A charming cottage full of atmospheric features such as log effect fire, and oak beams. The cottage is situated on the Peak District/Cheshire border in a peaceful rural village looking out to the Peak District hills. The area offers a network of countryside walks, biking, photography as well as a wealth of local heritage including Chatsworth House.
The cottage has a spacious lounge / dining area with TV, DVD and Hi-fi with iPod connectivity plus free WiFi. The double doors in the lounge lead out to a patio and a spacious garden area. The fully fitted kitchen includes electric cooker, washer, dryer, microwave, fridge and freezer.
The stairs lead to spacious bedrooms, one twin room and one king sized room. A cot and mattress can be provided if requested at the time of booking. The fully fitted upstairs bathroom includes bath, electric shower, wash basin and WC. The bedrooms and lounge have South facing windows which look out over fabulous views of the Pennine hills.
The surroundings villages and towns host wonderful country pubs and restaurants.
Rural location with lovely walks and views.
Well presented cottage with a warm welcome.
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Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. Bed linen and towels included.
Pets Allowed: No.
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Oil
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Parking space for the cottage plus large garden area with patio.
Local Services: The nearby towns of Congleton and Macclesfield provide a range of supermarkets and high street shops.
Cities such as Manchester, Chester and Stoke on Trent are all accessible within the hour.
From the M6 exit at junction 17 for Sandbach following signposts for Congleton.
In Congleton the road comes to a roundabout, follow signposts for Macclesfield.
At the next roundabout take the second exit towards Macclesfield.
At Tesco/Shell roundabout go straight on.
Then straight through at the traffic lights.
At the Grove Inn the road divides, bear right then left following signs to Macclesfield onto the A536.
The road goes through the village of Eaton.
After leaving the village of Eaton the road turns sharply. Immediately after the sharp bend take the first right into Bank Lane signposted for North Rode and Bosley.
One mile down Bank lane is North Rode Church.
Turn left in front of the church, Yew Tree Farm is the first drive on the right before the gates.