Menu Acorn Cottages in the Cheshire Peaks & Plains

Holiday Cottages on working sheep and beef farm.

A warm and friendly welcome will greet you from the Bullock family: Mark, Susan, and daughters, Win and Flo.

Two holiday cottages converted from farm buildings located on small working farm on the edge of the Peak District and Cheshire plain. Between the towns of Buxton, Macclesfield, Leek and Congleton.

Stay for a week or a month, come for a holiday, relax, visit friends, family and the area which has many National Trust properties, great scenery and attractions.

The Coach House.

"The Coach House" is a two bedroomed barn conversion offering the modern comforts of under floor heating with the features of beamed ceilings and stone floors.

Originally built to house the coach with two stables for the horses. The lofts above were for the stable boys. During the last century it was converted to milking shippons in the stables with turkeys in the loft!

  • One double bedroom, one large Captain's bed and put-me-up bed. The Captain's bed is a double bed accessed up a short ladder.
  • Bath with shower.
  • Cosy underfloor central heating.
  • Colour television with Freeview, DVD player and video.
  • CD radio cassette player.
  • Electric cooker, fridge and microwave.
  • Washing machine, iron, ironing board and freezer in laundry room.
  • Bed linen supplied, beds made up for your arrival. Please bring your own towels.
  • Garden area with table, chairs and BBQ.
  • Cot and highchair available.

The Shippon.

A self catering comfortable holiday cottage on a working livestock farm in the countryside between Macclesfield, Congleton, Leek and Buxton on the edge of the Cheshire Peak District.
The two bedroomed shippon conversion offes the modern comforts of underfloor heating, fitted kitchen and bathroom with shower.
This unit has been designed to be suitable for the less abled with wider doors and drive-in shower. Stone flagged floors, oak beams from our own woods and Yeomans cast iron wood burning stove add character to this converted building which has been used for milking cows and the housing of breeding animals.

  • One double bedroom at first floor, one twin bedded room suitable for the less able on the ground floor.
  • Shower room.
  • Cosy underfloor central heating.
  • Colour television with Freeview, DVD player and video.
  • CD radio cassette player.
  • Electric cooker, fridge and microwave.
  • Washing machine, iron, ironing board and freezer in laundry room.
  • Bed linen supplied, beds made up for your arrival. Please bring your own towels.
  • Garden area with table, chairs and BBQ.
  • Cot and highchair available.

The Farm.

Our working farm is mainly livestock with some oats.
Bonnie is our "none-working" sheep-dog.

Depending upon the time of year we may have young animals including calves, lambs, piglets and chickens.

What to see.

You might have your own ideas of what and who to see, but here are some others.

Discover Cheshire This is a fantastic website for planning walks, cycle routes and planning a visit to the area.

Year of the Gardens 2008

Parks and Country Houses:

Caves:

Sports & Activities:

Museums and Attractions:

Forests and Popular Walks:

  • Delamere Forest
  • Sandstone Trail
  • Cheshire Canals
  • Gritstone Trail
  • Macclesfield Forest

Cycling Routes:

  • Manifold Valleys
  • Tisington Trail

Contact.

The cottages book from Saturday to Saturday at £350 per week or 2 nights at £250.

Booking Conditions.

Please telephone us to check that your preferred weeks can be accommodated, and then we will hold your booking firm as long as your deposit arrives within 5 days.
We ask for a non-refundable deposit of £75.00 with the booking.
The balance of the payment must reach us at least 4 weeks before your stay (please note: no reminders will be sent).
Should you book within 6 weeks of your holiday then we expect full payment at the time of booking.
We also ask for a £50.00 damage deposit, (payable on arrival) which is returned to you on leaving the premises in good condition.
Towels are avialable to hire for £5.00 per person.

How to contact us:

Mark & Susan Bullock.

Phone:
Tel: 01260 223388
Mobile: 07711 350758

Email: lettings@acorncottages.co.uk

Or write to:
Oaklands Farm,
North Rode,
Congleton,
Cheshire
CW12 2PH

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