|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
A country haven and retreat with friends and family. We welcome dogs too and have an enclosed garden and a large 8 acre field for running off energy! Recently fully renovated, but dating back to the late 1800s, Pinfold Barn offers great features such as round windows and exposed beams whilst being up to modern spec. Great for a family holiday, or a get together with friends and family. You’ll find all home comforts including a fully fitted and equipped farmhouse Oak kitchen, a large lounge with Oak floors, over-sized comfy sofas, flat screen TV with freesat, DVD, iPod docks and WiFi. Downstairs there’s also a spacious hall, shower room and utility room with fridge / Freezer, washing machine, dryer and boot sink. Upstairs are 3 large bedrooms; the principle room having open vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and stunning 4 poster King size bed with John Lewis Vi spring mattress and en-suite bathroom! There’s another King bedroom and a quirky twin room with round window and skylight. There are 3 luxuriously fitted bathrooms including a large indulgent tub with claw and ball feet in the spacious family bathroom. There’s a range of books and family games, including a connected Wii system with over 30 games to keep you occupied. The extensive patio has tables, chairs and loungers and a BBQ for the outdoors cooks. If the home comforts aren’t enough to keep you at the Barn there’s a lot to do in the locality; For the foodies, the local historic market town of Nantwich has some great coffee shops, delis and eateries. Theres a monthly farmers market and a great weekly market. Nantwich is a haven for foodies and was recently rated one of the best 20 towns in the Telegraph foodies ratings! There’s some fabulous pubs famed for their award winning food. We are close to The Thatch, a 15th century coaching inn, The Fox and Barrel and The Dysart Arms to name only a handful! A few minutes away is the Cholmondeley Arms, a converted school with a reputation for its range of gins. A historic watering spot for Clarissa Dickson Wright. The local Co-op in Bunbury offers a wide range of essentials and local produce. Our village of Burland retains its farming heritage and today its mostly organic farms with fantastic local produce, so there’s plenty of fresh produce direct from our farms if you want to cook. For the shoppers, Nantwich has a range of individually owned boutiques and antique shops – head down Hospital Street for a great browse. The Georgian village of Tarporley is 10 minutes away with fabulous shops (as well as distinctive pubs and wine bars including for example "The Swan" (headquarters of the "Cheshire Hunt") We’re close to the Potteries Outlet and the famous Cheshire Oaks Outlets. Or head to Chester – 20 minutes away.
If you like the outdoor life we’ve got a bundle of fantastic walks on the doorstep. Walk out of the front door and join the public footpath across the countryside, take a trip to Beeston Castle and walk up through the ramparts to the old castle, call in at Peckforton Castle for a fabulous Bistro lunch and a look at the birds of prey or even book into their Landrover driving experience or their Crazy golf course. We’ve got 4 bikes available too if you want to explore the area on 2 wheels – gentle riding and no steep hills! Or maybe you just want a quiet retreat away from the madding crowd. There’s an 8 acre field for the kids to play in at the back, and with plenty of country wildlife, a garden full of birds, bees and butterflies and the occasional bat fly pasts (if you’re quiet at dusk) it’s a perfect retreat.
We live on Pinfold Farm in the beautiful rural village of Burland and have converted our Barn as a luxury holiday home from home. We have lived here for 16 years and hope you will enjoy a stay in the countryside. We are on hand to help with anything should you need it however the barn is detached and private with fencing between the properties. Happy to help with planning your holiday so that you have the best time possible.
It's out in the countryside but not far from town for all your shopping. Nantwich is a historical market town with plenty of old buildings and private shops with regular markets. There's lot of farm shops for great food and brilliant old pubs with roaring fires and quirky interiors. We're a short drive from Wales for the beaches. A great location for a holiday with lots of potential for action packed days or a real quiet retreat.
There's access to 4 bikes. A Wii machine with plenty of games, a ukulele, family games and tons of books and DVDs!
We have a guest book full of positive comments from guests from Australia, The Bahamas and Yorkshire....
"A great girls get together made special by having your beautician come around for treatments on the Friday..."
"All the home comforts you need and more...."
"A real gem of a holiday home - we don't want to leave..."
See also our reviews of Pinfold Barn on TripAdvisor
We had a great few days and the dogs loved the big field to run in. Owners are attentive and welcoming. The barn conversion is very comfortable and spacious. Would definitely go back.
We went as a grown-up family and really appreciated the quality of the space, the downstairs layout and all the kitchen equipment and entertainment options. Upstairs was good - a bit awkward for the third couple given the twin - but Alison gave us extra mattresses and we knew that upfront. Having three bathrooms was a definite plus. Overall a great holiday base and one that's a fairly close walk to a good pub and an easy drive to lots of pleasant small towns and the Peak District should you want to go further afield.
Pinfold Barn was extremely comfortable and well equipped. I happily recommend it and am sure many others will have similarly enjoyable experiences in the future.
An ideal venue for a family get-together. Well-equipped for catering at home. Warm and comfortable.
We had an lovely stay at the barn, my 3 children loved the amount of children's toys/dvds provided. The owner took us to see the organic milking farm opposite and she took the time out to talk us through all the local attractions and restaurants. We will definitely be visiting again, there's so much to do and see.
Special interest holidays:
Great as a base for walking and cycling.
An hour from the Welsh beaches for a day out
An hour from Manchester or Liverpool airport.
A car is essential as there is limited public transport in this rural area.
10 minutes drive to Nantwich town.
30 minutes drive to historic Chester
1 hour drive to Manchester or Liverpool
1 hour drive to North Wales beaches
Lots of local things to do...
Bridgemere Garden Centre
Cheerbrooks farm shop
Goat farm shop
Battle of Nantwich re-enactment (Jan)
Nantwich jazz festival (Easter)
Pageant of Power (June)
Nantwich Show (July)
Chris Evan’s Car fest (August)
Shropshire Union Canal
Blue Planet Aquarium
Secret Nuclear bunker
Shire Horse Centre
Jodrell Bank (Lovell telescope) – home to Brian Cox stargazing!
Snugbury’s Ice Cream
Tattenhall – farm, pan for gold, race cars, etc
Manley Mere assault course
Delamere Forest – walking, cycling and Go Ape high ropes through the forest
Welsh coast an hour away
Antony Gormley’s Another Place, Crosby
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||A$173.06|
To book contact the owner for a quote and payments details
Notes on prices:
For longer stays discounts are available - please enquire
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.