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Little Pethills Farm
On the Western Edge of the Peak District National Park,
Nestled peacefully in the palm of the valley head of Rossen Clough,
overlooking Macclesfield Forest and Teggs Nose
The Footpath and lane running to/ through the site takes you directly to the Gritstone Trail; Cheshire Cycleway; numerous off road mountain bike bike trails, nearby routes with FIC rated Road Cycle Climbs, and The Ryles Arms Public House & Restaurant.
Guiding and Transport all available by prior arrangement.
Getting here and Getting around:
Little Pethills Farm holiday cottage and holiday apartments are very accessable. We are less than 15 minutes from the M6 motorway Junction 17 at Sandbach; Lymm Junction 20 and approximately 45 minutes scenic drive from the M1 via either Nottingham/Derby Junction 25 or Chesterfield Junction 29
Or Don’t bother with the the car! - You could choose to visit us by quicker and more convenient train, we are situated only 5 to 10 minutes from the Macclesfield Train Station which is on the West Coast Mainline operated by the excellent Virgin Trains. From this station you are also less than 30 minutes from Piccadilly Station, in Central Manchester and less than 2 hours from London’s Euston Station.
Europcar Car Rental can also easily be arranged for onsite delivery and collection - literally to your door - for any part or all of your stay.
Manchester International Airport is also just 20 minutes away. Collection and Return to either Macclesfield Station or Manchester Airport can also be arranged.
If travelling by public transport and bringing your bikes, we can collect up to 8 people and their bikes and luggage from either the train station or airport.
With our "Hosted Accomodation" option, and by prior arrangement, we can also drop you and pick you up within a 30 minute radius of Little Pethills. This means you can plan one way biking or walking routes with a drop off and pick up and you can even enjoy drink at the pub at the end of your day before coming back to Little Pethills without worrying about whos turn it should be to drive.