Whatever your plans for your break here in the Peak District, come rain or shine, winter or summer, determinedly active or deliciously slothful - the Square will give you an added dimension.
We’re dog-friendly, super comfortable, and very well equipped. The house is roomy, light and airy, elegantly furnished with a sun-trap courtyard right outside the front door and a secluded garden full of fruit trees and flowers.
The Square sleeps 4/5. There are 3 bedrooms – 2 large doubles with super/king beds and a cosy single. Each has the best quality linen and towels. The principal bedroom on the first floor has a wide mullioned window and window seat, overlooking the garden, for you to watch the world go by. The top floor is a light filled suite of double bedroom and snug/games room. The ground floor drawing room is especially comfortable with a log burner under the original stone mantel. We have wi-fi, BT TV, mobile phone reception, a landline for guests’ use, TV/DVD, CDs.
It’s a real “cook’s” kitchen equipped with everything you could want, including a large collection of cookery books. Centre stage, the Rayburn radiates gentle background warmth and for cooking it’s a joy to use. There’s also a microwave and we are very happy to provide a first night supper on arrival. There’s a welcome basket of goodies to get you started and basic supplies in the store cupboard.
You can park outside and there is also a garage for secure storage - great for bikes.
Outside the door, the village of Parwich awaits you - it is tranquil, the most noticeable sounds come from the birds. It’s full of handsome stone houses, a church by the village green, a pond and a buzzing local pub – the Sycamore. The locals are outgoing and sociable and there is always something going on – regular film shows, art exhibitions, the annual Gardens Open day in late June and the hugely popular “Wakes Week” celebrations in early July. There’s a useful village website and a recent innovation – excellent ”mobile” fish & chips on the green every other Thursday evening.
Just beyond the village there’s
masses to see and do – all close to
hand. The Square is very close to key entry points on the
Tisssington Trail for walkers and cycling enthusiasts