Take a relaxing break with a loved one in this lovely loft conversion with views over surrounding gardens and farmland. The quiet location is perfect for anyone looking for a countryside escape.
This beautiful loft property on the edge of the Peak District is the perfect romantic retreat for a couple and two canine companions. Surrounded by peaceful countryside offering numerous waggy-tailed walks from the door, it is an idyllic property for a week relaxing in this pretty part of Staffordshire.
The property sits next to that of the owner, but in its own private grounds. With a downstairs utility room perfect for cleaning off muddy paws and wellies, it is ideal for a doggy break. Steep stairs bring you into an elegant, studio-style living space, beautifully decorated in pretty cool blues and whites, with exposed beams and gently sloping ceilings creating a cosy, romantic feel. Snuggle up on one of the large, comfy sofas in the evening, with your four-legged friends stretched out in front of the glowing wood burner before taking a few steps and falling straight into bed in the corner. In the morning, throw open the doors to the Juliet balcony and let the fresh air in. Outside the pretty garden is a delight, with masses of floral displays, a romantic bistro table for two and a lawn for your furry friends to stretch their legs.
Just down the road is pretty Rudyard Lake (2 miles), after which author Rudyard Kipling was named, where you and your canine companion can enjoy a picturesque lakeside walk.
Biddulph Grange country park (4 miles) is another destination that will keep your four-legged friend happy, with over 70 acres of woodlands, ponds and meadows to snuffle about in. The wilds of the Peak District offer spectacular views around the villages of Wildboarclough (12 miles). Climb up nearby Shutlingsloe hill before retiring to a cosy, dog-friendly pub for a fireside lunch.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.