Tideswell Lane , Eyam , Derbyshire, S32 5RD, United Kingdom
Tel: 01433 631055
Email: innisfreecottage@gmail.com

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Peak District Bed & Breakfast, Eyam

 Innisfree Cottage is tucked away on a pretty country lane in the village of Eyam in the heart of the Peak District National Park. With free wifi, free off road parking, private entrance, three course breakfast included in the cost plus peace and tranquility without the chintz, it is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy the magnificent countryside. 
At Innisfree Cottage we do not raise our prices at weekends or bank holidays and there are no hidden charges for breakfast. Our rooms are tastefully decorated annually to ensure our standards remain second to none. Each room includes a variety of hospitality drinks, biscuits and even chocolates for that added touch of luxury and has either an en-suite or private bathroom.

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This is the perfect place to unwind and ideal for couples. Although Chatsworth House does not open until March 23rd, the grounds, shops and garden centre are still open. Enjoy a beautiful walk beside the River Derwent overlooking the magnificent house. Bakewell is also within easy reach and is well worth a visit for quirky shops, cosy coffee shops and walks along the river.
For the more energetic guests there is an abundance of activities available such as cycling, caving, climbing or walking. The Monsal Trail and Tissington Trail are excellent cycling trails and at Innisfree Cottage we supply safe storage for bikes throughout your stay. There are also many courses available for those that prefer a more structured approach such as 'Pure Outdoors', which is based in the next village of Stoney Middleton. Click on our 'Local Attractions' tab for more details and links to stately homes and gardens.
The Peak District has so much to offer, which is not limited to fine weather so why not book now with us at Innisfree Cottage and enjoy being in Eyam, the heart of the Peak District. 

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