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B and Bs in Congleton

Yew Tree Farm
Manor Park Road
North Rode

Congleton
Cheshire

CW12 2PF | View map
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Yew Tree Farm is an ideal base for a relaxing holiday in the heart of the Cheshire countryside as well as a central location for those on business seeking a restful stay within easy reach of the Potteries and Greater Manchester. Situated in the tranquil hamlet of North Rode near Congleton, Yew Tree Farm is within sight of the Peak District and Staffordshire Moorlands while situated in the delightful soft pasture of the Cheshire countryside. It offers a convenient base to explore many local attractions including Jodrell Bank Radio Telescope, Little Moreton Hall, Lyme Hall, Gawsworth, the Potteries shops and museums, Alton Towers and the many further attractions of the Peak District Park or you may simply choose to walk from the doorstep in the lovely local countryside through farmland or along canal banks and enjoy the wildlife, flora and delightful views. Guests are invited to look around and get to know the farm animals and wide range of pets. There are wonderful walks from the doorstep. Forget everyday pressures. Take a stroll to the lake to see the wildfowl, rest by the pretty stream and explore the woods. The style is relaxed country cottage with comfortable furnishings and a warm friendly atmosphere. Guests have access at all times and have their own entrance. The residents' lounge has a colour television and wireless broadband.

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