01332 913113

Visually stunning 5 star stable conversion in Derbyshire

Main points to remember
Visually incredible property
Very pretty location and surroundings
Games room
Sun deck and playfield


This visually stunning and imposing early 19th century building was originally the coach house and stables for the nearby Owl Coaching Inn, (reputedly a haunt of highwayman Dick Turpin), thats now a fine old farm some half a mile from the historic Derwent valley mill town of Belper

The buildings fine stone exterior – with hand-cut lintels, vaulted coach-ways, mighty wrought-iron detailing – and its interior, which retains and highlights superb barrel-vaulted ceilings, cast-iron saddle-racks and unique arching cast-iron roof trusses; all these together emphasize the quality and historic importance of this Grade II Listed structure, which is now carefully transformed into a quality holiday residence

The property overlooks a wooded dell and adjoins a 2-acre paddock and play field with ample parking, thats reached by steep steps running down from the stable yard. The Black Brook trout stream runs alongside the paddock and is just beautiful

Stable Conversion, Belper - max occupancy 20 people
What a cracking place to stay. We loved the space and all the unique charm of the place
Graham - father of the bride on Steves' stag do

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