No need to leave the internet behind - Rosskeen has Wi-Fi
No extra charges for the fuel and power at this cottage
Available for short breaks
Get away for a short break in the winter
This cottage has the towels and linen included
This cottage has an open fire
Don't take dirty laundry home - use the washing machine at Rosskeen
Get some exercise with walks around Rosskeen
You have a dishwasher at Rosskeen
Watch some DVDs during your stay at Rosskeen
You have 1 bathrooms at Rosskeen
Rosskeen has an excellent standard throughout
Reviews of Rosskeen
The holiday cottage of "Rosskeen" can be found in Tideswell in Derbyshire. This cottage sleeps 6 people, and has 3 bedrooms. The cottage has the following accommodation: Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x second floor king-size double with TV and sloped ceiling, 1 x double with TV, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area and woodburner-effect gas fire. Sitting room with open fire. Gas central heating with gas fire and open fire. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, 3 x TVs with Freeview, DVDs, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs.
Rosskeen is a good size for a family holiday.
These are the reviews for Rosskeen. There are 21 reviews.
The location is excellent for exploring the Peak District. The house itself is clean and tidy. The kitchen was well stocked with all the right things you need for a week away. Mr Mitchell (April 2019)
Very well equipped with excellent wifi. Three roomy bedrooms and a cosy lounge. Kitchen has all you would need and the cottage is clean and well kept. The first floor double bed is a little hard but the attic bedroom is lovely and comfortable and surprisingly warm in winter. There was an issue with the television which was not a big deal for us at all but the owners insisted on replacing the TV and even sending an engineer when the new installation didn't work. Would definitely recommend. Mr Baker (February 2019)
Thanks to them. Mr Umpleby (December 2018)
The lounge was small and not homely with a sofa which did not support your back and a TV which was out of date many years ago. The DVD player did not work either. The carpet in the hallway was filthy and my wife scrubbed it and it is now cleaner than when we arrived. Many cobwebs in the house, left a few for the cleaner behind the curtain near the back door. Cost £1969 and not worth it. No issues with Tideswell a very pretty village. *****OWNER RESPONSE***** We are very sorry to hear these comments about our cottage. We were aware you were staying for 27 nights and invited you to contact us with any issues or questions. We therefore feel saddened that you didn't contact us at all while you were in the cottage. The cottage is extremely well equipped and, as we regularly stay there ourselves, we feel able to say from experience how it may work for guests. We did offer a cleaner for the house during your stay but this offer was declined: we did however provide you with fresh sheets so that you could change the beds if you so wished. It is expected that after one month in any property cobwebs will appear, this is natural. It is interesting to note we actually stayed in the cottage the week before you arrived and also stayed for the weekend after you left and so feel very well equipped to comment that the cottage was extremely clean.In relation to the other points you raise; we tested the DVD player: the switch was turned off at the plug on the extension lead and just needed to be turned on. The TV has a good picture and a Talk Talk box has been installed so that digital freeview channels can be viewed: This area of Derbyshire was one of the last to have the analogue signal switched off. We were surprised by your comments in relation to the lounge. It is a typical Derbyshire stone cottage which features a cosy lounge. We have ensured however that there is seating for six people. The sofas all have proper backs and you may not have noticed but the black sofa is a recent addition to the cottage (and is different from the small brown sofa pictured on the website and much more comfortable). The second sofa nearer the window is also comfortable and can in fact be made into a chaise longue with the addition of the footstool which adds a new dimension if so needed. The bedrooms are very spacious and the kitchen diner is a nice size. We have had many highly positive and lovely reviews with repeat bookings and therefore felt the need to respond particularly due to your insistence that your comments were published. However it has saddened us that you chose to air these views so publicly without giving us any opportunity to help you during your stay. ***** Mr Beddows (June 2018)
Just one thing that the bathroom door lock was not working - so basically you can't lock the door from inside. Mr Kochar (May 2018)
Front wall needs some attention, leaning towards road. Mr Holyman (April 2018)
Lovely walks from the door. Cosy and comfortable. We were very pleased by the response from the owner - and from Sykes - when we had to unexpectedly stay an extra night due to heavy snow. I would stay here again and recommend to friends. Ms Stevens (March 2018)
We'd stay again. Dr Kearney (February 2018)
The cottage was very good,the instructions inside were very helpful. Mrs Sweetman (April 2017)
Really good base for walking and local amenities were excellent. Mr Holme (March 2017)
Amenities in cottage good And very pretty Central village tideswell with pubs and co op and other small shops Mrs Bennett from Barnet (August 2016)
Perfect stay thank you, comfy, warm, nice facilities, everything you could ask for, apart from it rained nearly all week. Beautiful area and countryside. The only reason we wouldn't re-book is life's too short and the worlds to big to go to the same place twice! Shops are a bit rubbish in Tideswell, very small and basic Co-Op. Best fish and chips from Corner Chippy. Lovely walks everywhere. Would highly recommend!! Mr Hope from Malmesbury (August 2016)
Rosskeen was a comfortable and relaxing house to return to after our walks and excursions, and to spend time in when we stayed in. We would definitely stay there again when we return to the Peak District. Mrs Thomas from Bristol (September 2015)
Excellent holiday. Everything was stunning. The cottage was nice and clean including everything what you could imagine. The toilet,bathroom and kitchen were shiny. I can't say bad word about our holiday. I would recommend everyone to come and sped at least few days in Rosskeen cottage. Miss Skarupova from London (August 2015)
Beautiful cottage in the heart of the village, no shortage of anything , it was well stocked, very clean and well looked after. Cottage was only a short stroll to the pubs, shops and cafes, good walks were on the door step. Loved it! Tideswell is close to Buxton and Bakewell which gave us an opportunity to explore. Ms De Ste Croix from Portsmouth (June 2015)
The kitchen is perfect- very well kitted out with a lovely big table to sit around for meals or to play games Miss Blakey from London (May 2014)
We loved the cottage. It was clean, warm and very nicely 'done'. It suited our needs (6 on a 'girls' weekend') perfectly. It's really well situated for walks from the door and visiting Chatsworth. I would definitely return - next week if I could! Ms Bowcock from Todmorden (May 2014)
"Rosskeen" was a terrific, spacious yet cosy, immaculately clean, beautifully decorated, well-furnished holiday cottage very near the centre of Tideswell. The cottage had everything we needed, including beautiful bathroom and large eat-in kitchen, three spacious bedrooms, and a cosy lounge. The owners had thought of everything and there was information galore on the cottage, the village, and things to do in the area. Parking was no problem, either on the roadside outside the cottage or in the market square (no charge) a few feet from the cottage. Three pubs all serving food within a couple of minutes walk, as was Tideswell's beautiful Cathedral. We were lucky with terrific fresh spring weather and "Rosskeen" was a lovely, easy base from which to explore the beautiful Peak District countryside, and to return to in the evenings. Julie D (April 2014)
Rosskeen was a terrific, spacious yet cosy, immaculately clean, beautifully decorated, well-furnished holiday cottage very near the centre of Tideswell. The cottage had everything we needed, including a beautiful bathroom and large eat-in kitchen, three spacious bedrooms, and a cosy lounge. The owners had thought of everything and there was information galore on the cottage, the village and things to do in the area. Parking was no problem, either on the roadside outside the cottage or in the market square (no charge) a few feet from the cottage. Three pubs all serving food within a couple of minutes walk, as was Tideswell's beautiful Cathedral. We were lucky with terrific fresh spring weather and Rosskeen was a lovely, easy base from which to explore the beautiful Peak District countryside and to return to in the evenings. Dr Dickson from Kidlington (March 2014)
The village of Tideswell made a ideal base for a holiday with local shops and three pubs in the village, and great walks from the front door. The cottage was very well equipped for six adults, with plenty of room for everyone. Very comfortable stay. A FlipKey verified reviewer (March 2014)
The house was very well equipped and furnished - we felt like we were staying in someone's home rather than a holiday let. The location of the house in Tideswell was ideal as there were spectacular walks from the doorstep and good shops in the village. We didn't use our car at all! Mrs Greaney from Bristol (December 2013)
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