This detached cottage lies in Christleton, Chester, only three miles away from the historic town centre.
Well-suited for couples wanting a romantic break or a holiday away from it all, this stable conversion is ideal for some quality time.
Consisting of a characterful upside-down formation, you will discover the open-plan living area on the first floor, featuring a wonderful lounge with sumptuous seating and a woodburning stove to warm those cooler evenings.
The modern kitchen boasts its own breakfast bar, where you can relax with a coffee and plan your day ahead, and a dining area provides seating for up to four people.
Designed in a mezzanine fashion, with Velux windows and exposed beams, this is a real charm-filled haven to unwind in, especially in the evening.
The ground floor offers more comfort and relaxation including a snug hosting a sofa bed, and well appointed master bedroom.
A wet room featuring a rainfall shower completes the accommodation.
The city of Chester has much to offer tourists, with excellent shopping in the famous Rows and walks within the city boundaries, around the old Roman walls, along The Groves beside the River Dee or through the picturesque Grosvenor Park.
Alternatively, explore the Welsh mountains and coastline, not forgetting the nearby Wirral Peninsula, home to many splendid courses to tempt the golfing enthusiast, adding to this excellently located holiday cottage.
The Coach House is a delightful cottage which can be enjoyed throughout the year.
About the location
Chester 3 miles.
The pretty Cheshire village of Christleton offers visitors a shop, a traditional village inn serving food, an historic church and a large pond, home to the resident ducks! Just 3 miles away, the Roman city of Chester has quite rightly been described as 'the jewel of the North-West of England'. Perhaps the most fascinating aspect of the city is that within a very small area there is evidence of every period of history - from the old walls and amphitheatre of Roman times, through medieval churches, Elizabethan timber-framed town houses and Georgian terraces, to Victorian restorations and 21st century architecture. The city has much to offer the tourist, including excellent shopping, in the famous Rows, and lovely walks within the city boundaries - around the old Roman walls, along The Groves beside the River Dee or through the picturesque Grosvenor Park. Further afield, the stunning Welsh mountains and coastline, and the market towns and villages of Cheshire, are all within easy touring distance, whilst the nearby Wirral Peninsula has many splendid courses to tempt the golfing enthusiast.