ADDITIONAL BENEFITS - PARKING CAN BE TRICKY IN WINSTER, BUT SUNNYSPOT HAS IT'S OWN SECURE PARKING AREA. WE HAVE A SECURE SHED IN THE GARDEN SUITABLE FOR BICYCLES.
PLEASE NOTE - CHANGE OVER DAY AT SUNNYSPOT IS FRIDAY. THIS MEANS THAT WE CAN OFFER WEEK LONG HOLIDAYS - FRIDAY TO FRIDAY, OR SHORT BREAKS - FRIDAY TO MONDAY AND MONDAY TO FRIDAY.
Winster is ideally placed to explore The Peak District. Many walks from the door, two pubs, village shop, cafe and buses to Matlock and Bakewell.
A bright comfortable stone built cottage situated in a very quiet part of the village, yet only 3 minutes walk to the shop, post office, bus stop, pub and village church. The secluded garden enjoys the sun all day. Secure parking is situated on hard standing next to the barn in our field.
The cottage will accommodate up to four adults in comfort - you will all have plenty of space!
We also have a folder where we ask visitors to list their favourite pubs, walks, shops, villages and anything else they care to mention. This really is a 'tell it how it is' guide.
You may wish to plan your visit to coincide with one or more of our village events, Pancake Races, Wakes Week, Secret Gardens, Winster Guisers or Quiz Nights - take a look at the Winster Village Website for details.
SHORT BREAKS AT SUNNYSPOT - Weekday arrive pm Monday and leave am Friday. Weekends arrive pm Friday and leave am Monday.
For a small village, Winster has a lot going on. Shrove Tuesday sees the closing of Main Street for the Pancake Races. The Street is closed again for Carnival Day which is the last day of Wakes Week - a week long festival full of events including quizes, hill race, pet shows, and all the events you would expect from a tradtional village. Carnival Day starts with a fancy dress parade and also features the famous Winster Morris Dancers.
A couple of weeks later is our Secret Gardens. A hugely popular weekend with hundreds of visitors enjoying many open gardens, and sampling cream teas, Pimms and homemade ice creams.
Check out the (website: hidden) website for more information.
18th Century stone built cottage in the heart of this Peak District village but in a semi rural setting with views overlooking a field with sheep and chickens. Recently refurbished to a very high standard, retaining many original features. />Central heating throughout , and everything you could need for a warm, cozy and comfortable stay....