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Willow View
Property: 8015 Cheshire

Willow View - Willow View

Sleeps: 6 + cot
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No

  • Open countryside peace and quiet.
  • Disabled facilities.

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A Beautiful 2 bedroomed detatched cottage in open countryside yet close to all amenities.
New this year available from Easter onwards

Sleeps 4-6 people

Disability friendly with level access and ground floor bedroom and ensuite

A warm welcome awaits

We have had some great reviews !!!

Great for walking, bird watching,cycling,Horse riding or just peace and quiet.

Well behaved PETS OK!

For more details tarrifs and availability ring or text Janet on 07766607475

* Nearest pub ‘Egerton Arms’ 2 mile.
* Nearest shop ‘The Shoppe’ 1 mile.
This accommodation was originally a delapidated outbuilding used as a garage and store though it had never seen a car since we moved in.

It has been tastefully converted into a self contained accommodation and consists of:-


Open plan Lounge/Diner with bed settee table and 4 chairs more available if required french foors overlooking your own private garden patio and open countryside

Kitchen fitted units with gas hob,electric oven ,fridge ,microwave and toaster

Double dedroom with guest bed that can be used as a double or 2 singles

Ensuite with shower ,whb and wcb


Double bedroom with double bed wardrobes and shelves fantastic view from window (see picture)

Family bathroom with shower bath ,whb and wc


Your own private garden and stone flagged patio table and chairs BBQ




Towels and bedding provided

Initial basic essntials provided free tea coffee, sugar, cooking, oil, salt, pepper, sauce, half dozed free range eggs from our chickens
Cleaning basics, tissues toilet paper

We can even get a few groceries in for you if you let us know




Quarry Bank Mill A National Trust property, this water powered cotton spinning mill was built in 1784.

Tatton Park Situated 2 miles north east of Knutsford, Tatton has two historic houses, the Mansion and Tudor Old Hall, in 1000 acres of parkland with lakes, tree-lined avenues and herds of red and fallow deer. There are beautiful gardens and a working farm. Tatton Park has frequent events.

Gawsworth Hall Originally a Norman house, the building was extensively remodelled in 1480 and 1701. Formerly the home of the famous Fitton family, Gawsworth is an elegant and welcoming home which hosts many events.

Alderley Edge The Edge is the oldest known metal mining site in Britain, with activity dating back to1900BC. Today, this old industrial site is a beautiful woodland on a dramatic sandstone outcrop with outstanding views of Cheshire and the Pennines.

Jodrell Bank Jodrell Bank is 2 miles south of Chelford. This is the home of the famous Lovell radio telescope and the Merlin/VBLI National Facility. It has a great planetarium.

Anderton Boat Lift For many years, this incredible feat of engineering stood derelict. Now it is restored to its original function of transporting canal boats a vertical distance of approx. 60ft. between the Weaver Navigation and the Trent and Mersey Canal.

Nether Alderley Mill It's truly amazing how few of us who have lived in the area for years have visited the handsome 15th century corn mill, close to Welsh Row on the A34. I'm told it's well worth a look inside.

Capesthorne Hall Eight generations of the Bromley-Davenport family have lived in this imposing building. Originally constructed in the early 18th century, much of the central part was rebuilt following a fire in 1861. The Hall hosts many events throughout the year.

This is Cheshire's Original and Largest Falconry Centre and is based at Knutsford. The park has a comprehensive collection of eagles, vultures, falcons, kites, hawks and owls. Falconry courses, flying displays for shows and events, school visits, children's parties and photography workshops are available.
Gauntlet Birds of Prey Eagle and Vulture Park

Arley Hall The Gardens, which are amongst the finest in Britain, are outstanding for their vitality, variety and historical interest. The Hall is an impressive example of a Victorian country house built in the Elizabethan style.

Tabley House This fine neo-classical house was built by John Carr of York for Sir Peter Byrne Leicester, Bt., and completed in 1769. His son, Sir John Fleming Leicester, Bt., later 1st Lord de Tabley, was the first great patron and collector of British paintings. More © 2007 Chelford Village Contact Webmaster

Many local pubs and restaurants

This property appears courtesy of ClickHolidayCottages.co.uk

Accommodation & Facilities

Sleeps: 6
Bedrooms: 2
Cot Available: Yes

Pets Allowed: Yes. all well behaved pets wellcome
Smoking Allowed: No. 

Linen Provided: Yes. all linen

Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Oil

Open Fire: No. 

Disabled Facilities: Yes. level access ground floor bedroom and ensuite shower

Outdoor Facilities: Yes. BQ garden patio

Local Services: all sorts

Standard Rates

£400 low season - £600 high season.

£50 booking deposit payment in full 6 weeks before booking.

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1 mile Chelford, 5 miles Knutsford, 12 miles Manchester airport.

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