Bertie's retreat with “Luv Tub” - Eco, Wood Fired Hot Tub
Luxury Country Escape- Sleeps 2
Down Brosterfield’s long tree lined drive, the main farmhouse sits beautifully amongst the surrounding acres of grass lined hills. Take a step back from everyday life to enjoy life’s simple aLuxury bespoke Shepherds Hut with high quality shower room and wc.
Well equipped kitchen area fixed double bed and double sofa. Real log burning stove and additional heating on a thermostat. 32" flat screen TV with built in DVD player.
Wi-Fi with 8.6Mbps download speed.
Private outdoor walled garden area with seating and private parking for 2 cars. Far reaching views across the valley.
“We had the best time staying in this beautiful little hideaway in the peaks. Amazing quality finish down to every last detail, loved the country modern interiors and gorgeous wooden panelling. For a Shepards hut it really had everything we couldn't have needed from a power shower to a stove and tv, it was like a home away from home. Absolutely gorgeous!” and enjoy quality time with loved ones.
Living and Sleeping
If it’s pub grub you’re after, try the local Bull’s Head in Foolow. Stroll down the lane with your dog and enjoy a pint or two of good local ales by the fire then ask the friendly landlord for a lift home after a night of fun. Or venture further to one of the many villages pubs nearby, such as the Barrel at Bretton or the Flagstone.
The surrounding area of Brosterfield offers a fantastic variety of restaurants, cafes and bakeries to suit any taste. For traditional Italian head to El Lupo's in Baslow or French at Piedaniels. Catch a coffee break at Riley’s in Bakewell or have a night in with a takeaway from The Curry Cottage. For a night of celebration or just in the mood for beautiful food, dinning at the Michelin-starred Fischer’s at Baslow Hall is the ideal place to spend the evening.
A short drive away are the most amazing Peak District attractions. Chatsworth House (10 mins), historic spa town of Buxton (20 minutes), Bakewell (5 minutes), Haddon Hall (10 minutes), and much, much more.
Upon seeing Brosterfield Farm we immediately fell in love with it and realised it was a very special place. We knew that we wanted to create a wonderful family home with high quality accommodation for guests to come and stay and enjoy everything the Peak National Park has to offer. Over the next two years (and many sleepless nights), we have carefully and lovingly restored the farm, the stables and small barn into a beautiful home and a luxury getaway for guests. Penny, Steve, Liv, Harry, Toby and Digby (the dog)