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Little Park Farm, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire

Little Park Farm

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Glorious panoramic views over meadowland and the Staffordshire moorlands and a peaceful farmstead location are enjoyed by visitors to this recently built farmhouse. Perfect for larger groups, it boasts a smart, modern, exceptionally spacious and luxurious interior, half an acre of garden and access to free fishing all within 8 miles of both Alton Towers and the cycle trails of the Manifold Valley. Also about 8 miles away, the Potteries offer a wealth of attractions including china factory tours, craft areas, shops and museums, as well as the Waterworld swimming pool, indoor skiing and bowling. Within 4 miles, a steam railway provides scenic trips, whilst more energetic visitors can enjoy paintball games or wonderful walking in the Churnet Valley. The great houses of Shugborough Hall, Little Moreton Hall and Chatsworth all lie within easy reach, and golf and riding are available nearby. There is a dining pub and restaurant in Cellarhead (1 mile) and the nearest shop is 1 miles, whilst more extensive shopping is 4 miles.

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