This pretty little semi-detached cottage is nestled in the heart of the bustling town of Frodsham, gateway to The Sandstone Trail, on the edge of the Cheshire Plains.
Tucked away just off the high street, this quirky studio cottage is located in the perfect spot to explore the whole of Cheshire, North Wales, Shropshire and Merseyside with ease.
A gated passageway leads behind the high street shops to a tranquil private courtyard from which you enter into lovely well-equipped kitchen with casual breakfast counter, perfect to relax with a drink and prepare social meals together.
A staircase leads up to a welcoming mezzanine studio room, with sitting area to relax and unwind, and stylishly furnished with a double bed, perfect to sink into and recharge your batteries, ready for another exciting day exploring the delights of the area.
Outside the courtyard provides a peaceful, sheltered sun trap where you can relax with a morning coffee and the newspapers collected from across the road, but if you follow the garden path a few feet you will enter into a spacious lawned garden with fruit trees and further seating area, providing a secret oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the town centre.
A garden gate leads out onto footpaths that open up the Sandstone Trail and the amenities of the town, with direct access to the many pubs, restaurants and boutique shops Frodsham has to offer.
This character studio cottage offers the perfect base to return to each evening, after creating amazing holiday memories.
About the location
Chester 11 miles; Liverpool 21 miles; Manchester 29 miles.
The market town of Frodsham in Cheshire is located at the foot of Overton Hill, overlooking the River Mersey estuary, just 11 miles from the city centre of Chester. The town, which was mentioned in the Domesday Book, has a thriving centre which enjoys a weekly market on the high street, along with numerous specialist shops, popular pubs and wine bars. Just outside the Bears Paw pub in the centre of Frodsham marks the start of the Sandstone Trail, which stretches for 34 miles past Delamere Forest and on into Whitchurch, in Shropshire. The River Weaver offers towpath walks, which allow you to visit Dutton Locks, plus the famous Anderton Boat Lift further on. For the more enthusiastic walker, the North Cheshire Way stretches for 70 miles from the Wirral to the Peak District. The city of Chester, which has been described as 'the jewel of the North West of England' is within driving distance and offers a number of historic attractions, such as the Roman walls, Chester Cathedral, medieval churches and the famous Chester Rows, where you will find lovely shops and tea rooms. Also in the city are the River Dee, the racecourse and Grosvenor Park, whilst close by is a popular zoo. The stunning Welsh mountains and coastline, as well as 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. Alternatively why not visit the Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet Village , boasting more than 140 shops, many of which sell designer labels, which is only eight miles away? An ideal location with plenty to see and do nearby.