Location

Nestled in the foothills of the Peak District National Park between the attractive market towns of Macclesfield, Leek and Buxton.

Colley Farm Cottages, Colley Mill Farm, North Rode, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 2PH


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Please note that satellite navigation systems will get you to the area – but are unlikely to get you exactly to Colley Mill Farm / Colley Farm Cottages. The Cottages adjoin the farmhouse.

From Congleton

Take the A54 Congleton to Buxton road – you will pass The Church House pub in Buglawton on your right. Then the Robin Hood pub on your right.

Carry straight on down the hill where you come to traffic lights over the (single route traffic) River Dane bridge. Cross the bridge. Colley Mill Farm is the first farm on the left hand side. The entrance to the farm is directly off the A54 – just a few yards past the ‘Church Lane’ turning (green triangle of grass with white fencing) on your left hand side. Take the first entrance - into the front yard – an ‘L’ shape of red brick buildings consisting of the farm house and adjoining brick buildings surround the yard.

From Macclesfield

Take the A523 Macclesfield to Leek road – you will pass Macclesfield Football ground on your right. Then the Fools Nook pub on your left.

Carry straight on until you get to Bosley Crossroads traffic lights - Colley Mill Farm is one mile from that point. Turn right towards Congleton (A54) and go under the railway viaduct. The farm is the first farm on the right hand side. Please take care as you will need to slow down to take the second farm entrance – just beyond the first farm entrance and red brick farm building. The front yard of the farm consists of the farmhouse and adjoining brick buildings (‘L shape’). If you get to Church Lane or the next set of traffic lights – you will have gone too far!

From Leek

Take the A523 Leek to Macclesfield road – you will go through the village of Rushton – past the Rushton Inn on the right – and then through the village of Bosley – past the Queens Arms on the right and the Harrington Arms on the left. You will then come to Bosley Crossroads traffic lights. Colley MillFarm is one mile from that point. Turn left towards Congleton (A54) and go under the railway viaduct and the farm is the first farm on the right hand side. Please take care as you will need to slow down to take the second farm entrance – just beyond the first farm entrance and red brick farm building. The front yard of the farm consists of the farmhouse and adjoining brick buildings (‘L shape’). If you get to Church Lane or the next set of traffic lights – you will have gone too far!

From Buxton

Take the A54 Congleton road out of Buxton. This will take you over moors and result in branching off to the left (before the Cat & Fiddle pub). The road then drops to Allgreave – past the Rose & Crown pub on your left, round a sharp pin bend, up the other side (past the Wild Boar Inn). Keep following the road and it will drop down a steep hill (lovely views) to Bosley Crossroads (traffic lights). Colley Mill Farm is one mile from that point. Go straight across the crossroads towards Congleton. The road will take you under the railway viaduct. The farm is the first farm on the right hand side. Please take care as you will need to slow down to take the second farm entrance – just beyond the first farm entrance and red brick farm building. The front yard of the farm consists of the farmhouse and adjoining brick buildings (‘L shape’). If you get to Church Lane or the next set of traffic lights – you will have gone too far!


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This project is part financed by the
European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development