September 13th-20th £365
Oaktree Cottage (sleeps 2 people and a non smoking cottage)
Oaktree is a GOLD award winning cottage 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.
We do not accept bookings for this cottage if we know there will be children booked into Oakpond or more than 4 people staying and so early booking for this lovely cottage is reccomended.
A very spacious beamed kitchen/diner which has a fridge freezer, microwave, oven (electric) 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 over the wildlife pond with full glass french doors opening out onto the patio with private screen and gardens. A very comfortable leather settee and reading chair compliment this room with 32″ tv with free view and a good selection of dvd,s and books.
A lovely bedroom with a scenic 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.
A bathroom with views over the courtyard and fields which has a luxury spacious shower cubicle, wash basin and wc.
The 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.
Beautiful private garden with its own apple tree and wildlife pond with wonderful views of the countryside. The patio h is a sun trap with ratton furniture.
The parking is safe and secure for 2 cars. Please let us know if you have extra guests arriving who are not on the booking form.
The area and location
We are very lucky to have so many places to visit and walk due to the cottage being on the Cheshire/Shropshire Border.
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.