Dove cottage is pleasant and spacious,south facing with French windows opening onto a paved terrace and peaceful Cheshire countryside.The cottage is tastefully furnished to a high standard with antiques and a fully equipped kitchen with modern amenities.Ideal for a quiet retreat yet within easy reach of Chester, Shropshire and North Wales.Open all year, short lets avaiable.
Terms & Conditions
Pets by prior telephone arrangement.
Early check-in by prior arrangement.
Type Self Catering
£250 - £500 per week
2 spacious self-catering cottages with 2 bedrooms each. Quiet rural location at Manor Farm. Cholmondeley Castle (1 Mile) Chester (12 miles) Oulton Park (10 miles) Welsh Border (6 miles).
Dove and South Lawn Cottages are spacious self catering cottages that are south facing with French doors opening onto paved terrace and peaceful Cheshire countryside. They are tastefully furnished to a very high standard with fully equipped kitchens and all modern amenities. Dove Cottage has 1 double bedroom and 1 twin bedroom with 2 bathrooms. South Lawn Cottage has 1 double room and 1 twin room and 1 bathroom. Ideal for a quiet retreat within walking distance of Cholmondeley Castle Bickerton Hills and the Sandstone Trail. Also convenient for Peckforton Castle (3 miles) Oulton Park (11 miles) Chester (12 miles) and the Welsh Border (6 miles). Hiking, boating and fishing available nearby. Pets by prior arrangement. Open All Year.WIFI in all cottages.
Additional Directions Information
Our postcode is SY14 8AN. Follow the blue signs for Cholmondeley Castle. We are 1.5 miles from the A534 on the right hand side before the castle. We are about 3 miles from the A49 after Cholmondeley Castle and Cholmondeley Shop on the left hand side. Manor Farm is sign posted at the end of the drive.
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World Heritage Site Pontcysyllte(16.9m away) 01978 822912
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and canal consists of a continuous group of civil engineering features from the heroic phase of transport improvements during the British Industrial Revolution. The canal brought water borne transport from the English lowlands into the rugged terrain of the Welsh uplands, using innovative techniques to cross two major river valleys and the ridge between them. It was built between 1795 and 1808 by two outstanding figures in the development of civil engineering: Thomas Telford and William Jessop. Through their dynamic relationship the canal became a testing ground for new ideas that were carried forward into subsequent engineering practice internationally.+ Read More
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