The Hatcheries

Church Lane,
ST13 5ET

For information and reservations
01538-383544 / 01538-399552
Web Site

Ideally situated within two minutes walk from the town centre, yet set in a secluded position overlooking scenic views. Adjacent to Brough Park with 30 acres of public parkland and gardens, also Brough Park Leisure Centre offering various health and leisure facilities, children's play area, tennis, bowling and skateboard park.

Rent an apartment, available on daily rates.

Well behaved dogs welcome! (not to be left unattended)

Ample parking on site.

Delightful views and attractions within a few minutes drive of the Hatcheries.

Each unit has its own kitchen (for light cooking) with complimentary tea and coffee.
Leek is an old market town on the edge of the Peak District National Park and is the administrative centre of the Staffordshire Moorlands. Leek offers several antique emporiums and shops, it offers a wealth of bargains for collectors and bargain hunters.
Two minutes away is the market place and this is a combination of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants, plus a variety of outdoor markets and indoor markets trading on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays with the Totally Locally market on the first Sunday of every month.

The old buildings of Leek are a sight to see, many designed by the architect William Sugden and his son Larner.

Visit the James Brindley working corn mill (1752) restored from a derelict state or nearby Rudyard Lake from whom Rudyard Kipling took his name.

All Imagery Courtesy of Leekonline

Map showing location of The Hatcheries and the surrounding area

Why not visit Leek's own web site

or the

Staffordshire Tourism Web Site