Spacious Self Catering Cottages in the Cheshire Countryside



The original old Cheese Room for the farmhouse, luxuriously converted into a self-contained cottage.



Luxurious three bedroomed single story wooden lodge with stunning open plan living area.



Are you looking for somewhere exceptional to Stay In Cheshire?

Hill House Farm has two self-catering properties set within its grounds in the heart of the Cheshire countryside. Both properties boast stunning views of beautiful countryside, it makes a perfect base when you stay and explore Cheshire and Chester!

Whether you are interested in cycling, walking, canals, horse riding (we have full stabling and equestrian facilities including a menage) or just touring around, Hill House Farm is a wonderful place to stay.  You don’t have to leave your four legged friend behind as we welcome dogs too!

Hill House Farm is an excellent base if you are moving house and require somewhere to stay whilst looking to buy, or if you are having work done on your own property.  It also makes an excellent interim accommodation for business or corporate relocation, the properties are fully serviced for your arrival and all linen and towels are provided during your stay.



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The Country Lodge is a luxurious three bedroomed single story wooden lodge. The Country Lodge benefits from a stunning open plan living area with a mezzanine landing above.

Equipped with a large ‘Clearview’ log burner to keep you cosy and a ‘Smart’ 3D television, a DVD player and Superfast Internet to keep you entertained while you stay.

All the bedrooms have en suite facilities, the master bedroom has a large walk in shower, one of the smaller bedrooms has a smaller walk in shower and the third bedroom has a bath with a shower above it.

The superior beds are all ‘zip and link’ so can be arranged as either a super king double or two single twin beds.

The Country Lodge has it’s own enclosed garden with views over the rolling farmland next door, and also over looks the adjacent new Dog Exercise Paddock.  We have planted 18 trees in one corner of this field and we mow a track around the edge so it is easy to wander around and enjoy the countryside – with or without a four legged friend.  There is a separate area at the top end of the field that has a new Children’s Play Area with a new climbing frame, swings and slide.  There is also space for kicking a ball around, playing family rounders, cricket or just running around!

We have a number of Ride-On toys available for the younger children to play with within the garden as the Lodge has a path all the way a round the outside, and has regularly been used as a mini Oulton Park style ‘Race Track’ for children with vivid imaginations!

We have taken the opportunity during the different lockdowns to re-point the patio and re-paint the exterior of the Lodge to maintain its excellent condition.  We have also updated the television in the main sitting room to a Smart TV, so you can enjoy some home entertainment whilst staying with us.

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The Chirk Cottage is the original old Cheese Room for the farmhouse and luxuriously converted into a self-contained cottage sleeping two.  During this Pandemic we have used the opportunity to totally refurbished this cosy Cottage.

The kitchen units have been painted in two different tones of blue to compliment the new curtains, rug and cushions.  We have updated the under counter fridge to a  small fridge/freezer, installed a new Smart TV and hard wired the Superfast Internet from the farmhouse to the cottage to improve the signal.

The Cottage is centrally heated by a Biomass Boiler, and has an easy-to-use ‘clearview’ log burner for cosy winter evenings.  All you have to do is throw the occasional log or two onto it.

We removed the old staircase and have put in a lovely new staircase which leads straight up to the first floor bedroom from the entrance door.

The bedroom has recently been re-plastered, refurbished and redecorated, and is furnished with beautifully painted pine throughout, a new purple woollen headboard coordinates with the new curtains that frame the stunning views from the windows.  The bed is a 6ft ‘Zip & Link’ bed – which can be made up as a super-king double or split into twin beds.

Chirk Cottage is semi-detached to the main farmhouse and has its own entrance, which leads through the yard to the car parking area at the front of the farmhouse.

The large gardens and paddocks surrounding the farmhouse are shared with guests staying in Chirk Cottage, there are a number of seating areas in the garden and surrounding area including table and chairs on a small patio outside the cottage.  If you stroll around our Farm Walk there is a good picnic table down near the brook where you can sit and while away the hours, enjoying the peace and tranquility of the countryside.

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Explore Cheshire and Chester!

There are lots of things to do nearby including visit the wild animals at Chester Zoo, play for hours in the play park and sample loads of different flavoured Ice Cream at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm, Tattenhall, then pop along to Snugbury’s Ice Cream Farm, Nantwich, to compare the different flavours!

There are 20 plus National Trust Properties all within 25 mile radius, including Tatton Park, Speke Hall, Erddig, Little Moreton Hall, The Beatles Childhood Homes, Quarry Bank, Chirk Castle, Dunham Massey, Lyme Park and many more.

Discover the Cheshire Castles – Beeston (has a visitor centre and STUNNING views from the top), Cholmondeley (gardens open to public), Peckforton (now a Hotel).

Explore the cities of Chester, Liverpool, Manchester and Stoke all within 45 minutes drive. North Wales castles, towns and beaches are easily commutable.

Theme Parks like Alton Towers and Gullivers World for the thrill seekers or Oulton Park Motor Racing Circuit for those that want a real challenge.

A Little of Our History

The Rayner family purchased Hill House Farm in the 1940s, running it as a dairy farm until the late 1980s, when the dairy was sold off but the main farmhouse and brick barns were retained.

Nick and Catherine ran a B&B for 17 years before concentrating on self-catering holidays. They currently have a few private horses and a couple of spare stables for guests to bring their own horses on holiday.   Nick and his son, Will, have the Agricultural and Amenity Contracting Business, so for the tractor mad child, they can still see the tractors and machinery going out to work each day!

Catherine grew up in West Sussex and moved to Cheshire in the late 1990s when she met and married Nick, who was actually born in one of the farmhouse bedrooms!

Catherine studied horses at college and ran her own riding school and livery yard before she moved to Cheshire. She now only ride for pleasure and to escort their daughter.

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