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Cheap Hotels in Stone

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38 High Street
0.4 Miles from the centre
per night from £46
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Days Inn By Wyndham Stafford Hotel

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Roadchef Motorway Svc Area
2.5 Miles from the centre
per night from £45
(price for Thu, 01 Dec)

Stone House Hotel

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Stafford Road
1.4 Miles from the centre
per night from £62
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Yarnfield Park Training Centre Hotel

Yarnfield Yarnfield

Near a train station

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per night from £124
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Hotels in Stone

A rapidly expanding Staffordshire community, Stone has been an inhabited area since at least the Bronze Age and was traditionally famed for its successful brewing industry. This photogenic market town is linked to the historic Trent & Mersey Canal, and contains many pleasant independent boutiques on its well-preserved high street.

Lymestone Brewery

Perhaps the leading attraction in Stone, the Lymestone Brewery is a fascinating micro brewery that was built by Montgomery and Company in the late 19th century. However, brewing has taken place in the town for nearly a millennium, and the current building was greatly enlarged in the 20th century. You can arrange a special two-hour tour of the venue, where you'll be free to sample some fantastic beers and learn more about the history of Stone's brewing industry.

Stafford Castle

Near the outskirts of the early-medieval settlement of Stafford, Stafford Castle was originally a wooden castle in the Norman period and was rebuilt and restored on multiple occasions until the 19th century. The site is now noted for its impressive Gothic Revival Keep, and still retains much of its medieval foundation, having been protected as a Grade II Listed building.


Visit the Gladstone Pottery Museum and the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, both of which showcase the proud legacy of Stoke-on-Trent as a leading pottery centre in the Industrial Revolution. On the outskirts of this city, you can also visit the acclaimed Trentham Gardens, which were designed in the decorative Italianate style and were once overlooked by the grand Trentham Hall.

Where to eat out in Stone

You can enjoy some very tasty pizzas and local-themed dishes at The Wayfarer, or head to The Spotgate Inn for other mouthwatering English dishes. For other delightful local and French-inspired meals, visit Cullens Restaurant, or choose the Granvilles restaurant for yet more delectable international dishes.

Accommodation – recommendations

Affordable Stone hotels include the stylish Stone House Hotel, the conveniently located Yarnfield Park Training and Conference Centre, and the friendly Travelodge Stafford M6 hotel. Other reputed accommodation venues you might want to consider include charismatic Moddershall Oaks, the hospitable Highfields Farm Bed and Breakfast, and the budget-friendly and elegant Mill Hotel.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Stone

What are the best hotels to stay in Stone?

According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Stone are Crown Hotel Stone and Yarnfield Park Training Centre.

What is the lowest price for a double room in Stone?

The lowest price for a double room in Stone is £46.

If I want to stay in the center of Stone, which hotels shall I consider?

Crown Hotel Stone and Yarnfield Park Training Centre are located in the central neighborhood of Stone.

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