A hidden gem in the Rivelin valley, midway between Sheffield and the Peak District National Park. Lovely stone cottage located on a quiet B road, offering a lot of privacy, with views across the valley. Refreshing and modern renovation inside, but maintains a cosy cottage feel. Lots in the area for nature-lovers - fields of cows and horses, a friendly trio of chickens in the garden - and only 10 minutes from the National Park.
This is a great cottage and the location is perfect for exploring the Peak District and also near enough to easily visit Sheffield city centre. A really great city.
We have family living in the area and it makes a great base to visit them and also have time to relax in the very comfortable cottage. Thanks Rob.
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Blackberry Cottage was as lovely as we hoped it would be - with plenty character and all the mod cons you need to have a very relaxing holiday. Waking up to a stunning view across the valley each morning and a cow mooing was exactly what we needed - we will be back:)
The opportunity to stay in such a lovely cottage with great views was a real pleasure. We would love to go back one day.
Make sure the owner gives you exact details about the location of the cottage though. We followed google map which showed us that we were at the cottage but there was no sign which said Blackberry Cottage. There are four units in the building which we didn't know in advance and no way to tell which one we were supposed to be in. We phoned the owner but couldn't get in touch for a couple of hours which wasn't pleasant especially as the weather wasn't the best.
I was a bit annoyed that there was no dish washing liquid or toilet paper. Other holiday units we've stayed in have at least one roll of toilet paper and a small amount of dish liquid to get you started.
It was an idyllic place for a relaxed holiday though.