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Butterlands Farmhouse

Biddulph, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales (Ref. 958144)

4.8

(53 ratings)

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  • Sleeps 7

  • Bedrooms 3

  • Bathrooms 3

  • Pets Yes

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Features

  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Games Room
  • Sky TV
  • Broadband / WiFi

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53 Customer Reviews

  • "We thoroughly enjoyed our stay."

    A really fantastic location offering panoramic views of the beautiful moorlands and spectacular sunsets. The farmhouse was very spacious and well equipped with lots of different places to spread out and relax. The owner, Robert, was friendly and very helpful when needed. One highlight was being able to see a newly born foal, magical! We enjoyed watching the beautiful horses everyday and even booked a private lesson, which was great fun!! Dylan, our corgi, enjoyed exploring the large and attractive gardens. There is so much to see and do nearby that we hope return before too long. Do not forget to sample the local delicacies of oatcakes, pikelets and Wrights pies!!!

    Reviewed by ChrisMay 2022

  • "The perfect holiday home, for families, couples and singles."

    Will be going back

    Reviewed by KirstyMay 2022

  • "We booked Butterlands Farmhouse for our extended family to stay for a few days to attend a family funeral."

    It was such a homely place with plenty of comfortable areas for us all to sit but also little nooks to reflect on the stunning views from each window. My grandson loved the Wendy house in the kitchen - what a fab idea! The kitchen was very well-equipped and the only thing that could possibly be improved was the WiFi speed - we may have been asking too much of it as my son in law was trying to work online. I’d definitely recommend it to everyone who likes a home from home.

    Reviewed by LizMay 2022

  • "A lovely cottage in a beautiful setting, with everything we needed."

    Robert made us so welcome and he even ordered wall to wall sun! Our dogs loved the garden. We will be back

    Reviewed by HelenMar 2022

  • "We stayed at Butterlands in the storms of Feb 2022."

    What a lovely place to snuggle down and avoid the wind and rain, sitting on the comfy sofas by the Aga, looking out at the amazing views of the Peak District, or by the log fire watching TV. The property is so full of charm, from the understairs wendy house, to the tiny doors between bedrooms. The kids loved it! It felt luxurious, with en-suites to every bedroom and fluffy towels. The conservatory out the back was a lovely place to sit and read, with a cosy armchair by tons of aromatic hyacinths. The kitchen was very well equipped with everything you could need and I enjoyed cooking on the Aga, even though there was a normal oven too. It was a real bonus to have the stables attached as my horse-mad daughter was able to have a fabulous pony day and we enjoyed watching the horses out the window. Biddulph and Stoke on Trent are very close so it was easy to go to the shops, to church and cinema. When the weather cleared, we walked The Roaches and nearby Biddulph Grange Countrypark. Both lovely.

    Reviewed by SharonFeb 2022

  • "Had a fabulous week at Butterlands farmhouse."

    On arrival we were warmly welcomed by Robert who kindly left us some milk for tea ,coffee ,some wine and snacks . The house was decorated with 2 Xmas trees which was a nice touch as we were there between Christmas and new year.The cottage was clean and well equipped,and of lovely quirky character .Plenty of space to enjoy time together or our own space if needed.It was cosy and warm ,and really homely.The beds were comfy and it was useful that each bedroom had an en-suite Also It was so peaceful and quiet ,nothing to wake you in the morning if you wanted to lie in a bit . .It also had good internet which enabled my husband to work on one of the days . The garden was huge and secure so our little dogs could safely wander .Due to time of year it was very muddy so we didn’t really use garden but it would be lovely in the Spring or summer.Two of our party booked a riding lesson which they thoroughly enjoyed at the adjoining riding school . We loved the surrounding countryside , with such amazing views from the cottage and there’s plenty to do ,we had great walks all around the local area and visited a couple of national trust , some of the places we wanted to visit were sadly closed due to festive breaks , gives us an excuse to visit again another time !Thankyou Robert !

    Reviewed by JoanneDec 2021

  • "Great cottage - very quirky with all the different rooms/ spaces ."

    Property was clean - would just remove spiders from conservatory beams ( because I hate them !

    Reviewed by AnneOct 2021

  • "The farmhouse was full of character with all mod cons."

    The beds were especially comfortable. The views were wonderful and we were entertained by the riding lessons which we could see from the kitchen window. The host was very helpful and there was lots to do in the area to suit all ages and tastes,

    Reviewed by ElizabethSep 2021

  • "If you want to holiday in a flash, modern house this may not be for you."

    If however you would like an idiosyncratic, rambling, warm and comfortable stone build home with a long history, then this will be right up your street. Well furnished, with large rooms and great views over the fields and overlooking the manege where riding lessons are taken every day. The garden is large and well fenced with an abundance of seats and a summerhouse overlooking the large pond/small lake. The owner, Robert, who lives next door, is a charming, entertaining character. There are many local walks, in particular the one around Tittesworth reservoir is well worth doing as are visits to the two local National Trust properties, the stunning Biddulph Gardens and Little Moreton Hall.

    Reviewed by RogerSep 2021

  • "We had a lovely holiday and the host was really helpful"

    Reviewed by GivonaSep 2021

  • "The setting was wonderful, and the facilities really good."

    The unique and quirky elements of this property were great fun to explore.

    Reviewed by AlexAug 2021

  • "Beautiful cottage in peaceful setting."

    Cottage was spacious, immaculately clean & comfortable. Garden space was great with panoramic views every direction. Gorgeous sunsets each evening. Didn’t want to leave. The owner was friendly & helpful. Nice welcome pack with tea, coffee pods, milk etc & bottle of wine & biscuits.

    Reviewed by HayleyJul 2021

  • "Homely comfortable country cottage with outstanding views."

    Owner was courteous and helpful. Only disappointment was not having access to the pond, boat and summerhouse. This needs to be updated on the website.

    Reviewed by Peter And JulieJun 2021

  • "A very comfortable and quirky farmhouse with everything you would need, it has the added benefit of 3 bath/shower rooms plus a downstairs toilet."

    Robert and his team are always there to help or provide local information, it was the perfect base for our stay. The only thing I would say is you have a mind your head in the upstairs level doorways but the house as a whole is very well equipped. Perfect house for visiting the Peak District. We would definitely book this house again.

    Reviewed by SueMay 2021

  • "The position was excellent, the accommodation spacious and really comfortable, the garden was great, big enough to walk our old dog down to the pond (which is safely fenced off) and providing wonderful views and we were provided with everything you could possibly need, including a welcome bottle of wine and nibbles."

    The grandchildren especially children loved it, they stood on chairs in the kitchen to watch the horses out of the window, an added bonus, and played daily in 'their' little house under the stairs. This made the stay even more enjoyable of course. The listing says 3 bedrooms on the bullet points but goes on to describe 4! It does state that the single room interconnects with one of the bedrooms but upstairs all bedrooms are interconnected, although the master bedroom, which has it's own sitting area, also has it's own staircase and en suite so is easily seperated from the other 2 upstairs rooms and bathroom.

    Reviewed by ElizabethDec 2020

  • "Excellent property, very comfortable and homely."

    We had a great week staying there as a group of six who get together once a year. The owner, Robert couldn't have been more helpful. Would definately consider revisiting.

    Reviewed by JohnOct 2020

  • "Excellent cosy cottage really enjoyed our restful weekend and very welcoming"

    Reviewed by JaneOct 2020

  • "Because of covid we did not eat out but cooked at the cottage and it was a bit sparce on pyrex type dishes for a big family As this was the only thing I would not hesitate to recommend this holiday to anyone."

    Reviewed by DilysSep 2020

  • "They could do with some pyrex dishes and a new oven glove."

    The lounge is large so the TV needs to be larger. A lovely log fire. Really enjoyed our stay and this cottage will easily sleep 6.

    Reviewed by DavidSep 2020

  • "Spacious accommodation for 4 Good wifi so children happy."

    Needed some help setting up TV but owners promptly provided this.Great size kitchen with all utensils and amenities.Lovely to look out at the horses exercising,we even booked a lesson for ourselves Downstairs bedroom and bathroom suited elderly parents…..there were 2 steps to the lounge and downstairs bedroom but there was a grab rail for support which we managed. Peaceful and quiet with lovely views and friendly dogs outside Had 4 day post lockdown break in July 2020Feb,just relaxed read and enjoyed the quiet……or not so quiet having a play on the piano. Playhouse under stairs was a novelty,all other rooms a good size and comfortable Would book again

    Reviewed by LindaJul 2020

  • "A lovely, relaxing home with plenty of room to settle down for a read, play a game or watch the world go by."

    The garden was beautiful and secure and Charlotte and Robert were most welcoming. Thank you for a lovely stay- just what we needed

    Reviewed by MelanieJul 2020

  • "Our cottage was very warm with an aga to keep us cosy."

    It was well furnished and equipped. Plenty of space for 6 adults and we had a wonderful time. Robert, our host, could not have have been more helpful and friendly.

    Reviewed by ChrisFeb 2020

  • "Fabulous house, lots of space for five adults two children and a dog."

    Our grandson loved the dolls house in the kitchen, declared it the best house ever and wanted to live there. We had an early Christmas with our family and the house lent itself to being decorated and the aga was brilliant for cooking, Robert was a very helpful host and extremely nice We loved watching the horses and thought the garden and boating lake was brilliant. We are certainly hoping to go back next year,

    Reviewed by JaniceNov 2019

  • "This delightful farmhouse was rented for our son, his wife and 4 grandkids."

    Apart from being extremely spacious and well equipped the surrounding views were spectacular. Two of our family had riding lessons and you can watch the horses from the kitchen window. Robert was a lovely host and attentive to any requests made. We would highly recommend Butterlands farm.

    Reviewed by VSep 2019

  • "Spent a week at this lovely holiday home."

    Beautiful place in a wonderful setting. Fantastic garden for the dogs, really big and totally enclosed. Lovely for us to share it with them as well. Friendly greeting when we got there and when we left as well. Highly recommended this for a great getaway in lovely surroundings and a lovely place to stay in.

    Reviewed by SusanSep 2019

  • "Overall a very relaxing break at Butterlands Farm, Robert welcomed us on arrival and showed us around the Farmhouse, as this is a very old building there are some low doorways to be aware of so mind your head, the garden was a delight especially for the two dogs , if you want a comfortable stay with the possibility of using the excellent riding facilities available this is the place for you , stunning views from the property of the surrounding countryside are a bonus , thanks to Robert and Charlotte for a great family holiday ."

    Reviewed by GeoffreyAug 2019

  • "Just spent seven great days with family and two dogs at this beautiful spacious farmhouse."

    There are enough rooms for people to have their own 'space', but we found that we spent most time together in the cosy kitchen. The views from both kitchen windows are lovely-down the long garden towards the pond, and from the main window overlooking the menage, where there were regular riding lessons to enjoy watching, across to the valley in the distance. The kitchen has everything that you need with the added bonus of the Aga, which was constantly warm. In a separate room there is even a washing machine and tumble drier, should you feel the need.! The bedrooms are all nicely decorated with lovely comfy beds. Externally there are huge, well kept gardens which our dogs loved, and which are completely enclosed. Had the weather been warmer, it would have been a fantastic place to eat outdoors. There is ample parking directly in front of the house. The lovely owner, Robert, lives in the attached barn and he could not have been more welcoming and helpful. Overall, this is a perfect place to get away for a family get-together in beautiful, quiet surroundings. We all want to go back. Soon.

    Reviewed by IanMay 2019

  • "The farm cottage was perfect for our family wedding get together."

    The host was so welcoming and helpful. The house was well equipped, warm and comfortable and in such a beautiful location. Thank you!

    Reviewed by MeretaMay 2019

  • "Friendly and helpful host in Robert."

    Loads of space in the very characterful cottage. It was unseasonably cold for the first few days of our holiday in April, so we lit the log fire in the lounge to make it really cosy. Robert made sure we were well stocked with wood and fire lighters! The location is great with the kitchen windows overlooking the manege so we could see riding lessons being given at various times during the day. Very peaceful with a lovely garden we could have used in warmer weather.

    Reviewed by KateApr 2019

  • "Butterlands is a lovely place to stay."

    Robert, the host, is attentive but not intrusive - the wine and nibbles were very welcome! The house has everything you could need for a holiday, There is plenty of space in the house to find somewhere comfy to relax, the garden is totally secure for dogs and the views are magnificent. The beds were comfy and the decor pleasant. It was great to have a bathroom attached to every bedroom. We would definitely stay at Butterlands again.

    Reviewed by KarenApr 2019

  • "Comfortable beds, lovely showers, plenty of room, horses, dogs, ducks, countryside views and countryside all around us, what more could you want?"

    We were three adult couples staying for a week. There was plenty of space for us to all do our own thing or all get together when we wanted to. Modern kitchen with all that we needed. The open fire in the sitting room was a great hit. We enjoyed watching the horseriding lessons from the kitchen window. In fact we enjoyed everything. Thank you Robert for being so welcoming and providing such a nice relaxing place to stay.

    Reviewed by MaryMar 2019

  • "We stayed in Butterlands Farmhouse, 6 adults, 2 dogs for a week."

    What a great house it is. Very comfortable and spacious. Views from every window. Easy access to Buxton, Leek and Congleton. Plenty of great walks without having to travel far. The Talbot Inn in Biddulp was a lovely place to eat and dog friendly. Robert was very welcoming. We would highly recommend Butterlands Farmhouse.

    Reviewed by JillMar 2019

  • "Robert, the owner, was very welcoming, showing us around the property, pointing out the facilities."

    The two children with us really enjoyed their introduction to horse riding. A very spacious, warm and comfortable property with plenty to do and see in the area. Altogether a really great week's break.

    Reviewed by DavidFeb 2019

  • "This Farmhouse has everything you could possibly wish for."

    3 great sized bedrooms, all with their own en-suite. A roaring fire in the lounge, a dining table to accommodate a party of seven quite comfortably and the use of a Aga was a real treat. The views were outstanding and the outside garden was a safe haven for our dog. The beach area was a great surprise and nothing was too much trouble. Robert the host, was a delight and we would definitely frequent this establishment again. We would definitely recommend.

    Reviewed by NicolaDec 2018

  • "It was all but perfect - location, size of property (for 6 adults), layout, comfort, coziness, open fire, amenities, views, Robert the proprietor, cleanliness, all super."

    My only little grumble, and this is a personal preference; the mattress in the room above the kitchen was too soft for my back. Otherwise though, the property was as good as I could have hoped for.

    Reviewed by JulieNov 2018

  • "We were made very welcome, despite arriving a little early, and even had fresh milk, snacks and a bottle of wine left for us!"

    The cottage was clean, the beds were comfy, and there was plenty of hot water for baths and showers. The Aga in the kitchen was cosy, and all the rooms were well furnished. The views were spectacular, and we enjoyed watching the horses exercising in the field near the kitchen window. Would definitely recommend.

    Reviewed by AnnaNov 2018

  • "The farmhouse was amazing, Robert was the most welcoming host and enjoyed sharing his local knowledge of places to go."

    Views are spectacular. The house was spacious and with the Aga and fire we were toasty warm even on the cold wet days. Dogs loved the open space and were very welcome indeed. Local area is great for walking.

    Reviewed by CarenOct 2018

  • "Charming Cottage is in lovely part of English Countryside with excellent views."

    Very welcoming and helpful owner lives next door and runs adjoining Riding School. Would definitely return if opportunity arises and would highly recommend this property

    Reviewed by NiallSep 2018

  • "Very nice place to stay, with great views."

    Loads of room. Loads of comfortable sofas!. The owner was very obliging and helpful. Our dog had a great time too! The enclosed garden was much appreciated by us, our day guests and our dog. We also enjoyed looking out at the horse-riding lessons - an extra bonus! A recommended holiday home, especially for animal lovers.

    Reviewed by RosemaryJul 2018

  • "House is perfect for a family get together and the views over the Cheshire Plain at sunset were anazing."

    The owner was very helpful and there were all the items in the kitchen we needd. It made my "big birthday" weekend very special

    Reviewed by JudithJul 2018

  • "This property is well worth a visit lots of space and Beautiful views."

    If love Horses a must because of riding school.

    Reviewed by NickJun 2018

  • "The house is huge - no question of getting in each other's way!"

    All the facilities you could possibly need are provided, and it was lovely to watch the horses and the amazing views. The owner was on hand and we felt we could ask if we needed anything (not that we did!). The ground floor bedroom and shower room were particularly useful for my mum, though anyone with poor mobility renting the cottage should be aware that there are 3 steepish steps up to that room - albeit with a grab rail. It's a lovely, quirky old house with lots to do in easy travelling distance. Definitely intend to visit again!

    Reviewed by JenniferJun 2018

  • "This is a fabulous cottage both spacious and luxurious."

    The location is both relaxing yet at the same time ideal for exploring the area from . Robert and his family are extremely welcoming ; they have tastefully decorated the cottage making it Jodrell homely warm and welcoming. This is exceptional value for money cannot recommend it enough

    Reviewed by AlisonJun 2018

  • "A wonderful scenic location and a extremely spacious home which met our needs entirely."

    Alongside a riding centre which my daughter and grandchildren thoroughly enjoyed. The centre being run by the owners daughter who demonstrated such expertise as well as remarkable patience. I would recommend this site HIGHLY ! Gordon Harper.

    Reviewed by SusanMay 2018

  • "Amazing, relaxing holiday."

    I took my mum, stepdad away with my husband and I with our dog and their dog. We all had such a relaxing time. Advertised as sleeping 6 but it does actually sleep 7. Very spacious throughout with 3 bathrooms with an addition fourth toilet in the laundry room. We were very lucky with the weather and we had sunshine every day which made the holiday that extra special. Amazing views from every window, very quiet location. A working riding school in your view with an opportunity of riding lessons. Many things to do all within a very short drive away, if you prefer to leave the car there are some local places you can walk to. Great for walks, relaxing and a close town and good pubs all close by. However with the spacious property one could easily relax within the property and surround area if preferred. The owner of the property, living next door very easy to approach, a lovely man, very welcoming and nothing is of too much bother for him. We will definitely return to this property some point in the future. Thanks Robert & Sykes for your hospitality Sarah & Co.

    Reviewed by SarahMay 2018

  • "Very nice spacious property and dog friendly, ideal location for getting out and about seeing the local countryside, some good walks only a short drive away."

    Host Robert very helpful, would definitely use this property and location again.

    Reviewed by MichaelApr 2018

  • "We had a lovely relaxing time."

    Robert, the host, is very caring and attentive. If you love views that are every changing the holiday property offers constantly changing and stunning landscapes, particularly enjoyable from the kitchen. Sitting next to the Aga, reading, was a real treat in the morning and the open fire in the lounge at night gave us a very cosy room to enjoy the TV and read. Fortunately my 96 year old mum is quite agile so managed the 3 steps up to the lounge and the little step into the ground floor bedroom but if you need a level floor then this might not be a suitable property for you. If you love horses then watching the lessons from the kitchen window was entertaining and monitoring the changing angle of the radio telescope at Jodrell Bank kept my husband amused on a daily basis! We would like to come back to afford ourselves of some the walks that we were unable to enjoy on this occasion but completed lots of National Trust properties.

    Reviewed by ShirleyMar 2018

  • "Butterlands has a great host, Robert, who was very friendly, thoughtful and helpful."

    We enjoyed the bottle of wine, nibbles and roaring fire he left to greet us. Visitors need to be aware that this is also an equestrian centre - great if you enjoy riding (lessons are available if you want to ride) and it is good fun to watch the classes from the kitchen, but our dogs had never met a horse before and got rather excited by the activity! The house was warm in spite of the extremely cold weather (the Beast from the East arrived on last day with biting winds and snow) and Robert kindly provided two double duvets per person. There was loads of room with plenty of space for 4 adults, a baby and two dogs. We could have taken two more people easily. We came to love the Aga which kept the kitchen toasty warm and roasted parsnips in half an hour. The kitchen was well-equpped and the showers were brilliant. The parking was right next to the house. The cottage is close to the village of Biddulph Moor which has a charming village shop. There are two pretty lakes close by which were perfect for walking the dogs (and the baby). Tittesworth Reservoir had a really good cafe. The nearby Talbot pub provided a good lunch. We would recommend this as a great holiday venue.

    Reviewed by AnnMar 2018

  • "Wow what a fantastic place the cottage was beautiful inside and out , very ..."

    Wow what a fantastic place the cottage was beautiful inside and out , very spacious kept lovely and warm with the Arga providing the central heating, but it was still great to have an open fire a couple of nights the owners were great nothing was to much trouble , all bedrooms have an on-suit and the size of the rooms were great nothing tiny about this place, it was great to watch the horses out the kitchen window, prepping dinner and watching a few riders doing a few jumps , then having a little walk around the stables was a bonus, the views were amazing beautiful rural area with enough on your doorstep to explore , we all had such a great time and no doubt will be visiting again

    Reviewed by WendyFeb 2018

  • "A spacious and well laid out warm and comfortable property for our family and dog."

    Great views all round and plenty of places to visit without traveling too far. The owner was very sociable and obliging and we would hope to return in the future.

    Reviewed by RobertFeb 2018

  • "Lovely spacious cottage, great for a family get together."

    The open fire , piano and amazing views make it special particularly in winter. There are stables right next door so if you are a horse lover you will enjoy watching the horses from your windows .

    Reviewed by AnnDec 2017

  • "Robert was an amazing host."

    He was welcoming and accommodating. The house was lovingly cared for and the showers were amazing! The children loved all the animals and the open space. Thank you!! Alice and Family

    Reviewed by AliceDec 2017

  • "The cottage itself was fantastic - Beautiful inside and out, spacious and very comfortable."

    The log fires were lovely in the evenings, and we were topped up with more than enough firewood and coal. Our hosts could not have been more helpful and kind ensuring we were comfortable and had everything we needed, greeted us on arrival and showed us around the property before leaving us to settle in. We certainly hope to visit this property again - it's perfect for a relaxing break and is surrounded by beautiful views and walks.

    Reviewed by RhiannaNov 2017

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Summary

  • Four bedrooms : 1 x ground floor king size bed (zip/link, can be twin on request) with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x first floor king size bed with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x first floor king size bed with en-suite bath, shower, basin and WC, and further single bedroom off the main bedroom
  • Utility/cloakroom
  • Kitchen with 2 settees
  • Dining room
  • Sitting room with open fire.
  • Oil central heating with open fires
  • Electric oven and hob, Oil-fired Aga (which is lit between September and May), microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, WiFI,Full Sky Package, selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Fuel, power and starter pack of coal provided and logs as required during guests stay
  • in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Travel cot and highchair on request
  • Off road parking
  • Lockable bike storage
  • Lawned garden to the rear with furniture
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 1.1 miles, pub 1mile (serves food)
  • Please be aware of sloped ceilings and beams in bedrooms
  • Limited head room in some doorways
  • Please note: The Owner is able to accept 2 additional guests in an external building, at an extra cost, please call us before booking to arrange this, terms and conditions apply

The property

Biddulph 3 miles.

A spacious cottage located next to a working stables and riding school outside the village of Biddulph in Staffordshire.

This inviting property has enough room for all of the family to come along and enjoy a heartwarming escape.

The well-equipped farmhouse kitchen is the heart of this lovely cottage, featuring exposed beams and a traditional AGA.

Tucked underneath the staircase is a delightful doll house which children will love to play in.

Further along the corridor is the dining room, where you can dine in front of the open fire or even enjoy a night in front of the piano.

If you prefer a quieter evening in, the comfortable sitting room is furnished with cosy armchairs and another welcoming open fire.

The ground floor is completed by a double bedroom with an en-suite shower room.

On the first floor another king size bedroom is tucked into the layout, with a traditional en-suite shower room.

From the staircase in the kitchen you have access to an additional double bedroom with sloped ceilings, traditional exposed beams and a spacious en-suite bath and a shower.There is also a single bedroom off the main bedroom, making it a perfect family room.

To the outside of the cottage there is a lawned garden and patio area where you can enjoy a refreshing drink in the sunshine whilst admiring the surrounding countryside views.

Take a stroll towards the pond which lies in the distance, or enjoy lessons at the riding school in your free time.

The village of Biddulph has two delightful country parks to explore, and the short distance to the Peak District National Park is perfect for walkers.

All within easy reach, are the Staffordshire Moorlands, Derbyshire and the Pennines.

Alton Towers theme park is just a short drive away.

A lovely cottage which can be enjoyed throughout the year.

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About the location

BIDDULPH

Stoke-on-Trent 7 miles; Leek 10 miles.

Biddulph nestles in a lush green valley, and is surrounded by Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Known as 'The Garden Town of Staffordshire' it prides itself on the display of flowers throughout the town which can be seen from spring through to late autumn. There is an abundance of activities to occupy visitors, from the National Trust owned Biddulph Grange, with its renowned gardens designed by James Bateman featuring Egyptian temples, oriental pergolas and Scottish glens, and the outstanding Little Moreton Hall is 4 miles away. The town has two delightful country parks to explore, and the short distance to the Peak District National Park makes this town very popular with walkers and hikers. The renowned Jodrell Bank Observatory, home to the Lovell Telescope, is just 15 miles away with Alton Towers 22 miles. All within easy reach are the Staffordshire Moorlands, Derbyshire and the Pennines, and for a day out, why not visit Chester, Liverpool or Manchester, all within an hour and a half’s drive? So, if it's a base for exploring or a relaxing break in a quiet Staffordshire town you want, this area has it all.

Region Information

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
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