Rock House Farm offer three charming self catering holiday cottages in the Staffordshire village of Foxt near Alton Towers.
These lovingly converted former barns offer relaxing self catering accommodation in historic buildings with original features combined with all the modern facilities you would require for your stay.
The cottages sleep between 4 - 6 guests and are ideal for family holidays in the picturesque Staffordshire countryside.
Rock House Farm has three charming cottages, set in converted stone barns that have been decorated to a high standard and retain many of their original features combined with all the modern facilities you would require.
Badger Cottage has three bedrooms and sleeps 6, Dormouse Cottage has two bedrooms and sleeps 5, and Hedgehog Cottage has two bedrooms and sleeps 4.
Each cottage benefits from a fully fitted kitchen with oven, microwave, fridge and dishwasher as well as a good sized living area with a digital TV and a fireplace.
The cottages are set in over an acre of grounds and benefit from a children's play area with trampoline and swings, a barbecue area and a large car parking.
On arrival you are welcomed by the owners who include a generous welcome pack including bread, milk, tea, coffee and sugar.
There are brand new spa facilities available at these cottages, at a charge of £10 per session - please enquire for details.
For single sex groups, please contact the owner directly.
The cottages are located in the quiet village of Foxt in the Churnet Valley, and are across the road from a charming village pub serving restaurant and bar meals. The accommodation is less than five miles away from Alton Towers and is just a 10 minute drive away from the theme park.
There is also easy access to the beautiful countryside of the Staffordshire Moorlands and the Peak District, making the location ideal for walkers. The Churnet Valley Railway and Manifold Valley Cycle Trail are within easy reach and the nearby towns of Leek, Buxton and Stoke-on-Trent are also within easy reach.
We are located in the South Eastern corner of the village of Foxt. Heading to ST10 2HN via Satellite Navigation will take you to the church - please see directions below.
If arriving in the village from the South (via Froghall), you will travel up a hill for about a mile. At the top of the hill, keep right (do not take the left hand fork past the pub) and turn right as the road curves to the left. We are directly ahead.
If instead you arrive in the village from the North (via Cauldon Low, Winkill or Ipstones), keep going until you see the church on your right. Shortly the road will curve to the right and start going downhill. At this curve, turn to your left and we are directly ahead.