Kerridge End Holiday Cottages have 3 three properties: The Hayloft (sleeps 6), The Coach House (sleeps 4) and The Stables (sleeps 2). They can be found in the foot hills of The Peak District looking down on the Cheshire plains. They are all Grade II* listed buildings which means they are of exceptional historic interest and are graded 5* Gold, situated in the grounds of a gentleman’s country residence. Conveniently situated within easy reach of the Peal District National Park’s most stunning scenery and historic sites in the Cheshire Plains such as Chester, Tatton Park, Quarry Bank Mill, Dunham Massey, Lyme, Little Moreton Hall and Biddulph Grange Gardens. Locally there is an abundance of walking and cycling routes with everything from a Michelin-starred restaurant, to welcoming local pubs, restaurants, farm shops and cafes.
We really enjoyed our short break at The Coach House. It is certainly home from home with everything you need for your stay. Nice touches, home baked scones and jam, much appreciated after the long journey. Lyn was on hand with a warm welcome and offers of help and information during our stay. Probably is the best holiday cottage we have experienced.
The Stables provides excellent, comfortable accommodation. The old original stables have been refurbished and set out to the highest standards with a comfortable, spacious feel throughout. The kitchen area is cleverly thought out, with all necessary appliances. First class in every respect.
Cottage excellent - very homely. The place was spotless. The kitchen is a very sociable space and we spent a lot of time there when not out and about.
We were a party of four. One person in a wheelchair. Easy access to all ground floor facilities.
We spent our time visiting many local attractions and did a few wheelchair walks.
Castleton excellent for coffee and cake and we had the best breakfast ever at Peak View.
We would not hesitate to book again, or recommend the place to family and friends.
All in all the place was as advertised - if not better.