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Yew Tree Cottage
The Knoll


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Escape to enjoy a luxurious break with an award winning breakfast, a warm welcome, a relaxing stay and excellent service in the peace and charm of our elegantly furnished 18th century cottage home and pretty garden. Ideally situated for all the Peaks and Dales.

Three extremely comfortable, well appointed and traditionally furnished rooms have stunning views. Each room has its own ensuite shower/bathroom; king size beds have down duvets and feather pillows and the refreshment trays are stocked with a variety of drinks and homemade biscuits. Each room has colour television and a clock radio, a hair dryer and bathrobe. Laundry, ironing facilities and shoe cleaning materials available on request. Light refreshments are available on arrival and there is a beamed sitting room for occasional use.

Yew Tree Cottage is located in the heart of this tranquil Derbyshire Dales village in its own secluded grounds. Tansley lies 1½ miles east of Matlock, 10 miles from the M1 (junction28), is conveniently placed for East Midlands Airport and Manchester Airport and is centrally placed for all The Peak District attractions.


Ratings/Awards: Visit Britain - Quality In Tourism 4 Stars plus Silver Award
AA 4 Gold Stars - Highly Commended
AA Egg Cup Award for Breakfasts
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Person

Double: £37.50 - £47.50
Single: Prices on application
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Children Welcome - Over 12
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No Smoking Rooms - Throughout house
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Tourist Board Inspected - AA & Visit Britain - Quality In Tourism
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