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Town End Barn, Peak District

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Spacious and comfortable barn conversion fitted and finished to the highest standards. Situated at the end of a quiet lane at the edge of the village,
the cottage overlooks the magnificent Manifold Valley. A footpath leads directly from the cottage and there are numerous walking and cycling trails all around the area. Easy access to nearby towns and historic sites - the heart of the Peak District!

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Recently renovated, with charming wood floors and a cosy wood burning stove in the stunning stone hearth in the sitting room, this spacious and comfortable accommodation makes a fantastic romantic hideaway or family holiday

Two bedrooms: 1 x double with hotel quality en suite bathroom (shower with basin and WC) and colour TV, 1 x ground floor twin with colour TV and video. Note: First floor is accessed by a spiral staircase via the twin bedroom.
Bathroom with bath with electric shower over, basin and WC.
Fitted kitchen with newly completed dining room extension
Utility area with washing machine, dryer & chest freezer
First floor sitting room with beamed vaulted ceiling and woodburning stove.
Entrance hall

The Barn is situated next to the owner's farmhouse. Both are in the region of 300 years old. Owners Tim & Michelle are happy to help and advise with any aspect of your stay, though there is lots of private space around the barn to ensure your privacy.

This delightful village is situated on the side of the beautiful Manifold Valley in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Like its well known neighbour the Dove, the Manifold cuts a course through superb scenery and is a delight for both walkers and cyclists with the “Manifold Trail” following the route of the old Leek to Manifold Light Railway. Warslow itself is a pretty stone built village, and close by is Hartington with a wide range of shops, whilst further afield is the market town of Ashbourne. The surrounding area has many pubs offering a good range of food and Alton Towers is just a 30 minute drive away.

There are local buses. The nearest railway stations are Buxton and Macclesfield approximately 10 & 18 miles away

Full Gas (LPG) central heating via combi boiler with additional heating from woodburning stove in sitting room. Basket of logs and coal provided.
Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer, colour TV, video, CD player etc.
Basic necessitates always left in the cottage – tea, coffee, bin bags, toilet roll, handwash.
Bed linen and towels inc. in rent.
Cot and highchair on request.
Off road parking for two cars.
Pretty garden and private patio area with garden furniture and BBQ.
Sorry, no smoking and no pets!
Pub 10 mins walk.
The nearest shops are in the bustling village of Hartington, 2.5 miles away.

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Warslow, England, United Kingdom

We're often asked about nearby places to eat that we recommend - so I've included this information here!

PLACES TO EAT WITHIN EASY DRIVES FROM THE COTTAGE
FEBRUARY 2018

The Reform (formerly the Red Lion)
Ankers Lane
Thorncliffe
Nr Leek
Staffordshire
ST13 7LP
Contact Telephone Number:
01538 300325
Refurbished pub between Warslow and Leek – it reopened in 2014 under new owners. The pub is now a dining destination with attractive simple décor, lots of stone and scrubbed wooden tables. The food is good, unpretentious and reasonably priced. The service is friendly and efficient.
The pub does get very busy and booking is advisable. Saturday night and Sunday lunches are very popular and often booked up.
(Closed on Mondays) Directions from the cottage:- take a right turn at the top of School Lane and then immediately turn left up the hill through the village. Continue on that road all the way to the T Junction at the top of the moors and then turn left towards Leek. Continue on that road, which is quite winding, into Thorncliffe, a cluster of houses that line the road. Shortly afterwards you will see the Red Lion on the right hand side.

The Manifold Inn
Hulme End, Hartington, Nr Buxton SK17 0EX
Tel: 01298 84537
A busy bustling pub that is popular for drinkers and diners alike. Very popular as it is at the start of the Manifold Trail as well as being surrounded by a campsite. Good basic pub grub and lively atmosphere. Has dedicated dining rooms as well as tables in the bar. Booking recommended for weekends or peak holiday times. Open 7 days per week.
If using a car Sat Nav system you should enter your destination as:
SK17 0EX
Hulme End
Road: B5054
Take a right turn at the top of School Lane, then take the second turning right onto the B5054, sign posted to Hartington. Pass through Hulme End and we are on the right immediately after crossing the river.


Ye Old Rock Inn
Old Buxton Road, Upper Hulme, Leek ST13 8TY
Telephone: 01538 300324
A very well run and popular pub sited in Upper Hulme just under spectacular ridge of hill known as The Roaches . It is an unreconstructed pub with all the old fashioned trappings but the food is reliable, the service good and the kitchen efficient. Again it is popular with locals and usually very lively. The speciality is the steak and the grills which are very good and you can try steak on a “hot rock” which you cook yourself at the table.
Directions:
Llocated just off the A53 Leek to Buxton Road, approximately 4 miles from Leek. The pub is sign posted with a brown tourist sign off the main Road.
Open: -
Monday to Friday from 6pm.
Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays open all day from 12 noon.

The Old Dog
Thorpe, Near Ashbourne
Spend Lane
Thorpe
Ashbourne
DE6 2AT

PHONE
01335 350990
Another pub that was taken over by a family and completely refurbished, reopening in December 2014. It is now stylish and has good and interesting food which is heavily focused on artisan style burgers However it is near Dovedale and so does get extremely busy at lunchtimes, weekends and peak season. It doesn’t take bookings either but is worth calling in early evening maybe on the way back from a trip as they have massed of tables and some are usually available. They specialise in steaks, ribs & burgers. The only negative we have found is that due to the trendy lighting the place is extremely dark inside – this makes is cosy but it can be difficult to see what you’re eating!
Directions:- Turn right at the top of School Lane and then 2nd right to Hartington. Go through Hartington and then follow the road all the way to the T junction with the A515 the main Buxton Ashbourne Road. Turn right and then follow the signs for Thorpe which is a right turn off the A515. The pub is in the village of Thorpe
Not open Monday & Tuesdays.


The Royal Oak
Hurdlow Near Buxton SK17 9QJ
01298 83288
Yet another refurbished and renovated pub – this one just near the start of the Tissington cycle trail at Parsley Hey. Again very popular and jolly place although we’ve had mixed experience foodwise here we would recommend it as long as it’s not too busy and you stick to the stuff they know how to do well i.e. burgers and pies which are really good. It gets VERY busy on Saturday night
By Sat Nav
If you're using satelite navigation to find us you'll need our address which is The Royal Oak, Hurdlow, Nr Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 9QJ.
Directions:
Turn right at the top of School Lane and then 2nd right to Hartington. Go through Hartington and then follow the road all the way to the T junction with the A515 the main Buxton Ashbourne Road. Turn left onto the A515 towards Buxton then after around a mile take another turn left to Hurdlow.
The George at Alstonfield
A local pub that’s taken itself very upmarket and is Good Food Guide listed.
It’s situated around a 15 minute drive from Warslow in the nearby village of Alstonefield – a very pretty place. The pub and dining room are small and simply decorated. The food is pricey by local standards but it is good and it’s popular. Lunches are also good and a more modest price.
The George, Alstonefield, Nr Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 2FX | 01335 310 205
www.thegeorgeatalstonefield.com
Directions:- turn right at the top of School Lane and then second right towards Hartington. At the bottom of the hill you come into Hulme End – go over the bridge and turn sharp right in front of the Manifold Inn. Follow that road for about 1.5 miles and you come straight into the village of Alstonefield. The pub is in the centre of the village.

The Pack Horse Crowdecote
Address: Buxton Crowdecote SK17 0DB
Phone: 01298 83618

A 16th century character pub that is popular for food with locals. It’s not very big so can be rather cramped but is situated in a great spot for stopping off during a walk.
Around 20 minutes drive from the cottage

The Three Horseshoes Blackshaw Moor
Buxton Rd, Blackshaw Moor, Leek ST13 8TW
01538 300 296
A large pub which has evolved into an institution! Now has accommodation, functions & a spa.
They have a menu ranging from an enormous daily carvery through to light snacks and high end dining. Around 20 minutes drive from the cottage.

The Lazy Trout Meerbrook
Meerbrook, Leek ST13 8SN
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01538 300385

A newly refurbished pub that is becoming a local favourite as the décor and the food are really good. Situated just near to the Tittesworth Reservoir where there are easy walks, a visitor centre and a children’s playground. Booking essential.

Again – around a 20 minute drive from the cottage.

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