Clarice - Middle of three cottages
3rd September 2021
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Everything we could wish for was provided. Appreciated the welcome basket. Would recommend cottage for a peaceful away from it all holiday. Good walking and beautiful countryside.
13th August 2021
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Very comfortable, in a good location. Farm location out of the village. Very quiet. Well appointed with everything you would need, clean and warm.
23rd July 2021
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Lovely cottage in remote location with excellent walks in the Eyam area. The Monsal Trail & Chatsworth House are nearby. Clarice Cottage is the middle property in a terrace of 3 cottages with views over wild flower meadows to woodland

Clarice Cottage


Peak District

The cottage is a delight and is a home from home providing comfort and luxury.

Clarice is our one bedroom property that has all the comforts expected in a beautiful country cottage. Relax in the lounge reading your book looking over the fields and woodlands.

The wood burning log fire can be used to snuggle up on the cooler nights. The settee is a sofa bed so more than two guests can stay comfortably. The open plan kitchen and dining area is fully equipped. The kitchen allows you to cook whatever you like but there are also local takeaway deliveries if you really want a break! Use the outside space for a BBQ or to relax with a glass of something (perhaps the complimentary prosecco you will find on your arrival).

There is a downstairs toilet for convenience but also up the stairs next to the bedroom is a beautiful shower and toilet room. The bedroom has a kingsize bed to relax and unwind as you escape into your holiday. The windows open out onto a breathtaking vista taking in Curbar and Froggatt edge.

Our other properties

The Barn

1 bedroom barn


2 bedroom cottage


1 bedroom cottage
Clarice Cottage

Eyam Museum

20 minute walk into the village, opposite the playing fields

Eyam Museum aims to open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 with last admission at 15:15. The museum closes at 16:00. It is advisable to pre book tickets on the website. The museum will give you a real insight into the history of Eyam and the details of the plague through detailed local accounts of how it spread, who died and who survived.