ROSEWOOD SELF CATERING COTTAGE
Lower Berkhamsytch Farm, Bottomhouse, nr Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 7QP
From £295.00 - £460.00 per week
1 Unit sleeps 6
Set within the farm, the cottage is situated overlooking the old farmyard. The cosy cottage has 3 bedrooms, one four poster bed, lounge, dining room and private patio with garden furniture. Laundry room for guests' use with washer and tumble d...
Off Buxton Road (A53), Meerbrook, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 8SW
Set in the heart of the beautiful Staffordshire Moorlands, Tittesworth Water has something for everyone. Outside there's a children's play area for all ages, refreshment kiosks - serving snacks, ice cream and drinks, a sensory garden, 2 bird hi...
RUDYARD LAKE SAILING CLUB
Off Park Lodge, Lakeside Road, Rudyard, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 8RT
A friendly family club catering for all ages and abilities. Sailing takes place on Sundays and alternate Saturdays from early March and continues till December. We also sail on Wednesday evenings April till August. Set in the picturesque Staffords...
PRIMO PIANO RESTAURANT
10A Sheepmarket, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 5HW
Located in the centre of town. Dine in a relaxing and comfortable surrounding by candlelight. Extensive a la carte menu also pizza, pasta, steaks, chicken and daily special. Vegetarian meals available. Children welcome.
THE GREEN MAN GUEST HOUSE
38 Compton, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 5NH
Single from £45.00, Double from £72.00 per room, per night
1 Single, 1 Double, 2 Twin, 2 Triple, 1 Family - All En-suite
The Green Man is situated near the centre of Leek, an ideal distance for walking into the main town for shopping, entertainment and convenient for Alton Towers, Peak District and the Potteries. High standard of accommodation in separate annexe,...
Museums & Galleries
BRINDLEY WATER MILL
Mill Street, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 8HA
The Mill contains a small Museum which is designed to enhance the interest of your visit. While preserving the atmosphere of a working corn mill, it illustrates the life and work of James Brindley and the history of milling. Traditional tools asso...