Sleeps 7 in 3 Bedrooms ◊ 2 Bathrooms + Cloakroom ◊ Log fire
Dogs Welcome ◊ Spacious accommodation
Youlgrave (or Youlgreave as the village is often called) is a pretty village with traditional old pubs and village stores, and was once the centre of the Derbyshire lead-mining industry. Nearby Bakewell is also extremely popular with visitors and offers a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants as well as a frequent local market.
Church Corner Cottage is a 17th century Grade II listed stone built terraced cottage situated at the very heart of the delightful village of Youlgrave, overlooking the historic church of All Saints. Centrally located in a beautiful part of the Peak District National Park, this is an ideal location for exploring on foot with lovely walks from the doorstep, or riding a bike through the many quiet lanes and footpaths of the area. This cottage has been lovingly renovated to maintain the character but we have added some 21st century luxury.
Church Corner Cottage is full of charm and character with original features throughout and spacious accommodation including:
- Large cosy sitting room with cosy log burning stove, Colour TV with Freesat HD, blu-ray DVD & Stereo CD/Radio
- Spacious dining room to sit eight
- Sleeps 7 in 3 bedrooms, 2 doubles, one with en-suite shower room, WC & Basin plus a third family room (1 double & 1 single bed)
- Large family bathroom upstairs with power shower over bath
- Downstairs cloakroom with additional WC & Basin
- Fully fitted kitchen including a Rayburn cooker, combination oven (oven, microwave & grill), fridge & freezer, dishwasher, and washer / dryer
- Gas Central heating, all fuel and power included
- Bed linen and towels included
- 'Phone for incoming and emergency calls
- Free Wifi available
- Cot and highchair available on request
- Well behaved pets welcome at no extra charge
- Quiet garden with furniture to the rear, ideal for sitting out and enjoying a barbeque
- Parking on the street outside cottage
The Cottage is available for flexible bookings throughout the year.
We look after our cottages and our guests personally and are on-call throughout your stay should you need any help or advice.
We offer flexible holidays all year round - book the length of holiday you want, starting on the day you prefer. Prices shown are for 7 and 3-day bookings. Please call us for prices for other lengths of holiday. We do not apply booking fees, charge for paying with a credit card, compulsory insurance or any other hidden charges. Please read our Booking conditions
Our simple 3 step process
- Book without forms
Choose your holiday and contact us to finalise your booking. No booking forms to fill out, we will do all the paperwork. We will contact you when your payments are due, so don’t worry about forgetting a payment.
- We'll meet you at the cottage
We will contact you a few days before you arrive to understand your travel plans, so we can ensure we are there when you arrive. We will meet you at the cottage to show you around, make sure you know how everything works, answer any queries you may have, and give you the keys.
- Enjoy !
Relax & enjoy your holiday ! But if there are any problems or you want some information about the Peak District we have a 24 hour guest support line.
Surrounded by stunning countryside, the ancient village of Youlgrave winds its way along a narrow limestone shelf, situated between two of the area's loveliest valleys - Lathkill Dale to the north and Bradford Dale to the south.
Once the centre of Derbyshire's lead-mining industry, this charming village now plays home to 3 pubs, all serving food, 3 shops, garage and a delightful medieval church. All Saints Parish Church with its 15th century square tower, reputedly the finest in Derbyshire, dominates the Main Street, which seems to shrink in awe of its mighty shadow. Known locally as 'pommy' (or pommie!) - a reference to the local silver band and the 'pom pom pom' playing in the early days, the village is also renowned for its well dressing. The village of Youlgrave has more reason than others in Derbyshire to give thanks for water by celebrating welldressing as we have our very own water supply which has never let us down.
The attractive market town of Bakewell is nearby and offers a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a frequent Monday street market, and monthly farmers market. With the whole of the Peak District National Park on the doorstep, many stately homes to visit including Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Hardwick Hall as well. For walkers and cyclists, their are numerous routes directly form the door and easy access to the trails.
- Major Towns:
- Bakewell 3 miles, Buxton 14 miles, Matlock 13 miles, Ashbourne 15 miles
- Village Shops:
- Peak Feast: Bakery and local produce
- Hollands: Deli, General store & tea room
- Parkers: Post-office & General store
- Village Pubs:
- The George
- The Bulls Head
- Farmyard Inn
- Youlgrave Garage: Fuel, repairs & parts
- Doctors surgery
Beautiful cottage, delightful neighbours, we shall return. Thank You, Thank You, Thank you !
Thank you for making us feel at home in this wonderful cottage.
Richard, Janet, Tom & Oscar, Knebworth
A beautiful cottage with everything you need and plenty of it! Beautiful views and friendly people. Will recommend to everyone.
Samuels family, Milton Keynes
We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay in your lovely cottage. We had everything we needed (thanks for the welcome pack) for a perfect break.
Paul & Babs, Norfolk
Fantastic attention to detail throughout including a fresh pint of milk and beautifully decorated rooms.
Girls from Leeds, Stafford, London, Suffolk, Nottingham & Essex
Lots to see and do in the area.
Moat Family, London
The cottage is beautiful and catered for our every need. We’ve had a great time. The babies loved it too! Thanks
Grayson family and friends, Glasgow, Leeds & Trowbridge
One of the best holiday cottages we have ever stayed in, beautifully clean and presented, with lots of little touches to make everyone feel at home. Well done to you! Look forward to seeing your others.
The McDowalls & Evans, Preston & Welshpool
Lovely cottage with everything you could wish for. Beautiful walking countryside.
Janet, Lucy, Tony & Andrew, Suffolk
Wonderful weekend – too short – we want to return for longer. Lovely cottage, extremely comfortable.
Sue & Ian, Lancashire
It was really nice, the rooms were huge! The cottage is really homely and I would definitely want to come back.
Turner Family, Surrey