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Park View Cottage is a holiday cottage in Glossop, adjoining the village of Old Glossop in Derbyshire is perfect for your getaway.


Boasting the beautiful Manor Park - directly opposite the cottage.  Perfect for a lovely stroll especially in the Formal Gardens.  Ideal for walking dogs and has a fenced-in area (Training Area) to the rear of the park, which is very useful if you're not confident letting your dog off-lead or if the park is particularly busy.

Lovely walks close by - including numerous reservoir walks and for those wanting something a little more challenging without going too far, Shire Hill, visible from the rear of the property is a lovely, rewarding walk, steep in parts but with wonderful views when you reach the top.

For those wishing to go further, head up to Bleaklow, maybe visit the B29 Superfortress Crash Site.  If you're not happy to try navigating your way alone you could try a Guided Walk.

Within a few minutes walk from the cottage are several pubs - the closest being The Commercial Inn where there is a restaurant and dogs are welcomed in the bar area  There's also the Queens Arms, The Wheatsheaf and the Bull's Head. 


The Queen's Arms houses both 'Sarah's Kitchen' which serves lovely English food and upstairs  is 'Queens Spice' - an Indian restaurant, which is well worth a visit.  Ahead of your arrival details of local restaurants will be sent to by email, as required at the moment, giving you the opportunity to book a table before you even leave home!

Glossop has plenty of independent stores, including bakeries, greengrocers, award-winning Mettricks Butchers and a recently opened 'Farm Shop'.  With clothing stores, Uno, Northern Menswear and Blossom together with The Wishing Tree Gallery, Embellish, Bay Tree Books, Fieldings Jewellers, Tower Entertainment, Primrose Interiors, The Sewing Box and David Wood Domestic appliances there are many to choose from on the High Street.  There are several supermarkets, from an M & S Food, Tesco and Aldi to Iceland, Heron store and B & M.

You are always within a short walking distance from a cafe.  In Old Glossop you will find vegan 'Shepley's' cafe.  In the town centre there is Pico's Lounge, Tyme Coffee Lounge, Pepino Deli Cafe together with Costa Coffee and Tesco Cafe amongst others.

If you fancy an English cooked breakfast without leaving the house, Glossop Cafeteria even deliver to your doorstep.

Just a few minutes walk from the cottage there is a convenience store and a Chinese Takeaway/Chippy, both very handy to make life easier on the evening of your arrival.


Old Glossop still retains the air of the original old cotton mill town, and consists of some fine 17th Century gritsone cottages grouped around the parish church of All Saints.


Dubbed as 'the Gateway to the Peak' Glossop is very close to open countryside.  The location is ideal for walkers, couples and families alike.  


The village of Hayfield, overlooked by Kinder Scout is less than 15 minutes drive.  Film location for the BBC's "The Village", with scenes also being filmed in Old Glossop.


Other locations guests usually visit are Lyme Park and Chatsworth House, both used to film Pride and Prejudice.  Bakewell is a very popular place for visitors, especially the pudding shop! 







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