This wonderful, Grade II listed self-catering holiday cottage, originally built for use by the former Mill Workers, retains many original period features. More...
The cottage has been designed to provide guests with a touch of luxury and comfort whilst experiencing a great stay as well as being a quaint retreat for those looking to explore the wonderful location of Belper and the surrounding area, or simply those looking to escape their day-to-day life.
Jedediah cottage has 2 bedrooms and sleeps up to 4
(1 king size bed, 2 single beds, 1 family bathroom)
Jedediah Cottage has been skillfully and sympathetically renovated and retains many period features to offer accommodation full of character, perfectly located in the centre of Belper.
Externally, there is a rear patio and barbecue area and a rear garden to relax and enjoy the outside space the property has to offer.
Long Row was built by the Strutts between 1792 - 1797 and was one of the first of several high quality terraces with houses built for the workers at the Strutt Family Mills. Long Row terrace houses are all of the Georgian period and Long Row still is stone paved as original.
In 1840 the North Midland Railway demolished 15 houses in Long Row to make way for the nearby train line.