The Old Bakehouse

Self-catering with 1 unit £1865-£3000 pupn sleeps 1-15

The Old Bakehouse

The Old Bakehouse

The Old Bakehouse

Contact

Mr Robert Pearson

94 Baslow Road,
Totley,
Sheffield,
South Yorkshire,
S17 4DQ

0114 236 5868

07768 858281

Address

High Street,
Calver,
DerbyShire,
S32 3XP

Details

Recently restored, The Old Bakehouse dates back to the 14th century and provides high
quality and generous accommodation of immense character.
The cottage has an impressive range of public rooms ranging from the welcoming dining
room with Derbyshire fireplace to the cosy lounge which is full of comfy sofas for
everyone to relax in. The cottage also boasts an impressive fully equipped kitchen which
includes everything you need for your stay.

The property has a range of 6 double and twin bedrooms many of which have their own
en suite bathrooms. A further 3 fold up beds can be used in most of the bedrooms. There
is also a private and secure walled garden which is ideal for spending a lazy summer
afternoon.

The central location in the heart of the Peak District National Park is an ideal base from
Which to explore the area. The Old Bakehouse is within easy reach of notable Peak
District attractions such as Chatsworth House, home to the Duke and Duchess of
Devonshire, the historic Haddon and Hardwick halls and the famous villages of Eyam and
Castleton. The house is also just minutes away from some of the most striking scenery
of the Dark Peak. There are many enjoyable walks nearby including a walk by the banks of
The river Derwent to Baslow and into the parklands of Chatsworth House or take a short
drive into the pretty and popular market town of Bakewell.

Children welcomeRadioTelevisionIroning facilitiesPrivate parkingGardenDogs/pets NOT acceptedBuilding of historical interestCentral heatingFreezerMicrowave cookerDishwasherLinen providedPony trekking/horse-ridingShootingGolf available (onsite or nearby)Cycles for hireWiFi or internet accessDVD playerCD playerSingle sex groups welcomedEvening mealsHairdryerHigh chairs availableCots availableReal log/coal firesBarbecueDrying facilitiesWashing machine

Cycles for hire can be obtained by http://www.peak-tours.com who can deliver bicycles to your door. Wi fi is available at the property Pony trekking / horse-riding facilities nearby (not on site) Evening meals can be provided by outside catering service, chequers out or gourmet Express. They cook, prepare and serve your meal while you relax in the comfort of the old Bakehouse. Clay pigeon shooting nearby (not on site)

Directions

See location of The Old Bakehouse on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: SK 239745  Lat: 53.26727 Long: -1.64245

All parties travelling west to The Old Bakehouse should head for the village of Calver, specifically the large roundabout at the intersection of the A619 Manchester/Chesterfield road and the A621 Sheffield road. This sits on the east side of Baslow almost adjacent to the golden gates entrance to Chatsworth House. When reaching this roundabout, head west into Baslow village to the next roundabout to Bakewell and Calver on the A623. Go around the roundabout following the A623 through the remainder of Baslow village along the Calver road. Follow this until you reach the signs for the village of Calver where 300 yards after The Bridge” pub on your right hand side, turn left at the sign marked Calver village. Follow this road through the bends until you reach the high street with the post office directly in front of you at the Calver Cross. Turn left and travel up the high street 100 yards and The Old Bakehouse is on your left hand side.
All parties travelling east from Sparrowpit along the A623 should continue until they Reach Stoney Middleton. Continue through the village until the traffic lights are reached at Calver Sough on the A623 at the intersection with the B6001 Bakewell/Grindle-Ford road. Continue straight ahead along the A623 some 300 yards past the Calver cricket pitch on the right hand side and turn right into Donkey Lane. Continue over the junction at Bough Lane, past the Derwentwater Arms on your left hand side, over low side and down into the High Street. Turn right and The Old Bakehouse is 50 yards on the left.
For access to The Old Bakehouse, please ring Robert on 07768 858281 when you either reach junction 29 of the M 1, Sparrowpit on the A623 or Buxton on the A6 and he will be there to greet you on arrival.
By public transport:
The nearest railway station is either Chesterfield of Grindleford. From here you could get a taxi to The Old Bakehouse.

Facilities

  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • RadioRadio
  • TelevisionTelevision
  • Ironing facilitiesIroning facilities
  • Private parkingPrivate parking
  • GardenGarden
  • Dogs/pets NOT acceptedDogs/pets NOT accepted
  • Building of historical interestBuilding of historical interest
  • Central heatingCentral heating
  • FreezerFreezer
  • Microwave cookerMicrowave cooker
  • DishwasherDishwasher
  • Linen providedLinen provided
  • Pony trekking/horse-ridingPony trekking/horse-riding
  • ShootingShooting
  • Golf available (onsite or nearby)Golf available (onsite or nearby)
  • Cycles for hireCycles for hire
  • WiFi or internet accessWiFi or internet access
  • DVD playerDVD player
  • CD playerCD player
  • Single sex groups welcomedSingle sex groups welcomed
  • Evening mealsEvening meals
  • HairdryerHairdryer
  • High chairs availableHigh chairs available
  • Cots availableCots available
  • Real log/coal firesReal log/coal fires
  • BarbecueBarbecue
  • Drying facilitiesDrying facilities
  • Washing machineWashing machine

Cycles for hire can be obtained by http://www.peak-tours.com who can deliver bicycles to your door. Wi fi is available at the property Pony trekking / horse-riding facilities nearby (not on site) Evening meals can be provided by outside catering service, chequers out or gourmet Express. They cook, prepare and serve your meal while you relax in the comfort of the old Bakehouse. Clay pigeon shooting nearby (not on site)

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