Our location makes us ideal accommodation for many local attractions. We are convenient for historic places of interest like Shugborough Hall, a National Trust property and ancestral home of Lord Lichfield. Lichfield itself is steeped in heritage, with its skyline dominated by the three spires of the magnificant Lichfield Cathedral. The city is rich in culture, with numerous festivals throughout the year (see www.lichfieldarts.org.uk and the Lichfield Garrick theatre for details).
Stafford, historic county town is about 14 miles away and the industrial heritage of "The Potteries" can be seen at the Wedgwood Museum at Barlaston or the Gladstone Pottery Museum in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent.
Also worth visiting are Sudbury Hall and the Museum of Childhood, Derbyshire Dales, Uttoxeter Races, as well as the major shopping centres of Birmingham and surrounding towns. The National Exhibition Centre (NEC) is also within easy reach.
For those wanting to explore the countryside, our location on the edge of Cannock Chase is ideal. Footpaths from our farmland link to the Heart of England Walkways.
Horse and pony trekking are also available in this area of outstanding natural beauty (see www.cannockchasehorsetrekking.com).
Golfers can play nearby at Seedy Mill, Beau Desert, and the National Golf Centre at The Belfry.
Other useful links include:
The Snowdome at Telford, Trentham Gardens with its shopping village and Monkey Forest, Go Ape - high wire fun in the treetops, Packington Moor Events - Weddings, Civil Partnerships, Birthday celebrations, Staffordshire County Showground, Blithfield Sailing Club, Abbots Bromley village website, Stafford Castle, Weston Park, Rugeley Power Station, Ultra Electronics, Garlands Shooting Ground
Travel back in time to experience life on a working estate - Shugborough
Gladstone Pottery Museum