Delightful farm building conversion in a quiet rural location, ideal for a family or group of friends looking for a special country break.
Caringly converted with many original features, at the end of an unmade road, with a private patio area for sitting out.
The lounge has a wood burner in a brick chimney breast. Two comfy double sofas around a fireside rug. Ideal for sharing with four legged friends.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
About The Dairy
A charming two storey, two bedroom out building conversion, with original beams in bedrooms in the sloping roof.
Spacious lounge focused around hearth with wood burner, with double doors leading outside to private patio area. Kitchen and dining area combined. One ensuite double with shower, one ensuite twin with bathroom.
The Dairy is doggy friendly. One or two well behaved pooches are welcome to stay with you, free of charge.
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Things To Do in Chester
Hidden at the end of an unmade country lane, part of a row of original farm buildings near the Cheshire village of Coddington near the Welsh border.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city with a superb country break, enjoying miles of quiet walks with your canine companions.
Head for the quiet hamlet of Coddington to the east, or look out for the Plowley Brook to the west, with tree lined banks ideal for your furry friends to explore. The brook flows south to Barton Road, which has a service station, local supermarket and stylish timbered gastropub.
A short drive west down Barton Road takes you to the River Dee, which is the natural border between England and Wales at this point.
Head for Farndon, on the old road, and cross over the border on its stone bridge. Once over the border in Holt, stop by one of the two dog friendly pubs with their outdoor seating to take in the view.
Drive the 15 minutes or so north to Chester, and spend the day in this historic city, home to Roman ruins and much more for the history and culture lovers among you.
Take your furry friends on the two mile walk along the city walls, which look down on the modern city. Visit the Roman amphitheatre, the biggest in the UK, and take in the superb 10th Century cathedral.
Chester is also famous for its half timbered streets, where you’ll find lots of independent shops and dog friendly pubs, plus its legendary zoo.
To the north west of Chester is the coast of North Wales, with its superb seaside resorts, including Rhyl, Colwyn Bay and Llandudno.
To the east of Chester, and north east of Coddington, is the Delamere Estate, which has superb country walks and outdoor activities to enjoy, including the Go Ape tree top adventure course.
The Dairy at Highfield Cottages is a real home from home, part of a row of farm buildings, part of the peaceful natural setting of this area of the Cheshire countryside.
There’s plenty of room indoors, and you and your four legged friends will love the cosy interior with its wood burner and relaxed country feel. Just outside is one of the many lanes which criss cross the area, leading down to the brook or the village.
Enjoy the Welsh borders, with superb scenery dominated by the River Dee and the Welsh hills. Take a trip into Chester, which has plenty to please hungry pooches, plus historic sites dating back to ancient Rome.
Drive into the country and explore Delamere Forest, or head off to the beautiful North Wales coast for the day.
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