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Oaktree Cottage
High Peak Junction Whatstandwell
Cromford
Derbyshire

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Standing privately in a wooded part of the beautiful valley of the River Derwent, this cosy and delightful, beamed cottage has been carefully created from part of a detached barn. There is direct access to fields and woodland; and nearby footpaths and many cycle trails (cycle storage available) make for wonderful forays amongst lovely scenery. The High Peak Trail and Cromford Canal are nearby. Gulliver's Kingdom theme park and the cable cars at Matlock Bath are just 2 miles away. Carsington for watersports and Crich tramway museum are both 4 miles. Choice of pubs, restaurants and shops within 2 miles.

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