The Fireman’s House at Torr Vale Mills

The Fireman’s House is one of three superbly located cottages in converted outbuildings of the Grade II* listed, Torr Vale Mill on the leafy banks of the River Goyt.

Back when the mill was in use, the arrival of steam power meant that a fire always had to be kept burning to help power the machinery.

Any outbreak of fire at the mill could have had disastrous results, so a fulltime fireman was employed to live on site. His original living quarters have now been converted into the lovely living quarters you see today.

The cottage sleeps 4 and guests will love the first floor living room with its elevated views over the valley.

Passing by the monumental chimney stack outside, head down into Torr Gorge where the award-winning Millennium Walkway allows you to surround yourself with the beauty of the historic location.

The Torr Vale Mill Cottages offer guests a unique chance to experience a trip to remember in three stunning relics of the area’s heritage.

Note: This cottage can be booked in conjunction with The Old Workshop and The Clocking In House to sleep a total of 17 people.

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