A charming cottage attached to the owners home, located on a working farm 3 miles from Biddulph.
The cosy living and stunning location make this cottage the ideal stay for a small group or family that want to explore Staffordshire and the Peak District.
The traditional tiled floor in the hallway give The Granary a real cottage feel as it leads you into the spacious lounge diner.
Here you will find comfortable seating, a TV, and a brick fireplace featuring a woodburning stove, the ideal area to relax after a long day exploring.The kitchen is well-equipped with all the mod-cons you need to cook a delicious meal.
Boasting two double bedrooms comprising one double and one twin, this cottage has ideal flexible accommodation for a family.
Outside is a delightful patio area, perfect to relax in the morning and evenings when you're not exploring this stunning area.
Situated just outside Biddulph, a delightful town surrounded by Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty with a range of gardens and opportunities for walkers as well as pubs and shops to enjoy.
Biddulph is surrounded by many great places, Leek is a short drive away, fantastic for a spot of shopping, or alternatively take a trip to Stoke-on-Trent (also known as The Potteries) and explore the World Capital of Ceramics.
The beautiful cities of Liverpool, Manchester and Chester all within an hours drive.
A pleasant cottage located in a wonderful area.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor cloakroom. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
About the location
Stoke-on-Trent 7 miles; Leek 10 miles.
Biddulph nestles in a lush green valley, and is surrounded by Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Known as 'The Garden Town of Staffordshire' it prides itself on the display of flowers throughout the town which can be seen from spring through to late autumn. There is an abundance of activities to occupy visitors, from the National Trust owned Biddulph Grange, with its renowned gardens designed by James Bateman featuring Egyptian temples, oriental pergolas and Scottish glens, to Biddulph Old Hall, dating back to the 1500's. The town has two delightful country parks to explore, and the short distance to the Peak District National Park makes this town very popular with walkers and hikers. The renowned Jodrell Bank Observatory, home to the Lovell Telescope, is just 15 miles away with Alton Towers 22 miles. All within easy reach are the Staffordshire Moorlands, Derbyshire and the Pennines, and for a day out, why not visit Chester, Liverpool or Manchester, all within 1 hour's drive? So, if it's a base for exploring or a relaxing break in a quiet Staffordshire town you want, this area has it all.