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    Type Self Catering
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    Units 5
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    Sleeps 3 - 7
  • £195 - £850 per week

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Award winning self catering cottages set in stunning rural location near Chester on our family working farm. Peace and quiet guaranteed. Short breaks available, pub meals and village shop nearby.

Working Beef and sheep farm with rare breeds of poultry, baby lambs and piglets. Participants welcome. Also ride-on tractors for young children with trampoline, swings and slides etc. Only 20 minutes drive to Chester. Great pub meals within walking distance.

Our self catering cottages are located in a little valley overlooking the picturesque Cheshire village of Malpas. We enjoy stunning views across the countryside in Cheshire, Wales, Shropshire and Staffordshire, and a clear day invites miles and miles of fantastic, uncluttered scenery. Although the hustle and bustle of everyday life can seem a world away, we are only 30 minutes from the historic city of Chester and all that it offers in the way of sightseeing and shopping or a lively, energetic day out in the shape of the world famous Chester Zoo. Both Liverpool and Manchester lie just beyond that, less than an hour away

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    Drovers Barn
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    Sleeps 7
  • £450 - £850 per week

This modern two storey cottage opened December, 2010. It's designed to appeal to families as it has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bedroom is en-suite and on the ground floor whilst the double and triple bedrooms are on the first floor. The large kitchen/diner with its table to seat up to 10 is on the ground floor with access to the garden. The sitting room is on the first floor with a balcony with views across Cheshire to the Pennines in the East and the Shropshire hills to the South.

The cottage sleeps up to 7 people and has under floor heating throughout.

The Carter's Lodge is an annexe onto this cottage which can sleep 2 people and therefore can be used for extra people visiting the Drovers Barn or large group bookings. There is no adjoining door between these 2 cottages.

 

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    The Miller's House
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    Sleeps 6
  • £425 - £795 per week

This beautiful cottage has great views out over the farm pond, with ducks and wild geese, to the countryside beyond. There is a large patio, with table and chairs for relaxed al fresco eating. Miller's House is modern and spacious, with a fully-fitted kitchen, large lounge, two luxury double bedrooms and a twin-bedded room, perfect for families.

It has full central heating, plus a log burning stove which is really cosy on winter evenings.

Double bedroom with kingsize bed and en suite bathroom with shower
Double bedroom
Twin bedroom
Family-sized bathroom with bath and shower
Kitchen - dishwasher, electric cooker, microwave
Heating - full central heating plus log burning stove (first basket of logs free, additional baskets £3.00 each)
Large screen TV and DVD player with Freeview channels
WiFi broadband throughout (free to use)
Laundry - all bed linen and towels provided. In addition, there is a laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer which serves all cottages on the farm.
Pets - dogs are welcome to stay, by arrangement at time of booking.

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    Farmhouse Wing
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    Sleeps 4
  • £395 - £650 per week

This is a completely self-contained wing of the old farmhouse, that has been modernised throughout. The farmhouse dates from the 17th century, and has all the interesting features and architecture you'd expect from a house that dates from the time of Oliver Cromwell and the English Civil War! There is a lovely inglenook fireplace with modern log burner stove in the lounge, which has the original oak beams.

There are 2 double en suite bedrooms with feature beds - a stunning kingsize 4-poster bed, and a lovely kingsize French Chateau bed.

Two double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms
Kitchen - dishwasher, electric cooker, microwave
Heating - full central heating plus log burning stove (first basket of logs free, additional baskets £3.00 each)
Large screen TV and DVD player with Freeview channels
WiFi broadband throughout (free to use)
Laundry - all bed linen and towels provided. In addition, there is a laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer which serves all cottages on the farm.
Pets - sorry, no pets in this cottage
 

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    Dairyman's Cottage
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    Sleeps 4
  • £325 - £550 per week

Dairyman's Cottage is a spacious farm cottage that combines modern fittings with country comfort. It's warm and comfortable, and has a fully-equipped kitchen and large lounge. All the rooms are on one level. The large windows give views over the fields and surrounding countryside.

Master Bedroom - kingsize double bed and en suite bathroom with bath
Second Bedroom - sleeps one adult or two children (using single put-up bed in addition to single bed already in room)
Separate bathroom with shower - adjacent to Second Bedroom
Kitchen - dishwasher, electric cooker, microwave
Heating - full central heating plus fire in lounge
Large screen TV and DVD player with Freeview channels
WiFi broadband throughout (free to use)
Laundry - all bed linen and towels provided. In addition, there is a laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer which serves all cottages on the farm.
Pets - dogs are welcome to stay, by arrangement at time of booking.

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    Carters Lodge
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    Sleeps 2
  • £195 - £300 per week

Carters Lodge is a cosy retreat for a couple that want a perfect rural break surrounded by wildlife, hedgerows and farm animals.  There is also room in the double bedroom for a cot or a put-up bed for a child.

Full cream kitchen and dining area, 2 lovely comfortable armchairs with TV and DVD Player.  Large en-suite with wet/shower room.

Suitable for disabled use or people with mobility problems.

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car arrival: Take the A41 north from Whitchurch heading towards Chester. After five miles turn left at the sign for No Mans Heath. After a quarter of a mile turn left at first mini roundabout, then proceed for another quarter of a mile carrying straight on at the no through road sign as the road finishes the farm sign and directions are in front of you

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