Dairy Apartment 2 in Knutsford

Welcome to Dairy Apartment 2. With three bedrooms able to sleep up to five people, Laura Ashley designs and a cosy sitting room with wood-burning stove, this is a great property for a small family or a group of friends.


Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Large sitting room with woodburner. Oil central heating with woodburner in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, dishwasher, 2 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, radio/CD player. Fuel, power and starter pack of wood for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Shared lawned garden with garden furniture and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Speciality food shop on site. Shops, pubs and restaurants 3 miles. Note:No children under 8 years of age. Ensure all children are supervised. Note: Check-in time at this property is 4pm.


This charming two-floor apartment is situated in Tatton Park's magnificent 1000 acres of parkland and has been decorated and furnished to a very high standard. Décor has been selected to provide a welcoming and homely atmosphere and the living area, bedrooms and fitted kitchen are spacious and well appointed. The cottage also has access to a shared garden and numerous park facilities, including the historic National Trust Mansion and Old Hall, the internationally famous gardens, the glorious lakes, the outdoor adventure playground and the working farm. The local area is full of great activities and amenities, all within easy driving distance of this charming little house.

The Tatton Park National Trust property is a fabulous spot for a family holiday. With so much to do on site for visitors of all ages, this is a great place to relax and escape the hustle and bustle of city life. Featuring two historic houses set in 1000 acres of stunning parkland, the property also allows guests to explore the impressive gardens including the Japanese garden, apparently one of the finest examples of its kind in Europe. Visitors can also try to spot the herds of red and fallow deer that roam throughout the grounds. There is a working farm, an outdoor adventure playground a number of onsite speciality shops. Just three miles away is the pretty town of Knutsford offering a variety of quality shops, boutiques, restaurants and bistros. For more cosmopolitan activities visitors are within easy reach of Manchester, Liverpool and Chester.

Chester is a beautiful and historic border city. Walk its ancient walls, discover the Roman remains and experience 21st Century shopping in the unique half-timbered medieval ‘Rows' at the city's heart. Cruise the river, visit the cathedral or explore Ch

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Reviews of Dairy Apartment 2

"A lovely peaceful and quiet place to stay. The bird life was amazing, especially the Great spotted woodpeckers that came every day for a feed."

Reviewed by Mrs Hatfield on 11/06/2016

"Stayed here mid January 2016 with wife, daughter and my mother. This was my second time here. Previous stay was almost 3 years previous. Cottage hasn't changed. It's still a lovely, comfortable relaxing location. Location is superb. This time (during winter) we didn't see as much activity on the farm. That may have been due to our travelling away early and returning late. Lovely to see the animals - reindeer this time and the piglets. I won't go into details on the accommodation as I covered it pretty well last time. The rooms are warm and comfortable. The log fire in the lounge room was put to good use. As the front door opens into the room, even with the draft stopper, the room needed the fire to get it warm. The initial supply of kindling lasted the full week but the logs went in a couple of days. The logs are not seasoned so they leaked resin on the hearth. Best to keep them in the log basket with the newspaper and kindling. The logs are an easy purchase from petrol station in Knutsford or from a larger supermarket - Tesco in Northwich for example. The cottage is on the flight part to / from Manchester airport. We did hear planes in the morning, but this wasn't a problem for us. Time to get up anyway. Watch out in winter on cold mornings. The flagstones leading to the front door were icy. There was salt in the little shed which was good. A few handfuls were thrown around to help with this. This is a good location to spend a week in Cheshire; within striking distance of Liverpool, Anthony Gormley statues at Crosby Beach, the shopping at Chester, Manchester and the tranquility of the wonderful Peak District. Not far from the M6 you can cover a lot of ground from here ... or you can sit and enjoy the farm."

Reviewed by RupertAlgyAndBill on 05/02/2016

"We enjoyed the countryside setting of the cottage. The views of the animals in the fields and the trees from the bedroom windows were great. It was nice to walk to Tatton Park House and gardens. We had a good time and would stay here again."

Reviewed by Miss Lloyd on 27/09/2015

"The cottage was clean and the kitchen was well stocked with crockery, cutlery, utensils etc. The location is idyllic."

Reviewed by Mrs Sharples on 21/06/2015

"The cottage was in a great location, Tatton Park was fantastic to explore and the weather was lovely all week."

Reviewed by Mrs Tinker on 27/04/2014

"We had a wonderful holiday at Tatton. The cottage was comfortable and well appointed. It is situated near the farm and it was lovely to look out at the animals in the fields. The mansion and gardens are five minutes walk away which is very convenient. The gardens are lovely and we were lucky to have good weather to see them. Every effort was made to guide us there and we had no problem finding the cottage. Everyone at Tatton was helpful and kind. Best of all, we had a free pass to go everywhere. Tatton is also near many other gardens. For example, we visited Chatsworth for the day. I would recommend the cottage for a wonderful holiday. Tatton is near Manchester airport so we were aware of planes passing overhead but they were not loud enough to bother us and they do not fly at night."

Reviewed by A FlipKey verified reviewer on 30/10/2013

"This holiday was one of the best we have had. It was lovely to stay in Tatton Park, and to be able to look out on the fields and the animals every morning. Tatton is within reach of a number of famous gardens, and we went as far as Chatsworth over the Peak District. The Park and its surroundings are very relaxing. The cottage has everything required, we were very comfortable."

Reviewed by Mrs Stenning on 01/09/2013

"the apartment was really pretty and clean and ideal location as short walk to the tatton park farm and the house, only concern was the instructions to find the house could have been clearer, but we eventually sorted it........ but really lovely break, and free access to tatton park so you could come and go and didn't have to do it all in one go."

Reviewed by joanneberkshire on 11/06/2013

"Just a great place to stay. A quiet and rural setting short drive to get onto the motorways. Tatton Park Management team were excellent."

Reviewed by Mr Newton on 01/06/2013

"Imagine staying on a farm where you are well way from traffic sounds and the worst you have to deal with is some sheep bleating or ducks quacking. Cottage #2 is tucked away off the Ashley Road behind two security gates in a lovely farm setting. The farm is a public attraction which can get busy so take care when driving through. The approach to the cottage is from the rear where there is a wide gravel are for parking cars. It's is shared with the other cottage. The accommodation was clean and comfortable. The front room had a log fire and radiators which warmed the cottage well. The kitchen was good enough and functional. Up the steep stairs there are three bedrooms. A queen, twin single and another single. The beds were firm and comfortable. Complimentary access to the farm is provided and it is well worth a visit. Agreed with other post. Mobile signal is poor here. I bought Internet access device and only managed to get signal from upstairs close to a window or downstairs close to same. It's the price of being out in the country and in a well built brick cottage I am afraid. It wasn't a problem for me. I have to say that during our stay we had some issues with the hot water boiler and central heating which took a while to fix. The management were superb and provided us with options to stay elsewhere which we declined because we were happy where we were. The heating and hot water were fixed ASAP and I was extremely happy with the Tatton Park teams efforts (especially Graham) in dealing with the issues. Will definitely return. Great place to stay."

Reviewed by RupertAlgyAndBill on 05/05/2013

"Being in the parkland setting and having free access to Tatton Park and its wildlife. The house was very warm, lots of hot water and the welcome pack was a nice touch."

Reviewed by Mr Mcdonald on 21/10/2012

"We liked the site within Tatton Park grounds - very quiet and peaceful. Good access to the park for walks."

Reviewed by Mr & Mrs Headifen on 31/07/2012

"Everything was great. The location is very familiar to me as I lived close by for many years. Will certainly come back."

Reviewed by Mrs Burgess on 27/07/2012

"The location was fantastic, very private yet within easy access to many amenities. The cottage and grounds were wonderful and the surrounding countryside beautiful with lots to offer. Driving through the grounds with deer and wildlife all over the place was a fantastic surprise. The bar has now been set pretty high for our next holiday, we may just have to do it again. "

Reviewed by Mr Ager on 25/07/2012

"We enjoyed the freedom to do as we pleased, a bonus was free entry tickets.Excellent cottage and holiday. Thank you."

Reviewed by Mrs Rawle on 18/10/2011

"This is our second trip to Tatton Park. We stay in Cheshire to link up with family in Manchester and Dairy Cottage makes the perfect venue. The staff at the park are very friendly and made us feel welcome. We were given an admission pass to the various attractions on the park and can wander freely in the parkland, which is beautiful. This year we booked both Dairy Cottage 1 and 2 to accommodate our extended family."

Reviewed by A FlipKey verified reviewer on 18/08/2011

"All the staff at Tatton Park are really friendly and helpful. The cottages are well cared for and we lacked for nothing. The facilities in the park are good and free to those staying in the cottage."

Reviewed by Mrs Oliver on 27/06/2011

"A comfortable cottage in a great setting. The access to Tatton Park was amazing."

Reviewed by Mrs Mitchell on 21/02/2011

"Lovely countryside in unique Tatton Park. Everyone should be aware of the proximity of Manchester airport. Well furnished... living room furniture a little tired. Irritatingly, towels are not provided. What do people who travel from (say) the USa who do not have relatives living close do?"

Reviewed by New Yorker on 04/11/2010

"We hadn't expected the property to be so large. The pass to Tatton Park was a real bonus and meant we could look round the gardens most days."

Reviewed by Ms Baty on 18/10/2010

"Excellent location, good bedrooms, well appointed kitchen. We found no internet access inside the cottage a real problem when here for a week. We would sit down by the gate on a hay bale with our laptop, when we could receive a signal!. (Just a nuisance when so far from home and also wanting to organise outings, bookings, opening times, prices and other travel etc). We simply assumed this facility would be available. Cell phone coverage is poor though upstairs in the cottage we were sometimes successful. The cottage is roomy. Walls are dirty and marked and some areas not that clean, I hated the mould growing through the drawer of the washing machine which I gave a jolly good clean as I did the kitchen walls around the rubbish area-the cottage will need good upkeep to last the distance. It's a treasure worth maintaining."

Reviewed by CeeChChNZ on 07/10/2010

"The amount of space, the proximity of Tatton Hall and the experience of semi-rural English life. "

Reviewed by Mr Cunningham on 27/09/2010

"A pass was provided for our use giving access to all Tatton Park attractions - this was wonderful for us and the staff in the Park were really friendly and helpful. Garden furniture and BBQ provided. "

Reviewed by Mrs Oliver on 09/07/2010

"We thoroughly enjoyed the peace and quiet, we were there in November last year and enjoyed being able to utilise the garden this time. All in all a thoroughly great holiday and accommodation - would be glad to book again and again and to recommend to others."

Reviewed by Mrs Paton on 07/06/2010

"We found the cottage a peaceful and luxurious space for us as a family. We would definitely recommend the cottage to family & friends and will be visiting next year for a reunion. "

Reviewed by Miss Pankhania on 09/10/2009

"Great cottage, brilliant location, very relaxing. Tempted to put 'no' to question about recommendation as we don't want too many to know about it! "

Reviewed by Ms Sipek on 28/08/2009

"The accommodation is in a great location with lots to do."

Reviewed by Mr Munro on 12/05/2009

"Dairy Cottage is absolutely fabulous. Everything you need and more is provided. The location is beautiful. We were only disappointed that we hadn't booked for longer. We are already recommending it to family and friends. I particularly liked the fact that everything was provided for at the cottage. We cant wait to return."

Reviewed by Mrs Monaghan on 27/10/2008