Fairboroughs Farm

Local Attractions

The area surrounding Fairboroughs Farm has something for everyone. Whether you would like a peaceful time for relaxing and renewing or a more active experience with plenty to do and see, Staffordshire affords it all. We have listed just a few of the places you can visit around the Farm and are confident that once you visit us you will find much much more to help you enjoy your holiday with us. We have provided links to various web sites to enable you plan your visits whilst here at Fairboroughs.

Places of Interest

Leek

A centre for Antiques, Market, Factory shops, approximately 4 miles

Rudyard Lake

Approximately 2 miles

Tittersworth Resevoir

Tittesworth visitor centre is located 3 miles north of Leek, off the A53 Leek to Buxton road. Follow signposts to Meerbrook, or the familiar brown and white signs.

Alton Towers

Approximately 19 miles

Stoke-on-Trent

Famous for its potteries and museums, approximately 15 miles

The Peak District

Situated in the heart of England, The Peak District National Park lies at the southern end of the Pennine Hills. It was the first National Park, set up in 1951 and covers parts of six counties.

Buxton

International Festival, Opera House, Antique Fairs, Gardens, approximately 16 miles

Macclesfield

Silk Museum. Approximately 10 miles

Jodrell Bank

Observatory The Jodrell Bank Visitor Centre is the visitor centre for the world famous Lovell Radio Telescope and the Jodrell Bank Observatory, the astronomy research centre of the University of Manchester. Approximately 19 miles

Leek

Leek Gun Club - open to visitors with a shoot on the first Sunday every month.

In addition the local area provides many less specific activities such as fishing at Tittesworth Reservoir, sailing on Rudyard Lake, walking, climbing, horse riding, antique fairs, well dressing, cycling and shooting There is a varied countryside with moorlands, forest, lakes and caves.