Eyam, England. Listing 2068

ID #2068

Eyam, England Rural No House
4 2 2
1st Oct 2020  to  31st Oct 2020
1st Nov 2020  to  30th Nov 2020
New Zealand
1st Dec 2020  to  5th Jan 2021
Mid-term Exchange (2-4 weeks)

A self contained part of our property is available all year round. It consists of two bedrooms, kitchen (with washing machine and dishwasher) and lounge with log fire. It is south facing and overlooks the peak district countryside. There is an outdoor patio with seating for the summer months. The unit is advertised on air bnb but is available free of charge for a suitable home swap. See Longcroftview on airbnb for a description and more photos of our property.

Dishwasher, DVD player, Garden, Microwave, Parking, Television, Use of bicycle, Washing machine
No Smoking
Sorry no pets
Children welcome
Car swap not available
Sheffield Manchester

Eyam is in the heart of the Peak District National Park. It is a village with a fascinating history linked to the Great Plague of the 1600s. The village has a museum and hall dating back to the 1700s (now run by the National Trust). There are a number of gift shops and tea rooms in the village as well as a pub, grocery store and post office. Numerous hill walks are accessible from the village and surrounding countryside. Bakewell (famous for its puddings) and Chatsworth House, home of the Duke of Devonshire and film set for Pride and Prejudice and The Duchess are a 10 / 15 minute drive from Eyam. The caves at Castleton and Kinder Scout (the highest Peak in Derbyshire) are 20 / 30 minute drive.

The map marker is a general indicator of the local area only.
Fishing, Horse riding, Sightseeing, Tennis, Theme Parks, Walking

There are a number of golf courses near to Eyam: the very picturesque course at Bakewell (10/15 minute drive from Eyam) and Sickleholme golf club at Bamford as well as courses in Chesterfield and Sheffield.

Jill English 4 Yes
No 58years teacher British

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Paul is a retired teacher and now runs a small gardening business. Jill is still teaching in a Sheffield primary school. We both love the countryside where we live and cycle and walk as often as we can. We are hoping to visit our daughter in Australia this Christmas.  She is homesick at the moment and cannot visit England as her Visa will not be sorted in time.  Our two adult sons will be accompanying us so we can have a special family Christmas together:-)  We are also looking to travel to Australia and New Zealand in the summer of 2019.