Jasmine cottage is a lovely quaint cottage.
The area is perfect for ramblers /walking and quiet rest and relaxation.
There is free wiifii. Towels are supplied. Good kitchen, well stocked with pots and pans etc for you to prepare a meal.
The hosts literally live next door.
There are 2 cottages side by side if you need more space to rent for a larger group.
The hosts are simply lovely.
Chris and Nagarita. A lovely touch to arrive to fresh milk, cake and flowers.
The fire looks like a coal burner.. it is infact gas... it is large and so warm and lovely.
The beds are comfy with good quality quilts. Bedrooms were warm, just right temperature.
There are plenty of board games to play, and information about the local area.
It would be hard to criticise..
I would just say, the music player needs a new plug (no outer cover) and the TV only had one working channel.
Remember to turn the heating off at night.. it's very noisy in the small bedroom however it was fine once turned off and the room was warm.
There's lots to do in the area. There are 3 pubs.. our meal in the local pub was great.
There's a bakery, post office and general store.
I have to say I loved it and hope to return
Thanks Margarita and Chris.. perfect charming hosts.
Jasmine Cottage is perfectly situated in a quaint, quiet village with views over the hills and dales which I never grew tired of! We arrived to a very friendly welcome from Nagarita, who had placed flowers on the table, milk in the fridge, and a most delicious cake on the kitchen counter! The cottage was spotlessly clean and very comfortable.
Plenty of lovely walks right from the doorstep for the ambitious hiker, or for those like us, who just enjoy a gentle rural ramble ... There's something for everyone! We also enjoyed exploring the many charming small villages and towns in the Peak District, and Youlgreave's location is perfect for that.
We'll be back for sure when next in England!
We stayed in Jasmine cottage for one week in October. The cottage had everything we needed, great location and Nagarita and Chris were wonderful hosts, available but not intrusive. Just take the food and drink you require for your stay and everything else is provided. Warming gas fire for the chillier evenings. Sitting out in the allotment with the sun going down was a lovely way to end the day.
In the village there are three pubs, The George, dated and in need of refurbishment but the food and ale were good. The Bulls Head seems to be the locals pub. Food only served for half of the week. The Farm Yard was the best of the three with great food and service but you do need to reserve your table.
There are some great walks around the Youlgreave area. We walked to Bakewell, Over Haddon, stopping off at the Lathkill Hotel in Over Haddon before making our way back. Mam Tor in Hope Valley is 30 minutes drive but quite spectacular. Ladybower reservoir is also 30 minutes away and is a nice easy walk around it with cafe half way. Chatsworth Gardens are superb, but we found the house itself to be confused and it didn't hold our interest at all.
All in all it was a wonderful relaxing week, with the perfect location to base ourselves. We would absolutely recommend Jasmine cottage, and yes, the cake and flowers were a lovely thought.
We arrived unexpectedly (due to a mis-communication) but could not have received a warmer welcome. The cottage is located just on a hill above a beautiful picturesque walk along a river which is like stepping back in time. Being set in the Peak Disctrict, there are obviously plenty of wonderful walks and lovely shops can be found closeby in Bakewell and Buxton whilst not being far from Sheffield and Chesterfield.
The cottage was clean and incredibly comfortable with fresh flowers and milk, coffee tea etc provided and then we were treated with a fresh home-made cake delivered.
This cottage did not feel like a holiday rental but more like we were friends/family staying. The owners really are truly lovely people who go out of their way to make your stay as comfortable as possible without being intrusive. I only wish we'd had longer and was reluctant to leave.
I cannot rate them and their cottage highly enough and will definitely be returning now we've found it as we have a daughter studying at Uni of Sheffield.