Formerly an old cow shed which has now been tastefully converted into a sweet little cottage set in private gated grounds of the owners small holding surrounded by unspoilt countryside views. Hosting an open plan kitchen / living area, one bedroom and a bathroom with powerful shower with lashings of hot water, sink and w.c. The kitchen area comprises of fridge, cooker and hob, washing machine and sink. The bedroom has a small wardrobe, a dressing table, two single beds and a bedside table. In the lounge there is a t.v with built in DVD player, bed sofa and dining table. The lounge has patio doors onto a private rear patio with table and chairs looking out onto countryside views. The little cottage comes complete with a complimentary welcome package of tea, coffee, toiletries and all linen and towels to make your stay more comfortable. Set one mile from the nearest pub for fine dining and two miles from the village which hosts a butchers, village store, post office and two more pubs. Surrounded by lovely walks and biking at Cannock Chase. Separate Bike storage and bike wash and games room included. Plenty of sightseeing and things to do nearby. Visit the National Arboretum at Alrewas, the cathedral at Lichfield or drive to Ashbourne. Plenty for the kids like Go Ape, Drayton Manor, Alton Towers all within 30 min drive away.
Tracey and Darran Pegg
- Calendar last updated:
- 11 Nov 2018
About Tracey and Darran Pegg
We are a friendly couple with two teenage boys, two cats a dog, chickens, ducks and sheep.
Why Tracey and Darran Pegg chose Burton upon Trent
It's in a quiet lane with lovely surroundings in a private gated premises. We have lovely local walks and are five minutes away from the bluebell woods when in season.
What makes this Cottage unique
You have use of a paddock and our games room with pool table and table football. We offer a selection of books and dvds and games. We also offer a bike wash and bike storage.
100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.
Lovely little self catering cottage with beautiful views.
Perfect little get away, everything provided in this little cottage with owners living on site. Beautiful rural position but easy access to main roads. Perfect for visiting the National Arboretum which was our reason for being there. Highly recommend, although it is small, it's perfectly comfortable. We will definitely return!
Quaint and cosy holiday with excellent facilities in a beautiful location.
A return stay for us and our experience once again exceeded our expectations. Tracey and Darran are outstanding hosts and made us feel extremely welcome. The property and its location are idyllic - Stanley was in his element - feeding the chickens... running in the paddock... playing with Poppie the dog... using the games room - the list is endless. Thank you Tracey and Darran for making our stay so special and memorable. We will return.
Thank you Tracey and Darran we had a brilliant weekend. Poppies barn is perfect, we wanted for nothing during our stay with you. Would recommend it to anyone. Thank you for being so kind and thoughtful.. Sue and Tony
Peaceful little cottage
Lovely little cottage with everything you need plus more. Very friendly hosts. Peaceful, picturesque location.
Lovely quaint cottage. Amazing setting. Excellent hosts.
Thank you so much Tracey and Darran for making us feel so very welcome and at home. We absolutely loved our stay. The cottage is delightful - beautifully clean and really cosy. The setting is just so lovely - little Stan was in his element and talked none stop about the chickens, fish, the games room, trampoline and his absolute most favourite feature - Poppie the dog - all our way home. Thank you Tracey for going that extra mile and making many happy memories for our Stan. We hope to book in again with you some time soon.X
Compact and Well-Appointed.
We had a lovely break in this little farm cottage. It offered everything we needed for a holiday base. Its position was ideal - close to main arterial routes yet secluded.
The facilities were good, including an excellent shower, however, the sofa in the living area could have been a bit more comfortable, especially after a day's walking.
A nice touch was the fresh eggs and milk that we found in the fridge on arrival.
We were made very welcome by the owners and their dog and it is very likely that we will stay here again in the future. Highly recommended.
National Arboretum at
Alrewas. Alton Towers. Drayton Manor. Three spires cathedral at Lichfield. Cannock Chase. Brewery Museums Burton on Trent. St. George's Park aEngland football training ground. Tatenhill Airfield. Tutbury castle. Tamworth Castle