Charming stone barn conversion sleeping 16 for luxury family holidays and friends reunions in the Peak District
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Redhurst Barn, Wetton, Staffordshire, Peak District, sleeps 8 - 16 in 8 bedrooms.
Redhurst Barn is a charming refurbished traditional stone barn which has been transformed into a superb country family holiday home sleeping 16.
The character-filled ground floor comprises three main rooms, with a large well-appointed kitchen containing everything you need to make catering for a large group easy; a chef’s dream! The charming formal dining room with a feature fireplace complete with log burning stove is the perfect place for groups to eat, drink and socialise together. From the dining room steps lead up to a bright and spacious family lounge with large plush sofas to sink into and relax in front of the log burner after a fun filled day out exploring the many attractions of the Peak District National Park.
There are 8 exquisite bedrooms with modern stylish en suites. All the bedrooms have the flexibility of being made up as double or twin beds and one bedroom also has an extra set of full size bunk beds ideal for families.
Outside there is a lovely manicured garden and patio area with outdoor picnic tables and a barbecue. There is a 7kw Smart electric vehicle charger to the rear of the property on the exterior venue wall.
The location of Redhurst Barn is ideal for those wanting to explore the Manifold and Dovedale valleys. From the doorstep there is a wealth of walking routes, including the popular walk to the amazing Thor’s Cave which dates back to the Palaeolithic period. It's well worth the climb to enjoy the stunning view of the Manifold valley from the entrance and explore inside the amazing natural cavern.
Cycle or walk along the nearby Manifold Trail, the former Leek and Manifold Light railway route is a fantastic way to view the attractive scenery and explore the historic sites such as Wetton Mill and Beeston Tor. The nearby villages of Alstonefield, Hartington and Ilam are well worth visiting to explore their various shops, tearooms and excellent pubs. The later picturesque village of Ilam with its Swiss chalet style houses and Park is a must and is often viewed as the gateway to Dovedale and its famous stepping stones.