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Welcome our 3 lodges 2 are  Situated in the historic village of Rudyard, in the county of Staffordshire, these delightful self catering lodges boast views of sunny meadows leading down to Rudyard Lake, walks across stunning countryside and waterways giving easy access to the peak district, wild life parks, horse riding centres, water based activities and of course Alton Towers.

We accept 2,3 and 4 night breaks as well as 7 to 14 nights. Christmas is booked usually 2 years in advance 

The third little lodge is 20 mins away in Cheshire, at the foot of the Peak District with in its own woodland its a couples get away and a perfect secluded escape for a 2 or 3 night stay, please have a look. 

Internally   

Internally these lodges are  warm and comfortable in Meadowview with one kingsize and one twin bedroom. It boasts two shower rooms, one of which in en-suite. In the main living area a wood burning stove provides toasty nights in after dipping in the private hot tub under the stars. Comfy leather sofas provide cosy times in front of the flat screen TV dvd and restricted internet (due to speed) or you could just gaze out at the wildlife.  

 

Internally Woodlands View is warm and comfortable with one kingsize and one twin bedroom. The double has an en suite toilet with wash basin.  There is also a large, wheelchair friendly shower room with another toilet and hand basin. In the main living area are comfy Laura Ashley sofas to relax on in front of the flat screen TV / with the full sky package and  DVD, and there’s also a dining area and a well equipped kitchen.

Externally 

Upon leaving the chalet to the rear, is seating with the hot tub. Here is an ideal place to enjoy the stars and the idyllic view across the meadow to the woods and the lake beyond. the lake can be seen in the winter but is occluded by the foliage in the summer. The hot tub is roomy and sumptuous, making it ideal for relaxation in winter or summer, day or evening. What better way to relax after a busy day enjoying the local area. both lodges have basic barbecue stands on site for cooking al fresco with your foil based barbecues. The woods lead on a gently sloping path to Rudyard Lake where an array of water activities are available. The local cafe is well known for its delicious breakfasts.

 

Both lodges have enclosed gardens so if you have brought your  4 legged friends with you not only are you surrounded by some fantastic walks but your Pet can be safe in its own grounds. 

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If you have booked a break at either of our lodges it may help to know the following.

Before your arrival our cleaning is done with a solution of bleach, all protectors and bedding thoroughly laundered, all handles and  surfaces are cleaned.

You also have freshly laundered towels, dressing gowns etc.

We dont have staff its just the 2 of us and we are country folks so our exposure to potential infected souls is limited, all our cleaning is now done wearing gloves. 

 

These lodges are ideal places to isolate or just get away from the city hubs; walking in the area you can easily avoid other people is you choose to,  the air is fresh and the wildlife prolific. 

 

As far as the hot tub is concerned please read below taken from  IHRSA’s website:

A well-run, clean swimming pool/ tub with appropriately treated water using chlorine at internationally accepted levels should provide adequate disinfection to neutralise the COVID-19 virus.

Operators in most countries should ensure chlorine levels in pools and spas are kept between 1-3mg/l with the pH between 6.8-7.4. Spa pools that use bromine need to maintain their water at 4-6mg/l bromine or 3-5mg/l chlorine. Routine tests for microbiological quality should also be undertaken in line with national guidelines.

Given that the virus is a new one, experts cannot say with absolute certainty that it will be safe. However, most authorities believe that pool and spa waters that are adequately disinfected should not spread the disease. A bigger risk will be the face-to-face interaction between individual users of the pools and spas.

Continue following all the regular advice about not shaking hands and coughing/sneezing into a tissue and disposing of it immediately.

Shower before and after hot tub, read instructions at your venue.

For more information on coronavirus, visit IHRSA’s Coronavirus Resources for Health Clubs.