The Bothy is a spacious, stone terrace cottage resting amidst the undulating countryside of the Peak District National Park.
Its quirky antique furnishings and rural location make it perfect for large groups looking to escape to the country for a while.
Set on a peaceful courtyard, enter the property and on your right sits the charming, large kitchen/diner, boasting a dining table set for 12.
The layout also boasts a wonderful, fully appointed kitchen with a stunning range cooker and pleasant cream-coloured units.
Take your pick of homely spots to relax at The Bothy, a smaller sitting room is perfect for watching a favourite film away from the group, while the more spacious sitting room, set with an enticing woodburning stove, is just perfect for some quality time with your loved ones.
The first floor of the property plays host to six charming bedrooms, fit with antique features and with four luxurious super-king size beds, the other two bedrooms are occupied by a double and a single bed.
Choose from three delightful bathrooms to get ready for your days, all with unique layouts adding their own individual charm.
Appreciate the idyllic surroundings of The Bothy from the wonderful patio area, enjoying far-reaching views of the glorious Peak District.
Head west, out of the National Park to find the stunning Cheshire market town of Macclesfield, abounding in fine pubs, eateries and things to do to make your visit a memorable one.
Alternatively, delve into the wonders of the Peak District, where as well as scenic walking and cycling paths, you will find superb spots such as the striking spa town of Buxton with its sublime architecture.
To celebrate that special occasion with your loved ones, The Bothy could be the stay for you.
Six bedrooms: 4 x super king-size (2 are zip/link, can be twins on request) and one with single sofa bed, 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with a shower over, basin and WC, bathroom with a hand-held shower, basin and WC, bathroom with a separate shower, basin and WC, ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Utility. 2 x Sitting room one with woodburning stove.
About the location
Buxton 7 miles; Macclesfield 7 miles.
Claiming to be where the last wild boar in England was hunted, Wildboarclough is a sleepy little village rich in history and characteristic builds. Set on the western edges of the Peak District National Park, equidistant between Macclesfield and the spa town of Buxton, this is an idyllic spot from which to discover the many delightful towns and villages of the area. There are some wonderful walks surrounding the village and for those seeking a challenge, make sure to climb Shuttlingsloe, the ‘Matterhorn of Cheshire’, which rises steeply to the western outskirts of Wildboarclough. The little ones will love a visit to Blaze Farm, where they can meet the animals and enjoy the natural trails, whilst everyone will relish a homemade ice cream on the farm before heading home! The Ship Inn, the second highest pub in the UK, is just three miles to the north, providing the perfect spot for a pint of local ale and a bite to eat after a bracing walk. Spend the day in the beautiful town of Buxton, just a short drive away, with its seasonal festivals and events, grand structures, pretty gardens, theatres, shops and range of restaurants. A short drive to Macclesfield in the opposite direction offers the opportunity to discover the history, mills and museums of this former silk manufacturing town. The whole of the Peak District National Park is at your fingertips from this lovely location.