Ballfields Barn, – Home 348945 Barn
- 2 bedrooms
- 4 sleeps
- 3 nights min stay
Ballfields Barn, – Home 348945
- 2 bedrooms
- sleeps 4
- 3 nights min stay
Barn / 2 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 4
- Child friendly
- Car essential
- Pet friendly
- Private garden
Description from owner
A detached Barn conversion in the grounds of the owners property, in a beautiful tranquil rural location in Bradnop,in the Staffordshire Peak District, an area of outstanding natural beauty, with stunning views of the surrounding countryside.Enjoy its amenities along with the delightful setting, on the edge of a nature reserve and within easy reach of all the riches of the Derbyshire and Staffordshire Peak District. Ballfields Barn is a luxury self catering holiday cottage, converted in 2011 and sleeps up to 4 adults. Spend days out walking The Coombes or wander around local market towns and picturesque villages, or visit the wealth of historic buildings, The National Memorial Arboretum the UK's Centre of Remembrance,and gardens such as Biddulph Grange and Dorothy Clive.We are well located near the historic market town of Leek (3 miles). The area offers wonderful opportunities to explore the ceramics trail, go geocaching, enjoy adventure and excitement.There are many attractions
A detached Barn conversion in the grounds of the owners property, in a beautiful tranquil rural location in Bradnop,in the Staffordshire Peak District, an area of outstanding natural beauty, with stunning views of the surrounding countryside.Enjoy its amenities along with the delightful setting, on the edge of a nature reserve and within easy reach of all the riches of the Derbyshire and Staffordshire Peak District. Ballfields Barn is a luxury self catering holiday cottage, converted in 2011 and sleeps up to 4 adults. Spend days out walking The Coombes or wander around local market towns and picturesque villages, or visit the wealth of historic buildings, The National Memorial Arboretum the UK's Centre of Remembrance,and gardens such as Biddulph Grange and Dorothy Clive.We are well located near the historic market town of Leek (3 miles). The area offers wonderful opportunities to explore the ceramics trail, go geocaching, enjoy adventure and excitement.There are many attractions within a short drive, Alton Towers (9miles), Rudyard Lake and The Churnet Valley Railway , and the Manifold Valley. There is a wealth of pubs and restaurants in the town and outlying villages to suit all tastes and pockets.The Barn is accredited with 4 stars with a Gold Award from Visit England Quality in Tourism. The Barn has a traditional stone exterior and offers spacious open plan living with a modern fully fitted oak painted kitchen, comfortable lounge with woodburning stove;quality contemporary furnishings throughout, natural slate and oak floors; superbly equipped with quality appliances, dishwasher,cooker, microwave, washer, dryer, fridge, freezer, flatscreen freeview TV, DVD, WiFi, iron, ironingboard and hairdryers. The shower room is beautifully appointed with Travertine marble, a power shower and luxury fittings, there is a roll top bath in the bathroom.The 2 twin bedded rooms have low beams (one room can be made into a super king size double on request,only if there are just 2 guests). The beds have pure luxury goosedown and feather toppers and are fitted with quality 100% Egyptian cotton bed-linen, and soft luxurious towels are all provided. The wow factor is the location which offers stunning views. We face south down a sheltered valley, next to farmland and surrounded by wooded slopes.The property is situated 0.8 miles from the A523 Leek-Ashbourne Road, opposite the entrance to RSPB Coombes Valley Nature Reserve.
This incredible location is ideal for walkers,cyclists (Manifold Track) and climbing (The Roaches). Cycle hire (Brown End farm), horse riding,(Northfield Farm trekking centre) fishing and golf (Westwood and Birchall courses) nearby. In addition,stable facilities are available for those visitors wishing to bring their horses with them to take advantage of the superb equestrian facilities in the area.
Location description from owner
The England region
The spectacular Staffordshire Moorlands is set in The Peak District National Park.Some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. The terrain is mostly moorland with forests and lakes stretching out across rolling hills and crags and fragmented farmland. The Staffordshire Moorlands is within the White Peak area, which stretches from Ashbourne to Castleton, including Manifold Valley, Dovedale and Ilam Park.The area provides opportunities for fantastic outdoor adventure for everyone. From great climbing on The Roaches to cycling in the picturesque Manifold Valley and Tissington Trail, canoeing on Tittesworth Reservoir to walking in lovely Dovedale and horse hacking and trekking from Flash. Visit the many places of interest the area has to offer; Eyam Hall and village,Chatsworth House, Hardwick Hall and Park Tissington Hall, Trentham Gardens, Alton Towers and many National Trust properties, Biddulph Grange Gardens, Haddon Hall. Stoke on Trent the home of the pottery industry, visit the Moorcroft Heritage visitor centre, Wedgewood Museum, and don't forget to see the Staffordshire Hoard at Hanley Museum.Many picturesque villages to visit with good places to shop and eat. Only 9 miles from Alton Towers.
The characterful market town of Leek lies at the heart of the Staffordshire Peak District. Steeped in history with links to William Morris and the Arts and Crafts movement. Leek is a lovely town to explore. Don't miss the fantastic weekly markets held for more than 800 years. The unspoilt town centre is a refreshing change from modern shopping malls, it offers plenty of individual retailers and has some unique speciality antique shops. You will be able to explore huge Victorian mills, formerly silk mills but now housing antique centres and traditional and contemporary art galleries.Leek also has many popular supermarkets: Waitrose, Sainsburys, Morrisons, Asda, Aldi and the Co-op,or get your order delivered.
The lovely Rudyard Lake has been a favourite beauty spot for visiting families for over 200 years. The lake is surrounded by lush woodland, with beautiful walks that take you around the lake which are quite gentle. The perfect spot for a picnic, some tranquil fishing, sailing, rowing boat hire, boat trips up the lake or a narrowgauge steam train ride. RSPB Coombes Valley Reserve is one of the best places for wildlife in the UK, in an SSSI. Just across the road from Ballfields Barn. Many birds come to our feeders and garden, greater spotted woodpeckers, nuthatches, chaffinches, wrens, robins, treecreepers, black birds, bull finches, jays and collared doves. And the ever present sparrowhawk, lovely but lethal. Buzzards mew overhead and beautiful barn owls fly silently over the fields. Foxes, badgers, hares, weasels and deer can be seen. You can walk through delightful oak woodland, follow fascinating nature trails and sit and muse by the babbling Coombes brook. Churnet Valley has a truly beautiful heritage railway, just 2 miles away, deep in the heart of Staffordshire Moorlands, enjoy a steam train ride between Cheddleton and Froghall, incorporating the splendour of Consall Forge and the Churnet Valley. Special events include 1940's weekend in summer, Halloween special and Santa and Steam throughout December.
Ballfields Barn is so situated that there is a vast selection of places to visit and sights to see and novelties to explore. Because this is an area of such natural beauty then a quiet restful holiday in rural tranquility is just as possible as a holiday of activity and exploration, and if Heritage is your thing then you will be delighted to discover that a host of interesting properties are all within easy driving distance.
- Great for children of all ages
- Pets welcome
Bed & bathroom
- 4 Single Beds
- 2 En suites, 1 Shower room
- Wi-Fi available
- Shared garden
- Private garden
- Internet access
- Central heating
- Staffed property
- Washing machine
- Clothes dryer
- DVD player
- Hair dryer
- Linen provided
- Towels provided
- Secure parking
- Not suitable for wheelchair users
- Check in time:15:00, Check out time:10:00
- If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
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- No smoking at this property
- Cancellation policy
We do not provide facilities for small children eg cot, high chair or stair gate.Guests can bring their own equipment.
About the owner
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- Calendar updated::
- 19 Mar 2017
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Languages spoken: English
This Barn has 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and sleeps 4. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 23 Mar 2013. Located in Leek, it has 29 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £430 to £730.
The Owner has a response rate of 95% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 19 Mar 2017.
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