5.2 miles N of Leek | Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearby pub

The Ship Inn is a delightful country pub with cosy interiors, real fires and outside seating for warmer months. Food is home-cooked and there are real ales on offer. Take a look at their website for further details and to book a table.

Nearby walk

With over 975 acres of stunning countryside to explore, The Roaches is a beautiful area with panoramic views and a myriad of footpaths. Managed by Staffordshire Wildlife Trust, check out their website for further details and parking information.

Nearby town

Situated just five miles from Leek, Rushton Spencer is a pretty Cheshire village with a characterful medieval church. Outdoor enthusiasts will find they are ideally situated to explore the surrounding countryside including Rudyard Lake and the Staffordshire moorlands.

Also nearby

Set in lovely countryside, Turners Pool is ideal for carp fishing. Ideal for both beginners and experts, day tickets can be purchased locally.

Situated on the edge of the Peak District, Blaze Farm is surrounded by lovely views of meadows and moorland and an ideal place to visit for home baked cakes and award winning ice cream!

From segway to archery, axe throwing to aqua sphereing, there's a whole heap of activities to enoy here. Take a look at their website and look forward to action packed adventures!

Surrounded by glorious countryside The Lazy Trout has fabulous views and a large outside seating area for al fresco dining. Open daily from 10am, check their website for food service times and to book a table.

The Royal Oak is a community-owned pub, perfectly situated on the outskirts of the Peak District in the pretty village of Rushton Spencer. Inside the pub is cosily furnished and there's an outside seating area for summer months. Dogs are welcome.

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