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Upon entering the stunning open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, you’ll immediately notice the spaciousness of the area. The well-equipped kitchen features an electric oven, hob, washing machine, dishwasher, and fridge. The dining table comfortably accommodates four people. The lounge area offers comfortable seating, including a reclining sofa and a double sofa bed, as well as a TV/DVD and a table football for competitive entertainment. The large windows showcase the beautiful gardens that surround the property. The downstairs bathroom includes a shower over bath and a WC.

The Billiard Room Glossop

Ascending the feature staircase, you’ll reach the mezzanine floor, which houses a king-size bed, hanging space for clothes, and a dressing area. From this elevated vantage point, you can overlook the accommodation below, while the exquisite carved beams add to the character and charm of the space.

The Billiard Room

Outside, there is a patio area where guests are welcome to relax and enjoy the summer evenings with a refreshing drink, while observing the birds in the mature trees that envelop the property. Ample off-road parking is available directly outside the premises.

The Old Billiard Room 1

Important details:

  • 1 bedroom with a king-size bed.
  • 1 bathroom.
  • Facilities include an electric oven, hob, fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, and microwave.
  • Electricity and central heating are included.
  • Bed linen and towels are provided.
  • Ample off-road parking.
  • Wi-Fi is available.
  • Smoking is not permitted.
  • Pets are not allowed.
  • The nearest pub and shop are within 3 miles.
  • The property is part of a complex.
  • A TV/DVD is provided in the lounge area.

There are numerous attractions to explore within a two-mile radius of the Pennine Way, including the peaks of Kinder Scout and Bleaklow. The market town of Glossop, which offers convenient transport links to Manchester and local towns, is also in close proximity. Further afield, you can visit the Blue John Mines, Treak Cliff Cavern, and Speedwell Cavern—an underground cave system that can be explored by boat. Lyme Park and Hall, famous for being the filming location of Pride and Prejudice in 1995, is definitely worth a visit. Additionally, Peveril Castle, constructed in 1080 and located near Castleton, is a remarkable historical site. The Derwent Valley boasts a picturesque series of dams and reservoirs where the dam busters once trained. Moorfield is surrounded by the hills, valleys, and streams that form part of The Peak District National Park.

Glossop

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