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Lowe Street Mews, Macclesfield, Cheshire

Lowe Street Mews

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WEEKLY LUXURY RENTALS £365pw - FULLY FURNISHED & EQUIPPED. Lower rates apply for bookings of 13 weeks or more. Personally owned and managed. Lowe Street Mews is located in a quiet backwater of the Cheshire market town of Macclesfield. The two bedroom mews houses are arranged in two terraces with a private car park.

In addition to a fully fitted kitchen plus bath/shower room, each has its own small patio/garden suitable for summer barbecues or evening drinks. Broadband, Telephone, TV etc. All houses sleep four people and in one case six. Housekeeping service is included. Costs are fully inclusive.

Superb modern Loft Apartments with private parking also available.

25 minutes from Manchester Airport and close to both the Bus Station and the Main Railway Station. Macclesfield Station is in the main London - Manchester railway line, boasting the latest Virgin Pendolino high speed trains.

On the edge of the Peak District National Park, Macclesfield Forest is a scenic blend of coniferous forest, lakes and moorland with extensive variety of wildlife, including a heronry. Close also to Macclesfield Canal and Stately Homes at Adlington Hall, Capesthorne Hall, Gawsworth, Tabley House and Lyme Park. Country walks abound.


Number of Units: 6
Unit Type: Mews houses
Nearest Major Town: Macclesfield
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