- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
26 Customer Reviews
"Beautiful stay fabulous place."
Everything that is needed and extra touches. Lovely warm welcome also. Would definitely recommend and hopefully stay again.
"Couldn't ask for anything better"
"This is a small simple cottage in an astonishing location."
The cottage is located in a farm in a quiet and beautiful village. The cottage is spacious and well designed. The main criticism is the lack of small details.. There was only one pan and the antiadherent was completely worn out, exposing the metal underneath. I must say the landlord replaced it immediately (although I was given a very large pan that did not fit well in the cooker). The oven had a protective cloth that was coming off as well. I stayed for two weeks and I was left with one bag for each bin (organic and general waste) without replacement. There was no gel nor shampoo in the bathroom. The place was nice but lack of this small details which could have made my stay even better. 6/10.
"An amazing cottage which has been renovated to a high standard."
Really helpful hosts who reacted immediately to a small problem. The situation was close enough to main roads to allow access to many places of interest yet quiet enough to hear the birds singing.
"Lovely place, the cottage was excellent Anne, ideal for a couple."
Anne and Declan were very hospitable and the two issues we had during our stay were swiftly resolved, you cannot ask for more.
"Very kind and welcoming hosts."
We enjoyed our stay very much !
"Absolutely perfect in every way, a great escape from the modern day rush."
I definitely want to come back
"Lovely stay, just a few little things to make the stay cosier, some nice plump cushions on the settee, a larger TV and some bugger bed covers."
Apart from that eveything was perfect and the location is perfect fpr perfect for Oulton Park
"We had a lovely stay at the cottage and would certainly recommend the property."
"The drawerback with the dairy is the lack of views from the windows."
This is tollerable for a stay of a few days, but would be tiresome for a longer stay. In that respect I'd be unlikely to recommend it. I appreciate that this will probably be owing to building regulations and don't believe it reflects on the owners or managers. In other respects I found the property pretty good,, comfortable and certainly clean.
"Fantastic stay in a spotlessly clean , quaint property ."
The Dairy has everything you could possibly need . Very well equipped . Easy access to all local sights . Very good pubs and towns nearby . Would definitely recommend!!
"Wonderful stay, a really lovely place and a great location for us (visiting Oulton Park - just a 5 minute drive)."
Will certainly look to come back when we’re racing at Oulton Park again.
"Lovely quiet and peaceful location, ideal for getting around Cheshire."
We used the cottage for visiting family in the area. Cottage is perfect for a short stay, very clean and comfortable. Frosted windows with no outlook took a bit of getting used to but understand the need for privacy. TV is a little small and anyone tall needs to watch out for "low flying beams"!! Would definitely stay again though as good value for money.
"We had a very pleasant stay at the dairy had everything we needed although the shower room was quite small and the windows were all frosted so could not see the beautiful countryside ."
The property was in a good area with Chester zoo only a 20 min drive and the Cheshire oaks designer outlet near by . We also visited other areas close by . The property was very clean and the bed comfortable . Would recommend.
"We had a lovely stay, and the cottage itself cannot be faulted."
It is equipped with everything you might need, beautifully furnished, and with parking right next to the cottage. It is in a quiet, restful location, and well located to visit North Wales beaches and Snowdonia (each about 1 hour away), and Chester (about 20 minutes away). The Dairy is not in Tarporley, but is instead in a neighbouring village called Eaton, and our only minor criticism is of Eaton itself. Although the village is not tiny, there are no shops or pubs whatsoever, and, very strangely, no pavements, so even an evening stroll is problematic. You are therefore very dependent on a car to access the facilities in Tarporley, about 3 miles away. Overall though, The Dairy is a lovely place for a short break or a longer holiday. Thank you!
"We had a lovely time at The Dairy."
The owners were very friendly and helpful. The cottage is tiny, but very well equipped.
"Excellent venue with friendly owners."
"At first glance it looked small but I was wrong."
The cottage had everything we needed and the surrounds were so beautiful.
"The cottage was small, but large enough for 2."
The only downside was that all the windows were frosted so we couldn’t see outside except through the window in the front door. No communication made with the owners who lived opposite - bit disappointed.
"We loved the Diary, it was perfect for our needs and the location was sublime."
Anne and Declan were excellent hosts and very helpful and accommodating
"Hosts were very welcoming and the cottage was clean and comfortable"
"It was a lovely cosy cottage just how we like it!"
The owner had made sure the heating was on and the fire was a warm welcome on a dark cold night. Lovely stay and would return!
"Good Wi Fi Comfortable beds Lots of nice walks in the area."
We had a lovely break and are very happy to recommend
"Had a lovely weekend away at The Dairy!"
Location is beautiful and the cottage is absolutely faultless. Thank you so much for having us, we will be back I am sure!
"My fiancè and I had such a lovely break here."
Very serene and beautiful surroundings. The cottage itself is fully equipped with everything you could need. We cooked some lovely meals here and watched TV on the cosy sofa. The main town of tarporley is a 5 minute drive away with a spar and coop for your essentials. There are also some lovely pubs and cafes which we made the most of in the area too. I have only returned today but we are already looking at booking again and I have recommended this place to my family!
"The cottage was extremely cosy, well provisioned with everything you could possibly require to make your holiday comfortable and relaxing."
The countryside outside of the door was a delight and the weather even played its part.
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- One bedroom: 1 x double with en-suite shower room with a cubicle shower, WC, hand basin and towel rail
- Living/dining room with an electric fire
- Shared external building with a tumble dryer and communal shower, WC, and hand basin.
- Gas central heating with an electric fire
- Electric oven and hobs, fridge with an icebox, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, TV, WiFi
- Fuel and power is included in the rent
- Fresh bed linen and towels are included in the rent
- Off road parking
- Patio area with outdoor seating
- Sorry, no pets are allowed and no smoking
- Pub and shop 1.8 miles
- Note: windows within the sitting room do not open and are frosted for privacy reasons, as are the bedroom windows
- Note: Low head height into the bedroom
Ideal for couples seeking a romantic countryside retreat, The Dairy is an attractive barn converted property with rustic charm, nestled in the village of Eaton, near to the village of Tarporley and the city of Chester, in Cheshire.
As you enter the front door, you will come into a delightful sitting area, which features quaint dining seating for two and a large leather corner sofa where you can unwind next to the warming electric fire, watch a feel-good film on the wall-mounted TV or chill out and play some music on the docking station or CD player.
The well-appointed kitchen area boasts a clever mixture of both rustic and contemporary style with traditional oak beam detailing, a modish breakfast bar for two, stylish culinary-themed wall art, as well as ample appliances including a double electric oven, a fridge with an icebox, a microwave, a slimline dishwasher, and a washing machine.
Climb upstairs to the first floor to find a storage cupboard and a wonderful double bedroom, complete with cosy furnishings and decor, an additional storage cupboard and a sleek contemporary en-suite shower room fitted with a cubicle shower, WC, hand basin and a towel rail.
Outside, you will be able to find a pretty patio area with outdoor seating where you can sit and relax in both peace and privacy.
The property has a shared external building with a tumble dryer and a communal shower, WC and hand basin for guests to use.
The Dairy is close to the village of Tarporley (1.8 miles) which provides an array of characterful local pubs and restaurants to choose from.
For a tranquil day out, why not visit the nearby Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre, which offers a lakeside café, as well as shire horses and a number of interesting species of British wildlife to meet among 50 acres of beautiful Cheshire countryside?
For those feeling daring, within close reach to the village is the Oulton Park Circuit, a motorbike and car racing track.
Venture to the nearby village of Tarporley, which offers an additional selection of local pubs and restaurants, and is within close proximity to the serene Sandstone Trail and medieval Beeston Castle.
Travel only slightly further afield to find the historic Roman city of Chester, where you can indulge in some retail therapy surrounded by the stunning "Rows" Tudor architecture, or take a romantic stroll through the Roman Walls and Grosvenor Park which follows down to the idyllic River Dee.
The Dairy is a superb retreat that promises a relaxed holiday in this tranquil region of Cheshire.
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £75.
About the location
Chester 10 miles.
Tarporley is located in the local authority area of Cheshire West and Chester in rural Cheshire and the village is considered one of the county’s most attractive villages. The countryside surrounding Tarporley is perfect walking terrain, the famous Sandstone Trail, one of the best of the shorter long-distance trails in the north of England, passes close to the town. Tarporley Carnival, an annual event which takes place in July, is a popular community event with a parade in High Street to the show ground on Community Field. The village has also become something of a shopper’s haven. Further afield lies Chester, which has much to offer the tourist, including excellent shopping in and around the famous Tudor 'Rows' and lovely walks along the Roman Walls, beside the River Dee and through the picturesque Grosvenor Park.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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