Ground floor: Living room with stone floor. Dining room/kitchen. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double (5ft) 1 twin. Bathroom with shower over bath (no toilet). Separate toilet.
Sitting room with wood-burning stove and door to enclosed patio. Kitchen with arch to small dining area. First floor: Double bedroom with four poster bed. Twin bedded room. Bathroom/WC (shower over bath).
This lovely annexe is attached to the farmhouse on the owner's working farm, in the small hamlet of Bradnop, near to the historic town of Leek and sleeps four people in two bedrooms.
Open plan kitchen/dining room with sitting room and electric 'wood burner effect' fire. First floor: Double bedroom. Single bedroom. Bathroom/WC with separate shower cubicle.
This impressive three bedroom property is able to sleep up to nine people and is situated in the Peak District hamlet of Bottomhouse.
This is a spacious and stunning 18th Century Barn conversion with fabulous views across open countryside, that sleeps up to 15 people.
Beamed sitting/dining room with electric 'wood burner effect' stove and French doors to patio garden. Galley kitchen. Shower room/WC. First floor: Double bedroom with high beamed ceiling.
This delightful terraced barn conversion is situated in the hamlet of Bradnop, near Leek and sleeps five people in two bedrooms.
This luxurious detached cottage with a separate first floor annexe is in the village of Bradnop near Leek and sleeps up to twelve people in five bedrooms.
This single-storey cottage is close to the village of Ipstones near to Leek and can sleep two people in one bedroom.
Set just 2.5 miles outside of the village of Ipstones is this lovely, detached cottage that can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
This detached, pet-friendly single-storey cottage in Grindon sleeps two people in one bedroom and is near to the owners' home.
This semi-detached barn conversion in Elkstones near Leek has its own entrance and is attached to the owners' home, sleeping eight people in four bedrooms.
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