Nestled in a row of four cottages is this quaint cottage located on a working farm surrounded by rolling hills on the edge of the Peak District is perfect for couples, friends and small families.
Nestled amongst a cluster of similar properties, this cosy retreat for couples and small families is a comfortable haven with an eco-friendly vibe. You’ll be located on the cusp of the Churnet Valley, making this an excellent choice for outdoor enthusiasts. Reconnect with nature and soak up the views across the wooded valley, perhaps treating your party to an exciting day trip to Stoke-on-Trent, 11 miles away, to learn more about its fascinating history of pottery making. The shared outdoor areas provide a soothing setting for an evening glass of wine around the firepit on your return, and there is a shared indoor play barn too.
Inside, your abode is cosy yet stylish with an inviting lounge for snuggling up to watch TV after a busy day, and the country cottage-style kitchen is brimming with charm for all those home-cooked meals you’ll be enjoying. Pull up a chair and tuck into a delicious breakfast then slip outside for coffee on the patio to watch the countryside spring to life all around you. Upstairs, both bedrooms are a treat with sloping beamed ceilings and an en-suite shower room apiece. Completing the property is a handy downstairs shower room.
The Churnet Valley Railway is within reach, and boarding a steam train at Froghall will reward you with marvellous views as you puff along the tracks. The Caldon Canal offers a scenic route to enjoy on foot or by bike, gliding along the towpath and stopping at a country inn for a slap-up lunch washed down with local ale. Alton Towers, 7 miles away, has a plethora of white-knuckle rides guaranteed to test even the most daring of thrill-seekers but, for those who prefer a potter around museums followed by coffee, Stoke-on-Trent, 11 miles away, is the place to visit.