Welcome to Chequer Stable. This superb, detached cottage is in the village of Sandbach near to Congleton in Cheshire and can sleep two people in one bedroom.
Chequer Stable is a superb detached cottage in the village of Sandbach near to Congleton in Cheshire. The cottage can sleep two people in a mezzanine double bedroom as well as a ground floor bathroom. The cottage also contains an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove. To the outside of the cottage is off road parking for two cars and an enclosed patio with furniture and BBQ. Chequer Stable is ideally located for visiting lots of different areas to enjoy.
Sandbach is a large historic market town in Cheshire and dating back to Saxon times with its famous Saxon Crosses still visible in the cobbled square. The town offers plenty of interesting shops with many pubs and restaurants to visit. The Brereton Heath Nature Reserve is a place to visit with some lovely walks and some interesting wood sculptures to observe. Also there is Wheelock Hall Farm and for something a little different you can visit St Mary's Church, a Grade II listed building with some beautiful stained glass windows as well as the church yard which is a magical place to explore.
The North West of England has something for every discerning traveller. Whether it is the fabulous sandy beaches of its famous seaside resorts or the historic backdrop of some of the country's oldest cities, it has something for everyone.
Reviews of Chequer Stable
"A lovely little gem of a place with just enough space for two. The cottage is well designed and well equipped - the pictures show it well. It is beside the owner's house on a smallholding with lamas, chickens, ducks, geese and a friendly cat. The animals were lovely to watch and we got used to the cockerels crowing just before dawn! It was very warm when we stayed and the outside space was appreciated to sit for breakfast. The dormer windows upstairs let the heat out and kept the place feeling airy. I would love to visit at a cooler time of year to try out the wood burning stove. The only slight downside was being on the main road (A50): hearing traffic, which got quite busy in rush hour and you do need to be very careful in the car pulling out on to the road. There is plenty of room to park one car, and would be enough for two. We found lots to do in the area - exploring the Peak District, Chester and Liverpool. Recommended."
Reviewed by KentishLass00 on 15/07/2018
"Just spent 4 days here...what a beautiful little place...loved everything about it..so comfortable and warm..under floor heating..log burner..the attention to detail was amazing..highly recommended "
Reviewed by Peter B on 20/03/2018
"Clean, quiet, self contained, warm and cozy. On a busy road but I never noticed the traffic noise. Hosts Peter and Anthea were wonderful - unobtrusive but available if needed. The wood fire/stove was a little bit cantankerous, but once working it kept the property snuggly and warm on a couple of nights where the temperature plummeted to well below freezing. An added bonus is that the bathroom has a full bath tub - most self catering properties of this size only have a shower. The ducks, geese and chickens are all friendly and chatty, and there are also 5 llamas to get up close and personal with (a first for me). I would thoroughly recommend this property and will definitely be staying here on my next trip (hopefully they will have a vacancy!)."
Reviewed by Vicki S on 15/12/2017
"Booked for half term week. We always think what to do in February ? Simple answer enjoy where you are staying and Relax ! The accommodation is great, the owners friendly and very thoughtful providing what you need and more, nice pubs and easy canal walks close by means you can really unwind. Mind you also a great base to visit Chester, Buxton, Bakewell and Manchester. Many thanks J and Alex"
Reviewed by 1stchoicefancydress on 20/02/2017