This is a cosy barn conversion next to a farm house.
Everything was super. Tasha is a great host. She left some butter, milk, bread, biscuits, and even mince pies.
The kitchen is well stocked with every gadget you might need (and then some): measuring spoons, corkscrew, can opener, rolling pin, cafetiere, tea pot, food box, lemon juicer, mixing bowl, ovenware, pans, kitchen knives, grater, whisk, salt, pepper, oil.
What could make it better? Perhaps a fold-out table for eating dinner. (We suggested this to Tasha.)
The place is very clean - I even checked on top of the wardrobe!
Despite being a barn conversion, we were very warm and snug.
TV streaming subscriptions were useful for entertainment on the dark nights in December.
The setting is absolutely beautiful, right on the edge of the Peak District.
Follow the directions to get to the place, as it's up a narrow street off the main road.
We would love to stay here again if we go back to the Peak District in Spring/Summer.