Yew Tree Farm

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Manor Park Road
North Rode
CW12 2PF

Yew Tree Farm, North Rode

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Relax in country cottage style rooms at this working farm which is set in beautiful countryside. Indulge in the generous breakfasts and traditional evening meals which are prepared using fresh local produce. Manchester Airport is only 30 minutes and M6 junctions 17 and 16 just 20 minutes.

Visit the Potteries, National Trust Properties nearby and the Peak District National Park. WiFi access.

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