This family run inn and country hotel boasts both boutique style rooms and luxury bedrooms with four poster beds and whirlpool baths. Choose from a traditional carvery in the bar or a meal in our 2 AA Rosette restaurant. Situated on the A53, 2 miles from Leek, on the edge of the Peak National Park.
This Grade II listed moated manor house hotel enjoys a spectacular canalside setting in the heart of rural Staffordshire, close to junction 13 of the M6. The hotel boasts an award winning 2 AA Rosette restaurant and traditional brasserie bar.
This former coaching inn dates back to the 16th century and has been lovingly restored and oozes charm and character with modern hints of elegance. The popular bar and restaurant serves freshly prepared dishes and the bedrooms are spacious and comfortable.
On the banks of the River Trent in the Staffordshire village of Branston, this converted farmhouse is now home to The Riverside Hotel. The Garden Room Restaurant and Riverside Terrace offers seasonal modern and traditional British dishes. The beautiful bedrooms are comfortable and modern with a countryside aesthetic
This independent inn oozes character and charm and has an eclectic, rustic-chic décor, blazing fires, and spacious gardens. The Duncombe Arms serves food that showcases the very best local and seasonal produce and mixes pub classics with more adventurous modern British dishes. The cosy bedrooms with a rural backdrop are designed with luxury and comfort in mind.
This 15th century inn is steeped in history and full of character. It has retained some traditional features such as open log fires and oak beams. The Dog & Partridge is located on the High Street in Tutbury, just 5 minutes from the notoriously haunted Tutbury Castle and easy reach of the antique and craft shops.
This 18th century, Grade II listed hotel serves local Staffordshire cuisine in its fine dining restaurant, and offers bright and airy en-suite bedrooms with original features such as wooden beams. There is also a spacious bar and terrace. The inn is situated in the quiet village of Brewood, 8 miles from Wolverhampton.
This historic old coaching inn stands in the centre of the lovely village of Hamstall Ridware. Join the locals by the fire in the friendly bar, enjoy a good meal and then retire to one of our four comfortable en-suite rooms.
This lovely 17th century inn is situated in the village of Penkridge, just 5 minutes drive from the M6 motorway. All the stylish bedrooms boast en-suite faciltiies, and a contemporary British and Mediterranean menu is available each evening in the restaurant with its original fireplaces and oak beams. Wolverhampton city centre is 20 minutes drive from the inn.
Welcome to the Wheatsheaf at Onneley, an 18th century coaching inn with ten comfortable en-suite rooms. Dine in the stylish restaurant and bar area, or on warm sunny day, enjoy a meal al fresco in the pretty garden.
A newly renovated country inn in the village of Sandon, 5 miles from Stafford. Guests can enjoy home-cooked food served throughout the day by the real log fire indoors or outside in our stylish garden on warmer days. The inn also boasts individually designed en-suite bedrooms and is just 30 minutes drive from Alton Towers and Uttoxeter Racecourse. Free parking is available.
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