Blithfield Lakeside Barns
Nestled in the idyllic Staffordshire Countryside, next to a beautiful 790 acre lake, you will find Blithfield Lakeside Barns. Tastefully converted by the Brown family in 2003, we are perfect for romantic getaways and family reunions.
Situated just 2 miles from the ancient village of Abbots Bromley, which boasts a wealth of traditional pubs and restaurants.
We are also 4 miles from Cannock Chase, which is an area of outstanding natural beauty and to the southern end of the Peak District.
"What a beautiful place with a beautiful backdrop of the lake and surrounding greenery from almost every cottage. Really enjoyed our time here. Thank you for creating such a great venue to bring families together."
Our cottages have been beautifully furnished, to such a high standard that we have been awarded 4 stars by Visit Britain!
Each cottage has a private patio, overlooking the scenic Blithfield Reservoir, along with a communal lawn area that is open for children to have fun!
Due to the buildings being original barns, they do have steps and narrow passages, making them only suitable for Easy Walking Access.
Blithfield Reservoir is a beautiful 790-acre lake set in the rolling hills of Blithe Valley.
The reservoir was created by building a dam across the nearby River Blithe, channelling water into the valley alongside it. The reservoir took 500 men more than six years to complete and was officially opened by the Queen Mother in October 1953.
All of our cottages overlook the picturesque view of the lake, and you may even be lucky enough to spot some of the rare birdlife around the lake!
We are situated in a beautiful area in the Centre of England, which is filled with a host of things to do and places to visit.
For the children (and those young at heart) there is Alton Towers, Drayton Manor Park, Water World and Tamworth Snow Dome. We are only 5 miles from Cannock Chase, with Go Ape Treetop Adventure, Horse trekking and Cycle trails, to bird watching and woodland walks. On the edge of the Chase, there is Shugborough Hall, with the historic working farm and events throughout the year.
The Peak District is nearby, as well as Chatsworth House, Kedleston Hall, Calke Abbey and Haddon Hall. We are situated in the area of the National Forest, with Barton Marina one of its new attractions. This is also near to The National Memorial Arboretum, which is a very beautiful and moving place to visit for both young and old.
Trentham Estate about 20 miles away, and has the amazing Monkey Forest and also beautifully restored Italian Gardens, a shopping village, with attraction for both children and parents. The Potteries themselves still have numerous companies large and small producing ceramics of all kinds most of which have factory shops selling their beautiful pottery.
The county town of Stafford has many lovely historic buildings, including the ancient High House and the Castle which stages outdoor Shakespearean productions every summer. Lichfield is a lovely place to visit with its magnificent cathedral and many antique shops.