Coach House Cottage Reviews
I would highly recommend this accommodation. Very clean and comfortable; everything was almost new and furnished to a high standard. Tastefully decorated. Centrally located in the Hope Valley with easy access.
Would definitely stay again.
- Shashi, Bournemouth, June 21 -
Lovely place and great host, highly recommend. Thank you for the stay, it was lovely.
- Evalina, June 21 -
Great location in the village which was so peaceful, friendly hosts who made sure our arrival was hassle free & accommodation spotless.
- Alex, Radcliffe on Trent, May 21 -
A cosy, comfortable and well equipped home from home, which is much bigger than it looks in the photos! Eyam is a preetty and friendly village with lots of informative signs about its sad history, with easy access to other areas of the peaks, and we greatly enjoyed the cakes and breakfast in the Tea Room too! we would happily return.
- Serena, Portsmouth, June 21 -
What a lovely, spacious apartment, comfortable beds, a lovely walk in shower - which my elderly mum loved! The kitchen had everything we needed - perfect! Lesley and Janice were very welcoming and did everything to make our stay a great one. Very well-positioned in the Peaks for all the gorgeous villages. Great for walking and cycling and I would recommend the Hathersage Lido for an outdoor swim - if you feel the need! Need to book ahead though. A lovely holiday. I'm sure we'll be back.
- Susan, Henley-On-Thames, June 21 -
A lovely spotlessly clean apartment which is more like a cottage than a flat. Really spacious. Extremely comfortable in a home from home way. Right at the centre of the village, and with the cafe below the hub of village life (not counting the Miner’s Arms across the road). Brilliant kitchen with large range style gas /electric cooker. Eyam itself is SO quiet and peaceful (despite its sad history in a previous pandemic), yet perfectly located for exploring Derbyshire. Especially recommend is the stunning walk along Cubar Edge from the car park just four miles away.
- Peter, Northwich, May 21 -
Coach House Annexe Reviews:
Perfect location, great for walking and exploring the local area. Room was clean, tidy and great for a stopover! Would recommend.
- Millie, Devon, Jul 21 -
Very comfy accommodation with everything needed to enjoy Eyam and surrounding area. Nice breakfast in the tea room too....
- Clive, North Somerset, June 21 -
Great location in the village which was so peaceful , friendly hosts who made sure our arrival was hassle free & accommodation spotless.
- Sean, Derby, June 21 -
The room was exactly what I wanted; it was very clean, lovely hot shower and comfy bed. The little fridge was very useful and some fresh milk had been left in it for me to use, and some crockery and glasses alongside the kettle. The village is lovely with plenty of nice places to eat, in the market square and beyond. I had poached eggs on tasty rustic bread in the Tea Rooms for breakfast and a dinner of creamy mushroom stroganoff in the Miners Arms just over the road. A lovely place to stay and an enjoyable car journey to Chatsworth House - always a good day out.
- Carole, Sunderland, July 21 -
We had a lovely, comfortable overnight stay in what is a picture-postcard village in a truly tranquil location. Compact and fully self-contained, this is a perfect base for exploring the beautiful countryside. Easy check in and out and great breakfast in the tea room below.
- Deon and Julie, London, July 21 -
Such a great little place to stay! Janice was quick to make contact with us and made sure we knew exactly how to check in. It was easy to find, clean and comfortable, with plenty of room in the mini fridge for us to store our picnic in for a day out walking. Eyam is the prettiest village! We walked down to the Coolstone courtyard for food in the evening and had a lovely breakfast in the Eyam tearooms. We would definitely stay again.
- Claire, Northwich, June 21 -
Lovely room, loved all the decor, very stylish and comfy. The small patio with the garden mirror is a nice touch and the kettle with tea & coffee makes the stay welcoming. fridge and wine glasses make it perfection 👍 very pleasant communication with the host, would recommend! the village is also very cute and quiet, there's a nice church, pub, cafe...
- Barbora, June 21 -