The Square at Parwich

07976 802096

About The Square

Luxury Self-Catering Cottage

About The Square, Parwich

Whatever your plans for your break here in the Peak District, come rain or shine, winter or summer, determinedly active or deliciously slothful - the Square will give you an added dimension.

We're dog-friendly, super comfortable, and very well equipped. The house is roomy, light and airy, elegantly furnished with a sun-trap courtyard right outside the front door and a secluded garden full of fruit trees and flowers.

Dining at The Square
The Courtyard

The Square sleeps 4/5. Our guests frequently comment on the luxury and comfort of our huge beds and wonderful bedlinen. There are 3 bedrooms – 2 large doubles with super/king beds and a cosy single. Each has the best quality linen and towels. The principal bedroom on the first floor has a wide mullioned window and window seat, overlooking the garden, for you to watch the world go by. The top floor is a light filled suite of double bedroom and snug/games room. The ground floor drawing room is especially comfortable with a log burner under the original stone mantel. We have wi-fi, BT TV, mobile phone reception, a landline for guests' use, TV/DVD, CDs. The first floor bathroom has just undergone a complete upgrade and redecoration and now offers a spacious walk in shower, which our guests have indicated they prefer.

It's a real "cook's" kitchen equipped with everything you could want, including a large collection of cookery books. Centre stage, the Rayburn radiates gentle background warmth and for cooking it's a joy to use. There's also a microwave and we are very happy to provide a first night supper on arrival. There’s a welcome basket of goodies to get you started and basic supplies in the store cupboard.

Country Kitchen in The Square
Our Country Kitchen

You can park outside and there is also a garage for secure storage - great for bikes.

Outside the door, the village of Parwich awaits you - it is tranquil, the most noticeable sounds come from the birds. It's full of handsome stone houses, a church by the village green, a pond and a buzzing local pub – the Sycamore. The locals are outgoing and sociable and there is always something going on – regular film shows, art exhibitions, the annual Gardens Open day in late June and the hugely popular "Wakes Week" celebrations in early July. There's a useful village website and a recent innovation – excellent "mobile" fish & chips on the green every other Thursday evening.

Just beyond the village there's masses to see and do – all close to hand. The Square is very close to key entry points on the Tisssington Trail for walkers and cycling enthusiasts

Cyclist on the Tissington Trail
Cyclist on the Tissington Trail, by Anthony Parkes (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Contact us - Sue & Victor Bridgett
Telephone +44 (0) 1335 346104 or +44 (0) 7976 802096