Self-Catering Buxton

2 Primitive Mews Buxton, Derbyshire

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From: €365 weekly Guests 4 Rooms 2 Bathroom 2

Key Features

  • Pet Friendly
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Garden
  • Parking

Property Description

Holiday home
2 Primitive Mews is a terraced barn conversion cottage in the village of Chelmorton, just four miles from Buxton in the Peak District. With one double bedroom and one twin room (both with ensuite facilities), this cottage can sleep four people. Also included in the cottage are a kitchen with a dining area and a sitting room with a woodburner. To the outside of the cottage is a gated rear garden with outdoor furniture and a barbecue, Shared use of children's wooden play castle as well as off road parking for two cars. With its neighbouring cottages no. 1 & 3 Primitive Mews, 2 Primitive Mews can sleep a total of 10 people and is ideal for exploring the stunning Peak District National Park. P.S. Please note: only 1 small well-behaved dog is allowed, no other pets and the dog is not allowed upstairs.

Accomodation Details
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, both with en-suite body-jet shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburning stove

The village of Chelmorton is situated in the heart of the Peak District National Park. The village boasts a village shop and pub which serves good food. Chelmorton has a fascinating historic landscape of 'fossil' arable strips enclosed within drystone walls and the village has a lovely medieval church of St John the Baptist.

The ultimate in "year-round" appeal, the Peak District offers countryside, picturesque villages and magnificent scenery. It touches upon six counties and encloses 555 square miles of open moorland, flowing rivers, and wooded dales.

Electric central heating with woodburning stove. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent. Electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, 60” plasma TV, Blu-ray/DVD player with a selection of DVDs, WiFi, small library of books/games. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off-road parking for two cars. Secure gated rear garden with outdoor furniture and barbecue. One small well-behaved dog welcome with shared use of a 3-acre grass paddock, where dogs can run off lead. Sorry, no smoking or vaping. Shop within 4.3 miles, pub within 0.3 miles. We are unable to accept children under the age of 4 at this cottage

Holiday Rental Amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Enclosed garden
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • Near Pub
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Key Features
  • Pet Friendly
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Garden
  • Parking

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Self-Catering Reviews

Mrs Barratt-worsley
September 2020
Very homey cottage with lovely comfy lounge area and welcoming feel.. Had thought it was open plan and was not - just a heads up for people if that is what you want. Great location near local pub and walks, plus the meadow right by for a quick walk at night with the dog. Plenty of easy parking.
Mrs Barratt-worsley, September 2020
September 2020
.... excellent accommadation helpful owners if at any time we visit this area again we would go for these cottages again the church inn was an good reccommandation too
Mrs Sturgeon, September 2020
September 2020
Had a lovely time, ate in the local pub "Church Inn", great value menu and price, also allowed the dog in.. The mews was lovely and warm and cosy, the walks through the fields was ideal for me and the dog, neighbours where all very friendly and we all would revisit, of which many had been coming for years. Ideal location for touring around the lovely dales. My weather was lovely all week, so saw the dales through sunglasses. Great time, would go again.
Ms Ray, September 2020
September 2020
Great showers.. Loved recliner chairs as we're both arthritic and needed to put out feet up at the end of the day! A dishwasher or a kitchen sink with drainer is my only suggestion for improvement
Mrs Saunders, September 2020
August 2020
Really pleased with the whole experience and would definitely book again.. The listing was accurate, lots of information in the welcome pack, and a great amount of thought and care in Covid-19 management The cottage is lovely, the private meadows at the back ideal for dog walking and the village is full of really friendly people. Ideally located to visit Buxton, Bakewell and Chatsworth too
Miss Ratnaraja, August 2020
August 2020
We really enjoyed our stay in this lovely cottage in a lovely part of the country.. It has been really well furnished with everything you need and the two ensuites are a particular perk when trying to get a family ready to go out in the morning. The owner was very kind with her pre-arrival information and quick to respond to some questions.
Mrs Faupel, August 2020
August 2020
House was lovely, very clean and nice extras like bread, milk and biscuits.. Bedrooms were spacious and both en suite which was great. Small secure garden for the dog, and enclosed private paddock was perfect for training! Village was lovely and quiet. Would definitely stay again.
Mrs Flower, August 2020
February 2020
2 Primitive Mews was a comfortable,clean and well appointed cottage, with very comfortable beds and good showers there was nothing we could fault.. The welcome pack was a nice touch. The meadow to walk the dog in the morning was a real bonus especially as the weather was very changeable during our week. The church inn was a complete bonus with great food and friendly staff and locals. Just one tip take slippers the ground floor stone floors look lovely but are a bit chilly on the feet
Mrs Bushell, February 2020
February 2020
Ideally located for quiet country style yet close to tourist spots and outdoor activity, including a great walk through Deep Dale straight from the cottage.. Just as described and the pub was a great, friendly bonus.
Mrs Phillips, February 2020
January 2020
The local pub does nice food..
Mrs Holland
April 2019
Discussion with Tracy about time of entry - despite being advertised as 3pm, initially told 5pm until I objected and advised would be ready at 3pm.. Well equipped, but tired looking and very disappointed with the garden area. Obviously not been touched since winter - piles of leaves under/around dirty children’s climbing frame, broken slab stones, dandelions along building and in pots containing dead shrubs, and less than clean artificial grass (particularly as it had obviously been used by dogs! Garden furniture needed some TLC. One of the bedroom windows had opaque glass and very difficult to open. Certainly not the best/best value cottage I have stayed in, but access to field for the dog very useful. I don’t want these comments published, but believe they should be fed back to owner.
Mr Patrick
April 2019
Lovely cottage, well appointed with good outdoor space for my dog.. The paddock is brilliant, amd is a great spot to see the sunset. The property owner Tracey called before we arrived which was a lovely touch. Would defiantely recommend.
October 2018
Each year we book a weekend/short break for our totally spoilt border collie. Ideally we look for something in a rural location, with a pub within walking distance and somewhere to give the dog a walk before heading out to the hills. Pleased to say this fir the bill perfectly. Not much to do in Chelmorton, but some great views of the surrounding countryside and a good pub. The cottage is clean, warm and comfortable and had the added bonus of having a separate paddock area where the dog could run to her hearts content. Good sized TV and selection of DVD's, although we weren't too bothered about watching TV as shattered from days out walking. The only suggestions i would make to the owners - get the website photos updated. Your double bedroom is sooo much nicer now and ditch the picture of the half empty cupboard showing the tea/coffee/bics add more pics of the paddock area much better selling point. Thoroughly enjoyed our break away, excellent value for money and would definitely return.
Mrs Holden
October 2018
Had a great time in this comfy, cosy cottage.. The welcome pack is a lovely touch. We have stayed in No 1 previously, and must admit in both properties a few things could be upgraded. The oven is a bit hit and miss. But we did enjoy our stay and Chelmorton is a pretty Village with an excellent Pub serving really good good at reasonable prices and they have a quiz night and all are welcome.
Mr Baker
September 2018
Very good stay.. Be aware there is effectively no mobile phone signal here. Also the tv reception is limited to about 20 freeview channels however there is a large library of dvds. We eat twice at the local pub. Recommended really good food but do book. The pub is very small. There is good walking from the door. You can download some walks from the pub web site. Buxton is a short drive away. Pretty run down town. Not much there except the opera house. Bakewell and Castleton are reasonable close and good bases for walking
Mrs Saunders
September 2018
We visited with our dog in September, we always try to find somewhere peaceful and with a pub in walking distance and this was perfect.. The cottage was warm cosy and very comfortable. Quirky blend of old and new furnishings but all clean and tidy which was more important. One of the major advantages was the huge paddock area where we could let the dog off to run free as for some reason she didn't like the astro turf!!!! Like a similar reviewer we had problems with cooker but nothing we couldn't get round. Bumped into the owner who was very helpful and made us very welcome. The only point I would make is to get the photos on the website updated, the main bedroom looks so much better now and the picture of a cupboard showing the welcome goodies was not really a selling point. I would have rather seen more pictures of the paddock area - a much better selling point. Overall a great time away, good value for money and would come back.
Mrs Lowe
August 2018
Comfy cottage, lovely village, good local pub..
Mr Anness
August 2018
The cottage was in a very lovely position and the meadow was much appreciated for walking the dog .. Unfortunately the sofa was not very clean and neither was the cottage and a tea towel would of been useful .Such a shame as this let the cottage down .
Mr Jenkins
June 2018
Downstairs furniture old and worn not as good as primitive Croft cottages.. The location is good. Plenty of care parking and it’s very private. Dog walking facilities are excellent. Garden needs to be tidied lots of dead leaves and twigs over lawn area. The B/Q was rusty and a bit of a wreck. I don’t think the cottage deserve 4 ticks. We rented primative Croft last year which was a much better standard. ************************** Owner response ********************** We spoke with the guests at the time and no issues were raised during their stay which we would have endeavoured to resolve if had known. 2 Primitive Mews is country cottage like. Croft is angular modern leather sofas and are of different style. They are not old and run down. The first time a BBQ is used and it is second hand. The rear garden is laid in synthetic grass to give a long term smart appearance. We are sorry that you experienced these issues and take onboard your comments.
Mrs Wedlinscky
April 2018
We stayed at Primitive Mews for a long weekend as a family of four.. The location was perfect as a base for visiting both Buxton and Bakewell and there's loads to do within a short drive. The cottage itself is lovely. Well furnished and homely. Comfy beds and warm! Lots of nice touches like a welcome pack, information file about the local area and lots of DVDs for unwinding at night. We went to the local pub for a meal on the Saturday night. It was ok but nothing special. It's within an easy 10 minutes walk of the cottage though, otherwise it would be a drive into Buxton for alternatives. Would definitely recommend staying here and we would book again if returning to the area.
Mr Briard
September 2017
Outstanding cottage, in immaculate condition, with everything possible provided.. Excellent pub 10 minutes walk away, our short break could not have been better.
Mrs Anson
July 2017
As a dog owner, I found the enclosed private fields near the cottage were very useful for exercising my dog off the lead..
Mrs Boucher
June 2017
The location was superb for visiting other interesting locations such as Bakewell and Buxton.. Great base for walking. Hosts very jolly and informative. Cottage comfortable and very well maintained. Super meals at local pub and locals very friendly. Very nice film show evening on the Wednesday at local Community Centre. Locals very welcoming.
Mr La Viola
April 2016
A lovely comfortable cottage near all the places of interest in the Peak District, with plenty of information on things to do in the surrounding area and locally. Would stay there again recommend to friends family.
Mr Speck
September 2014
Dog walking facilities nearby, pub food was very good, not far away from most things but definitely need a car. Enjoyable holiday- would go back.
Mr Wilkes
July 2014
We like everything about this holiday. The cottage was located in a nice quite village with a very good pub 5 minutes walk away and serving excellent food. A welcome drink with the owners of the cottage on the Friday evening was very nice. And the welcome pack of milk, tea, coffee, bread and biscuits were nice also.
Mrs Lay
April 2014
Excellent location. Quiet. Lots of walks from door step. Excellent pub just up the road. Will be back!
Mr Clough
March 2014
We stayed at 2 and 3 Primitive Mews, these cottages are really well located, a short drive from Bakewell and Chatsworth. The off road parking, right by the door, was really handy. The interior is really comfortable in both properties, with great amenities, the huge TV was really handy in the evenings when only a DVD would do. Plus the showers were outstanding!
Mrs Thorn
November 2013
A lovely, well situated cottage. Perfect for long walks. Friendly, helpful owners. Would stay there again.
Mrs Rendall
October 2013
Very central to places we wished to visit. Quiet friendly village very good food at local pub.
Mr Wade
July 2013
A good location, enjoyed the log burner and the barbecue in the enclosed garden.
Mrs Webster
June 2013
First rate accommodation, excellent cottage. Tranquil surroundings. Would go again.
March 2013
Excellent location for walking and easy access to great village pub. Very comfortable, clean, well equipped property.
Mrs White
February 2013
The location of the cottage was ideal for our walking holiday. We would certainly look to book this again.
Mr Saywell
February 2013
Lovely cottage, lovely quiet surroundings. Very relaxing, great for just chilling out between walks. Great location.
Mr Nicholson
February 2013
Very friendly owners. Made sure we were settled in ok, and let us know about places to visit and things to see. Lovely village location, walks from the front door, excellent pub less than 10 minutes stroll away.
Mrs Boswell
November 2012
The locality as it had a pub in the village with good food and was within close proximity to both Bakewell Buxton and the walks we wanted to do. Fish chip van also visited the village on a Thursday evening and they were excellent quality.
Mrs Oakes
November 2012
The cottage was lovely. Nice location for dog walking yet easily accessible for amenities for my parents. It was good to have a pub close that accepts dogs. We spent a lot of time at Monsal Head which is so close and very beautiful.
Mr Lowbridge
November 2012
Location of cottage was ideal and the nearby owners were particularly friendly, helpful and welcoming. Village pub very friendly and food was very good.
Mrs Bradley
September 2012
Comfy accommodation, friendly neighbours, lovely food and atmosphere in the pub and perfectly situated for everywhere we wanted to visit. All the information the owners supplied was extremely thoughtful and helpful, over all a very good experience.
Mr Fermer
August 2012
Comfortable accommodation with 2 en-suite bathrooms and excellent location.
Mr Rowe
July 2012
A good location, a nice local pub, and within easy reach of all attractions in the Peak District. Locals in the village were very friendly.
Mr Bullers
July 2012
A cottage with lovely character in a superb village. Great eating pub within easy walk which is also dog friendly.
Miss Brown
July 2012
It was central to get to to amenities. The facilities in the cottage were excellent and there was a good pub within walking distance which had great pub meals.
May 2012
Owners were friendly.The accommodation was very comfortable and very dog friendly,they even left some dog treats for alfie.Would consider going back in the future.
Mrs Seward
February 2012
Lovely cottage for a weekend away. I visited my son who is at Sheffield University. Extremely well equipped and a huge TV which was much appreciated for the rugby. We were there in extreme temperatures, so the open fire was a treat. Will definitely be back, good value for money.
November 2011
Location was excellent and the village was good with good eating at the local pub.
Mrs Beaumont
October 2011
The location of the property was lovely and central for visiting the Peak District. The owners were friendly and the television was amazing. The village pub was very good, excellent food and beer. The Peak District is a wonderful place for a holiday with lots to do for all.
Mrs Partridge
October 2011
We visit The Peaks a lot and always enjoy walking and discovering new walks.
Mr Rush
October 2011
Situation very good. Well placed for outings to the National Park. In a quiet village with excellent and friendly church and pub! The 60 TV screen was a treat, more like being in the cinema.
Mrs Nissen
October 2011
The owners were extremely nice helpful people, who really seemed to enjoy the job they have chosen. This cottage will make finding another close to its standard hard.
Mr Pelling
August 2011
Very pretty village, within reasonable driving distances of some beautiful walks.
Mr Jenkins
June 2011
Good location for walks from the door step. Convenient for sight seeing. Good village pub.
April 2011
Friendly owners, great location.
Mrs Dryden
April 2011
The property provided all it said it was providing.
Miss Roberts
February 2011
Quiet location, nice village and pub.
Mr Ashurst
January 2011
We thoroughly enjoyed our break at 2 Primitive Mews. The owner was extremely friendly and welcoming. A starter pack of food and fuel was provided and she gave us a run down of the best places to visit in the area. The cottage was extremely warm and cosy and lived up to our expectations.
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