Quarry House

Blakeley Lane, Oakamoor, Staffordshire, ST10 3DX

Visit England 4 Star
Quarry House is a superbly renovated self catering cottage. with a pretty garden wrapped around it. A large paddock is also attached for your use.

Recently graded as 4 star by Visit England, you can be assured of high standards, in every aspect of selfcatering requirements. Using top quality linens, you are assured a restful nights sleep in the King size Bed.

Keeping the original beams and quarry tiles, this looks the typical 2 up, 2 down cottage that it is. Underneath the floor though is delightful underfloor heating to keep those toes nice and cosy. Not forgetting the 4 legged guests, they love the warm tiles. We are a very, very dog friendly area. A bowl, a bed and balls provided.

Relax in front of the log burner, with a glass of wine and mull over the days adventures.
Whether it be a walk in the woodland behind the cottage or a stately house within an hours drive. You are never far away from an interesting attraction.

Quarry House Moneystone enjoys rural views, and is situated on Blakeley Lane - a country lane just off the main A52, Derby to Stoke road. Between the villages of Whiston and Oakamoor.

Nestling within the Churnet Valley, and enjoying splendind rural views. Hawkesmoor nature reserve can be seen from just up the lane and is a National Trust area. The local villages of Oakamoor and Whiston are all within walking distance, between 1 - 2 miles.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Allowed
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • WiFi


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