Cheap Hotels in Burton Upon Trent
Near National Brewery Centre
Near National Brewery Centre
With a bar and restaurant, Riverside Hotel sits in the Staffordshire village of Branston on the banks of the River Trent. It has its own private island, coarse fishing rights and moorings, with views of surrounding countryside. Originally a farmhouse, Riverside Hotel has comfortable lodge-style en suite bedrooms. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi throughout the building. The Garden Room Restaurant and Riverside Terrace both offer seasonal modern and traditional British dishes. To drink, there are real ales, wines and speciality teas/coffees. The Riverside Hotel is the perfect place from which to explore the historic brewing town, ancient buildings, magnificent gardens and natural beauty of the area. It provides easy access to Derby via the A38 and Uttoxeter via the A50.
Holiday Inn Express BURTON UPON TRENT Hotel
A welcoming Burton upon Trent hotel having just undergone a £2m refurbishment with excellent transport links, free Wi-Fi and breakfast includedHoliday Inn Express® Burton upon Trent hotel is 5 minutes from the town centre.The hotel is within easy reach of the A38, linking you to Birmingham and Derby. Burton-on-Trent railway station is also close. Take a canal side stroll at the nearby Barton Marina, where the kids will delight in feeding the ducks. Football at St. George's Park and golf or a spa day at the Branston Golf & Country Club are just a short drive away. Kids love the rides at nearby Drayton Manor Theme Park and Alton Towers, farther afield. The hotel's 3 airy, smartly outfitted meeting rooms can hold up to 65 guests, and buffet-style lunches are available on request. Centrum 100, Burton Gateway, Dove Valley Park and Barton business parks are all close at hand.At this hotel you can enjoy:- Free Wi-Fi- Express Start™ Breakfast included in the room rate- Secure on-site parkingSpacious rooms have blackout curtains for a good night's sleep and bedside USBs to charge your devices. Wake up to a buffet breakfast, including hot selections. Later, relax over a light meal or snack in the dining lounge. At day's end, you can sip a refreshing drink at the bar or out on the patio, or order whenever you're hungry from the All Day Dining menu.
The Boot Inn Hotel
Hotels in Burton Upon Trent
The town of Burton-upon-Trent lies within the county of Staffordshire on the eastern bank of the River Trent. Once a major centre for brewing in the UK, today visitors are attracted by its excellent shopping, exciting attractions and beautiful countryside.
Arts and culture
Head to Union Street and The Brewhouse Arts Centre to find Burton-upon-Trent's hub for art and culture. Housing a cinema, galleries and a theatre space, the building is home to everything from dance and drama to visual art workshops. Drop by the café bar for a drink and a bite to eat.
At The National Brewery Centre on Horninglow Street you can discover all about the huge role Burton-upon-Trent played in the UK's brewing industry during the 19th century. Claymills Victorian Pumping Station, a restored Victorian sewage pumping station, is another great option for history lovers.
Out and about
Explore the beautiful landscape that surrounds Burton-upon-Trent with a visit to Stapenhill Gardens. You'll find year-round displays of flowers, as well as a children's play area.
Alternatively, head for Branston Water Park, a now disused gravel pit that has become home to a lake, woodland, meadow and a wetland area that support a huge variety of wildlife.
The National Forest Adventure Farm is another great option for a family day out. Youngsters will enjoy petting and feeding the centre's animals, as well as playing on the indoor and outdoor rides and attractions.
Independent boutiques sit alongside well-known national retailers in Burton-upon-Trent's pedestrianised shopping zone. Take time to wander through the streets or find everything you need in one place at one of the town's major retail sites. Middleway Retail Park, Burton Place, Coopers Square and the Octagon Shopping Centre all have a great selection of shops.
Eating and drinking
When it comes to eating out you'll have no trouble finding something to suit your taste and budget, thanks to the vast array of Burton-upon-Trent hotels and restaurants. French-influenced, modern English cuisine is available at Pascal at the Old Vicarage, a renowned fine dining establishment near Burton.
There's a great variety of traditional pubs in the surrounding area – little surprise considering the town's historical links with the brewing trade. The Bell Inn, The Red Lion and The Cock Inn are three great options to consider.
Excellent authentic Thai food is available at Favourite Thai and Thai's Taste, while Helen's Bake House and Tearoom is a great option if you're looking for a light lunch or afternoon tea.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Burton Upon Trent
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Burton Upon Trent?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Burton Upon Trent are Riverside Hotel by Greene King Inns, Three Queens Hotel and Hilton at St George's Park, Burton Upon Trent.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Burton Upon Trent?The lowest price for a double room in Burton Upon Trent is £49.
What are the best hotels in Burton Upon Trent near the center?If you want to stay near the center of Burton Upon Trent, you can consider staying at Three Queens Hotel, Riverside Hotel by Greene King Inns and Hilton at St George's Park, Burton Upon Trent.
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