Award winning luxurious barn conversions nestling on the western edge of the Peak District National Park. Kerridge End is in the conservation area of the village, which lies in the foothills of the Pennines, straddling the Cheshire boundary of the Peak District National Park. Rainow is blessed with a massive network of well-maintained footpaths, in total 44 miles, varying from quiet rambles to tough hill walking on rugged moors. The famous Gritstone Trail runs through the village. For the cyclists, there are the Middlewood Way and the Macc Monster cycle routes close by.