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Self-Catering in Chapel En Le Frith

Ashlea, Chapel En Le Frith, Derbyshire

Ashlea
Stubbins Lane
High Peak

Chapel En Le Frith
Derbyshire

SK23 6EB | View map
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Ashlea is a newly built self contained 2 storey holiday home with underfloor heating throughout, fitted kitchen, lounge, bedroom with twin oak beds and a beautiful modern bathroom with full size bath and wet area shower.
Positioned on a quiet lane with Cracken Edge on our doorstep, we have an elevated position, in addition we have far reaching views from our south facing private balcony at the rear of the property looking towards Eccles Pike and beyond.
A perfect retreat for Business or Leisure.
The property is within a short stroll of the villages local amenities and has a direct train route to the cosmopolitan cities of Manchester and Sheffield, yet is situated close to some of The Peak Districts most stunning scenery.
The ground floor accommodation consists of a fitted kitchen with oven, hob, hood, fridge/freezer, table and chairs, crockery, glassware and cutlery.
The south facing living room has a leather suite with remote control reclining facility a wall mounted TV with free view, DVD player, CD/radio player, Ipod docking station and a private south facing balcony with table and chairs.
Upstairs we have a double bedroom with twin oak beds, wardrobe, bedside tables and lamps. A fully tiled bathroom with full size bath, WC, sink, oak cabinet, shower wet area, bed linen, bath and hand towels.
The whole of the property has underfloor heating run from an air source heat pump.

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