About Beresford Dale, Staffordshire Moorlands (SK17 0HQ)

Name: Beresford Dale, Staffordshire Moorlands
Place type: Valley
Location: Grid Ref: SK 1278 5892 • X/Y co-ords: 412787, 358926 • Lat/Long: 53.12739944,-1.81037466
District: Staffordshire Moorlands
County/Unitary Authority: Staffordshire
Region: West Midlands
Country: England
Height: 221.2m
OS Explorer map: OL24: Peak District

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West Cawlow Barn, in HULME END
Sleeps: 7, Bedrooms: 3

Spacious, high quality, Grade II listed barn conversion, with many original features, on edge of pretty Hulme End. Large gardens and fishing by arrangement. Buxton 10 miles.

East Cawlow Barn, in HULME END
Sleeps: 4, Bedrooms: 2

High quality, Grade II listed barn conversion, with many original features, close to pretty Hulme End. Large gardens. Great base for Peaks. Buxton 10 miles.

Meadow Place, in IPSTONES
Sleeps: 10, Bedrooms: 4

Superb, Grade II listed stone-built barn conversion in Ipstones. Features include beams, exposed stone walls and first floor vaulted living room. Ashbourne 9 miles.

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