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Overbrook Barn - Buxton


Overbrook Barn - Buxton
Address: Farbrook Farm, Quarnford, Buxton, Derbyshire
Postcode: SK17 0ST
Website: http://www.peakdistrictonline.co.uk/peak-district-cottages-overbrook-barn-buxton/l1237.html
Description
Overbrook Barn is part of a beautiful 18th century farm sitting in a quiet valley in the south west corner of the Peak District National Park on the edge of the village of Flash, the highest village in Britain.

Built later than the farmhouse, the barn dates back to the early nineteenth century. A traditional pink gritstone building it was a livestock shippon with a hayloft, and was in agricultural use until early 2009 when we started converting it. Now we hope you'll find Overbrook Barn is a delightful and cosy place to spend a holiday in our spectacular countryside.

Overbrook sleeps 8 in four double bedrooms, a living and dining room with a log-burning stove, and its own gated garden which is secure for children. Well behaved pets are welcome, and I'd like you to make yourself at home on our alpaca breeding farm all 45 acres of which are at your disposal.

The cottage has its own gated and lit garden which is secure for small children. There's a barbeque area with seating for eight. There's bags of room to smoke on the farm but please don't smoke inside. The farm is your playground: treat it as if you owned the place!

"What a beautiful place! My family and I have been staying in holiday cottages for over 25 years and we caretake three of our own so our expectations are high. This barn is excellent, so warm, comfortable, and the kitchen is a pleasure to use. Hope to return!"
J.H. (2010)