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The Cottage at The Retreat, Leek, Staffordshire

The Cottage at The Retreat
Mill Street
Leek
Staffordshire

ST13 8EU | View map

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Situated in the market town of Leek in Staffordshire, The Cottage at The Retreat is a perfect stop for visitors to The Peak District, which is 1/2 hour away. The 2 bed, self catering cottage is finished to a high specification and is very cozy and comfortable and forms part of The Retreat Day Spa next door - so, perfect also for Spa Breaks. The main double bedroom has a Jacuzzi bath and shower and the second single bedroom also has an en-suite shower room. The kitchen is well appointed with oak units and granite work surfaces and the lounge has a 42" plasma screen TV with Sky fitted for your enjoyment. Breakfast hampers and maid service are available. The Jester Bistro, incorporated within The Retreat Day Spa, offers fresh, home-made and mouthwatering dishes at great value and, if you wish, take-away plated up meals can be made available. All guests of The Cottage are very welcome to use the Spa Facilities at The Retreat, during opening hours, and this consists of unlimited use of the Steam, Sauna, Jacuzzi,Toning Bed and lovely relaxation areas. Free, off-road parking is available. Children are very welcome and a cot and high chair can be made available.

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