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B and Bs in Cheadle

Hermitage Working Farm
Froghall
Cheadle
Cheshire

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Hermitage Working Farm B&B provides you with an ideal base to visit the many attractions in and around the Staffordshire Moorlands, for example Alton Towers, The Peak District, Trentham Gardens, The Churnet Valley, Dovedale and The Staffordshire Potteries to name a few.

Set in the Staffordshire Moorlands, Hermitage Working Farm stands high overlooking the picturesque wooded Churnet Valley affectionately known as ‘Staffordshire’s Little Switzerland’ with its canal wharf, meandering river and nostalgic steam railway.

This 92-acre hill livestock farm was once part of the Thomas Bolton Estate and has been in the Barlow family for almost 30 years. In 1985 Wilma Barlow commenced a bed & breakfast service which has developed with the help of her family into a thriving concern. Looking after guests is an increasingly important part of the Barlows’ working life today.

Hermitage Working Farm is the perfect base for any kind of holiday, whether it be fun filled or merely quiet and relaxing. From here you can spend time at Alton Towers being just 10 minutes away, alternatively Stoke-on-Trent hosts many famous Staffordshire Potteries with their museums and factory shops and are all a meagre 12 miles away.

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