Mary’s Cottage is a delightful detached cottage ideally suited for a family or group of friends wanting a peaceful break.
Stylishly renovated brick town house, with natural light throughout, a chic open-plan living and dining area, and a kitchen which opens out onto private patio area.
The lounge has a wood burner. Comfy leather sofas, just right for snuggling up with a four legged friend at your feet.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
About Mary’s Cottage
A detached cottage with sunlit, open-plan living and dining room area and private patio. Garden furniture for sitting out, next to the Peak District National Park.
This is a cosy two bedroom house with a sunlit, stylish interior. One double bedroom with king size bed, one twin bedroom, and bathroom with bath and shower.
Mary’s Cottage is doggie friendly, so you can take one small pooch with you.
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Things To Do in Kingsley Holt
Nestling in a village halfway between Stoke on Trent and the Peak District National Park. Country walks and dog friendly stops all around, so you’ll never be stuck for somewhere to go with your furry friend for great days out.
Kingsley Holt sits in the Staffordshire moorlands, which is high country rising towards the Peaks in the east. There’s a dog friendly pub in the village, and a lovely recreation ground, so you’ve got the perfect place to start or finish a day out in the country.
Follow the paths and bridleways around the area, which form a network across the whole county. The River Churnet is nearby, with peaceful riverside paths and woods which your canine companion will love.
For the young at heart, why not spend the morning or afternoon at Alton Towers, which is just to the south east, further down the river. Take a ride on the Churnet Valley Steam Railway, which has superb views of the dramatic landscapes in this part of Staffordshire, which is known locally as Little Switzerland.
Go for a drive and take in the characterful local towns like Cheadle, Leek and Uttoxeter. There are lots of independent shops and dog friendly pubs, cafes and restaurants for two and four legged visitors to enjoy.
Also a short drive away are the National Trust properties at Biddulph Grange Garden, The Old Manor and Sudbury Hall. As well as fascinating history and architecture, these estates have huge grounds which doggy will love.
A 20 minute drive will take you to the Peak District National Park, which is ideal for a day out in one of England’s most beautiful landscapes. As well as hundreds of miles of walks, there are activities for the more adventurous, from abseiling do cave diving and kayaking.
Mary’s Cottage is a charming getaway in a delightful village, hidden in what is something of a hidden gem of the English midlands. Relax in the big, sunlit rooms, and enjoy breakfast or supper out on the private patio.
Stroll down to the village, and stop off at the dog friendly pub as you set out onto the Staffordshire moors. Take in the delights of the Churnet Valley, either on foot with pooch by your side, or on the superb steam railway which provides some unforgettable vistas.
Take in the charming local towns, spend a morning or afternoon at a country estate, or take a drive to the nearby Peak District National Park. Mary’s Cottage is both a great place to stay and a perfect base to explore Staffordshire’s unique charms.
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