Cottage Features

  • Also known as Pennine Cottage
  • Ashbourne Self Catering
  • Master double gallery bedroom.
  • Twin Bedroom.
  • Single Bedroom – Additional folding bed
  • Open plan lounge
  • TV, Video, Freesat, (Freeview via satellite) and DVD.
  • Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher and dining table.
  • Bathroom with shower over the bath, sink & WC.
  • Separate WC
  • Garden with patio & picnic table.
  • Use of the additional bed only available with direct bookings
  • Wi-Fi now available in all cottages.

Property Description

Located in the southernmost tip of the Peak District National Park, the Oak Holiday Cottage offers an excellent accommodation option for those who feel the need to spend some time in the beautiful Derbyshire countryside. With a totally unique construction flavour, Oak cottage will appeal to those with a love of all things Gothic. The cottage itself is a renovated farm structure that has been converted into a luxury self catering option as a part of the Paddock House Farm Holiday cottage complex. The master bedroom offers a breathtaking view across the Manifold valley and the large church style windows are a treat to behold. As with the rest of the Paddock House Farm Holiday Cottage family, the Oak cottage has a fully equipped kitchen, a luxury lounge with all the media options you’ll need for a short but eventful break in the Derbyshire countryside. The second bedroom has twin beds and has ample storage space as does the master option. There is a bathroom with shower over the bath and toilet, the additional separate WC allows for added privacy and convenience this cottage would suit a small family or two couples with room to spare. As part of the Ashbourne’s self catering cottage group, you will be centrally located to enjoy a huge amount of nearby activities and attractions as diverse as the West Midlands Safari Park and Alton Towers. There is also plenty of cycling, walking and abseiling options thrown into the mix and the farmers market and countryside pubs are also there for those a little longer in the tooth. This accommodation is available all year round and would appeal to anyone who needs to be reminded of why this part of the Peak District National park is so revered. You can also combine your stay at Hazel Cottage with the other five Paddock House Farm Holiday Cottages and they’ll accommodate a total of 40 guests for a group break that you’ll never forget.

Oak Cottage is also known as Pennine Cottage via an agency

What Our Guests Say

  • I just keep coming back, My favorite cottage, Nearly stayed in them all but this is the best. See you in May or June. Mr & Mrs Whatton.
  • Just a quick note to tell you how much we enjoyed our stay at the cottages. I will certainly recommend them to our friends. Lyn Archer.
  • Lovely Holiday Cottage – Wonderful walks – breathtaking seenery – Total peace!! – Gone home with batteries re-charged. We will be back. Mr & Mrs Griffin
  • Lovely well equipted cottage. Ideal for walking and sight seeing. Comfortable if the weather is bad. Well situated for access to many local attractions. Very enjoyable stay and we will recomend to our friends and family.Mr Lawford
  • Gorgeous Cottage, Surroundings absoltely breathtaking. Many thanks. Lindsay & Duncan
  • Fantastic Views in a wonderful Cottages. Weve had a lovely week. The Hobbs
  • One of the best secrets in the UK, But not for long. Perfect Holiday. Derick
  • Had a fantastic week in Oak Holiday Cottage, Clean, Tidy and smelt fresh in all the rooms. All you need is provided. Thank you for a great Holiday Emma
  • The cottage is beatiful & seperbly equipped. The surroundins are utterly lovely. We had a wonderful time here. Thanks. Wills family
  • Perfect Cottage for my family, The layout is just spot on for a family of 4 or 5. Mum & Dad upstairs in the amazing Gallery bedroom. The kids in the twin and Single bedroom far enough out the way for privacy but close enough to hear if any problems. The views are fantastic. Booking form for August on its way. Thank you for a great stay. Mr & Mrs T Baker.