Bailey Flatt Barn is a four bedroom detached stone barn conversion sleeping seven, which dates back over four hundred years. It is located on the outskirts of Buxton, Derbyshire, and borders the Peak District National Park. It is within easy reach of the town of Buxton, but far out enough to allow you to enjoy far-reaching countryside views, making it an ideal location for a self catering holiday with family and friends. Chill out in the garden with a glass of wine or a cold beer, or relax in the hot tub. Keep the kids
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entertained in the spacious enclosed garden with walk-on level trampoline.
The main entrance opens into a spacious kitchen with large farmhouse table, which then leads onto the overlooking seating area. Adjacent is the living room and a small porch to store wellies after a muddy hike! Upstairs there are two double bedrooms (one with an en-suite), one single bedroom and one bedroom that can be made up as twin or kingsize, on request. There is a large family bathroom with shower, toilet and bathtub.
Bailey Flatt Barn is ideally suited to those who enjoy the great outdoors, either rambling on one of the many footpaths that cross the gate to Bailey Flatt Barn, or cycling, mountain biking, caving or rock climbing. Alternatively, venturing into the centre of out beautiful spa town will allow you to visit the famous Opera House, the Crescent, Devonshire Dome and Pavilion Gardens, but to name a few. Return home to end the perfect day in the perfect way, whether that be cosying up next to a real fire or relaxing amongst the bubbles in the secluded hot tub.
On arrival at Bailey Flatt Barn there will be a welcome basket with tea, coffee, milk, cream cakes and a bottle of wine. Bed linens and towels are provided. A full access statement is available here.
Bailey Flatt Barn
A four bedroom detached stone barn conversion dating back 400 years, located on the outskirts of Buxton.
A two bedroom first floor apartment with balcony overlooking mature garden.