A fabulous barn conversion with outstanding views, this property offers comfortable and spacious accommodation for up to 14 people.
This barn conversion has breathtaking views and is situated on a 17th Century farm in Meerbrook. The honeystone building has been skilfully converted and has the all conveniences of modern day living yet retains a wealth of character. There are six opulent bedrooms, two with en-suites and two of the rooms share a Jack and Jill bathroom. There is a further lavish shower room on the ground floor. The kitchen is beautifully fitted and boasts a range cooker and large dining area, which leads to the warm and inviting sitting room with its exposed beams and open fire. Outside is a lawned area with furniture and a barbecue. This is a special property and makes the perfect base for a holiday in this wonderful area.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
The perfect place for our celebration Booked the Rindle for my husband's 50th birthday. I could not be more pleased with the accommodation. It was spotless & perfect for our needs. Age range of 5yrs-50yrs and each and everyone enjoyed it, even the teenagers! Suzanne the owner was welcoming, friendly and helpful - key collection etc was easy & nothing was too much trouble. Lovely bottle of fizz & a box of chocolates greeted us on our arrival.
The photos on the agency website do not do the Rindle justice, it is wonderful. Fully kitted out with anything you need in the kitchen, games & dvds in the living room.
We will 100% book this place for another large celebration. Totally exceeded expectations, don't hesitate to book. A Holiday Lettings verified reviewer 2018-09-25
Mrs Great house for a large party. We had a big party for my mum there. Great facilities, large kitchen lounge and all the showers good ! Close to things to do for kids, walkers and climbers in the Peak District. Very good owner who was really helpful for all the stay. 187Helen 2017-08-07
Spacious accommodation for a family reunion, fully equipped and within easy reach of hikes and attractions. The location has lovely views, is quiet and set well back from a country lane but not far from Leek, Buxton, Stoke and Macclesfield for groceries and museums. The Silk Museum in Macclesfield is a must. The Peak District scenery is beautiful, we went walking from the house or drove short distances first. Try renting bikes on the Monsal Trail from Hassop station near Bakewell. Rock climbers will love the nearby Roaches.
There was space for our toddler grandchildren to play outside and away from the road. Our group was 8 adults and two toddlers and there was plenty of seating at the very long table and in the lounge, and the 4 bathrooms meant no waiting for showers. I highly recommend this beautiful barn conversion. Jane H 2017-07-02
Simply outstanding A most suitable accommodation for any size of party . Ours comprised of 12 people and everything was perfect . The accommodation is extremely well equipped and most comfortable with all the nice touches . There is plentiful heat and ample hot water even when all the showers etc are in use at the same time. On arrival there was a bottle of wine, flowers and chocolates waiting which was a nice welcome. Suzanne ,the owner came and said "hi" and she was most friendly. Nearby there is plenty to do and the local pub ,the lazy trout , is well worth the 5 minute stroll to. We will return here for sure. TimB1960 2016-11-16
Fantastic for large groups Eleven of our family from around the world stayed In this gorgeous barn. We were very lucky with the weather and had a fab week here. The barn is so roomy and well equipped and I liked the fact that the large kitchen flowed into the lounge so that everyone was together. It was very clean and well equipped.The dining table was huge and sat everybody comfortably with room to spare. There was plenty of sofas in the lounge area. There are two large bedrooms on the ground floor and also a wet room. Please be aware there are steps around the barn which if you are wheelchair bound but I managed fine with crutches.We were greeted on arrival and the chocolates and wine were very much appreciated. There is a pub a few minutes walk away and a reservoir with a lovely play park and places to barbecue and picnic. Water sports were on offer while we were there. There are so many places to visit and the scenery is awesome. There are supermarkets ,shops etc a short drive away. We all enjoyed our stay but the highlight for the boys was the friendly rooster that came to visit each evening to be fed and petted lol. We would definitely recommend this barn and the owners were so helpful. Thanks for having us it was a wonderful holiday. June S 2016-08-25
Parking Space Linen provided Towels provided Dishwasher Cooker Fridge Washing Machine Television High Chair Cot
Double Beds 5
Twin Beds 1
Details Gas central heating throughout, underfloor heating on ground floor, open fire in sitting room Electric range cooker & gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, flat screen TV, DVD, radio/CD player etc Small library of books/games/DVDs Fuel, power & starter pack for open fire included in rent Bed linen & towels included in rent Cot & highchair available Own lawned garden & patio with furniture & BBQ Ample off road parking Sorry, no pets & no smoking Shop 4 miles, pub 5 mins walk
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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