The Peak District National Park offers stunning scenery and breathtaking landscapes for you to enjoy and explore, covering 4 different counties of Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Cheshire and Yorkshire.
The small rural parish of Tittesworth sits on the SOUTH WESTERN EDGE OF THE PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK near the North Staffordshire/ Derbyshire border between the market towns of Leek (5 mins) and the spa town of Buxton (15 mins), Ashbourne and Macclesfield (20 mins) and with one of the most beautiful runs over the hills of the peak district to Bakewell (30 mins) with its famous Bakewell pudding - so is ideal for exploring the Peak District National Park and wider area.
The area is also known as the 'Staffordshire Peaks' or the 'Staffordshire Moorlands' and has excellent walking and outdoor pursuits including cycling and climbing close by.
Troutsdale Farm is surrounded by the Peak District market towns of Leek, Buxton, Ashbourne and Macclesfield
Situated between Leek and Buxton, these towns are linked by the A53.
FROM BUXTON: take the A53 to Leek, after passing the Three Horse Shoes Inn in the village of Blackshaw Moor and the Caravan and Camping Site turn right down a private tree lined drive, which offers quiet seclusion but not isolation. Continue for about ½ mile till you reach the property.
FROM LEEK: take the A53 to Buxton, after about 2 miles you will see the ‘Blackshaw Moor’ village sign, turn left down a private tree lined drive, which offers quiet seclusion but not isolation. Continue for about ½ mile till you reach the property.
From the South:
Junction 14 (Stafford North) - then A34 to Stone, then A520 to Leek.
OR Junction 15 (Stoke on Trent) - then A500, then A53 to Leek.
From the North:
Junction 18 (Holmes Chapel/Congleton) - then A54 to Congleton & Bosley, then A523 to Leek.
Junction 17 (Sandbach) - then A534 to Congleton and then A54 to Bosley, then A523 to Leek.
Junction 25 (Derby) then take A52 to Derby, straight through to Ashbourne and then Leek.
The NEAREST RAILWAY STATIONS are Buxton, Macclesfield, Congleton, Stoke on Trent, Derby
Address: 68 Liverpool Rd, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire ST4 1BG. ( To meet someone from the Motorway - Exit M6 at junction 15, take A500 to Stoke. Continue on A500 past A50 junction then follow signs for Railway Station)
Macclesfield Railway Station:
Address: Watergreen, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 6JP. Tel: 0845 000 8000.Lies on the Stafford to Manchester branch of the West Coast Main Line in the United Kingdom. http://www.cheshirebytrain.co.uk/macclesfield/
Buxton Railway Station:
Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 6AQ, TEL: 0845 00 00 125
Congleton Railway Station:
Park Lane, Cheshire, CW12 3DE Tel: 0845 00 00 125. http://www.cheshirebytrain.co.uk/congleton/
National Rail Enquiries Information:
Telephone number is 08457 48 49 50.
TrainTracker: 0871 200 49 50
From overseas: +44(0)20 7278 5240
Textphone: 0845 60 50 600
Further local transport details can be found by contacting Leek Tourist Information Centre Tel 01538 483741 or National Traveline 0870 6082608 or visit www.transportdirect.co.uk
NEAREST AIRPORT is actually Manchester but also consider East Midlands and Birmingham.
LOCAL TAXI HIRE:
Leek ST13 8TJ
Tel 01538 300101
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Click below for LATEST NEWS & OFFERS from Troutsdale Farm and the Leek area.
CHRISTMAS - We have just had a cancellation for Old Shire Stables Cottage - it will be decorated for Christmas including a real decorated Christmas tree, a basket of logs for a cosy log fire and freshly baked mince pies on arrival
PRE CHRISTMAS BREAKS
Both Cottages available - sleeps 6/8 and 10 (total of 18).
Special Breaks throughout November & December .... ideal for family or friends get-together ... if you can't just manage it over the Christmas period - with our lovely large tables to all sit around.
Include a little bit Christmas Shopping in the Peak District! Buxton Spa Town, Leek's historic market town, Pottery bargins at Emma Bridgewater Factory,Chatsworth House Nativity, or medieval festivities at Haddon Hall, see Santa on a steam train ...... independent local shopping, farmers markets, festive events and fun ...... in the build up to Christmas in search of those special pressies..... combined with Peak District Walks, good local pubs and a cosy log fire to return to and wrap everything up! Make Shopping a pleasure in the Peaks this year .... make a weekend of it!
Various MIDWEEK BREAKS available - Not tied to school hols or working week? - Checkout our excellent midweek break rates (with 4 nights for the price of 3)
"We very much enjoyed our stay. The cottage is so very comfortable, with lovely views. The welcoming sponge cake was very much appreciated. This is our second stay and we will be back again next year"
"Lovely cottage, lovely area, lovely holiday! Thank you"
Find out what our guests say about us in our guestbook
CHECK OUT THE LOVELY LOCAL COUNTRYSIDE HERE IN THIS VIDEO... (can be enlarged once you start to play)
Harvesting Video at Troutsdale Farm ...