Best Western have 4 hotels in Staffordshire
Book a hotel in Staffordshire and visit the county of Monkey safaris, thrilling theme parks and magnificent Victorian gardens. Whether you are imply planning a short break or want a holiday that you will cherish for the rest of your life, this area of the West Midlands is certainly a name to put firmly on your to-visit list. Best Western has four charming hotels in Staffordshire, all complete with high-quality service, cuisine, accommodation, and, of course, plenty of personality.
Town and city breaks in Staffordshire
Staffordshire has an array of towns and cities where you can rest, relax and enjoy yourself. The largest city, Stoke-on-Trent, is famous for its ceramic and pottery as well as its roguish northern charm. Staying in our Staffordshire hotel nearby will mean you can easily visit the beautiful Trentham Estate, spread over 800 acres, Trentham Monkey Forest and Alton Towers. Lichfield is another city that is teeming with heritage and adventure. Visitors can enjoy the thrills of Drayton Manor theme park or the peace and quiet of the National Memorial Arboretum. Shopaholics will enjoy hunting for trendy and chic bargains in Stafford, while bargain hunters will just adore Newcastle-under-Lyme, which is home to a real, traditional market, going all the way back to 1173! Antique lovers will enjoy browsing for antiques in Leek. If you end up wandering off the beaten track, try to end up in Eccleshall where you can admire the award-winning flower displays and sink a pint of local ale in an old coaching inn.
Holidays in the Staffordshire countryside
The spectacular Staffordshire countryside is renowned for its natural beauty. It has four nature reserves and two national forests. Nature lovers can book a Best Western hotel in Staffordshire to visit the Moorlands in the north, or head south to visit Kinver Edge. Of course, the Rudyard Lake in the countryside is also popular with people looking for a short break, especially if you love sailing. The heaths and woodlands of Cannock Chase are ripe for rambling, while the craggy cliff face of the Roaches provides more of a physical challenge for keen climbers. Stay in our Staffordshire hotel closest to the Derbyshire border for an opportunity to visit the South Peak Estate, including Dovedale and its atmospheric ashwood-tree forest. A ridge leads to the Peak and once there, you will be amazed at the beauty. It is a wonderful place to walk and get back to nature.
Attractions in Staffordshire
If you're after something, perhaps, a bit more exhilarating, this is the county of white-knuckle thrills - Alton Towers, the perfect day out with the family. For some imaginative fun, head to Abbots Bromley where Robin Hood, Maid Marian and a fool lead a procession from village to village, an activity known as the Horn Dance. Adults and children will enjoy taking a 10.5-mile ride on a steam train of Churnet Valley Railway. Catch this ride at Cheddleton Station in Leek and enjoy a mesmerising ride between Cheddleton and Froghall. Book a Best Western hotel in Staffordshire, the perfect place for the whole family to relax, bond and enjoy a short UK break.
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Hotels in Staffordshire
Attractions in Staffordshire:
Wed-Sun 12pm-4.30pm Apr - Dec 2013; not Mon or Tue (annual)
Daily 10am-5pm/6pm, depending on season Feb 2013 (various dates)
Daily 11am-5.30pm (last admission 4.30pm) Mar - Dec 2013 (annual)
Mar - Oct 2013 (annual)
Thu-Sun & bank holidays 11am-5pm Apr - Aug 2013; Thu, Fri, Sat, and Sun only (annual)
What's on in Staffordshire:
02/06/2013 to 02/06/2013
14/06/2013 to 25/08/2013
30/05/2013 to 30/05/2013
18/05/2013 to 26/05/2013
06/06/2013 to 06/06/2013
01/06/2013 to 04/06/2013