Luxury holiday house sleeping 24 and designed for social occasions, in the heart of the Peak District
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Telephone Exchange at Parsley Hay, Biggin, Derbyshire, sleeps 18 - 24 in 9 bedrooms.
A former telephone repeater station, this property has been lovingly restored and converted into a unique contemporary venue perfect for extended family gatherings, groups of friends, walkers and cyclists, in fact all types of large groups!
Located in the centre of the Peak District National Park, this property is just set back from the road that leads between Buxton and Ashbourne, and is surrounded by lush green fields. The beautiful village of Hartington, famous for its cheese shop, is only a 5 minute drive away, and the well known spa town of Buxton is only 15 minutes away. The Telephone Exchange is also only 200 metres away from the Tissington Trail; the traffic-free trail is ideal for cyclists and walkers of all abilities and bikes can be hired at the Parsley Hay cycle hire, just across the road from the property.
The most stunning feature of this property is its vast open plan living area which expands to include nearly all of the ground floor. There is plenty of space for everyone to lounge together on the various comfortable seating arrangements, and to relax and unwind in front of the wall mounted log burner. The property has been renovated with socialising in mind and there are 3 large stylish tables with chairs for up to 24 guests, so everyone can dine and socialise together in the same space. At the other end of the open plan area is a fabulous ultra modern kitchen fully equipped with everything you would need to cater for a large group, including 4 ovens!
With 9 bedrooms (3 of these are family rooms with bunk beds) and 9 en suites/private bathrooms this property is great for all types of groups - all the bedrooms have the option of being made up as a double or twins.
To the rear of the property there is a large flagged patio area, with a barbecue (please provide your own charcoal) and plenty of outdoor seating for up to 24 guests. This patio area is a lovely sun trap (well, when the sun is out!) and has lovely views over the Tissington Trail and beyond.