Primrose Cottage is part of a stunning barn conversion, located on a non-working farm in the Cheshire village of Brereton.
With so much to do in the surrounding area, it is an excellent stay for friends or couples wanting to explore Cheshire.
Spend most of your time relaxing in the delightful open-plan living area, tastefully decorated with light and bright features.
The kitchen area provides you with all of the necessary appliances that you will need whilst here at Primrose.
Chill out and unwind in the bathroom, an immaculate spot, perfect to enjoy a comforting bubble bath at the end of a long day.
Take the stairs to the first floor, where you will discover the two well-presented bedrooms under the sloping ceilings, along with the exposed wooden beams which give off a certain homely feel.
You will never be short of things to do at Primrose Cottage, whether you fancy an energising swim in the indoor pool or a soothing seat in the hot tub or on the patio furniture, there is something for everybody.
Brereton offers a friendly gastropub.
Nearby are the two well-stocked towns of Sandbach and Congleton, both providing a fine range of shops, restaurants and pubs for you to enjoy.
For some incredible scenery, walking and cycling, head to the Peak District National Park just a short drive away.
Primrose Cottage is fresh, pleasant cottage in a lovely Cheshire location.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with a shower over bath, basin and WC. Open-plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and a sitting area. Shared spa block with indoor heated pool, hot tub and furniture.
About the location
Holmes Chapel 2 miles; Sandbach 2.5 miles; Macclesfield 14 miles
A peaceful village on the eastern side of Cheshire, around 13 miles from the Peak District National Park. It's a charming place to base your cottage holiday, providing you with a well-respected gastropub and a convenience store. Brereton is also home to the majestic Grade I listed Elizabethan Brereton Hall. Each year, the village hosts the Brereton Bear Festival, the animal heavily features in Brereton's history. For you more active guests, just outside of the village there is a paintball centre, for more scenic activities, head to the Peak District National Park where you can walk and cycle through wonderful countryside and perhaps spot some wildlife. For a fine range of shops, restaurants and pubs, head to the nearby market town of Sandbach. There is also Macclesfield, slightly further, this larger town is a stunning day out with a choice of parks and some fine buildings to admire.