Welcome to Broadwood Barn a stylish barn conversion. Located in a relaxing rural village in the Peak District called Hathersage.
Hathersage is a stunning location and a perfect base camp for exploring the Peak District.
Good news that the property is dog-friendly and two-well behaved dogs will be allowed to travel with you. So, you can enjoy a holiday with the whole family and not leave anyone out.
About the property
Inside Broadwood Barn, it’s light and airy with the help of full-length windows which gives the Barn a feeling of space and freshness. The property sleeps six and has a king-size room and two double rooms. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room, basin and WC.
The luxury family bathrooms are decorated to a very high standard with modern grey colours, and it has a feeling of style. The kitchen is fully equipped and has a lovely dining area so you can all enjoy an excellent breakfast before exploring the Peak District National Park.
The living room has a smart TV so you can catch up with your soaps when you are not out and about taking in the sights.
Outside the property
you have a full-blown BBQ patio area and seating. Which is great for sunny days or at your risk winter days cooking outside.
If you plan to take your bikes with you, then rest assured they will be safely locked up in the lockable bike storage on site.
The Barn has off-road parking, so no looking for parking spaces, you can drive right up to the property dump the car and straight away start enjoying your holiday.
About the location
Within Hathersage and walking distance from the rental, you have pubs and some restaurants and shops. You can get some well-earned retail therapy and treat yourself to something special if you wish.
Other near locations are Castleton which is 5 miles away and Curbar, which again is 5 miles away. These are both beautiful places that you should visit. There are plenty of dog-friendly businesses, after all. The Peaks are famous for people exploring with their fur-babies.
Dog-friendly things to do in Hathersage
- There are plenty of trails to take your dog on. Remember to take some water. You will notice dotted around they do accommodate dogs, and you will find water bowls on your journeys, but just in case we recommend this.
- We recommended Stanage Edge for walking, It’s pretty steep, but for anyone who is moderately fit it will be fine. Stanage Edge Walk, located in Hathersage, has excellent views of the Hope Valley and the surrounding area.
- Several of the village pubs allow dogs, like the Plough Inn or The Foxhouse Pub, however, check before you enter, it may say no dogs inside that doesn’t mean outside in the beer gardens.
You can find the full details of the property at Sykes Cottages. Options to book and check prices for the week you wish to stay. We at the Dog-Friendly Scene have ticked all the boxes on this property. We do hope you enjoy it also.