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Great hotel in stoke on trend ....... very nice room and good food at restaurant
Plenty of car parking. Hotel and room was very clean and modern. Staff were very helpful and friendly. Evening food and breakfast was very good. Top hotel.
All staff were very helpful and food and service were generally excellent Our room had stupendous views over the river and the countryside and had useful table and chairs on the patio
We stayed at Newton house whilst on a university open day visit with our 17 year old daughter. We received a very warm welcome from Jacqui and Greg. Our room was lovely, very clean and comfortable. The surrounding gardens were really beautiful and we all enjoyed a lovely autumnal walk after an excellent ...
Wow where to start: amazing setting, facilities, friendly and extremely helpful!! Only minor drawback was unexpected charge to use towels in pool facility and only 2 bath towels supplied for a family of four in the cabin. Kitchen floor appeared clean but there was some food stuck in areas under the ...
Stayed here to break up a long journey. Close to M6. Room was ok although curtains didn't fit very well and so lots of external lighting came into room. Nice breakfast.
Used this hotel as it was only 7 miles to Alton towers theme park had a fab two nights here staff was very friendly. There was a great choice of food for breakfast however they did not do an evening meal but there was three pubs close by that served food. The room was very nice with a nice view of ...
Staffordshire has a good selection of four star hotels located throughout the county in towns such as Lichfield, Stoke-on-Trent and Burton-on-Trent, and also in some of the smaller rural villages dotted around the area. If you're looking for something a little more special but don't want to pay a five star premium, four star Staffordshire hotels such as the centrally located Hilton Burton St. Georges Park, or the Georgian elegance of Swinfen Hall Hotel, are definitely the way to go.
Four star accommodation usually includes all of the facilities typically associated with three star hotels, such as colour TVs, in-house bars and/or restaurants, gyms and conference rooms, plus added extras such as multiple room/suite options, business facilities, swimming pools, child care facilities and concierge services.
A great example of a four star hotel in the Staffordshire area is the Drayton Manor Hotel, which lies within 180 acres of beautiful grounds inside the Drayton Manor Theme Park complex. The Drayton Manor Hotel is a stunning, three-floor, 150 room hotel, and a stay here also includes a day ticket for the theme park. Facilities include a fully equipped business centre, concierge services, two bars, two restaurants, an arcade/games room, free WiFi, a garden, free parking and a range of rooms to suit families of all sizes, as well as lone travellers and couples.
The county of Staffordshire is a great holiday destination with no shortage of things to see and do, such as theme parks, museums, activity days and beautiful English countryside. The county's midland location makes it ideal as a base for exploring much of the rest of the United Kingdom, such as the Cotswolds to the south, the Midlands, Cheshire and Lancashire to the north, and even North Wales.
Many visitors to Staffordshire also take the opportunity to travel to nearby Warwickshire, particularly the picturesque home of Shakespeare's original Globe theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon.
Although Staffordshire is a popular destination, hotels have always been plentiful in the area so prices have remained relatively low, especially compared to other popular areas of the UK such as the Cotswolds and the Lake District. Even four star accommodation is available at very affordable rates, and many of the hotels will offer discounts for booking far enough in advance, as well as group discounts.
As with any destination, off-peak prices are much lower than they are at peak times, and there will be less attractions open during the winter months and during term time. However, if you don't have children that holiday with you, you can pick up some real off-peak four star hotel bargains. When you arrive at your hotel during the off season, it is also well worth enquiring about upgrades – that Presidential Suite may not be so out of your budget after all!
Whether you're looking for a relaxing break in the lap of luxury, or feel the need for some creature comforts following a long day of activities with the kids, a four star hotel will be just the ticket.