This pretty Victorian terraced cottage sits behind the main square overlooking the church tower in a village with quaint shops on the edge of the magnificent Peaks. Walk straight in to a small, very cosy sitting room in French grey, with a comfy sofa and wood-burner, local photographs on the walls, and flagstones topped by a bright rug. The neat, handmade kitchen has more flagstones, wooden cupboards, and all you need for cooking up a storm; you eat in the sitting room at a table overlooking the window. Upstairs: a simple, beautiful bedroom with painted floorboards and a big antique French bed, and views over the narrow lane. There’s no wardrobe but plenty of Shaker-style hooks for clothes, extra storage space and a romantic bathroom with a claw-foot bath and white fluffy towels. For warm days there’s a sun-filled garden with a table and chairs, a lawned area, trailing clematis and a low fence between you and the neighbours. Explore the National Park for stunning walking, cycling and birding, visit Chatsworth House, antique markets, and glorious public gardens.