Nantwich 4.3 miles.
This detached, characterful cottage is in a wonderful countryside setting just over four miles from the centre of Nantwich.
This is an ideal rural retreat for friends or a family looking to explore this stunning area of Cheshire.
This welcoming cottage has some charming features including exposed beams and latch doors and the sitting room has comfortable furniture and a woodburning stove making this the perfect place to relax while discussing the day's events.
The kitchen has everything you will need during your stay including an impressive range cooker and a dining area.
For more formal evening meals there is a separate dining room which also has a woodburning stove.
The bedrooms are made up of two king-size double rooms and two twin rooms, with one of each on the ground and first floor.
The ground floor king-size double has the added benefit of an en-suite bathroom and there is a separate bathroom and a shower room with laundry facilities.
Outside is a lovely patio area where you can take your morning coffee and enjoy the pretty countryside views.
Just a short walk away is a local pub and all the facilities of the charming historic town of Nantwich are very close by.
There are a wide variety of events held throughout the year with something for everybody and for walkers, the Nantwich Circular Walk is a picturesque route which will showcase the surrounding scenery.
Chapel Lane Cottage is a delightful, traditional cottage which is sure to provide a fantastic base for your next family holiday.
Four bedrooms: 1 x ground floor king-size double with en-suite bath, basin and WC, 1 x king-size double, 1 x ground floor twin, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility in ground floor shower room. Dining room with woodburning stove. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Crewe 5 miles; Sandbach 10 miles.
The delightful market town of Nantwich is located 5 miles to the south east of Crewe and stands on the banks of the River Weaver and the Shropshire Union Canal. It is famous for its outdoor Brine Pool which is one of the few remaining in the UK and heated throughout the summer. There are regular market days throughout the week and a monthly farmers' market showcasing the best of produce from the local area. Nantwich town centre is pedestrianised and benefits from some superb examples of historic buildings, and is well worth visiting in spring and summer when it comes alive with floral displays throughout the streets. Nantwich plays host to many events throughout the year, including The Battle of Nantwich in January, the Jazz, Blues and Music Festival at Easter and the world-famous International Cheese Awards in July. Both Market Drayton and Whitchurch are within 12 miles and well worth a day trip to enjoy their history and architecture.