Pros: Convenient having restaurant nearby and having refrigerator drinks and food located at reception
Cons: Bottled water could have been a bit cheaper
Pros: Chinese Restaurant located 2 mins walk from hotel. Good food, value for money, quick service. Recommended.
Cons: Room size was OK - would have liked a little larger but minor issue.
Pros: Excellent breakfast
Cons: Off site restart dirty
Pros: Quietness of the room. No noise from other residents
Cons: Breakfast orange juice was watery and lacked flavour.
Pros: Was in an excellent location. The staff were so nice and one lady printed out directions where I wanted to go. Had ice machine and microwave on floors
Pros: Comfortable Great choice for breakfast
Cons: Could hear the motorway a little bit with the windows open, no A.C.
Pros: This is the nicest Travel lodge that we have stayed in. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The entrance and bar area was lovely and clean. It was a very hot day and it was so nice to walk into ...
Cons: Nothing to think of.
Pros: We had to use the sofa bed and there was then little room to manoeuvre then on a night . As the sofa bed and bed were close together. It mad it very awkward to get around and the lamp was straight in ...
Cons: The Pub that was onsite looked a little dated, the food was nice but they said there was a 45 minute wait when we arrived but it didn't seem that full.
Pros: Clean and comfortable with friendly staff
Cons: Maybe a couple more teabags and milk in the room that is all
Pros: Excellent facility, very good breackfast. Car park was close to entrance. Very good Chineese restraint close by.
Cons: Our bedroom window was open overnight, someone's car siren was going off for nearly 30 minutes, my husband phoned reception and they sorted it out quite quickly.
A modern hotel only 10 minutes from Stafford town centre with free parking free Wi-Fi and breakfast included Holiday Inn Express® Stafford M6 Jct.13 hotel is located just off Junction 13 of the M6 motorway and also off the A449 (Wolverhampton Road). Stafford Railway Station is a little over three miles away and it's 35 minutes by taxi from Birmingham Airport (BHX). Local buses 75 and 76 run between the railway station and the hotel. It's just over 10 minutes' drive to Stafford Castle and Alton Towers one of the UK's largest theme parks is 22 miles away. Small pets are welcome at the hotel which is ideal for guests attending dog shows at the County Show Ground in Stafford just a 13-minute drive from the hotel. You can go bike riding or take a stroll through the woodlands at Cannock Chase just 16 minutes away by car. Visiting Stafford on business? Three naturally lit air-conditioned meeting rooms can accommodate up to 35 people. With free Wi-Fi and stationery plus a lunchtime buffet option your meeting is sure to run smoothly. All guests enjoy free Wi-Fi and parking plus an inclusive Express Start Breakfast buffet with scrambled eggs beans sausages and continental items. Grab a drink in the hotel bar and lounge which is open until late. If you're feeling hungry pizzas are served around the clock in the Great Room.
Pros: Beautiful grounds, floral arrangements in hanging baskets, ducks by the canal. The huge twin room and bathroom we had. Lovely bar meals. Helpful and friendly staff.
Pros: Good sized, well appointed, comfortable room and bathroom with good linens. Windows could be opened.
Cons: No bar of soap in the bathroom. They make a point of the 'cooked' element of breakfast (rather than buffet) but my fried eggs had been sitting around under heat lights for some time and the...
Pros: Really sorry did not have breakfast as was not well but my friend had the full English and it looked amazing All food was hot and we'll presented staff where attentive and could not of done more
Cons: There was a dirty cotton bub on the bathroom floor under the sink if I had of been staying for a longer time would of gone down to reception and asked for a cleaner room not a good sign But very busy...
Pros: Excellent food and room . the grounds are stunning with lake side seating and countryside views.
Pros: Breakfast and room service was good too
Cons: No air con in the room. No fridge.
Pros: Breakfasts very good. Room very clean and comfortable.
Cons: People everywhere! Lots of conferences, weddings but to be fair it wasn't a problem.
Cons: Bed was too soft and spongy Breakfast staffing was appalling. No orange juice, cups and saucers and napkins missing from the table. All had to be asked for.
Pros: Lovely location alongside a canal. Great service and great food. Comfortable bed.
Cons: The only criticism was the Wi-Fi. There were two choices and they kept cutting out so I kept having to swap from one to the other. Otherwise lovely.
Pros: Nice hotel in lovely surroundings.
Cons: The Orangery restaurant was very cold and I asked if the air conditioning could be turned down (which was agreed ) but it was still cold, while the room itself was extremely hot.
Pros: Lovely setting just on the outskirts of Stafford. The grounds are ideal for wedding photographs.
Cons: We were here for a wedding and one of the guests discovered that it was cheaper to buy the same drink in the adjacent public bar than it was to buy in the bar reserved for wedding guests.
Enjoy your visit to Acton Trussell with a stay at The Moat House. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Orangery Restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Other highlights at this upscale hotel include a bar/lounge, and rooms offer living rooms and 24-hour room service.
Pros: Staff were friendly and room was a good size
Cons: Felt it was overpriced for the food in the restaurant which was average. The shower in the en suite was under powered. Felt it was more a restaurant/conference centre with rooms than a hotel.
Pros: Lovely room bed ect
Cons: No hot water in the room no heating room was cold shower didn't work right went from scolding hot to freezing cold
Pros: Lovely place and iv being befor for nice drink so knew whot to expect..the rooms are of the highest quality..the staff extremely helpfull..i requested upgrade for family room..it was no trouble at all...
Cons: Excellant..all round quality.accomindation.
Pros: staff very friendly
Cons: ... room was freezing cold - no one had checked it prior to arrival! We went down for dinner having been told the central heating needed resetting! When we returned the room was still freezing cold - ...
Pros: Great Building and staff, Room was huge and breakfast even bigger!!!
Cons: The stairs were hard work, but it wouldn't stop us from staying again.
Pros: Great looking place inside and out. Bar was cool, a lot of groups in for dinner on a wet Wed was good.
Cons: Shower was broken running hot and cold all the time. You cant start calling to get it fixed once you're in it! Menu a little unadventurous. Ox cheek was greaty burger a bit dry and boring. ...
Pros: Overnight stay for our anniversary, hotel was stunning, spotlessly clean, comfy bed, food was delicious & very reasonably priced, staff was friendly. Definitely will be staying again ... Thank ...
Cons: The stairs... after a few glasses of wine
Pros: Beautiful building, faultless staff.
Cons: Plumbing noisy and food in restaurant (risotto) could have been better.
Weston Hall originated in 1550 when it was built as a small dower house. In early 2012, the Petrouis family took on Weston Hall with a view to making major refurbishments over a 6-month period. After restoring the building to its former glory, Weston Hall re - opened on 16th November 2012. The Hall now incorporates The Cellar - an informal dining venue and an event venue with luxury accommodation. Our new casual dining area, The Cellar provides the perfect excuse to visit this beautiful building on a regular basis! The Cellar will specialise in serving classic English dishes made from locally sourced produce. Expect to see a selection of steaks, homemade pies and other favourites on the menu. The Cellar Bar & Lounge will also serve tasty cakes and sandwiches throughout the day and cocktails, pre-dinner drinks and bar snacks in the evening. By day, The Cellar Bar & Lounge will serve delicious afternoon teas. Enjoy a selection of delicate sandwiches, warm scones with clotted cream and preserves along with an assortment of homemade cakes, all presented on a traditional tiered platter. Alternatively you ll have the option to upgrade to a celebration afternoon tea which includes a flute of champagne, why not All eight bedrooms, including our honeymoon suite are located on the top floor of Weston Hall allowing for views far over the Staffordshire countryside. These bedrooms will be available for use 7 nights a week providing the ideal place to escape, unwind and enjoy the views far across the Staffordshire countryside. At Weston Hall every bedroom is individually designed and furnished, comfortable robes and luxury White Company toiletries are all included to be in keeping with the high standards you would expect from this magnificent venue. Please note: Only continental breakfast is included in the room rate.
Pros: Location is great - easy access to Stafford, Stoke, Uttoxeter, etc. Parking plentiful. Check in staff and restaurant staff are brilliant Steak night (Thursday) well worth it. FANTASTIC breakfasts
Cons: Beds - boy was ours hard! Same for the pillows A question I often ask is why do bathrooms in hotels not have a shelf or anywhere to put wasbags?
Pros: The breakfast
Pros: I was visiting nearby. This was recommend to me and what a lovely place. From What I can guess, this was a local pub, ( still is ) that has expanded to be a fabulous Inn and Hotel, the Breakfast was ...
Pros: The room was spotless, the staff extremely friendly and helpful and the restaurant was excellent!
Pros: Everything from the welcome , meals, service and checkout was all very easy and enjoyable
Pros: Repeating visitor. Great atmosphere and always busy with very competent and pleasant staff
Cons: Always difficult to book a table as it's such a busy place
Pros: Great staff. Comfortable room. Individual cooked breakfast with quality ingredients
Pros: Superb breakfast.
Cons: Evening meal in bar not as good as previously and service not as quick.
Pros: good breakfast and lovely staff
Cons: for a £100 per room I felt it was over priced.. bathroom was dated and shower mouldy. the bed was soooo hard so were the pillows
The Dog and Doublet Inn is a great choice for a stay in Stafford. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. There's also a garden, and rooms offer 24-hour room service and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: The building is lovely and very atmospheric with well appointed rooms. The garden/external areas are lovely and you've got a really good choice of where and what to it - I can recommend the ...
Cons: Unfortunately my room (101) was above the plant for the air conditioning (or kitchens?) downstairs which made a constant noise. As it was very hot I needed the window open but then couldn't sleep ...
Pros: Breakfast is good, fresh cooked, although supposed to be table service ...you still have to get your own toast, juice some of the staff on the day looked like they rather not be there but in all a ...
Cons: Be careful if you are a smoker, they try pin £50.00 on you which is non enforceable even if you leave a empty fag packet in room they seem to think you been smoking. receptionist needs to get a ...
Pros: The character of the building maintained while providing all modern conveniences. Bar and brasserie lively and atmospheric. The dinner wait staff in the restaurant were exceptional. Great ...
Cons: The reception staff were less than welcoming and this seemed to extend to the cleaning and breakfast staff.
Pros: Lovely large room, as requested, with nice view. Very comfortable bed and bedding just right for warmth. Room had been recently refurbished to a very high standard, and the décor was pretty cool.
Cons: Bar service could have been a little more attentive. On occasion no one was checking if anyone was waiting at the second bar - both bar staff were chatting on the other side. Just putting a bell to ...
Pros: Friendly and very helpful staff. Easy access to shops Busy popular establishment
Pros: The room was extremely clean and comfortable. It would have been nice to have a comfy armchair as well but apart from that it was perfect. I've stayed at The Swan a number of times and always ...
Pros: Staff were SUPER friendly and flexible. Food is delicious.
Cons: Couldn't get wifi in my room
Pros: Well organised to support athletes for early breakfast for IM Staffs
Cons: V noisy and busy public areas Possibly due to good weather and ? Wedding
Pros: Warm welcome and great value for money
Pros: Great location, right in the middle of town center, old building (now used as musuem) just next door. Lots of small shops and a shopping mall next to hotel. Also old churches nearby. Really enjoyed the morning stroll in this area.
Located near a train station, The Swan Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Stafford. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out The Swan Brasserie, which serves British cuisine. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer 24-hour room service and free WiFi.
Situated in Stafford, this bed & breakfast is within 6 mi (10 km) of The Chase Golf Club, St Chad's Church, and Stafford Gatehouse Theatre. Stafford Castle and Ancient High House are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Pros: Spacious and comfortable rooms combined with great decor. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly. Small bottles of fresh milk for the bedrooms was a nice touch.
Cons: The macerator/saniflow system in the bathroom was a little loud.
Pros: Only stayed one night but would definitely return if in that area again.
Cons: Shower took considerable running time to draw hot water through.
Pros: Breakfast choice was superb and pet friendly, no charge for dogs
Cons: Because the room was hot, we had the window open and the road noise was constant.
Pros: Easy parking on site. Large comfortable room. Nothing too much trouble for the friendly staff. Liked having an optional light quilt, fresh milk in room, and history books re pub and surrounding area...
Pros: Convenient to the wedding venue we attended.large rooms.easy access.
Cons: Not enough plugs in the room .mirror at one end plugs at other end of the room.not good when your trying to get ready for a wedding.
Pros: Convenient stop on my way North. Easy to find and plenty of parking. Room was fine. It was a very hot day and the lady who checked me in specially brought a large fan to cool the room down. I had a ...
Cons: Can't think of anything bad, would certainly stay here again.
Pros: Stayed here at the end of January and really enjoyed it BUT WOW they have really made this lovely pub something special. Its the little touches that makes you smile throughout your stay. Bottle of ...
Cons: That I cant stay here more often!
Pros: Fresh milk left outside the door in the morning, bacon and pancakes were perfect !
Pros: Friendly.well run great selection of beers.lovely female staff-very helpful.Hotel is close to everything in this lovely village.
The Littleton Arms is in Stafford (Penkridge) and area attractions include Cannock Park Golf Club, Cannock Shopping Centre, and Museum of Cannock Chase. Additional area attractions include Chillington Hall and Moseley Old Hall.
This Stafford inn offers a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Guests are served a complimentary breakfast. Wireless Internet access is complimentary in public areas. Additional amenities at this Victorian inn include coffee/tea in the lobby, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and a television in the lobby. Self parking is complimentary. This is a smoke-free property.
The 10 guestrooms at The Littleton Arms include coffee/tea makers and complimentary bottled water. Guests can use the in-room complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access. Televisions are equipped with digital channels.
Pros: Very pleasure place with a great view of countryside. Plenty of outdoor space for the children to run around. Great location for Alton Towers trip and it's only few mintues drive to town centre.
Pros: Private garden. Lovely location very quiet. Big spacious room
Cons: Needed to book ahead for breakfast but didn't say on booking so had to find somewhere for breakfast which was a shame
Pros: Very sweet accomodation,excellent service without interfering. Nice little town nearby.
Cons: Nothing. it was exactly what we expected.
Pros: good breakfast and good surrounding
Cons: The bed too small
Pros: Brekafast was fantastic
Cons: The gentleman who greeted us wasnt very 'customer' friendly. Room was dated - it could do with a deep clean, spruce up, i appreciate its a lovely old building but our room smelt of damp. ...
Pros: Stayed in the gypsy caravan- fantastic location complete with a small holding containing horses and ducks which the kids loved. Staff were very pleasant, accommodation was spotlessly clean. Heater had...
Cons: No complaints at all.
Pros: Had an extremely homely feel and the service could not have been better. Already booking up to go again, the website does not do it justice and it is only a 5 minute drive from alton towers. The ...
Cons: Nothing at all
Pros: Can't think of nothing
Cons: Every single room was fly infested , wasn't offered a refund or an apology or even a discount, wasn't even offered a can of fly spray!
Pros: Loved the family room, and the ability to have breakfast served in the room.
Pros: It was warm cosy & a great place to stay we go to Alton towers about 20 times a season so we will definitely be staying again breakfast was fantastic aswell 10/10 from us & thank you.
Located only 4.2 km from Alton Towers, Alton Brook House is a large period country house which features picturesque countryside views. Situated in 6 acres of private gardens and grounds, it also offers free Wi-Fi and free private parking. Guests can relax in the extensive gardens, which are visited by a huge variety of wildlife including woodpeckers, pheasants, and rabbits. Scenic garden views are provided in each room at Alton Brook House, as well as free Wi-Fi, a TV/DVD player and a private bath/shower room. Breakfast is served each day in the spacious and bright breakfast room for £6.00 per person per day, with French doors opening onto the garden. Guests can enjoy barbecues on the terrace overlooking the garden. Scenic walking, cycling and horse riding trails are all located within the immediate countryside area. Free parking is available and the Peak District is a 20-minute drive away. Alton Brook House is only 3.6 miles from Uttoxeter train station. Pet is allowed for £10.00 per pet per night.
Pros: Had a great nights sleep, beds very comfy and food in the restaurant was excellent.
Pros: Overall quite a relaxed experience but seemed to be under staffed in certain areas
Cons: Expensive breakfast compared to other similar hotels we stayed in that week
Pros: Pet friendly hotel and very helpful staff. Proximity to M6 but without intruding on peace and quiet
Cons: Exterior of the hotel is looking a little tired
Pros: Close to Cannock Chase where we saw a forest concert and the potteries are so close by so there was a chance to get some crockery we needed. Brilliant weekend here. Thankyou
Pros: Ideal for short stay.
Cons: On an overnight stay there were no dislikes.
Pros: Bed comfortable, breakfast ample, easy access to M6.
Cons: Carpets in various places need refurbishing.
Pros: The Staff were very friendly and the cooked breakfast buffet was good. The blue cheese sauce with the steak made it worth the cost. Parking was plentiful and the setting was pleasant overall, access ...
Cons: Overall the hotel could use some TLC. It is obviously busy but it's furnishings and decor are looking dated and in need of repair compared to other hotels I've recently stayed in. I was glad ...
Pros: nice clean bed clean bathroom shows attention to detail
Cons: didnt know breakfast wasnt included ,had fish chips in room nothing special but ok , need to check condiments only one sachet of salt ,and old used sachets in pot , also television just could not work...
Pros: Evening meal in restaurant was mediocre. would dine out next time.
Cons: 'roast beef' meat was most likely frozen packet!
Pros: Staff were very good. Was very dog friendly. Food was good.
The Best Western Stafford M6/J14 Tillington Hall Hotel in Stafford offers a serene backdrop for any stay in the Heart of England. In a leafy setting that offers peace and quiet for romantic getaways, weddings or business breaks. The hotel is as conveniently placed as it is pretty, within easy reach of Birmingham and Manchester International Airports and close but not too close to Junction 14 of the M6. With a choice of 91 recently refurbished bedrooms, flexible conference & events facilities to suit all requirements as well as a lounge, bar and restaurant to take care of your taste buds. You'll have everything you need during your stay or stop-over.
Pros: Very quaint historic inn. Staff was friendly. Breakfast was good.
Cons: There was no A/C. It just happened to be in the upper 80s while we were there. Lots of stairs.
Pros: A good welcome to a very pleasant bar meal and overnight stay. Excellent value-for-money.
Cons: Breakfast could have been a better selection - fruit juices/ cereals/ fresh fruit.
Pros: The shower was excellent. The staff kindly found a fan for me on arrival. The hotel is beautifully central, and is a characterful old building.
Cons: The staff were well-meaning. However, there was a general lack of enthusiasm and imagination. The brown toast at breakfast was tasty, but the orange juice tasted cheap and from concentrate. If they ...
Pros: Friendly staff. Large clean nicely decorated bedroom; large comfy bed. Secure parking.
Cons: Shower room clean but dated
Pros: General ambience
Cons: There were two items I asked for on the menu which were not available at the time
Pros: Goood location, nice staff, comfortable , good breakfast
Cons: Overpriced for what it was. More attention to detail throughout would have raised the score. Bedroom was OK but had not seen a hoover for some time. Second floor room was like an oven with poor ...
The Vine Hotel carries the accolade of being the oldest pub in Stafford. Located in the centre of the town, tucked down one of the many narrow side streets, the Vine offers a wealth of olde worlde character to its guests. It is within walking distance of all the main attractions including the GatehouseTheatre, the Ancient High House and the Shire Hall Gallery. Our 27 rooms were refurbished in Spring 2008 to a high standard and have luxurious bedding, flatscreen digital TVs and free WiFi throughout. Our pub has a traditional feel, with cosy corners, food served all day and a fantastic range of drinks from the bar. We pride ourselves on our friendly service and you are assured of a great stay whether for business or pleasure.
From Junction 13 of the M6, join the A449 following signs for Stafford. Continue for approximately 3 miles until you reach the one way system. Take the A34/Wolverhampton Road and follow round to the right at Queensway. Turn left onto Litchfield Road. From Junction 14 of the M6, join the A5013/Eccleshall Road following signs for Stafford. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto A34/Greyfriars and continue on the A34 through two roundabouts. Turn Left onto Litchfield Road.
Travelling North bound pass junction 14 and exit at the Moto Services sign following the arrows to the services, the Travelodge is next door to the services - Travelling South Bound - exit at junction 14 and rejoin the motorway heading north exit at the Moto Services sign following the arrows to the Services, the Travelodge is next door to the Services Access is also available from the A34 by following the A34 heading towards Stone then the B5026 heading towards Eccleshall, on your left hand side you will see a Cold Norton sign take the first turning on your left through the no entry sign.
Situated in Stafford, this bed & breakfast is within 6 mi (10 km) of Oakedge Shooting Ground, Stafford Castle, and Ancient High House. St Chad's Church and Stafford Gatehouse Theatre are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Cons: Bed was hard Shower didn't work Decor was tired
Pros: Excellent breakfast and evening meal, very attentive staff
Cons: Dusty bedroom, no plug in washhand basin, mould around bath taps and shower screen Cold tap running hot, hot water boiling hot shower impossible to use.Minimum toiletries and milk provided. Bathroom...
Pros: Breakfast service was good.
Cons: No swimming pool although it was advertised, when we asked for a cot we was treated like we was trying to get one over on the staff. Our room was very dirty in places the bath looked like it hadn'...
Pros: Most of the staff were very friendly and helpful but obviously stretched too thinly and working in difficult circumstances.
Cons: The swimming pool was closed, the sauna was not working, a member of staff was left in charge of the health club who didn't know how to switch on the sauna, the bathroom was in a poor state of ...
Cons: Window had not been cleaned for years by the look of it or had a coat of paint in decades - so disgusting to look at i had to close the curtains on a sunny evening. The bathroom light took over 20 ...
Pros: The location
Cons: Filthy rundown hotel
Pros: good breakfast
Cons: looks very rundown outside could b much better without too much expense
Pros: Rooms were well equipped and comfortable. Bar staff were great
Cons: With the hotel being quite remote we found taxi companies either weren't prepared to come out or charged a hefty surcharge for doing so. Not the hotel's fault but something to be mindful of
Cons: The initial receptionist was rude and unwelcoming. Also we arrived 1350 and were told we had to wait till 1400 - 10 mins - really?! It reminded me of the film meet the parents or meet the fockers ...
Pros: Set in an old stately home that has sadly gone to seed. Rooms look okay on arrival but need a thorough clean, including the bathroom. Bed comfy, clean sheets and good pillows but very thin duvet (...
Cons: Bathroom floor and particularly around the edges of the room need a damn good clean and scrub. Slightly noisy with people slamming bedroom doors and talking loudly but I slept very well. Tempted to ...
3 star hotel close to J12 and 13 of the M6 motorway. Located in the market town of Penkridge. Short walk to Penkridge Rail station which offers links to Wolverhampton and Birmingham New Street. 36 miles from Alton Towers, 28 miles to Cadbury World, 23 miles to Drayton Manor and just 8 miles from Weston Park. Free WiFi throughout, free parking and complimentary use of health and leisure facilities. On site bar, restaurant and lounge. All rooms offer flat screen TV's with Freeview Channels.