Hidden Cottage for Two in Cheadle Staffordshire
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Cottage / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
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Cottage / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
Tucked behind Cheadle's charming Georgian High St. Hidden Cottage offers spacious quality self catering accommodation, a secluded retreat for couples wanting peace and quiet as well as all the town's amenities on the doorstep. Why not settle in and use Hidden Cottage in Cheadle Staffordshire as a base for short summer breaks.
Hidden cottage is an ideal location for exploring the countryside of the Peak district as well as the Roaches, Churnet Valley, Consall Forge, Dovedale and the Manifold Valley. Visit the market towns of Leek, Ashbourne and Bakewell and the Spa town of Buxton which are all are within easy reach. Stately homes Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Gawsworth Hall are all within an hours drive (32 mile radius). The National Memorial Arboretum 30 miles, Uttoxeter Racecourse 10.5 miles. Easy access to JCB and Lafarge and a good bus service to Hanley for the Theatre Royal,Regent Theater and nightclubs. Trentham Gardens and Monkey Park approx 7 miles away. A great base for visiting the factory shops of the Potteries and Gladstone Pottery Museum and Alton Towers theme park is just a 15 minute drive down the road. Walk around the Market Town of Cheadle Staffordshire and discover " Pugin's gem" St Giles Church designed and built by Augustin Pugin who is famous for designing the Houses of Parliament.Visit the the Victorian indoor market. Supermarkets,shops and pubs all within walking distance. Lovely coffee shops and Craft and Vintage Stores are just a short stroll from the door.The accommodation at Hidden Cottage consists of a comfortable living room with Satellite TV 32'' flat screen television, books ,games and DVDs provided. French doors lead to a lovely private terraced courtyard ( a sun trap ) for you to use, perfect for outdoor dining. 8 Steps down to the entrance. One step down to the kitchen and a step up to the bedroom with king size bed and en suite shower. Reserved parking nearby with pass provided.
NB. Hidden Cottage is not suitable for children or babies and it has been designed as spacious and luxury self catering accommodation for two people only please do not ask if extra beds can be put in as a refusal may offend. Parking is a short distance away approximately 50 yds. Sorry No Pets. Book early to avoid disappointment.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Birmingham, Manchester, East Midlands all with in an hour, Nearest railway: Bythe Bridge 4 miles, Stoke Station 10 miles|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||King Beds (1), Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 3|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Staffordshire region
Staffordshire Moorlands offers the most spectacular countryside of the Peak District, soft undulating fields and meadows contrasting with the rugged beauty of the Roaches surrounded by heather covered moorland.
The area provides a variety of interests for your holiday. Climbing on the roaches, Canal walks from Froghall to the pretty Consall Forge valley, Churnet Valley railway and Combes valley nature reserve, Rudyard Lake and cycling in the Manifold valley are all with in a short drive.
The potteries which only 11 miles away has the factory shops of Emma Bridgewater, Moorcroft , Ainsley China, Wedgewood, Royal Doulton and Spode. A visit to the Gladstone Museum offers a great insight in how the beautiful china and earthenware was made.
If you don't want to drive a good bus service takes you into Handley, Stoke on Trent for the Regent Theatre and the Theatre Royal. JCB on the doorstep and Lafarge Cauldon Low 6 miles.
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24 Feb 2015
This cottage is well titled. It is Hidden behind the high street in this little town. It is perfect for two and has just what you need for a self catering holiday. Everything has been thought of to make your holiday comfortable. Great bathroom including toiletries if you forget yours, amazingly comfortable bed. A dressing table was a treat!! Cosy living room with super efficient electric Fire. Bonus having lots of tv channels and wifi! The kitchen is very well equipped and the owners include tea coffee and sugar. They also left us a pint of milk and a lovely bunch of flowers. The town is great too. 2 supermarkets, butchers, chemist, post office etc all with in walking distance. You also have to try the oatcake shop if you are from out of the area!! We had such a lovely relaxing week away and would thoroughly recommend this cottage.
10 Oct 2014
"A beautiful retreat for two"
The hidden cottage in Cheadle is truly remarkable. Just a few yards from the busy High Street it is hidden away and incredibly quiet. With its own exclusive small well-maintained garden the cottage provides a wonderful retreat for any couple wanting to find peace and tranquillity. The interior of the cottage has been sensitively refurbished to a very high modern standard. The kitchen is immaculately clean as indeed is the whole cottage. The crockery and utensils are all of a high standard the kitchen even boasts of a washing-up machine . The kitchen incorporates a small but adequate eating area The lounge is beautifully furnished with comfortable armchairs and a 32 inch television which is connected to sky. The bedroom is also well laid out with a king-size very comfortable bed and lovely bedlinen . The bathroom contains an excellent electrics shower and other modern facilities . The cottage has a Wi-Fi hub means you can still receive your emails. During the week that we were there the weather turned much cooler we were pleasantly surprised as the heating in the cottage cut in automatically ensuring that we were always warm and comfortable. The owner could not be more helpful providing a beautiful bunch of flowers in the lounge, a pint of milk in the fridge. As we travelled by public transport we were met at the station in Stoke which made our journey so much easier. The town of Cheadle is a beautiful old market town which certainly contained all the amenities we required especially a wonderful local bakers. The location of Cheadle makes it an ideal area for people to explore The Peak District I have no hesitation in recommending cottage as an ideal retreat for two people. I am asked to give this review marks 1 to 5, I would give it 20
5 Oct 2014
"A wonderful cottage,ideally located"
We had a great stay in this lovely flat nested in the heart of a very pleasnat village.The place is very peaceful but all the shops are very close as well as restaurants and pubs.The cosy flat is spotless and beautifully decorated with the finest taste.It is spacious,equipped with everything you need and opening onto a nice patio with flowers.All around Cheadle ,you can walk in the beautiful english countryside or trek in the wild Peak district.You can also visit the somptuous stately homes or do some shopping in the nearby towns.The owner, is very friendly and most welcoming.An amazing place which we recommend without hesitation.
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