Clementine Cottage

30th August 2021
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A very well equipped, extremely comfortable cottage. The bed was large and a dream to sleep on. Every room was spacious and well equipped. Fantastic views from the patio doors. Wonderful walks from the door in a charming and interesting village. Highly recommended.
20th August 2021
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Comfortable, clean, well equipped & in a lovely location.
2nd July 2021
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The cottage is one of the best we have ever stayed in. It has everything that you need and is extremely comfortable. This was our fourth visit and we expect to return again in the near future

Clementine Cottage


Peak District

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

Clementine is our one bedroom property at the end of the three cottages with stunning views across the fields. A gate provides easy access for you to wander across the fields and experience the stunning views of Froggatt and Curbar.

The peace is what you notice as soon as you walk in. A quiet resting place to relax and unwind. In the warmer weather, using the BBQ in the private outside area or getting cosy in front of the wood burning fire in the lounge. The cottage has all you need from the well equipped kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, oven, hob, fridge and freezer to the lounge with a settee bed. There is a downstairs toilet to allow for convenience but also a beautiful upstairs shower and toilet room.

Now with a hot tub in the private patio area where you can gaze at the stars while looking out over the fields.

The bedroom is also up the stairs with a very relaxing king size bed with windows overlooking the 12 acres of Top Riley and also the Curbar and Froggatt edges.

Our other properties

The Barn

1 bedroom Barn


2 bedroom cottage


1 bedroom 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.