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This is a beautiful well-kept house in lovely grounds,ideal for a night or weekend away. The owners are extremely welcoming and helpful and nothing is too much trouble.We enjoyed sitting out in the garden in the early evening and if it is warm you can take breakfast on the terrace, looking out over ...
Nice place to stay good selection of breakfast served,my grandson loved feeding the ducks out side the hotel where you can obtain the food at reception .f you have kids or grandchildren it's only ashort drive to dryton manor,would return in the future,
Lovely, quiet and good size room, over looking the garden. Dinner good, but waiting staff need training on customer service. Attention to detail lacking i.e. no toilet roll in bedroom ensuite; Overall, a good basic hotel.
Unfortunatley booked when prom was on what a nightmare carpark full of excited teenagers cars honking and pressing there excellerators what a nightmare The hotel itself was ok but needs refurbishment bathroom very dirty widows seen better days old and peeling paint
From the moment we walked in to the hotel we were made to feel welcome. Nikki on reception was lovely and helpful throughout our stay. Rooms were clean and big enough for 4 of us (2 adults and 2 children 10 & 12). The complementary breakfast was good with a good selection. 40 minutes away from Alton ...
The hotel is still relatively new so the building and facilities are all in a great condition. The rooms are really comfortable and the food is great! If you're staying there then I would also highly recommend doing the St George's Park tour
Overall a reasonable stay. Dining options were limited at weekend and bar food was very slow to arrive but rooms big and clean and prove was OK.
There are plenty of hotels with conference facilities in the Staffordshire area. Most of the available accommodation is three or four star rated, but there also some two star conference hotels for businesses looking for more affordable accommodation. There are also two five star hotels if you really want to push the boat out for your delegates!
Conference hotels will offer private meeting rooms plus smaller 'break out' rooms for more dynamic meetings. Clearly, a fast and reliable WiFi connection is an absolute must, and it's well worth enquiring about the speed of the hotel's broadband connection before you book.
As well as conference facilities, your group may require catering and, if you're planning some staff away days, close proximity to the planned activities and maybe even a decent pub will be required.
The county has great transport links and is situated close to Birmingham Railway Station, Birmingham International Airport, East Midlands Airport and the M6, M1 and M42 motorways. Its central location within the United Kingdom makes it a great 'halfway' option for national companies and many of the local hotels that have business centres and conference rooms welcome large delegations from many British companies. Staffordshire is also a popular destination for Birmingham companies that want to meet outside of the city and in a more rural location.
If your business trip includes some down time, there's plenty to see and do in the county. Drayton Manor Theme Park and Alton Towers are both found in Staffordshire, as is the SnowDome: a huge ice, snow and leisure park near to the town of Tamworth.
Being a popular holiday destination, Staffordshire has no shortage of decent hotels, and some great bargains can be found during the winter months and in school term time, with larger corporate bookings particularly welcome at these normally quiet times of the year. At busier peak season times it's well worth booking well in advance because hotel space gets snapped up very quickly. Many of the conference hotels in the area will offer group discounts and even lay on some evening entertainment too.