Shepherds Delight, Marchington Near Uttoxeter, Peak District & Derbyshire Dales


Would not you love spending your free time at a place that gives you a chance to see rugged mountains, majestic farmlands, Lakeland views, windswept area, bustling towns full of cozy cottages made of local stones? If yes, imagine yourself in Derbyshire!

This beautiful spot contains a series of attractive historic mills in which some worldly renowned modern factories are also listed. Apart from this, if you want to go on a day out with your loved ones then many countryside sites are best spots to go as here you can enjoy the calm and wetlands. You can visit here the Buxton Museum which is famous for exhibition and events.

Here you can have a cozy stay in beautifully decorated cottages which are listed under hoopla hotels at affordable prices.

The scattered village of Marchington is set in some beautiful rural countryside in the boundaries of the Marchington Woodlands, within easy reach of the Peak District National Park. Marchington is mentioned in the Domesday Book and offers some beautiful walks as it runs adjacent to the River Dove. The village has a couple of friendly pubs with The Dog and Partridge serving good food, The Barn Indian Restaurant, a small shop and two churches. The village is situated five miles from the bustling Staffordshire town of Uttoxeter with its popular racecourse, golf club, and cinema. NT Sudbury Hall and its Museum of Childhood are very close by, offering a fascinating insight into days gone by. The market town of Ashbourne is within driving distance, with its eccentric street plan, narrow cobbled.

The market town of Ashbourne is within driving distance, with its eccentric street plan, narrow cobbled alleys, and quaint coaching inns. Ashbourne is something of a haven for antique hunters, boasting superb shops, as well as offering a variety of good pubs and restaurants. The Dove and Manifold Valleys are also nearby, and with both Tittesworth and Carsington Reservoirs and the thrills of Alton Towers an easy drive, this is a beautiful and relaxing location to enjoy all year round.A gorgeous shepherd’s hut ideally located on the owner’s farm, overlooking meadowland and an orchard in the pretty rural village of Marchington, Staffordshire.

A gorgeous shepherd’s hut ideally located on the owner’s farm, overlooking meadowland and an orchard in the pretty rural village of Marchington, Staffordshire.

Ideal for couples, this beautiful bespoke Shepherd’s Hut offers unique beauty and charm with a well-equipped open plan living area providing everything needed for a relaxing holiday.

Inside there is a feature hand-made wooden comfortable double bed with en-suite shower room, dining area with folding chairs where you can enjoy a leisurely breakfast or simple supper.

The outdoor front decked area has a seating area an excellent place to enjoy an evening BBQ, relax with a good book or enjoy a refreshing drink after a swim in the pool.

From Newfield Green Farm Shepherd’s Hut, there is a network of footpaths to explore and enjoy, a perfect opportunity to enjoy the peace and quiet of this rural area.

If you’re looking for a slightly faster pace then head for a day at the horse racing in Uttoxeter, a fabulous day out, and Uttoxeter, of course, has a lovely array of shops, bars, and restaurants to enjoy.

A little further on is the market town of Ashbourne, the chance to head into the Peak District National Park, and Alton Towers is within very easy reach.

A stunning holiday home for a memorable holiday at any time of year.

All ground floor. One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.

 

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