Charming 2 bedroom cottage with a village location within the picturesque Churnet Valley, complete with a lovely canal-side garden where you can sit out and feed the ducks. Just 15 minutes’ drive from Alton Towers and with some of the Peak District’s best towns such as Buxton, Leek and Ashbourne within easy reach, this is a fantastic holiday home. Nearby is the Churnet Valley Railway Centre where you can catch a ride on a steam train and the Boat Inn with its good quality fare is just across the road.
Within Daisy Cottage there is an open plan living room with a log burner and dining area next to a well equipped kitchen complete with gas hob, gas oven with separate grill, fridge freezer, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher. There is also a downstairs bathroom. There are 2 comfortable double bedrooms, each with a double bed and bedding is provided. There is also a loft room which has 2 single beds which is ideal for children. Whilst the cottage can sleep 6, it is not suitable for 6 adults and is ideally suited for a family of 2 adults and 2 children.
Outside the canal-side garden is perfect for soaking up this tranquil setting. It’s even possible to bring your fishing rod and do a spot of fishing along the canal during your stay.Wifi
internet access is available. This is a no-smoking property.
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Kitchen & Dining:
- Sky TV
- Video or DVD
- Internet Access
- Type of Cooker: Gas oven, grill and hob
- Dining Table Seats: 5
- 2 Double Bed(s)
- 2 Single Bed(s)
- Bed Linen Provided
- Towels Provided
Garden and Outdoors:
- Central Heating
- Wood Stove
- Garden: Cottage garden which joins the Caldon Canal.
- Views of the Caldon Canal and Churnet Valley Steam Railway.
Alton Towers, The Potteries, Peak District National Park, Churnet Valley Railway Centre, Blaze Farm, Tittesworth, Bowling and ice skating, several leisure centres and swimming pools.
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Stoke
Recommended Places to Visit: Alton Towers, Buxton, Bakewell, Leek, Chatsworth House, The Potteries, Haddon Hall, Bridgemere Garden Centre, The Dorothy Clive Gardens, Biddulph Grange.
Annual Events: Cheddleton Carnival early August, Leek Show mid July, Ipstones Agricultural Show end of August, various events at The Churnet Valley Railway centre.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Cheddleton - The Boat Inn, Castro's, The Black Lion, The Red Lion.
Consall - The Black Lion.
Leek- So Thai, Qarma, The White Lion.
Ipstones - The Marquis of Granby
Elastomer - The Duncombe Arms
Local Sports: Fishing on the Caldon Canal or River Churnet and various carp pools close by. Also fly fishing locally. Astro turf football pitch in the village and outdoor play areas both in the village and at Tittesworth.