Take a well earned break in our 18th century Listed William & Mary farmhouse on our 100 acre Dairy Farm with Cattle, friendly Pigs and rare breed poultry.
You'll find a relaxed, friendly atmosphere and a high standard of accommodation in beautiful, individually decorated rooms, including many extras to help you enjoy your stay.
Original Antique furnishings add to the character of this much loved family home, built in 1700.
Dining room with seperate tables where you can enjoy a hearty Staffordshire farmhouse breakfast.
Return to a log fire and put your feet up during the Winter season or
enjoy the scented cottage garden; a Bird and Butterfly haven during summer.
We have ample off-street parking.
Follow walkable paths down into the beautiful Churnet Valley, where you can ride The Churnet Valley Steam Railway and refresh at Kingsley and Froghall Station Tea room. Walk along the Caldon Canal and River Churnet; or Sprinks Lane to the Kingsley Bird and Wildlife Centre all within 1 mile.
Known as Staffordshires Little Switzerland it is truly a hidden paradise, full of wild flora and fauna The Staffordshire Way Footpath rises out of the valley and passes close by through St Werburghs Church yard. The Peak District and the Potteries are less than half an hours drive and Alton Towers is just 5 1/2 miles. Les Oakes's and St. Giles Catholic Church(a Pugin's gem) in Cheadle only 2 miles. We are centrally situated to most of Staffs and Derbyshires attractions including Bakewell, only 20 min and Chatsworth House 40 min. Antiques lovers will find some wonderfull treasures in Leek, 7 miles.