Situated in the village of Upper Tean just outside Stoke-on-Trent, you will discover this lovely barn conversion, resting on a working sheep and beef farm with pleasant views.
The sense of charm and tradition creates a relaxing haven for couples, or small families wishing to get away from it all.
Step into the lounge, which showcases a collection of comfortable seating, where everyone can come together and unwind in the evening, perhaps enjoying an appetising meal at the characterful dining table.
With a well-equipped kitchen on hand, you can make yourselves right at home, appreciating all that this cottage has to offer.
As the night draws in, choose from three wonderful bedrooms, the double is elevated by contrasting views which reach out towards the patio area and farm land, with a wardrobe and dressing table adding to the layout.
Two twin bedrooms are neutrally presented, designed with detailed bedding and centred by a bedside table featuring a lamp.
After a good night’s sleep, get ready in the stylish bathroom, pieced together with a bath and an overhead shower to match your preferences.
Once you are ready for the day, enjoy the location, predominantly rural, and only a short drive into the southern edge of the magnificent Peak District.
There are a number of pubs and shops, three churches, and a small park accompanying the village, whilst further afield lies Stoke on Trent boasting many visitor centres, award-winning museums, and Italian gardens.
Wedgewood factory shops are a short drive away.
Ideal for those visiting Alton Towers for a great day out.
Make the most of this charm-filled location.
About the location
Stoke-on-Trent 10 miles.
Tean is a large village in Staffordshire, England, south-east of Stoke-on-Trent. The River Tean runs through the village, heading east towards Uttoxeter. The village is itself composed of two villages: Upper Tean (the larger of the two) and Lower Tean, forming part of the Checkley ward within the Staffordshire Moorlands district. The surrounding area is predominantly farming / rural, and it is a short drive into the southern edge of the Peak District. There are a number of pubs and shops, nurseries, a village hall, three churches, and a small park. Further afield lies Stoke on Trent; the city boasts many visitor centres, award winning museums, authentic factory tours, over 25 pottery factory shops and the exclusive Staffordshire Hoard. Visit the Trentham Estate with Italian Gardens, Shopping Village, Monkey Forest, and mile long lake. The city is located less than an hour from Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool and only one and a half hours direct from London Euston by train.