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We had a fabulous Valentine weekend in Douglas barn. Angela, the owner, had added extra touches, candles, heart cakes and roses, which were lovely and set the scene.
The barn is wonderful, with everything you could ever need. It's warm and cozy, and lovely to...More
WArrived a bit early, but were warmly welcomed, in fact there was a home made chocolate cake along with other things such as butter milk bread etc..... The barn is very well equipped with all you need. For me the one thing I dislike is...More
Where to start. We stayed in Toms Barn and took our pug for a mid week break. The photos don't do the barn justice, it's so much lovelier when you're there in person. The owners have thought of everything to make your stay comfortable. Every...More
Thank Samantha R
Response from Ange D, Owner at Tom's Barn and Douglas's BarnResponded 2 February 2016
Glad you enjoyed our lovely cosy barn and we hope to see you back here soon. Thank you for taking the time to add a review, maybe we need to enhance the photos.
Great location for exploring Peak District,extremely welcoming, even had the fire lit, candles on, music playing and delicious homemade cake on arrival. Well laid out barn very comfortable for the 2 of us plus Pepper the Puggle
We had the most amazing weekend stay at Douglas's Barn and enjoyed every minute of it. Ange and Robert made our visit so memorable and were such fantastic hosts. The barn had all the kitchen essentials to make a hearty meal and keep us comfortable....More
Response from Ange D, Owner at Tom's Barn and Douglas's BarnResponded 8 October 2015
It was such a pleasure to be part of this happy event. It is the first engagement I have had in the barns although I have lots of other great celebrations take place there. I wish you both the best for the future.
Response from Angela D | Property representative |
The Sycamore in Parwich village a 10ins walk is dog friendly. A short car journey will take you to Bentley Brook, the Coach and Horses and for something a bit different The George at Alstonefield and the Duncombe Arms at... More
The Sycamore in Parwich village a 10ins walk is dog friendly. A short car journey will take you to Bentley Brook, the Coach and Horses and for something a bit different The George at Alstonefield and the Duncombe Arms at Elastone. Plenty of dog friendly places to go
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"Both barns are beautiful but if you have a dog, book Tom's Barn."