The Old Rectory Barn is situated in Dronfield Village’s conservation area. Originally built in Tudor times, the Barn has been renovated over the past few years. It is attached the Old Rectory which is a historic Georgian residence and set in grounds of around an acre. Situated on the edge of the Peak District, Bakewell, Matlock and Chatsworth are a short car ride away. The central village location means that many restaurants, pubs, shops and the train station are a few mins walk away.
This lovely historic coach house is situated in our garden with a private and secure entrance. It is two storeys with bedroom, bathroom and living room and a small area for making tea, coffee etc. It can accommodate up to four people with a double bed upstairs and a sofa bed downstairs. There is off road parking for one car and a sink/basic cooking area on the patio. When booking, please make sure to include the number of guests who will be staying.
Converted stables, period property. Built c. 1790. Gated parking. Dropbox key collection & hand sanitiser provided free. Breakfast incl. Fridge, kettle, tea, coffee, cereal Close to centre & Kelham Island. In the Cultural Industries Conservation Area. Connected by tram. Good for couples, solo adventure, business, pets. Room is spacious & comfy with memory foam mattress. Shared bathroom. Lounge with TV. 450mbps Virgin internet Check in 5 -10 weekdays, 4 - 11 weekend. Check out 11am