1 Organsdale Cottages in Tarporley

Welcome to 1 Organsdale Cottages. A charming, end-terrace brick cottage, situated one mile from Kelsall near Delamere Forest and the Sandstone Trail in Cheshire, with three bedrooms accommodating up to six people.

1 Organsdale Cottages is a wonderful, end-terrace brick cottage near the village of Kelsall, in Cheshire. The property has three bedrooms, a mezzanine double bedroom on the second floor, plus a double and bunk room on the first floor. There is also a family bathroom with a hand-held shower over the bath, plus a separate rainfall shower cubicle. There is a well-equipped kitchen, a dining room and a sitting room with a woodburning stove. Outside, there is off road parking for two cars, and an enclosed lawned garden with a patio, furniture and a barbecue. 1 Organsdale Cottages is opposite the owner's established equestrian centre and is a great base for walking, with Delamere Forest and the Sandstone Trail running close by.

The village of Kelsall is on the edge of the Cheshire Plains, near the Sandstone Trail and Delamere Forest. The village offers two historic churches, village stores, farm shops and excellent pubs. Chester is 8 miles away boasting excellent shopping on the famous 'Rows', lovely walks on the Roman Walls, the River Dee, Grosvenor Park and famous racecourse.

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.

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Reviews of 1 Organsdale Cottages

"Really well situated for the Sandstone Trail but as others have said situated between two very busy roads so very noisy from about 5.30am to about 11pm. Luckily on two of us as if we had been a full complement(cottage sleeps 6)then l'm not sure where two people would sit as only 2x2 seater sofas in the sitting room. Worse was to come, only 3 wine glasses, 4 dinner plates and 4 breakfast plates, maybe an inventory is needed. The worst part though was the bathroom, although the bath, loo and washbasin were really clean the shower left a lot to be desired and maybe step inside and shut the doors so as to clean everywhere. Grout needed some work too. The truly worst part though was the loo brush, really boke promoting, as the whole thing was broken anyway maybe throw it away and start afresh. Have stayed in a few Sykes cottages and found them to be excellent so this one really surprised me."

Reviewed by 692barbaraw on 27/02/2019

"lovely cottage .comfortable beds. everything you need just like your own home well equipped in the kitchen. and a large bathroom . enjoyed our stay.."

Reviewed by carol t on 24/09/2018

"very clean well equipped large garden has everything you need only downside was the cottage is between two very busy roads"

Reviewed by A TripAdvisor Member on 04/08/2018

"Great location. Holiday home was perfect for a family to stay in comfortably! "

Reviewed by Mrs Mills on 06/08/2016