Holly Tree Farm B & B

Farmhouse in Jodrell Bank, Cheshire

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Holmes Chapel Road, Lower Withington
Jodrell Bank
SK11 9DT

Holly Tree Farm B & B, Jodrell Bank

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Located close to Jodrell Bank, Holly Tree Farm offers a good base for the business person or for touring the local attractions. Rooms are located in the house adjacent to the farm and are attractive and well equipped. Hearty breakfasts are taken in the farmhouse, and the emphasis is on local produce from the farms own shop.

Convenient for central Cheshire, M6 Jct. 18, 4 miles. Open all year

With more and more of us opting for a British break this year, it’s hard to know where to look for a holiday with a difference. However, when it comes to booking the ideal break, Holly Tree Farm in Cheshire offers something special. Established as a bed and breakfast four years ago, Holly Tree Farm is the perfect family getaway and gives children the ideal opportunity to experience farm life first-hand.

During lambing time in March and April, children have the unique chance to cuddle a newborn lamb. After visiting the sheep, there are pigs, ducks, hens and rabbits to see, as well as the famous Lovell radio telescope at Jodrell Bank, which is only a field away – all of which will make your holiday one to remember.

After a good, hearty breakfast, cooked from fresh eggs and local produce, guests are in the ideal location for exploring the wider countryside or visiting local attractions. For those looking for a piece of history Gawsworth Hall, Capesthorne Hall and Little Moreton Hall are beautiful country houses set in the Cheshire countryside, which are well worth a visit.

Tatton Park also offers something for all, with a kiddies playground, horse riding, cycling, fishing and 50 acres of stunning gardens to wander through.

If it’s shopping you’re after, Manchester’s Trafford Centre and the city of Chester are only a short journey away. Thrill seekers are just an hours drive from Alton Towers and after a long day spent exploring Cheshire, the local eating houses are the ideal way to wind down. Open all year round and located in Lower Withington, near Macclesfield, just 10 minutes from J18 of the M6 motorway, Holly Tree Farm is perfectly placed for enjoying the best of both worlds.

We also offer a convenient stop off for travellers who may be passing through via the M6 motorway or for Manchester International Airport, and wish for a more comfortable and welcoming place to rest before continuing on their journey. We look forward to welcoming you.

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