Cheap Hotels in Stafford
Pet-friendly Stafford hotel near the M6 with free parking and Wi-Fi. Holiday Inn Express Stafford is a 40-minute drive from Birmingham Airport (BHX) via the M6 motorway, two minutes' drive away. It's a 15-minute drive to Stafford town centre, where you can catch direct trains to London and Birmingham from Stafford Train Station. Explore the National Trust's Shugborough Estate with its Georgian mansion house and walled gardens or bring your canine friend and enjoy a woodland walk in Cannock Chase. Admire the 900-year-old ruins of Stafford Castle, a 13-minute drive away or catch events like Staffordshire County Show at the nearby Stafford Showground. Trentham Monkey Forest has fun for the family, with over 140 monkeys swinging off trees, and Water World aqua park has thrilling water slides, a lazy river and an assault course for an action-packed day out. Wind down in your room, complete with black-out curtains, flat-screen TVs and an en suite with power shower. Tuck into nachos, chicken wings and pizzas from the evening snack menu or quench your thirst with a cold beer or glass of wine from the licenced bar. When you wake up, you'll find a breakfast buffet of hot bacon baps and coffee included to start your day.
Near Ancient High House
Located in Stafford, Wyndale Guesthouse is minutes from Stafford Gatehouse Theatre and St Chad's Church. This guesthouse is within close proximity of Stafford Castle and Ancient High House.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 8 guestrooms featuring DVD players. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Partially open bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, and both irons/ironing boards and cribs/infant beds are available on request.Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.Dining A complimentary full breakfast is included.
With a beautiful rural location in the village of Penkridge, Stafford South Hatherton Hotel is close to village shops, pubs, restaurants and the train station. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. Each bedroom offers a TV, tea/coffee making facilities and an en-suite bathroom. Some interconnecting family rooms are available. Stafford South Hatherton Hotel has a restaurant which is open for lunch featuring a section of home-cooked dishes. Access to the leisure club is included allowing guests the use of the gym, squash court and sauna. Stafford South Hatherton Hotel is just a few minutes' drive from the M6 motorway and just 6 miles from Stafford Castle. Alton Towers is 29 miles away and Uttoxeter Racecourse is 35 minutes away by car. Penkridge Railway Station is a 5-minute walk away.
Vine, Stafford by Marston's Inns Hotel
Near Ancient High House
Premier Inn Stafford North (Spitfire) Hotel
Ideally located within easy reach of the M6. Local attractions include Alton Towers Theme Park, Shugbough Hall, Trentham Gardens and Monkey Forest. For shops and local amenities Stafford town centre is only 2 miles away. Our Stafford North (Spitfire) Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room and an onsite Brewers Fayre restaurant serving great value pub favourites, with the added benefit of a Fun Factory play,area for children.
Premier Inn Stafford North (Hurricane) Hotel
Ideally located within easy reach of the M6 and A34. Local attractions include Trentham Gardens, Monkey Forest and,local amenities Stafford Town Centre is only 2 miles away. Our Stafford North (Hurricane) Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room and an onsite restaurant.
Common Farm Motel Hotel
The Littleton Arms Hotel
This lovely hotel is situated in Stafford. Guests will enjoy a peaceful and calm stay on the premises, as it counts with a total of 10rooms. This hotel does not accept pets.
The Moat House Hotel
Hotels in Stafford
Stafford is the historic county town of Staffordshire in the West Midlands of England, some 24 miles north-west of Birmingham. It is thought that Stafford was founded in about 700AD by a Mercian Prince named Bertelin.
The town has a richness of historical landmarks. Perhaps the most prominent is Stafford Castle, two miles west of Stafford and an important Gothic Revival Keep. The building you can visit today sits on the foundations of its medieval predecessor and indeed uses much of the original stonework. The very first structure here was a classic wooden motte and bailey style development, dating from the Norman period, and some of the fort's defences can still be seen. This timber and earth fortification was replaced by a stone-built castle in the 14th century, which was in turn demolished during the English Civil War by victorious Parliamentarians after a ferocious siege. The castle was left in ruins until rising again from 1813 in the grand Gothic Revival Style, although work was never fully completed due to lack of funds.
The keep was occupied until well into the 20th century before once more falling into disrepair, until the 1970s when archaeological excavations began to reveal the layers of important history and habitation. In the 1980s a proper heritage trail was established with a dedicated museum and gift shop, so that today it a flourishing visitors attraction and summer venue for Shakespearian performances.
From Stafford hotels you can enjoy the Elizabethan Ancient High House, which is the largest timber-framed town house in England and an excellent museum. The oldest building of all in the town is St Chad's Church, dating back to the 12th century. This is a richly decorated church with some very fine carvings, which may have been made by stonemasons from the Middle East who came to England during the crusades. Like so many of Stafford's architectural highlights, it's well worth exploring.
Nearby you can enjoy the glorious Shugborough Estate. Set in 900 acres of peaceful parkland and riverside gardens, with an elegant mansion house at its heart, the whole estate is brought to life by costumed ‘living history' characters. Explore working Victorian Servants' Quarters, a Georgian farm, dairy and mill, plus a lovely restored walled garden.
Highlighting very different times, the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford houses one of the UK's largest aviation collections in two awesome wartime hangars and in the fascinating National Cold War Exhibition. Outstanding features of this excellent museum include the three V-Bombers, the Vulcan, Victor, and Valiant, and the world's oldest Spitfire. There's good food, snacks and drinks to be had both in the Refuel Restaurant and Checkpoint Charlie Café. Papers don't have to be shown to gain entry!
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Stafford
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Stafford?The best hotels to stay in Stafford are Best Western Stafford M6/J14 Tillington Hall Hotel, Holiday Inn Express STAFFORD and Wyndale Guesthouse.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Stafford?Holiday Inn Express STAFFORD in Stafford offers one night in a double room at the price of £38.
What are the best hotels in Stafford near the center?Wyndale Guesthouse, Best Western Stafford M6/J14 Tillington Hall Hotel and Holiday Inn Express STAFFORD are located in the central neighborhood of Stafford.
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