Rocester 2.8 miles.
The Riddings Cottage is a stylish annexe located on the outskirts of Denstone, Staffordshire, featuring stunning countryside views across the open fields.
Attached to the owners home, this annexe offers a spacious and modern interior, ideal for couples looking for a remote country break.
The ground floor boasts a wonderful open-plan interior, with a compact sitting room, housing a lovely woodburning stove to keep you warm during those chilly evenings, and a sofa which is perfect for curling up with your partner and enjoying a relaxing evening.
The dining area has seating for four people and is ideal for enjoying a romantic meal for two, prepared in the ampl equipped kitchen, with its stylish and contemporary wooden units and sleek black worktops.
Upstairs has one double bedroom, with a separate family shower room, with all modern fixtures and fittings.
The bedroom has ample storage space for your personal items, including a large bookcase, stocked full with books to be enjoyed of an evening with the bedside lamp providing ample light.
Outside, there is a private patio area with furniture, giving you stunning views across the open countryside, and off-road parking is available for two cars.
Denstone is ideally situated within driving distance of many local tourist hot spots, including the hugely popular theme park Alton Towers - indulge in the variety of roller coaster rides, food stalls, a water park, spa and mini golf, so much to get involved with you might not be able to fit it all into one visit!
With plenty of nearby pathways for walking or cycling, The Riddings Cottage is the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy the relaxing open countryside.
About the location
Alton Towers 5 miles; Uttoxeter 5 miles; Ashbourne 10 miles.
A pretty little village, Rocester lies on the Derbyshire and Staffordshire border, located on a triangle of land between the River Churnet and River Dove. The site of a Roman fort exists today and the village was also mentioned in the Domesday Book. Rocester is home to the famous JCB factory, and the company has landscaped the surrounding area to provide some wonderful walks with some interesting sculptures around the site and the nearby parkland. Most significant of these is The Fossor, which is made entirely of digger parts and is a powerful representation of JCB. Rocester is halfway along the Staffordshire Way which runs the length of Staffordshire and is also at the start of the Limestone Way which goes to Matlock. Close to Rocester is the lovely market town of Ashbourne, and just a short drive away is Alton Towers, with fun for all the family. Explore either the Staffordshire or Derbyshire part of the Peak District National Park with historic houses, market towns, moorland, rolling hills and valleys, all easily accessible from Rocester.
Note: Adults only