Eyam View Cottage is grade ll listed and was built in the early 19th Century. The cottage is located on the edge of the famous village of Eyam, known as the “Plague village”, in the heart of the Peak District National Park.
The cottage is set in a pretty courtyard with access to 25 acres of beautiful countryside. Eyam View Cottage provides luxurious self-catering holiday accommodation for five people.
Eyam has a fascinating history. Nearly 350 years ago the villagers of Eyam took drastic action to prevent the spread of the plague and closed the village to outsiders. The plague came to Eyam via cloth imported from London and claimed its first victim in 1665. The village mourned the death of 260 inhabitants, nearly half of the population of the village. This act of bravery is very well known to everyone in Derbyshire.