Special Offers for Best Accommodation
ST15 0BQ, Stone, Stafford Road
Originally a country house, the Stone House Hotel has been tastefully restored in traditional style to provide a charming and serene environment. The property is 18.5 miles from Alton Towers. With beautiful gardens with an... read more
£ 49.00View Rates
WS11 0DQ, Cannock, Bridge Street
The Holiday Inn Birmingham North - Cannock is a state-of-the-art hotel with contemporary rooms, a free gym and extensive business facilities, close to the M6. Birmingham city centre can be reached in a 30-minute drive.... read more
£ 47.00View Rates
ST5 4DL , Stoke on Trent, M6 Junct 15, Clayton Road, Clayton
Located just a 2-minute drive from the M6 motorway and a 30-minute drive from the Alton Towers Theme Park, the Holiday Inn Stoke on Trent is less than 10 minutes' drive from Newcastle-under-Lyme’s town centre.... read more
£ 51.00View Rates
WS13 7AR, Lichfield, 62 Beacon Street
In the heart of Lichfield, just a short walk from the city centre and the magnificent cathedral, this charming hotel offers cosy rooms, each with a flat-screen plasma TV and free Wi-Fi access. All rooms... read more
ST10 1NZ, Cheadle, 1 Watt Place, Cheadle
Situated at the top of Cheadle high street, The Manor Guesthouse is less than 15 minutes' drive from Alton Towers, featuring modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. All rooms have their own shower room and guests... read more
£ 67.95View Rates
WS11 1SB, Cannock, Watling Street
An ideal venue for accommodation, conferences, functions and weddings, this hotel is located on the edge of Cannock Chase and is surrounded by beautiful countryside. Only a mile from junction 12 of the M6 and... read more
£ 54.00View Rates
DY3 4LD, Himley, Stourbridge Road
Conveniently situated next to the A449 with easy access to Wolverhampton, Stourbridge, Dudley and the surrounding area, the hotel features 23 en suite bedrooms with modern facilities and free Wi-Fi. All rooms feature tea and... read more
£ 42.50View Rates
DE14 1SY, Burton upon Trent, One Bridge Street
The Three Queens Hotel is set near to the centre of Burton-upon-Trent, an area best known for its brewing industrial heritage. Within the 16th century walls of the hotel is a bar serving locally produced... read more
ST15 8AS, Stone, 38 High Street
Originally an 18th century coaching inn, The Crown is situated in the centre of the canal town of Stone, with easy access from M6 junctions 14 and 15. The hotel has 32 individually furnished rooms,... read more
£ 42.00View Rates
DE13 9LS, Tutbury, High Street
Situated in the heart of Tutbury, this splendid 15th-century inn, steeped in history and full of character, boasts traditional open log fires and oak beams. Just 5 minutes’ walk away from the notoriously haunted Tutbury... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
DE13 8BU, Barton under Needwood, Nr. Barton Under Needwood
Set in a private, peaceful estate, this country club has landscaped gardens and combines the best of old and new for a relaxing environment. It features a leisure centre with a heated indoor pool, whirlpool,... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
DE14 1BN, Burton upon Trent, Station street
In the town centre of Burton upon Trent, in the heart of the Midlands, this hotel and restaurant is a historic Grade II listed building, dressed in Arthurian décor. The Grail Court Hotel has a... read more
£ 40.00View Rates
ST12 9AE, Stoke on Trent, The Green
In a peaceful, rural location, this country house was originally built in 1845. Today, the house has been converted into a luxurious privately owned hotel with many beautiful original features. The Upper House is a... read more
£ 85.00View Rates
DE14 2WF, Burton upon Trent, Second Avenue, Centrum One Hundred
The Holiday Inn Express Burton on Trent is located in Centrum 100 Business Park, situated on the A38, just south of Derby and the A50 spine road. Both East Midlands Airport and Birmingham Airport are... read more
£ 59.00View Rates
B79 7NB, Tamworth, Ladybank
The 3-star Castle Hotel is in the centre of historic Tamworth, with en suite rooms, a unique restaurant, a Russian-themed bar and a late-night lounge bar. With a focus on relaxation and service, the Castle... read more
£ 41.00View Rates
ST14 8AG, Uttoxeter, Church Street
In the centre of Uttoxeter, this beautiful Georgian building was once the town’s first bank and now offers free parking, a bar and 17 individually decorated en suite rooms. Originally built in 1777 for Thomas... read more
£ 52.00View Rates
ST15 8TG, Stone, Moddershall
In 72 acres of beautiful, peaceful Staffordshire countryside, Moddershall Oaks offers luxurious 5-star guest accommodation, a superb lakeside restaurant, relaxation facilities and spa treatments. Great for a relaxing, rejuvenating break, Moddershall Oaks Spa Restaurant Suites... read more
£ 295.00View Rates
ST5 5ED, Whitmore, Stone Road
Slater’s is country inn and hotel with en suite rooms, a bar serving traditional ales and home-cooked food, and a weekend restaurant. Slater’s is 10 minutes’ drive from the M6 (junction 15). Slater’s has rooms... read more
£ 59.95View Rates
B79 7AT, Tamworth, Lower gungate
Totally refurbished in February 2009, the Globe Inn has en suite rooms, free Wi-Fi, and breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. You can enjoy a mix of traditional and unique dishes at the Globe Inn, where... read more
ST3 1HD, Stoke on Trent, Times Square, 545 King Street, Longton
Situated in Longton, The Crown Hotel offers no-frills budget accommodation. For football fans the hotel is situated just a 5 minutes’ drive from the Britannia stadium, home of Stoke City Football Club. The centre of... read more
£ 32.00View Rates
Where to Stay and Visit
Alton Towers is one of the most popular places to visit in Staffordshire. The latest ride at Alton Towers is the Wicker Man, loosely based on the 1973 film. Though who visit the place regularly may go for the season pass as it works out as better value. Alternatively you might like to look for cheap theme parks in the area (possibly Draytons which is more reasonably priced) and only use Alton Towers on special occasions.
Another popular destination is Weston Park in Weston-under-Lizard. This country house or mansion and park serves regularly as a wedding venue and is home to many festivals and other events.
The region around Stoke-On-Trent is known as Potteries due to a long history of creating ceramics in the region. For those who wish to know how engrained the porcelain industry is with the region you could visit the Stoke-On-Trent Potteries Museum and Art Gallery or the Gladstone Pottery Museum. Staffordshire University is located in the city while three other campuses are situated in Stafford, Lichfield and Shrewsbury in Shropshire.
As with the Peak District it might be worth staying in a different area of Staffordshire and visiting this region for a day, though it is probably more possible you’ll find somewhere that suits your low budget in this region.
Burton-on-Trent, although sharing the same river as Stoke has a rather different history. It’s biggest industry is brewing but it also has busy shopping areas like the Octagon. You should also visit the historic towns of Lichfield and Uttoxeter.
Different Accommodation Options
The first type of accommodation that is considered by many are the hotels. It is probably best to combine a budget price with some sense of style. The new Bath Hotel in Matlock is one example and as the name implies it has a number of water based relaxation areas; namely a indoor and outdoor swimming pool and a spa, a lifestyle which doesn’t strike many as cheap.
Alternatively you might like to try the Stone House Hotel which offers a romantic setting at a not too expensive price. For those looking for the cheap reductions the Cathedral Hotel in Lichfield might be somewhere to locate cut price offers. Described as a casual hotel, its Mock Tudor facade makes it feel quite homely, rather than cheap and nasty.
Some people might not familiar with the idea of boutique hotels, it just means a small hotels in a more urban setting rather than in the depths of the country. Such places might include St John House in Lichfield or the individual Quarry Walk Lodges in Cheadle. There’s certainly a great deal of choice in the boutique side of the hotels market.
You might wish to stay in a B&B in which case the one of the more elegant places to stay is undoubtedly Colton House. Despite the appearance of a romantic Georgian property nestled in the country the rooms have been designed with modernity in mind. It should come of no kind of shock that Colton House has won awards for its B&B service.
Another B&B you might try if want to enjoy getting away from it all is Dove Meadow. It is described as a place of tranquility and, for your comfort, with some of the rooms are described as en-suite.
For those who require a bed and breakfast deep in the countryside Highfield Farm could be worth a look. Its great selling point is unlike most B&Bs is that the guests can use the kitchen. Many people look to bed and breakfast as just somewhere to spend a night or two, but if you have a kitchen, why not spend longer and eat out? There’s no reason why bed and breakfast should be the humdrum relation to the hotel.
If you are someone who enjoys a spa retreat, one of the highest rated is Mottershall Oaks. Found slightly south of the A50 this spa markets itself as high end, featuring as it does not only hot tubs but also an extensive fitness centre. But as said above quite a number of hotels have spas to enjoy and it’s probably worth researching a bit more to find the best.
Many properties within the county are dog friendly as well or offer conference facilities when going on a business trip. Enjoy your stay in Staffordshire !