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Cosy beamed front room with coal effect gas fire and wall lights. Two double sofas with 2-chaired table. Cupboard with board games, puzzles & Lego. Plus lots of local information, walk descriptions & Ordnance Survey maps. FREE Wi-fi, books & magazines to read, CD player, but no TV.

Back Garden

Generous enclosed garden with patio, lawn and flower borders. Well enclosed for dogs, with a good degree of privacy. South facing. Shed with patio chairs, bbq and spare wellies.

Kitchen Diner

Is bright and leads into the back garden. There is all you need to cook, including microwave and toaster, tea, coffee and other essentials. Plenty of cutlery, crockery, pots and pans. Has a washing machine.

Front Bedroom

Large master bedroom with double bed, wardrobe, 2 chest of drawers and sofa. Overlooking fields and Crich Stand.

Back Bedroom

Light and spacious room with double bed, inbuilt wardrobe, chest of drawers. Very quiet, overlooking the back gardens and fields.

Downstairs Bathroom

Newly refurbished shower room with sink unit, toilet, large shower cubicle and towel radiator.

Crich Village Information

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The cottage is ideally situated for a walking holiday with several public footpaths in the area and beautiful hills, quarries, woods and rivers around, offering a wide variety of walks from the doorstep. The village of Crich has all one needs with a traditional butcher, a renowned bakery/tearoom, a convenience shop and a tearoom by The Stand, three pubs, an Indian restaurant and post office (and even a hairdresser/beauty salon). You do not need to get in the car at all when you stay here! To get to the shops turn right out of the door, walk to the stone cross and turn right to walk to the village centre downhill.

Crich is very picturesque and it featured for many years in the television series Peak Practice as the village of Cardale.

Crich Stand (seen from the front of the house) is a war memorial on top of the hill. It is the highest point in the area and so there are wonderful views over the surrounding area and a good start point for further walks.

National Tramway Museum

Crich is famous for its National Tramway Museum, which in spring and summer regularly has themed days where the whole museum turns the clock back to a certain period in history with lots of people in period dress, music, cars and entertainment of the era. Turn left out of the door and follow the road around left corner to see the museum on the right (and the Cliff Inn a few yards further on the right).

Our "Morning Glory" cottage is also ideally located for exploring the (south eastern) Peak district with Cromford and Matlock Bath and all its entertainments only 15min away. The village of Bakewell, Eyam, Ilam and historical properties like Chatsworth House, Hardwick Hall, Bolsover Castle and many more are all within easy driving distance.

Cottage Rentals


16/04/2017 - 01/07/2017


02/07/2017 - 03/09/2017


04/09/2017 - 29/09/2017


22/12/2017 - 05/01/2018


03/01/2017- 15/04/2017 | 06/01/2017- 15/04/2017



Payable by bank transfer on booking or 3 weeks prior to stay. Cancellations up to 3 weeks before the stay are refundable in full.
Cancellations after this period will incur a £100 charge.
You can book by contacting me or through the Owners Direct website (Click Here) which has a guarantee, but they do charge an additional booking fee.

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Contact: Annick Sackx

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Call : 07940-911315 (Please leave me an ansaphone message & I'll happily call you back.)

Correspondence Address

C\O: 52 Church Road, Saxilby,

Lincoln, LN1 2HJ.