If you're after a short break, Smalldale 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
No need to wash-up - use the dishwasher
There is a DVD player
You have 1 bathrooms at Smalldale
Smalldale has an excellent standard throughout
Reviews of Smalldale
These are the reviews for Smalldale. There are 46 reviews.
This was our third holiday with Syke's three year's running and we cannot emphasize enough how easy it is to book a get away with Syke's Cottage's. ... Mr Hoult (November 2017)
These days for this cost WiFi should be available because of poor phone reception and even possibly Sky . Mr Gibson (June 2017)
Very comfortable, clean and well equipped. Also a stone's throw from a lovely pub. Mr Batty (April 2017)
Absolute joy to use Sykes cottages again. The information to get to the premises is accurate, beautiful location, everything we need was in walking distance (shop's and especially the pub). The cottage itself is very clean and well maintained and i would like to give a special mention to Julie Brown who look's after the property. We have been to this location 2 year's on the trot and we hope to return for many more visit's. Thank You Syke's Cottage's. Mr Hoult from Swadlincote (October 2016)
Lovely cottage and pub was closer than we thought! Mr Gee from Reading (October 2016)
The cottage was ideally located for walking and nearby attractions. It is very well furnished and comfortable. We liked the fact that it was very quiet and peaceful, at the same time close to essential amenities, allowing us to enjoy the beautiful countryside and get away from the urban madness. Mrs Bhide from London (July 2016)
We enjoyed the comfortable and quiet location. The cottage is perfect and would re-book next time. Mrs Cataldo from Hope Valley (July 2016)
A clean and comfy cottage in a quiet location that is close to the pub, shops and lots of places of interest to visit. Miss Caudwell from Swindon (May 2016)
The cottage was very clean, comfortable, well equipped, warm and quiet. Located in the centre of Smalldale, it was interesting to walk around and chat to locals. Shops, pubs and eateries were nearby. The key holder was very approachable and helpful. Mrs Marvin from Leicester (April 2016)
The cottage is always spotlessly clean and comfortable and it is in a lovely area. It is great for local shops, pubs, walks and visitor attractions and The locals are always friendly too. Mrs Gibson from Chester (April 2016)
Excellent walking from the door. Quiet property in peaceful village with good amenities. Well serviced cottage, warm and cosy, with plenty of space. Mr Whitham from Edinburgh (October 2015)
The cottage was spotless when we arrived. There was plenty of information regarding who to get in touch with in case of problems and also places to visit. It was in a good position for visiting places of interest in the Peak District. Mrs Finnigan from Kirkliston (June 2015)
Smalldale is always a pleasure to visit. The lady who looks after the property should be commended for the cleanliness of the property. The people of Bradwell are always pleasant and have time for a chat, as do the local shopkeepers. The property is in a great village location - you are never very far from anywhere. Mrs Gibson from Chester (June 2015)
Our first stay in the Peak District. Absolutely loved it and found this wonderful cottage just erfect for our needs in terms of accommodation and location. Very well equipped, loved the extras of DVDs and CDs catering for all ages. Bedrooms very comfortable and lounge especially so. When we come back we will definitely stay here again. If we had one minor issue ? Sort the toliet flush out but this did not distract from a great stay. Deuce-n-in (January 2015)
The location of the property was great and our host was helpful. We liked the the warmth of the cottage, the local pub, which served superb food, the friendliness of the locals, the scenery, and the local walks. Mrs Sutton from Eastbourne (October 2014)
The cottage was spacious and comfortable Mr Hemington from Exeter (September 2014)
The cottage was very warm and comfortable and had everything we could have wished for. It was spotlessly clean and in the most fabulous area, with lots to do all around. Mrs Boorman from Nr Sandwich (September 2014)
Excellent communication with the key holder. Cottage is always spotlessly clean, love the area, the friendly locals and it had excellent walks from the cottage door. Mrs Gibson from Chester (June 2014)
Perfect location for exploring the Peak District. Mr Field from Braunton (May 2014)
Beautifully maintained and equipped cottage - warm and cosy with the open fire in the sitting room as a bonus. Bradwell is a great village because it has shops, pubs and buses, but does not rely on tourism alone so it feels like a real village. Everyone says hello which makes you feel welcome. We have stayed in this cottage before, and love the choice of walks straight from the door. Mrs Stokes from Norwich (February 2014)
The property is always very well maintained and very clean. The property contact is always very helpful. It is close to all village amenities and a good bus service if you don't want to drive. Mrs Gibson from Chester (December 2013)
The cottage was in a lovely location with many walks from the front door. It was very cosy, with everything you could wish for to make a relaxing stay. Convenient bus service to surrounding villages. Perfect for re-charging the batteries. Mrs Taylor from Mexborough (November 2013)
Lovely, quiet location. High standard of cleanliness and furnishings. Mrs Thomas from Ramsgate (October 2013)
Very well-equipped cottage with everything you could need for a really relaxing holiday. Cottage is in a great position with plenty of walks from the door, and a range of pubs in the village serving good food when you are hungry from the walking! Mrs Stokes from Norwich (October 2013)
All home comforts were there, and all rooms were spotlessly clean and nicely presented. Easy access to some of the finest parts of Peak District without being too touristy. We all had a lovely time. Mrs Simmons from Bedford (August 2013)
The cottage was very comfortable and clean. The area was splendid with lots to do. Village amenities were very local and the pub around the corner was excellent. Mrs Lambert from Thetford (July 2013)
A charming, well maintained property, with all home comforts. Mrs Davis from Sutton Coldfield (June 2013)
The welcome pack was a lovely idea - coffee and wine. The property was very clean and tidy and very comfortable. Close to all amenities. Locals are always friendly. Excellent meal in the Bowling Green pub. Mrs Gibson from Chester (May 2013)
We've just returned home from a week at 3 Ingleside Cottages, Bradwell. We booked the cottage to visit family in Sheffield and celebrate our Grandson's 2nd birthday. You park your car a metre from the front door of the cottage, and further public parking is on-hand just 20 metres away (outside the Bowling Green Inn) if your party has more than one car. The cottage was spotlessly clean on arrival. The sitting room is very comfortable with an open fire (if you need it). The TV is not the most modern, and could do with an upgrade to a flat-screen, but there's a good choice of channels (on Freeview). We found the kitchen/diner equipped with everything we needed. However, the table and four chairs have to be "opened-up" from a compact cluster arrangement before you can use them, and the chairs aren't all that comfortable. The bathroom is very modern and has a bath and shower (a lovely shower). The bath isn't full size, so you might only be able to sit up in it, rather than stretch out. Two good-sized bedrooms ... comfy beds, large wardrobes and plenty of drawer space. We found Housekeeper, Julie, very helpful and obliging, She'd left us a note for us to contact her on arrival because of an issue she'd identified with one of the radiators, and then came round immediately we phoned her to sort it out. The "Bowling Green Inn", almost next door to the cottage, offers a selection of real ales and serves up truly delicious pub-grub. We highly recommend it, and you can enjoy superb views across the Hope Valley from their restaurant as you tuck-in. CreweAlexForever (April 2013)
Excellent cottage. Great location, perfect mix of traditional and modern. Mr Noblett from Altrincham (December 2012)
Booked this cottage at the last minute for us. We have stayed in Bradwell before but not at this cottage. Great Location for shops, inc. Co-op, hairdressers, bread shop and post office. The cottage had plenty of room and was very comfortable - very easy to relax in. Small private garden at the rear - very pleasant! Plenty of room in cottage and well stocked with items. Yards from local pub - recommend Quiz night for a good laugh. Parking outside cottage. Hike up the hill and across the fields to Castleton for good exercise! We would recommend this property and will be booking again! A FlipKey verified reviewer (September 2012)
We had a lovely time at the cottage which was very clean and comfortable. We loved Bradwell which we found to be very friendly and welcoming including the pub 3 doors down. We were ideally placed for some beautiful walks and would certainly recommend the cottage and area to others. Mrs Barford from Colchester (August 2012)
A good setting next to a good pub with food. Near to Bakewell and many walks. Hardwick Hall a must. We have booked for next year, our third visit. Mr Vaughan-Hodkinson from Warrington (May 2012)
Bradwell is the prettiest and most authentic of the Hope Valley villages. Locals are also very friendly. This cottage is practical and comfortable. Ms Knowles from Brighton (April 2012)
Nice clean comfortable cottage with an excellent location for walking, travelling and sightseeing around Derbyshire. Located within walking distance of several public houses that also served meals. Mrs Bridge from Chorley (March 2012)
Lovely cottage in a great location. Very comfortable and all mod cons available. Mrs Perrie from Altrincham (February 2012)
The cottage was warm and cosy when we arrived after a long cold drive. The quality of the cottage was superb and we had an excellent holiday. Lots of walking in the cold, then back to the warm house with a real fire. So many places to visit and things to see in the area - we will be back. Mrs Stokes from Norwich (February 2012)
A delightful, well appointed comfotable cottage, as above, which was warm and cosy and in an excellent position. The Bowling Green pub next door was very welcoming and had excellent food and beers. so the whole weekend was great. We tried to book it again in May, but it had gone! We will try October! A FlipKey verified reviewer (January 2012)
The location and set-up of the property. Its proximity to the excellent pub, the Bowling Green. The parking right outside. The warm and cosy nature of the place, and the arrangements for us to collect the keys etc. We would love to rent Smalldale again. Dr Zilkha from Taunton (November 2011)
The cottage was very quiet, clean and comfortable. It is in a good situation for walking and visiting places of interest. Local bakery is excellent for rolls and beautiful ham. Mrs Allen from Barnstaple (April 2011)
Great weather, fabulous scenery, interesting places to visit and a lovely, cosy cottage to return to each evening. It was a real bonus not to have take lots of bedding, towels, etc with us and to find the cottage really lived up to the description given and had absolutely everything we needed. Mrs Cardus from Falmouth (April 2011)
Great base for the things we wanted to do. Great views out of the window. We had marvelous weather so did lots of walking and even pony trekking. All on the doorstep. Mrs Harrison from Wirral (April 2011)
A good quality cottage in an excellent location. Mr Osborne from Andover (March 2011)
Cosy cottage with good facilities. Lots to do in the immediate area. Mr Talbot from Sevenoaks (March 2011)
Loved the cottage, although the weather was freezing the cottage was lovely and warm. Very well maintained and what looked liked just re-redoecorated bedrooms and bathrooms. The stairs are steep, so if you have small children you might want to bring a stair gate. Spoke to the owner over the phone, he was very helpful and they even left us a bottle of win and coffee as a welcome. Thoroughly recommended. The Stephensons (December 2009)
I could quite happily have moved into this cottage and never moved out again! Lovely cottagey feel, lounge was really comfy and the new modern kitchen provided everything we needed. Bathroom was new and well designed. Bedrooms were cosy and homely. The garden was a suntrap, but we had to keep a watch over the dog due to the quite high drop at the grass edge. Would probably not be safe for small children unless a small fence were erected next to the ledge. My husband and I did not have a problem with the steep stairs up to the bedrooms, but my mum struggled with the steepness of them - not ideal if you need to go downstairs to the loo in the middle of the night! Again, these would be unsafe for small children (I believe this was pointed out in the brochure, but as we don't have small children, it wasnt really an issue to us - I would not choose this property if I were to bring my small grandchildren) The location is perfect - plenty of walks and convenient for driving to places of interest. The service we received from Sykes holidays - as previously when we went to a property in Yorkshire a couple of years previously - was faultless. Nothing is too much trouble and the staff at Sykes are friendly and helpful. I would definitely recommend Sykes as a company, and the properties that we have stayed in. Karen (December 2009)
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