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Wolfscote Grange Cottages

Wolfescote Grange Wolfescote Grange, Hartington, Peak District National Park SK17 0AX England
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#3 of 6 Speciality lodging in Hartington
Cruck and Wolfscote cottages are set above the beautiful Dove Valley two miles from pretty Hartington village central to the Peak District . Cruck cottage sleeping 4 is a 15 century hideaway with no neighbours only sheep and the occasional hare. At the farm stead in a large courtyard are Swallows Return , Tomboys and Wolfscote Cottage(sleeping 6, sleeping 4-6 with sofa bed and sleeping 4 respectively ).These cottage and the mentioned Cruck cottage are all Visit England four star accredited. \all furnished and decorated to a high standard to add comfort to your holiday . The beautiful backdrop of the Derbyshire hills and valleys makes Wolfscote and Cruck cottages the perfect place to stay.
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hazehawksx4 wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom10 contributions3 helpful votes
We had a wonderful, quiet and relaxing time at Wolfscote Cottage. The surrounding countryside is absolutely beautiful. We did a few of the local walks which were manageable with a toddler and a baby (if you don't mind carrying them!) The routes were suggested by Jane, Joe and Grace the owners who were very friendly. They were busy making hay during our stay which was great for our three year old who was in tractor heaven. Jane took us to see the calves (we hope young Alfie the calf is thriving!) and Grace's Mega Cottage Pie was delicious. We did a couple of day trips out to Buxton and the Tissington Trail but feels like we barely scratched the surface of things to explore. It was equally enjoyable just sitting and watching the lambs on the hills behind the house and seeing a hare hopping about every evening. The only minor negative was that we couldn't connect to the wifi, but it was actually really nice feeling cut off. I only mention it as it might be frustrating if you were relying on it for your stay. Wish we'd gone for longer, we'll definitely go back!
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Date of stay: August 2020
Wander458942 wrote a review Aug 2020
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UNRELIABLE!! We were booked into this cottage for a week, having booked this way in advance, having coordinated a hospital procedure for our father for the same week who is currently in a care home. It was cancelled on no notice, with a very confused story, I expect that they saw an opportunity to make more money elsewhere during COVID. If was cancelled so late leaving us no option to book somewhere else. The owner gave a very garbled story. I have raised this booking.com. But do not rely on this booking as you may be dropped in it and have your holiday plans dashed. VERY POOR!
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Vanessa D wrote a review Nov 2019
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Just come back from a lovely few days in Cruck cottage. Once warmed up the cottage was lovely warm and cosy felt at home. Didn’t see owners but were available if needed. We didn’t need them, all was satisfactory. Our dog Buddy loved it. Shame about the weather but even so the country side was phenomenal beautiful (even in mist) loved the fact there was no internet or phone signal (advertised as such) complete break from everything bliss. Totally relaxing 😌 perfect for walkers and dog owners. Planning to go again in Spring or Autumn.
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Date of stay: November 2019
Georgina S wrote a review Aug 2019
Henley in Arden, United Kingdom112 contributions50 helpful votes
We stayed at the b&b for 2 evenings. Booked at the last minute whilst attending an event locally. We literally had no idea about the area. Didn’t realise it was such amazing walking country. We must have looked like complete out of town ers with my LV hold-all & glittery shoes. Embarrassing! This is stunning land, rolling hills, dry stone walling & cows & sheep as far as the eye can see. The farmhouse dates back hundreds of years ,is warm & inviting & our room had a giant four poster bed. There is WiFi but we didn’t bother to log on. I had some phone signal but it was great not to have the phone ringing constantly. The properties are accessible down a 1.5 mile drive. Grace , Jane & joe were very friendly . Grace showed us the calves ( see photo) which were so cute( meat eater guilt). This is a proper working farm. If you want to get away from it please come here, we most certainly will come again- with the right clothing.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Jacqui H wrote a review Jul 2019
6 contributions1 helpful vote
We stayed at Wolfescote cottage for 1 week Jul 19, family of 4, 2 adults and 2 kids ( 6&13) plus a dog. I have to totally commend Jane and family for their total patience and attention to detail especially when engaging with our youngest. The family regularly took time to speak with our wee girl and show her round the farm, she even got to name a new calf!! (Spot!!) The cottage itself was beautiful and although small was perfect for our needs. The cottage was clean and well maintained and we had no issues at all. Took a couple of days to get used to the lane leading up to the property but at end of day we knew we were going to be in the heart of the countryside so just got on with it! The area has so many places to visit and if you cant be bothered venturing out there are some beautiful walks right on the doorstep! I was a little apprehensive after reading some previous reviews but can honestly say as a family we felt every detail was perfect, Thanks so much to Jane and family for a beautiful and relaxing break xx
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
Response from JaneGibbs12, Owner at Wolfscote Grange Cottages
Responded 12 Aug 2019
Hi Jacqui, Thank you for your lovely review, it is great to hear you had such a good time with us here at Wolfscote Grange! We are also glad Erin enjoyed her time with the calves, we could see how much she loved feeding them! We hope to see you again soon, Jane
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Frequently Asked Questions about Wolfscote Grange Cottages
Which popular attractions are close to Wolfscote Grange Cottages?
Nearby attractions include Edward and Vintage (6.9 km), Tagg Lane Dairy LTD (7.7 km), and Ilam Park (7.6 km).
Is parking available at Wolfscote Grange Cottages?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Wolfscote Grange Cottages?
Conveniently located restaurants include Old School Tea Room, Staffordshire Knot Inn, and Pack Horse Inn.
Are pets allowed at Wolfscote Grange Cottages?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Wolfscote Grange Cottages?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tissington Hall (7.1 km) and Arbor Low Stone Circle & Gib Hill Barrow (7.3 km).