Lovely bungalow in a quiet hamlet, perfect for couples, a family or small group of friends looking for a peaceful break in the country.
Stylishly extended original building, with natural light through French doors opening onto rear patio area with garden furniture for sitting out.
The lounge has a coal effect gas fire in a hearth. Comfy fabric double sofa and chairs. Perfect for cuddling up with a four-legged friend.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Ground Floor Facilities
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
A country bungalow with sunlit living and dining room and private back patio with paved area and garden furniture, sitting in the heart of the Staffordshire moorlands.
This is a cosy two bedroom cottage, all on one level for perfect ease of access. One double bedroom with ensuite shower, one twin.
Fermain is dog friendly. One well behaved pooch is welcome to stay with you, and at no extra charge.
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Things To Do in Kingsley Holt
Nestled near the hamlet of Kingsley Holt by the River Churnet on the Staffordshire moors. Enjoy superb walks in the fresh country air with your canine companion, away from the noise and stress of the big city.
Take pooch for a walk into the village, stopping off in the dog friendly pub, then head off onto the paths and bridleways which criss cross the area. The Churnet flows to the west of the hamlet, with its wooded banks waiting to be explored by your furry friend.
Keep an eye out for the Staffordshire Way, a walking trail stretching from Worcester north to Cheshire. The route follows old train lines and other paths, and you can pick it up just outside of Froghall, to the north east of Kingsley Holt.
Also passing through Froghall is the Churnet Valley Steam Railway, which is one of the best ways of seeing the Valley, known locally as Little Switzerland. If you’re on foot, check out the Kingsley Bird and Falconry Centre, just to the west of the Churnet. This is a unique wildlife park, with lots of opportunities to get involved, not to mention some excellent walking routes.
A short drive up the A520 takes you to the market town of Leek, which is well worth spending a morning or afternoon in.
This ancient Staffordshire town is full of life, including dog friendly pubs and cafes, plus independent shops selling produce from local farmers. North of Leek is The Roaches, a natural wonder people come from all over the world to see.
It’s an outcrop of local gritstone, carved into amazing shapes thousands of years of wind and rain. Now you’re in the Peak District National Park, home to countless restful and not so restful activities, plus some lovely villages.
Fermain is a delightful holiday cottage, made from a family bungalow where you’ll love spending some quality time. From the French doors and big windows, you can see the open moorland of North Staffordshire, just waiting to be explored.
This hidden part of the English midlands lies next to the Peaks, in some of the country’s most pristine rural landscapes.
Explore the byways with your four legged friend, including the superb Staffordshire Way, which will take you as far north or south as you can manage.
Enjoy the delights of the Churnet Valley Steam Railway, or follow the river and canal by foot, car or bike. Don’t miss Leek, a market town bursting with life, on the edge of the fabulous Peak District. After a day out, come home and relax in your country cottage with pooch.
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