Kelsall 1 mile.
A delightful, end-terrace brick cottage, opposite the owner's well-established equestrian centre in a superb location for exploring Delamere Forest, just one mile from the picturesque village of Kelsall in the heart of the Cheshire.
Stylishly furnished throughout to provide a charming holiday home, this is an ideal base for a get-together with friends, or for families wanting to take on the Sandstone Trail, which passes within 600 yards of the doorstep.
Entering the sitting room from the front porch, you will feel warm and welcomed straight away, with a woodburning stove offering a character feature to gather around in the evening.
The dining room has a tiled floor and leads into the modern, fitted kitchen, which has been equipped with everything you will need for an enjoyable stay.
The bedrooms are laid out over the first and second floors, offering bunks, a double bed, and a mezzanine double bedroom on the second floor.
There is also a family bathroom on the first floor offering a bath with a hand-held shower, plus a separate rainfall shower cubicle.
Outside, the gardens are spacious and mainly lawned, providing a great play area for the kids or an area to sit out in the sunshine.
The pretty village of Kelsall can be easily reached, with four popular pubs serving quality food and several village stores providing all you could need for your holiday.
Many scenic walks and cycle routes can be enjoyed in the vicinity, making this cottage near Kelsall perfect for a relaxing break, at any time of year.
Note: This property is next to Ref. 19660, together they sleep 12.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x second floor mezzanine double, 1 x first floor double, 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Chester 8 miles.
The village of Kelsall is situated on Kelsall Hill, on the edge of the Cheshire Plains. The village is located near the famous Sandstone Trail and Delamere Forest and offers picturesque buildings, two historic churches, renowned farm shops, as well as a number of excellent pubs - there is something for everyone here. Chester is located 8 miles north, and the city 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 superb shopping on the famous 'Rows', and lovely walks around the old Roman Walls, along The Groves beside the River Dee, or through the picturesque Grosvenor Park. The stunning Welsh mountains and coastline, and the market towns and villages of Cheshire and Shropshire are all within easy touring distance, whilst the nearby Wirral Peninsula has many splendid courses to tempt the golfing enthusiast.