Old Post Office Barn in Upper Hulme
The barn has stunning views of the Staffordshire countryside with Hencloud meaning Old Hill on the skyline behind
The Old Post Office Barn is run by Sheila and Barry who live in The Old Post Office itself next door. Both keen climbers and walkers, they are happy to help and advise with walks and activities in the surrounding area.
ACCOMMODATION DETAILS - sleeps 2
The ground floor has the living/dining room/fully equipped kitchen and on the first floor there is one large double bedroom and a bathroom with shower cubicle and toilet. Heating, electricity, bed linen and towels are included and there is also a digital television, DVD and CD player. Outside is a small patio seating area, and on-road parking. This is a non smoking property.
- Short breaks (2-3 days) £150 - £190
- Full weeks (7 days) £310
The Old Post Office Barn is located in Upper Hulme, in the Peak District National Park, between Buxton and Leek. Only a mile behind the Barn stands the superb Roaches gritstone outcrop, popular with climbers and walkers alike. The local pub, Ye Olde Rock Inn, great for meals, bar snacks and real ales is only a few yards down the lane from the Barn. Upper Hulme is a quiet hamlet, close to Tittesworth Reservoir, with its walks, fishing and a visitor centre, and only 20 minutes drive from Blackbrook RSPB reserve. The spa town of Buxton is 8 miles away, the market town of Leek 4 miles away, both providing all shops, amenities and public transport.