About The Farmhouse
The Farmhouse is a traditional, rustic, stone cottage, surrounded by stunning views.
Perfect for a large gathering with family or friends, this beautiful property sits in a rural setting.
You will be welcomed with a lovely lawned garden, enclosed by a natural stone wall.
Make the most of the enclosed garden and enjoy the peaceful sounds of wildlife as you dine outside on the outdoor seating, or unwind in the luxurious hot tub.
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Cozy evenings can be spent in the spacious sitting room, combining contemporary and classic features. Smooth leather sofas, feature traditional exposed brickwork, and a rustic wood burning stove gives you perfect setting to relax and warm up whilst watching the wall-mounted Smart TV.
The large kitchen/diner is a homely room equipped with a large range cooker, microwave, dishwasher, and a coffee machine, paired with fabulous granite worktops, whilst the rustic wooden dining table is the perfect spot to share a meal and some quality time with your loved ones.
Positioned just by the kitchen is the equipped utility room, fitted with a washing machine, freezer and plenty of storage.
You will find one of the twin bedrooms through the kitchen, with its modern decoration of silver, black, and white tones with a rustic twist and ample storage.
Upstairs you will find two welcoming and delightful king-size bedrooms and the second Twin Bedroom.
Both King-size bedrooms feature stylish cave style en-suite wet rooms with sloping ceilings, accessed through a unique, rustic, arched timber doorway, with one also boasting amazing views out to North Wales on a clear summer's day.
Why not pamper yourself and steal some 'You time' as you take a soak in the fabulous freestanding roll-top bath, or alternatively, there's also a separate shower enclosure for when you want a quick freshen up before going to one of the local pubs.
Outside you will find ample parking down our Private, Gated Driveway.
We have a secure garden next to the Farmhouse and also 7 acres of fields that you can let the children run around and burn off some energy.
All of the fields are split into paddocks and are surrounded by post and rail fencing with sheep wire but we request that dogs are supervised at all times and you respect our neighbouring farms.
There is also the stunning Hot Tub to enjoy your relaxing evenings in with power jets, a waterfall and ambient lighting.
As you stand outside The Farmhouse you can see for miles - unbroken views across the open countryside. On a clear day you can see all the way across to North Wales, Rochdale and you can see some great landmarks including Jodrell Bank - The world-famous radio Observatory and UNESCO world heritage site.
Just a short walk down the road you'll find two traditional pubs, where you can enjoy delicious food and a well-deserved pint after spending the day getting your thrills at the nearby Alton Towers Theme Park or discovering the natural beauty of the Peak District National Park.
Alton Towers theme park, containing thrilling rides for the grown-ups and thrill-seekers and a smaller area for the younger guests, a water park, a relaxing spa, and a mini-golf course. The Peak District National Park is home to picturesque views, walking trails, cycling opportunities, and wildlife watching.
Not far from there is Biddulph town centre which hosts an array of shops and convenience stores where you can find all the essentials you need to stock up.
For the horse lovers, we have horse riding stables next door where you can practice your equestrian skills.
Also on the doorstep, a short drive away, you will discover gorgeous scenery and nature. Why not visit Biddulph Grange Garden? A National Trust Victorian botanical haven or you could visit Knypersley Reservoir, a historic canal feeder dating back to 1827.
You can venture into the middle of the Peak District to discover the stunning market town of Bakewell, home to the scrumptious Bakewell tart, or you can explore the fascinating The Monsal Trail, the prestigious Haddon Hall, and the famous Chatsworth House, which featured in an adaptation of Pride and Prejudice.
There is plenty for the Adventurers to see and do during your stay or you can use your time at The Farmhouse to just relax, unwind and get together with loved ones in a peaceful and tranquil setting.