Common Barn Farm B & B

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Smith Lane Rainow
Rainow
Greater Manchester
England
SK10 5XJ

Common Barn Farm B & B, Rainow

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Our traditional working sheep farm is situated at 1200 above sea level, on the quiet, unspoiled western side of the Peak District National Park. We enjoy excellent open countryside with far-reaching views over the Cheshire Plain to the Welsh mountains. We have facilities for small conferences (up to 25 people) and broadband wireless internet access on site.

Our B and B is ideally located for exploring the magnificent scenery of the Peak District and Cheshire, as well as for visiting the stately homes in the area, such as Chatsworth House. We run a tea shop on the farm, open daily. Our Peak District Environmental Quality Mark Lamaload Lamb is sold from the farm and through local deliveries.

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