Testimonials... what our guests say about Crow Pie Cottage

Group holiday cottage accommodation sleeping 15 people

Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, Peak District

Testimonials 2011

Crow Pie Cottage is every bit as lovely as it looks on the website. We spent New Year there and had a wonderful time. There was even a Christmas tree in the lounge next to the wood burner which made it look festive. The owner, Jackie, was very helpful and always on hand if we needed anything. The area is lovely as well - I recommend the fish and chips in the village! We will definitely return.
Homer party, Staffordshire. December 2011
Eleven of us have just spent Christmas at Crow Pie Cottage and how amazing it was! The photographs do not do it justice, from the beautiful scenery from the cottage to fantastically comfortable beds, we just did not want to come home! Part of our party were over from France and they were equally impressed, our best Christmas ever. Everything you need for a fantastic break away from home has been provided.
Martin family, Lancashire. December 2011
We all had a fantastic weekend in your lovely cottage and Matlock Bath is beautiful!
Hartas hen party, Bedfordshire. November 2011
Many thanks for a lovely stay in Crow Pie Cottage. The cottage was beautiful, sparkling clean and had everything we needed, from a spectacular view to an iPod dock in each room. Jackie was really helpful and recommended some great places for us to visit – on her recommendation we enjoyed lunch in the Princess Victoria pub and some very entertaining pot-painting at Going Potty! We’d certainly visit again, thanks for a great stay.
Katy's hen party, Manchester. November 2011
Great week. Fantastic house. Fire wonderful. Slow cooker a dream to come back to after a day cycling. Really enjoyed cycling on the Monsal Trail and High Peak Trail. Alton Towers enjoyed by most!
Patterson family, Cambridge. October 2011
Wonderful house in a lovely area! Great for a family break. Highlights for the kids and adults - cycling and Alton Towers.
Atkins family, Cambridge. October 2011