Oaktree is a Gold Award Winning Beautiful Cottage which has a wonderful balcony which overlooks a beautiful wildlife pond which is home to many birds and wildlife. This luxury cottage sleeps 2 people and is very spacious and homely.

    Oaktree is the right hand side of the photo with the balcony
    No adjoining neighbours
    Spacious cottage
    Beautiful gardens and patio with wonderful views
    Kingsize Bed
    Egyptian bedding and towels
    Large balcony leading from bedroom overlooking the wildlife pond and fields
    Gold Award Winning Cottage
    Private and secluded
    Safe and secure parking
    Unlimited wifi



    Oaktree is an GOLD award winning cottage for couples which is homely and spacious and is surrounded by an abundance of trees and wildlife and sits in front of the beautiful wildlife pond which is home to the moorhens and squirrels on 140 acres.

    We only book out one cottage at at time unless both are booked by the same family therefore peace and tranquilty can be enjoyed which our cottages have to offer.

    Smoking /vaping
    No charging of electric cars on the premises.


    A very spacious beamed kitchen/diner which has a fridge freezer, microwave, oven (electric) and a slow cooker.  There are wonderful country views from every window. There is a lovely reading area in this room which is perfect for planning your next day out.


    A perfect room for relaxing in with wonderful views   full glass french doors opening out onto the large  patio and gardens. A very comfortable  settee and reading chair  with reclining seats compliment this room with 32″ tv with free view and a good selection of DVDs and books. A lovely smoke effect woodburner is perfect for those winter nights.

    The cottage is rural but  only 10 minutes away from an award-winning canalside village and two lovely towns (Nantwich and Whitchurch ) as well as the beautiful Brown Moss Nature Reserve who has the Chef in the wood who sells very tasty home-made pies and pasties. We have five very good eating pubs including our village pub The Olde Jack Inn and The White Lion at Ash and there is also a super Indian restaurant that will deliver to the cottages.


    Please look at our cottages facebook and google pages for all our reviews which have kindly been written by guests who have stayed with us.

    The Bedroom

    A lovely bedroom with a scenic walk out balcony which overlooks the countryside and pond. The very comfortable king size bed with quality egyptian bedding ensures a good nights sleep. A charming country dressing table and antique wash stand makes this room very homely.

    The Bathroom

    A bathroom with views over the courtyard and fields which has a luxury spacious shower cubicle, wash basin and wc.

    Laundry Room

    Clothes can be aired in this room or can be hung out on the washing line. Maps and information are also kept in this room as well as the dvd library. Wet boots and coats can be dried also in this room as well as a secured room for bikes.

    We are very fortunate to be close to a wonderful nature reserve with woodland walks and the award winning canalside village of Audlem with its lovely canalside walks and tea rooms. The cottage is central for Cheshire/Staffordshire/Shropshire and Wales and so therefore many places to visit including nine National Trust Houses and Gardens including the Hawkestone Follies. Wollerton Gardens and Hodnet hall and Gardens are only 10 minutes away, whilst Bridgemere Garden World, Dagfields Antiques and the Dorothy Clive Gardens are within half an hour away.

    The Gardens

    Beautiful private gardens with a large patio with its own fruit  trees and wildlife pond with wonderful views of the countryside.


    Safe parking  outside the cottage

    The area and location

    From the Cheshire Plains and Delemere Forest to the canalside village of Audlem which has 8 circular canalside walks with tearooms and the beautiful Brown Moss Nature Reserve. On the Staffordshire Border we have the wedgewood and coalport museums and also the Lovely Trentham gardens and monkey forest. The Welsh border is only 40 minutes away with its rugged hills and the largest waterfall and there is the steam railway town of Llangollen with its steam trains and horse drawn barges. There is a very good cycle route which passes through the village which has 6 cycle routes. The cottage location is close to a wonderful nature reserve with woodland walks and the Melverley Wildflower Meadows.


    October 27th-November 3rd  BOOKED
    November 3rd-10th  BOOKED
    November 10th-13th BOOKED
    November 13th-17th
    November 17th-24th
    November 24th-December 1st