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Gallery

An exposed gallery area overlooks the sitting room.

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Gallery

Enjoy the morning sun or simply eat your breakfast.

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Sitting Room

With TV, DVD player, selection of games, DVD’s and books.

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Bedroom

The bedroom is beamed with a king-sized bed, luxury bed linen and fluffy towels.

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Breakfast in Vanilla Kitchen

For a tasty breakfast using locally sourced ingredients, free-range eggs, award winning black pudding & only the best organic fair-trade coffee.

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Garden

The secure garden is on spilt levels and benefits from a patio area where one can enjoy the beautiful views of Tideswell.

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Tideswell village is surrounded by glorious rolling hills and beautiful dales. Amongst the walks visitors can enjoy are The Monsal Trail, The River Wye and The Limestone Way.

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Situated in the delightful village of Tideswell which is located in the heart of the Peak National Park and is an ideal base from which to explore the many attractions in this lovely part of Derbyshire.

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Woodhouse Cottage is located in the village of Tideswell in the very heart of the Peak District National Park.

Tideswell facilities

  • Vanilla Kitchen – serves only the best coffee, yummy homemade cakes and delicious lunches
  • Tindalls Bakery – for fresh breads, pastries and deli things
  • Tideswell Stores and post office – speaks for itself, magazines, newspapers, food essentials
  • The Fruit Shop – for fruits, veg and more
  • Butchers – lovely sausages and award winning black pudding
  • Chemist – open Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm and Saturday morning
  • The Gallery – open Tuesday to Saturday, local artwork, jewellery and gifts
  • Fish and chip shop – we have 2
  • Co-op shop – open 7 days a week until late
  • Pubs – we have 3 in Tideswell
  • Bank – Natwest with service till


Things to do and places to go

Well dressings are one of Derbyshire’s best known customs and date back hundreds of years. During the summer months well dressings are celebrated in many towns and villages Tideswells annual week long well dressings are usually during the last week of June.

Tideswell is a convenient centre for walks in this area of the Peak District. Millers Dale Tideswell Dale, Monks Dale and Tansley Dale are all within walking distance of Woodhouse Cottage.


Chatsworth House

Is the splendid home of the 12th Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. The farm shop is fantastic as are the gardens, adventure playground and animal farm.  Recently the film ‘The Duchess’ was filmed here.
For more information visit: www.chatsworth.org


Hardwick Hall

The house stands within a country park containing rare breeds of cattle and sheep.  The house is one of Britain’s finest Elizabethan houses built for Elizabeth Dowager countess of Shrewsbury.
For more information visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk


Haddon Hall

The home of the Manners family in Derbyshire is one of the finest medieval and Tudor houses in England. Includes an online tour and family history.
Jane Eyre (2006 tv series) was filmed here.
For more information visit: www.haddonhall.co.uk


Eyam – 4 miles

Eyam is one of the best-preserved villages in the vicinity and is the famous 'plague village', which went into voluntary quarantine when the plague was imported from London in 1665. Above the village lies Eyam Moor which is a fine area for walking, with good views across the Derwent valley and many Bronze Age remains and monuments.
For more information visit: www.cressbrook.co.uk/towns/eyam.php


Buxton – 6 miles

A spa town with a thriving arts scene and opera house. Based at the heart of the Peak District in the county of Derbyshire, England and blessed with stunning scenery, magnificent architecture, a wealth of shops, and a thriving arts scene. Coupled with its world-famous spa water.
For more information visit: www.visitbuxton.co.uk/


Bakewell – 6 miles

A beautiful market town, famous for its bakewell pudding, traditional and farmers markets. The farmers market is on the last Saturday of the month 9am – 2pm.
For more information visit: www.bakewellonline.co.uk/


Castleton – 10 miles

Has four underground caves, Speedwell Cavern, Blue John Cavern, Treak Cliff Cavern and the Devils Arse! (really!!) all worth a visit. Overlooking Castleton is the ancient Peveril Castle.
For more information visit: www.visitcastleton.co.uk/