Listing Ref: 196
Quarry Walk Lodges, Cheadle, Staffordshire
Quarry Walk Lodges are a group of fabulous, cosy lodges situated in a delightful rural woodland setting. Cosy and comfortable, the traditiona log cabins combine the rustic ambience of a cabin retreat with plenty of state of the art amenities to ensure guests want for nothing. Whether you want a relaxing escape or a few days spent discovering fascinating wildlife, this is the ultimate destination for lovers of the great outdoors, at any time of year.
Quarry Walk Lodges accommodation
A selection of traditional, timber clad log cabins. All really make the most of their tranquil surroundings, and boast lovely verandahs with garden furniture and even a fabulous hot tub. These secluded sun traps are ideal for whiling away balmy evenings basking in the beautiful scenery. Or perhaps even enjoying a spot of star gazing on a clear night.
General amenities include: flat screen TV with Freeview/DVD player, and a CD player/radio as well as a Wi-Fi* connection.
Meanwhile, well-euipped kitchens provide a microwave, dishwasher and washer/dryer (except Woodpecker, Fox Cub and Fox Lodge 4 and 6).
Rent includesbed linen, duvets and towels, in addition to oil and electricity. Highchairs are also available free of charge, and travel cots for £10pw each.
Pets welcome for £60pw each (max 1) (in specific accommodation only).
Please note: Group bookings may be subject to restrictionsPets £60pw each. *Charges apply. Some log cabins have wheelchair access suitable for parties including a visitor with partial disabilities – please check when booking. All non smoking accommodation).
Pamper pack for couples – Champagne, fresh flowers, chocolates and use of fluffy bathrobes – £95 per pack
(order and pay for prior to arrival).
Quarry Walk Lodges surrounding area
The beautiful county of Staffordshire has a beautiful, green landscape and a fascinating industrial heritage. There are plenty of spectacular walking opportunities within easy reach. The spectacular nearby moorlands and outstanding Cannock Chase provide fabulous walking and cycling trails. Or the Ashbourne Trail is 13.5 miles of traffic free riding on the disused railway line. A lovely, easygoing way to see the area at its best.
Slightly further afield, the Parsley Hay Trail boasts over 30 miles of traffic-free cycling through absolutely magnificent limestone scenery.
There is lots of history to discover close by. The Old Manor in Ashbourne is a grand, Elizabethan manor house adjoined to an impressive medieval hall. The house has a long and fascinating history. Badly damaged during the Civil Way it fell into ruins soon after the death of Sir John Fitzherbert in 1649. After being rebuilt in 1680 it has been well preserved ever since and is now owned by the National Trust. It also has lots of fascinating features to spot, including 17th century Flemish glass alongside a medieval fireplace and a rare king post.
Elslewhere, Kedleston Hall offers a huge 820 acres of stunning parland, with lakes and waymarked walks. As well as a museum, landscaped gardens, and even a costumed housekeeper.
And of course, bustling Nottingham provides loads of shops, pubs, bars, excellent restaurants, and everything you need for a night on the town.