt comfortable and instantly at home. The view at the front is so beautiful. Lots of crockery and cutlery and glass. The open fire was laid ready for us. We will be back. Mrs Campbell from Kingswinford (October 2015)
Cottage was superb. Clean, warm and comfortable. Stunning views and a very enjoyable stay. In all, an outstanding holiday in a beautiful area. Mr Goodman from Ipswich (September 2015)
Ivy Cottage was very clean, cosy and was comfortable with lovely views from the front. The owner was helpful and friendly and we liked the scenery/walks in the area. Mrs Norcross from Hastings (August 2015)
Very nice cottage, walking distance to local shops, cafes and pubs. Very comfortable and warm with good facilities. Lovely outside decking space in good weather. Loads to do in the area. annecroxford (August 2015)
Ivy Cottage is perfect for three people- comfortable, cosy and clean with a beautiful view from the living/dining room and a decked area with a table and chairs at the front of the property. The cottage is situated at the top of a pretty lane in an elevated position. It is well equipped and contained all we needed for our week's stay. The Village itself is interesting and has a good choice of pubs serving food and cafes for coffee and cake in addition to a grocery store, butcher, baker and post office. The little craft shop has a wide range of beautifully made items and you are free to browse. There are many places to visit in the area without driving great distances eg. Buxton, the village of Eyam (rhymes with 'team') which has a fascinating history and a museum (Very reasonable entrance fee) telling it's story , Chatsworth House and Ilam Park. The countryside is beautiful with it's rolling hills dotted with sheep and cows and the abundance of pretty cottages with their colourful gardens a delight. Maggie G (August 2015)
We found the location and the property excellent with lovely views. A very quite area with a short walk to the village. We had a very relaxing holiday. Mr Gosnold from Canvey Island (July 2015)
A really lovely cottage in a beautiful area; It felt like a home from home. Mrs Croxford from London (July 2015)
Well equipped and peaceful Cottage in a good location. Mrs Knight from Brighton (July 2015)
A wonderfully converted cottage in a beautiful area. Everything was to hand in the property and it was a comfortable place to stay. Had friendly & helpful neighbours and a friendly and helpful owner - ideal in every respect! Dr Foster from Falkirk (June 2015)
Ivy Cottage was a really cosy, comfortable and well-equipped property. The location was beautiful and also very peaceful. The owners were helpful and friendly. We couldn't recommend it highly enough. Mrs Roberts from Bury (May 2015)
Loved everything; the cottage, area and amount of things to do. Mrs Leggott from Bradford (May 2015)
Great location, fantastic value. Really helpful and supportive owners. Easy parking. Mrs Clifton from Ilford (March 2015)
This is a spacious, comfortable and cosy cottage. It is well equipped, the beds are comfortable and was great having 2 sofa's so we could have one each. There are a couple of good cafe's in the village serving lovely afternoon teas. I would recommend this cottage. Jacqui D (March 2015)
The cottage was perfect for the two of us, it was warm and cosy with all the facilities expected. It is well situated in a lovely village with shops, friendly pubs and cafes all to hand. It was very well situated for the Peak District generally with access to lots of hill waking. Mr Partridge from King'S Lynn (February 2015)
This is a lovely, well equipped, cosy and warm cottage perfect for that getaway feeling. It is located at the end of a quiet lane with a gorgeous view of the country hills. Thanks to the neighbours efforts there are plenty of birds visiting the forecourt which only enhances the idyllic surroundings. There are plenty of sign-posted walks from the village or within a short driving distance and basic provisions can be bought from the local co-operative store. There are a couple of local cafes, pubs and a fresh fruit and veg store within easy walking distance of the property. The cottage and village of Tideswell are well worth a visit. Ms Davies from Hebden Bridge (November 2014)
A very pleasant and well equipped cottage. Much enjoyed with access to beautiful walks nearby. Mrs Fildes from Cockermouth (July 2014)
Lovely cottage, idyllic situation, wish we had booked a fortnight.. Mr Owens from Dunstable (June 2014)
The owners were extremely friendly . The views and bird feeders were lovely. Mr Bridges from Blackpool (May 2014)
Great location, close enough to walk to all of the village amenities, including pubs, shop, bakers, butchers, chip shop and post office. Very well equipped kitchen, nice view, lovely and warm. Would definitely stay here again. Miss Clough from Chelmsford (April 2014)
I spent two nights of the full week in this wonderful little place. My partner spent seven nights there working hard to get a writing project completed. The place is absolutely ideal for this. The cottage is really quiet with views over the fields opposite and the sunset. There is even a large decked area for breakfasting outside in summer. It was really warm inside while both of us were there (the heating never entirely went off, but regulated itself automatically over the whole day!) There was everything we could have wished for in February, log fire, fully fitted kitchen so we didn't have to venture out into the worst winter in a long time, warm and comfortable beds and a nicely appointed bathroom. The furniture downstairs was not new but fitted the ambience of the cottage perfectly and was in good condition. The house is carpeted everywhere except the kitchen and this made for a comfortable, draught-free stay. While there I met the owner of the cottage twice, and Ken seemed to be a very practical and affable person with a full working knowledge of the property. During our stay everything supplied worked perfectly, even the radio piped into the bathroom! Cybermouse (February 2014)
I stayed in Ivy Cottage over Christmas and couldn't have asked for a nicer place to have a rest from work and relax. It's ideally situated for lovely walks in the Peak District and the village shops kept me well stocked with fresh local produce. The cottage is well proportioned and has the added bonus of an open fire in the sitting room, although I never used it because I was very cosy with the central heating which was easy to adjust as necessary. I chose to use the smaller bedroom which had a very comfy bed that meant I had my best nights of sleep in ages. Ken, the owner, was very nice and couldn't have been more helpful. Thanks x SJHughes2014 (January 2014)
The cottage was lovely. There were lots of bird tables and feeders outside the sitting room window which was nice. It is in a very quiet location, there is no traffic or people walking passed; which made it very relaxing. It is in a great central location for exploring the surrounding countryside and places of local interest. Miss Hughes from Buxton (December 2013)
Returned for the same weekend as last year for my Grandaughter's concert in the local church. Planning to return next year and I think that says everything about the property. Mrs Allison from Burnley (December 2013)
Great Cottage, every convenience that really made the holiday. Excellent mini library with books of the local area. Warm, cosy and inviting after a day walking in hills and Dales. Mr Patterson from Billingham (September 2013)
The cottage was comfortable and warm. The location was interesting, the locals welcoming, and the area clean and central. Mr Bunday from Eastleigh (September 2013)
Very quiet property, good location, the owner was very friendly. I would recommend to a friend. Mr Hook from Thornton Heath (June 2013)
The cottage was in a lovely position and was very relaxing which we definitely needed. Mr Martin from Bristol (June 2013)
Lovely cottage in beautiful setting. Very relaxing. Would definitely recommend Ivy cottage for a peaceful break. Mrs Bell from Liverpool (June 2013)
The cottage was first class, felt like a home-from-home. We look forward to booking again. Stunning countryside and very friendly locals. Lovely walks and pubs, a great relaxing holiday away from it all. Mr Shepherd from Gillingham (February 2013)
Very enjoyable stay. The cottage was really lovely and cosy - nice that the Owner popped by to ask if everything was ok. Shops only 5 minutes away ,the couple of pubs we had a drink in were cosy and the people were friendly would definitely return and recommend to friends. Mrs Ollis from Scarborough (December 2012)
Lovely cottage, everything thought of. Pretty outlook and a handy position. Mrs Abbott from Nuneaton (October 2012)
The cottage was very well equipped and had everything you needed. Plenty of books, music and information of surrounding areas available. It was a short walk into the village where you could get your newspaper, visit the bank or even go to the hairdressers without an appointment. Tideswell is certainly well able to cover all your needs - even Wifi was available in the library. Would certainly recommend the cottage to anyone who wanted a quiet and peaceful location. Ali & David Neaves (September 2012)
Tideswell is a very nice traditional village with a few pubs and some small shops. The area (Derbyshire Peaks) is beautiful and not crowded. Plenty of day trips within easy reach of the cottage. It's an excellent area for walking. Friendly neighbours at the cottage. Last but not least we had a week of lovely dry weather after a month or two of rain - a miracle?! Mr Kidley from London (July 2012)
A good location for the peak district. The cottage is very well kept with everything one would need, and has lovely views. Mr Wright from London (July 2012)
Well equipped and comfortable cottage in a nice position. Mrs Ford from Teddington (June 2012)
Very peaceful and quiet. The village of Tideswell had everything you needed for self catering. The area around Tideswell is very well worth visiting - lots of places of interest and wonderful scenery. Mr Neaves from Huntingdon (May 2012)
The cottage was a really good base for our holiday, well equipped and very clean. Overall, we were very happy with it. Mrs Mann from Fakenham (April 2012)
A lovely, peaceful cottage with an amazing view over fields. The open fire was wonderful, we really enjoyed toasting marshmallows on it. It was a god send when we had snow! Miss Carver from Stanford-Le-Hope (April 2012)
This was a great cottage, well-kitted out with log fire for colder Winter or Spring nights. Ideally situated near all popular towns and walks this was a perfect base for out family Gordon M (April 2012)
Comfortable cottage and very convenient for Tideswell. Great area for walking. Good bike hire on Monsail Trail nearby at Blackwell Mill. Mrs Corrall from Gravesend (October 2011)
Great location with wonderful views. Cottage had everything that was needed and felt like a home. Mr Radford from Witney (October 2011)
Ivy cottage is in a lovely location in s beautiful village. The amenities in the cottage are excellentand the owners very welcoming. There were plenty of places to visit in nearby towns and villages and Tideswell itself is a perfect place to spend some time. A FlipKey verified reviewer (September 2011)
It's really good to get away from traffic noise and hassle, with minimum disturbance, well sheep and birds doesn't really count I guess! Recommend it highly if asked. A FlipKey verified reviewer (September 2011)
We had an amazing holiday at a great cottage in a picturesque location! We had to make use of the open fire in August, but it was deserved after the amazing walks in the Peaks. We liked the Hi-Fi and speakers in the bathroom. We can recommend the cottage, and the beer at the Red Lion in Litton. Mr Stephenson from Nottingham (August 2011)
We would have no hesitation in recommending the cottage to our friends. An ideal Centre for exploring the surrounding area. ROD & ROSE WILLOUGHBY (August 2011)
It was a very good week in a lovely location and good to be away from traffic noises! Also very nice views. Mr Millar from Bristol (July 2011)
The cottage was well appointed with everything we could need, including speakers attached to the hi-fi in the bathroom ceiling. The lounge was a good size and very well furnished and lit. Mr Telford from London (July 2011)
Lovely location. Everything we needed was supplied. Outdoor seating area excellent with very good views. Miss Evans from Burntisland (July 2011)
A cosy cottage in an ideal location for exploring the surrounding area in The Peak District. Mr Willoughby from Evesham (June 2011)
This cottage is very well situated on the outskirts of Tideswell village. It is a small property, suitable for 3 adults, which is very pleasant and easy to run. Mrs Rodgers from Hexham (April 2011)
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Eyam - Bakewell Distance to Ivy Cottage from Bridge Cottage : 4 miles Sleeps 7 • Pub nearby • Off-road parking • Wi-Fi • Woodburning stove • Short breaks • Open fire • DVD player • Sleeps 7 show me more...
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