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Pocket Guide: Cannock Cannock Shopping Centre Hotels

Cannock Shopping Centre is located in the very centre of Cannock and has two pedestrian entrances, one from Cannock Bus Station and one from Market Hall Street. The town itself is on the A34 between Walsall and Stafford, and the A5 between Telford and Tamworth, and is also easy to reach by car from junction 11 of the M6 motorway. The shopping centre is well served by local bus services, which run from most of the main towns and cities in the surrounding area.

Cannock Shopping Centre opens at 8.30am and shuts at 5.45pm on Mondays to Saturdays, and is open from 9.45am until 4.15pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays. Trading hours are from 9am until 5pm on weekdays and Saturdays, and from 10am to 4pm on Sundays.

Most of the big high street names can be found in the shopping centre, and there are also a number of cafés and restaurants if you fancy a break from shopping. Facilities are excellent, and car parking is plentiful, making it a popular shopping centre for both locals and visitors alike.

Plenty of Cannock Hotels Close By

If you're staying at one of the local hotels or guesthouses, Cannock Shopping Centre is well worth a visit while you're in the area. Cannock has a number of hotels dotted throughout the town, although nearby Stafford has a greater range and number, from local B&Bs to five star luxury spa hotels.

The wider county of Staffordshire is a great holiday destination and is packed full of beautiful scenery, fascinating museums and the Alton Towers and Drayton Manor Theme Park. Nearby Derbyshire is home to the world famous Peak District, an area of outstanding natural beauty and a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts, from walkers to mountain bikers and climbers.

Staffordshire is very popular with UK holidaymakers and is packed full of decent hotels to suit all budgets. Its central location makes it an ideal base for exploring much of the UK, including Warwickshire (Shakespeare's county), Derbyshire, Cheshire and Lancashire. Further south, the Cotswolds are well worth exploring and North Wales is only a short trip away.