Elmfield Cottage

Celý objekt chalupa od hostiteľa Jamie

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Cosy cottage-style accommodation in the heart of Hartford village! Close to stylish pubs & restaurants, country parks, family attractions and The Grange Theatre. Less than 2 miles from Northwich and under an hour from Manchester, Liverpool & Chester.

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The cottage consists of a kitchen-dinner, sitting room, 2 double bedrooms (1 with a double bed, one with a small double ) and WC/shower room. WiFi and electric-heating throughout. Smart plugs & USB sockets available. Recently decorated. Outdoor seating area and off-road parking included.

Downstairs, the front door leads directly into a cottage-style kitchen-diner complete with characterful beamed ceilings. It comes equipped with a half-size AGA cooker + hob, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine etc - plus, you can dine in style at the bistro table complete with 4 Pedrali bar stools. Pots, pans, crockery, cutlery, cleaning products & cloths all provided.

Leading off from the kitchen, the cosy downstairs sitting-room contains a cute “toffee shop” window, Laura Ashley sofa, Ercol cabinet + TV with an Amazon firestick connected to high speed broadband - with stairs leading up to the first floor.

Upstairs, there are two beamed double bedrooms and a WC/shower room. Steps lead off the landing to the larger bedroom which contains a full-sized double bed, pretty period fireplace (non-working), wardrobe, chest of drawers + TV. The smaller bedroom contains a small double bed. Leading off the same upstairs landing you’ll find a compact shower room with WC & washbasin. Towels and bedding are provided.

Please be aware that the property is semi-detached with me (the owner) living next door. However, although this means I’ll often be around to answer questions or deal with any queries you might have, I’ll leave you to your own devices otherwise!

To the front of the main property you’ll find your own outdoor seating area for 4. Located to the left of my house and just to the side of Elmfield Cottage, it’s a nice place for guests to relax and unwind. The property as a whole benefits from being surrounded by a variety of well-established & magnificent looking trees. Not only does this enhance the outdoor area in general, it also helps shield the accommodation from both neighbours and noise. A great place to enjoy a glass of something nice in the dappled sunshine before heading off to eat at one of the nearby eateries.

Remember, although I welcome pets and children, because the outdoor area isn’t fully enclosed, your little ones (furry or otherwise) will need supervision at all times.

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Bezplatné parkovanie priamo v objekte
Domáce zvieratá povolené
32" TV
Práčka (zadarmo) – v jednotke
Prenosná klimatizácia
Zadný dvor – nie úplne oplotený: Spoločný
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Hartford, England, Spojené kráľovstvo

Conveniently located less than an hour’s drive from Manchester, Liverpool and Chester - Hartford still retains its traditional village vibe whilst benefiting from the best aspects of town living.

There are a number of shops and amenities spread out between Hartford’s two main shopping parades; both only a 5-minute walk from Elmfield Cottage - meaning you’ll find a local newsagents, chemists, hairdressers, dry-cleaners, florist and butchers etc, all within easy walking distance of the cottage’s front door. Not only this, in one of the parades you’ll find a Co-op, in the other a Sainsbury’s.

Furthermore, there are a number of pubs & restaurants - both traditional & stylish - also within walking distance of the cottage, including: The Chime, Hartford Hall, The Heart of Hartford and The Red Lion.

The Chime is an upmarket cocktail bar & eatery run by the same people who own nearby Hartford Hall; Open Wednesday to Sunday at the time of writing, it’s a good idea to book a table online in advance. However, for Afternoon Tea you need to book by telephone within 24 hours of your visit

The Chime Opening Hours:
Monday – Closed

Tuesday – Closed
Wednesday 4pm – 11pm
Thursday 4pm – 11pm
Friday 12pm – 11pm
Saturday 12pm – 12am
Sunday 12pm – 10pm

Hartford Hall is a stunning 16th century, Grade II listed hotel that has a bar & restaurant open to the public. Boasting contemporary interior design that manages to remain loyal to the building’s heritage, this charming establishment is certainly worth checking out. Serving breakfast/brunch, lunch, Sunday lunch and evening meals - again, it’s a good idea to visit their website for details beforehand - and to book a table in advance.

Hartford Hall Opening Hours:
Monday 7am - 9pm
Tuesday 7am- 9pm
Wednesday 7am - 10pm
Thursday 7am - 10pm
Friday 7am - 10pm
Saturday 8am - 10pm
Sunday 8am - 9pm

The Heart of Hartford is a cafe-come-restaurant-come cocktail bar. Serving breakfast/brunch, lunch, coffee, cakes and evening meals, it’s stylish decor and modern menus make it a popular choice with locals and visitors alike. Check out their website for more details and to book a table.

The Heart of Hartford Opening Hours:
Monday 8.30 - 23:30
Tuesday 8.30 - 23:30
Wednesday 8.30- 23:30
Thursday 8.30 - 23:30
Friday 8.30 - 23:30
Saturday 8.30 - 23:30
Sunday 9.00 - 17:00

Close to The Chime stands the The Red Lion. This traditional village pub offers roaring fires in winter and a sunny secret garden in the summer. It’s also dog-friendly, serves real ales and has a traditional pub-grub menu. The opening times below are correct at the time of writing but they can vary. Very Popular with locals.

The Red Lion Opening Hours:
Monday to Wednesday 4.30 - 10.30
Thursday 4.30 - 11.00
Friday 4.30 - 11.30
Saturday 3 - 11.30
Sunday 3 - 11

Directly opposite the cottage - just across the road - you’ll find a pretty park with a children’s playground. It’s also home to the village cricket pitch & pavilion etc. With its well established trees and planting it’s perfect for a sunny stroll or family picnic.

There are lots of lovely walks around the village and out along the river Weaver. A circular walk taking in some of the river’s bridges and locks can be easily accessed from the cottage’s doorstep.

The Grange Theatre
It’s certainly worth checking out what’s on at The Grange Theatre while you’re in Hartford! Owned by the local independent school of the same name, this 345 seat venue is used by both the school and the local community. Furthermore, it also has a year round program of events put on by professional touring companies and musicians etc. So, with national tours, film screenings and live music events on offer - and loads more besides - make sure to visit their website to find out what’s on while you’re in the area - and to book your own slice of culture! There’s also a bar with refreshments - and ice-cream usherettes often in attendance too!

Hartfield Golf Course
Hartford Golf Club offers a friendly environment where everyone is welcome, whether it’s for a refreshing round of golf, a frothy cappuccino or lunch with friends on the clubhouse’s patio, with stunning views over the course. You don’t need to be a member to play at or visit the club. Visit their website for more information.

Other places to visit in the nearby area include:

Delamere Forest.
Also only a 15 minute drive away from Hartford, this a super spot to let off some steam, escape the crowds and find peace in the heart of the forest. There are a number of parking areas but, with regular services running between Hartford and Delamere stations, you can also arrive by train. Once there, you’ll find a variety of easy-going walking trails, a hike that takes in views of Liverpool’s famous skyline and places to quietly watch wildlife by the lake. However, if you fancy something more adventurous, you can always book yourselves onto one of their orienteering courses. For those wanting a bird’s eye view of the forest, why not treat yourselves to an outdoor adventure at Go Ape!? If heights aren’t your thing, they have Segways for hire too. Look online for more details.

The Anderton Boat Lift
Talking of heights, this attraction is literally a huge machine that lift boats from one river to another - but it’s much more exciting than the written word conveys! Winner of ‘Experience of the Year 2019’, The Anderton Boat Lift has earned its nickname as ‘The Cathedral of the Canals’ for good reason! Not only does it still do the job it was designed to do - i.e. lifting boats and barges 50 feet from the River Weaver to the Trent & Mersey Canal - it does so with the most ingenious and endearing character of any structure on the canal system! The lift’s lower level houses an exhibition focusing on it’s history, as well as the people who worked on and around it. Colour coded to specific themes, with lots of interactive content and an entertaining cinematic centrepiece, there’s always plenty to do and see. Visitors can also take advantage of the Lift’s gift shop, as well as the pretty picnic areas located right below its mighty structure. For a more immersive experience, why not book a boat trip on board the elegant Edwin Clark? The route takes you along both the Rivers Weaver and Trent - as well as high above the Mersey Canal - and gives you a real insight into the area’s geography and the North-West’s industrial-age heritage. Also referred to as one of the 'Seven Wonders of the Waterways', together with its visitor centre, coffee shop, play area - as well as easy access to the nearby Northwich Woodlands - it all
adds up a great day out. Go to their website for more details.

Northwich Community Woodlands
Talking of which, created from what was once largely derelict land, the Northwich Woodlands now provides green areas that can be enjoyed by the public on foot, by bike or on horseback. Its pretty pockets of wilderness are made up of a mixture of rich countryside and stunning
wetlands - with most of it containing gently undulating paths suitable for prams and wheelchairs. Circular routes of varying length are available too, all taking in different features of interest. The Northwich Woodlands are actually made up of nine individual sites - each with a unique character and history. The nine sites consist of: Marbury Country Park, Furey Wood, Anderton Nature Park, Witton Flash, Dairy House Meadows, Witton Mill Meadows, and Ashton's and Neumann's Flashes. The area now extends to approximately 800 acres of public space known collectively as the Northwich Community Woodlands. For more information look online.

Marbury Country Park
Although, I won’t go into detail for each of the nine sites, I am going to mention Marbury County Park. Opened in 1975, it was the first of the 9 Norwich Woodland sites to be reclaimed from dereliction and has since become a popular recreational area. Les than a 20 minute drive from Hartford, you can either wander along the park’s mere whilst enjoying splendid views over the water towards the church at Great Budworth - or visit its arboretum and community orchard. Children will have fun in the play area which is also close to a dedicated picnic site. Although not generally open to the public, the Marbury Outdoor Pool’s Swimming Club hold a number of open sessions over the course of the season. Visit their website or Facebook page for more information. The park also links up with the North Cheshire Way and a number of national cycling routes. ‘Biking the Backroads’ is a gentle cycling route of 20km/13 miles that meanders around the lanes of Anderton and Great Budworth.

The Lion Salt Works
This is a restored historic open-pan salt making site located in the village of Marston, close to Northwich. The site lies adjacent to the Trent and Mersey Canal, near the Weaver Hall Museum & Workhouse and the historic Anderton Boat Lift. This £10.23 million project opened in June 2015 and offers a fascinating journey through the life of the country's last open-pan salt making site. When exploring the attraction and its restored buildings, you’re able to discover how the salt-works operated, as well as the impact of this important product on the community, the area’s economy and the local landscape. Go online for more information.

Oulton Park Racing Circut
Built into the natural contours of the gorgeous Cheshire countryside, Oulton Park's combination of stunning scenery and spectacular racing make it one of the most picturesque and cherished circuits for spectators and competitors alike. For information on their upcoming events and race-meetings, visit their website. Only 15 minute’s drive away from Hartford.

Barons Quay
Barons Quay is a thriving retail and leisure hub in Northwich. Only two miles from Hartford, the project is helping position the area as a destination of choice in Mid Cheshire. Visitors can shop, eat, drink, relax or let their hair down here, and they can also enjoy films at the state-of-the-art ODEON Cinema. So, with 5 screens of movie magic, as well as a choice of refreshment and shopping experiences nearby, there’s something at Barons Quay for the whole family to enjoy.

Road & Rail Details:
Hartford is served by Hartford railway station on the West Coast Main Line between Liverpool and Crewe - and by Greenbank railway station on the Mid-Cheshire Line between Chester and Manchester Piccadilly. Hartford railway station is within walking distance of the cottage. Northwich town is less than 2 miles from the village of Hartford.

Hartford is bisected by the A559, known as Chester Road. The A556 road bypasses the village as part of the Northwich bypass. The bridge that carries the road over the River Weaver is known as Hartford Bridge or Blue Bridge, and was built in 1938.

Hostiteľ: Jamie

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Please be aware that the property is semi-detached with me (the owner) living next door. However, although this means I’ll often be around to answer questions or deal with any queries you might have, I’ll obviously leave you to your own devices otherwise!

You’ll find your own outdoor seating area for 4 located to the left of my house and just to the side of the shared driveway and your own accommodation. Part of a mature and tree-filled garden, it’s a pretty place to relax with a glass of something nice! There is also off-road parking available for 2 guest-vehicles here. Remember, although your outdoor seating area is exclusively for your own use, because it’s situated off a shared driveway you might sometimes see me as I’m arriving and leaving.
Please be aware that the property is semi-detached with me (the owner) living next door. However, although this means I’ll often be around to answer questions or deal with any quer…
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