Welcome to Yew Tree Cottage (sleeps 4)

A holiday cottage in Fenny Bentley, Derbyshire


Yew Tree Cottage is an attractive, detached stone cottage in the Peak District National Park and some three night breaks will cost you just over two hundred pounds. Our cottage was recently described as "the most comfortable cottage that we've ever stayed in" and "accommodation that is of the highest standard, both in terms of cleanliness and quality of finish". Many people have returned for second and third visits. Please check out Trip Adviser for further reviews (but note that booking direct with us ensures best rates) or see final paragraph below.
Situated in the picturesque village of Fenny Bentley, our cottage has been refurbished to an extremely high standard by local craftsmen.

The appeal to our large number of guests over the years is the cosy and relaxing atmosphere of the cottage. It has the typical English country cottage look and there is a small traditional garden to the front and side of the house. Just a short walk away is the excellent Coach and Horses Inn - a welcoming family run pub.
Click to read a brief history of Fenny Bentley

The cottage is in an area of beautiful countryside and easy to find at just three miles north of the delightful market town of Ashbourne.
There is also a good choice of restaurants and pubs within a short drive from the cottage. Just three miles or an excellent walk away is the widely acclaimed George at Alstonefield with its first class fare.

Surrounding Countryside

The Tissington Trail, famous for walking and cycling, is only half a mile away and beautiful Dovedale only a 45 minute walk across fields. Chatsworth House, Crich Tramway Museum, the stunning Monsal Trail, the National Memorial Arboretum, Carsington Water and Alton Towers are all easily accessible, as are all the other attractions of the Peak District.



The accommodation is on two floors - the lounge, dining kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor and two double sized bedrooms on the first floor.
The property has central heating throughout and all the modern amenities needed for a comfortable holiday, including including unlimited wifi. Regrettably, there is no wheelchair access.
We do stipulate no smoking and no pets.

Ground Floor

Well equipped Kitchen/Dining room full of character with exposed beams and original Derbyshire stone flag floor. All electric appliances including oven with grill, hob, microwave, fridge and washer/dryer.
Cosy lounge with exposed beams, log burner, flat screen TV/DVD and radio/CD player.
Stylish bathroom with under floor heating, shower over bath, WC, wash basin and shaver point.

First Floor

Two well furnished bedrooms - one has a double bed and the other has two singles. Both rooms have exposed beams.


A delightful little cottage garden to the side of the house and a small sunny sitting out area to the rear.
Garage parking for small car, together with adequate roadside parking. There are four adult bikes in the garage for the use of guests.

In 2014, a guest contacted us to say that they had decided to get married in Ashbourne and said, "Having enjoyed our stay in Yew Tree Cottage so much last year, we feel it would be perfect for our wedding weekend." In 2015 and 2016, our reviewers have said "peach of a cottage", "perfection", "immaculate" and "stunning cottage inside and out, the setting is great too as it's a small quiet village but close enough to Ashbourne and the local pub serves great food and is just a short stroll down the road." Guests after a second visit kindly commented that "the quality of the accommodation is of a very high standard and the amenities and location are also excellent." Last year, guests wrote in the visitors' book:- "When you book online, it's nice to see pictures but they did not do this cottage justice. It is so homely and has everything we could possibly need. The decor and facilities are brilliant." Other guests more recently wrote:- "Your cottage is absolutely perfect. It is so homely and comfortable." and "Fabulous cottage - so nice to walk from it to Dovedale."