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The Old Byre
Leek, Staffordshire, England
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About The Old Byre
Located 43 km from Manchester, The Old Byre offers pet-friendly accommodation in Leek. The unit is 43 km from Sheffield. An oven and a toaster can be found in the kitchen and there is a private bathroom.
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Random England fact:
The Romans arrived in the Cotswolds in AD47, building famous roads such as 'the Fosse Way', and great towns such as Cirencester.
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