Eyam is a beautiful village, stone cottages set in the area, quaint tea shops, friendly locals ....... amazing church, not to mention the history surrounding the village. Hard to imagine the trauma the villagers sustained all those years ago.
As for the cottage, a little gem, far more spacious than at first thought. Clean throughout, with attention to detail in all rooms.
No expense spared to make a comfortable holiday home for visitors.
Would definitely recommend and hopefully will return again.
Helen has done a great job in presenting this cottage for rental. It was immaculately clean and tastefully decorated and equipped, a pleasure to stay here. Eyam is a lovely village and we were fortunate enough to be staying during a week of festivities around their local tradition of Well Dressing. Helen was very helpful with all queries before our arrival. The cottage has a parking space which was useful as a car is needed to be able to access Eyam. A great location for exploring the surrounding Peak District.
This was a very clean, cosy well equipped cottage in an interesting village. We had an excellent stay. Would definitely recommend.
The cottage was just as described, very clean with very comfortable beds and a very nice bathroom, the other bedroom had an en suite so very handy. We loved sitting up at the top of the garden with views across the village to the hills. Eyam is a lovely little village with a very good museum explaining about the plague. The house is just off the main street so is handy for walking to all the places of interest.
Beautiful cottage which is much larger inside than its exterior would indicate. Decorated and equipped to a high standard. Love the varying levels within and the stepped garden to the rear which is a sun trap in the afternoon. Spacious family bathroom, however supply of towels was a bit limited. Not one of each size for for each person staying.
Helen was excellent in the booking process and with instructions prior to our visit.
Eyam is a quaint village, with an interesting history, however it is worth noting that the two cafes close at 4pm! Bit disappointing when you arrive at 3pm, unpack and pop down the lane in search of tea and cake to find nothing on offer.