Park Farm Rugeley

Park Farm, a working sheep farm, was originally on the Hawksyard Estate, once owned by Josiah Spode of pottery fame, who lived in Hawksyard Hall just down the drive. Park Farm owners will happily take guests on a farm walk to discover the local area if they are interested.

This family home, originally built in the 18th century retains many original features and has a wealth of character with beams and an inglenook fireplace with log burning stove. There are three bedrooms available, all en-suite, with one downstairs with a side door leading out into the private garden with a summerhouse at the top of the bank. 

Dogs are welcome!

Prices £27 - £30 per person B&B, double £55 - £65, children half price. No smoking. 
Mavis Lewis
Park Farm Rugeley
Hawksyard
Armitage
Rugeley
Staffordshire
WS15 1PS

Tel: 01889 583477
E-Mail: mavis.lewis@sky.com
Web: http://www.parkfarm-farmhouse.co.uk

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