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Staffordshire and the surrounding areas have a great selection of quality Alton Towers accommodation.
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Accommodation near Alton Towers, Uttoxeter Racecourse & The Peak District
Staffordshire and the surrounding areas have a great selection of quality accommodation.
From rustic farm cottages, to comfortable bed and breakfasts, or even boutique hotels.
The Staffordshire Accommodation Guide is designed to help you find your perfect getaway.
Just select your preferred accommodation type and browse through the properties listed.
Bed and breakfast, guest house, camping or self catering – the choice is yours.
Whether it’s in the Alton Towers postcode area, The Peak District, a vibrant town, or in one of the dozens of smaller villages and farms, you’re sure to find something.
What’s On In Staffordshire
A county famous for its pottery industry, canals, rivers, theme parks, historic buildings and so much more.
There are so many things to do in Staffordshire, it’s difficult to list them all – and yet it’s almost unknown by those who’ve never been here.
Our aim is to provide you with a wide selection of high quality accommodation and holiday lettings.
Somewhere that will enhance your visit, enable you to stay longer at a reasonable price and add to the overall experience. Our Locations page shows you where the properties are and what’s around them.
Alton Towers Accommodation
Our theme parks are great. You could spend a week here just visiting them alone.
But if you’re not into spinning, whirling or screaming, just click right on past this bit to see more reasons why you’ll want to visit us!
Alton Towers Theme Park
Arguably, one of the world’s best theme parks. CBeebies Land has captured the imagination of a whole new group of younger visitors. Where else can they experience and interact with their favourite CBeebies characters?
Open in Spring is The Wicker Man. A brand new wooden roller coaster based on an old horror story. You climb on-board the Beornen’s works train passing further into their secretive world, splintering around a labyrinth of twisted track. The burning embers light the path as the train hurtles towards the six-storey high flaming effigy. Speeding towards the Wicker Man, he spectacularly ignites into flames as the train bursts through his chest three times.
Along with the usual favourites of Rita, Oblivion, Air and more, a day at Alton Towers is never enough. Why not stay overnight somewhere near and treat yourself to a cut-price return trip to visit the Water Park, or maybe just one more gut wrenching plunge on Oblivion!
In case you’re wondering, the Alton Towers Postcode is ST10 4DB.
As they tend to vary by season, here’s a handy link to the Alton Towers opening times.
Check out our Attractions page for dozens of other things to do in Staffordshire.
Great Days Out
Trentham Estate: Monkey Forest
The only place in the UK where you can walk amongst two large families of Barbary Macaques. Up to 140 of these enchanting creatures roam free, allowing you to experience them up close in a natural habitat. As you’re not allowed to feed them, their behaviour is completely different to the unruly, aggressive hooligans you may have seen on The Rock of Gibraltar!
A beautiful Italian garden and woodland walks set around a large lake. Great for kids too, with a play park and a maze.
Trentham is also home to the amazing FantasyWire Fairys, which are sculpted by a local artist living in Oakamoor, Staffordshire. The Fairy Trial is something visitors of all ages will enjoy.
Portmeirion, Emma Bridgewater, Moorcroft and Wedgewood, to name a few. These famous manufacturers are still making pottery in Stoke on Trent.
Enjoy a factory tour, decorate your own pottery, or grab a bargain in one of the factory shops. If you like your pottery – you’ll love Staffordshire!
Grab yourself a FREE Enjoy Staffordshire Card to take advantage of great discounts and offers from some of our top attractions and shops.
Get discounts, deals and exclusive benefits such as money off, two for one offers or ‘Kids go free’ at participating businesses in and around Staffordshire.
Visit our Attractions page to see more ideas for days out in Staffordshire.
The Peak District
Did you know a large percentage of the Peak District is in Staffordshire? Mile after mile of fabulous views, walks and adventure can be accessed from virtually anywhere in the county. We’re blessed with some of the most picturesque countryside and villages anywhere in the UK.
You couldn’t want a better area for cycling. If you’ve got your own bike there’s miles of quiet roads to enjoy or, if you’re into off-road cycling you’ll be spoilt for choice. The Peak District provides hundreds of acres to explore. Alternatively head to one of the many cycle hire centres around and enjoy the some great purpose made cycle routes.
In the glorious setting of the Trentham Gardens Estate, Tittesworth Water or local rivers you’re bound to find a canoeing discipline to suit you. Choose from recreational canoeing, water polo, racing marathon / sprint kayaking, outrigger and slalom
Staffordshire boasts a wide range of climbing locations. From scaling The Roaches, attempting rock and ice climbing near Ashbourne or abseiling at Windgather Rocks or Castle Naze. Of course, if the weather is against you there’s a great selection of indoor climbing walls to grab your attention instead
Many of the properties listed on the Staffordshire Accommodation guide allow you to walk straight into gorgeous countryside, right from their front door. Arm yourself with a good OS Map and you’re in the perfect position to enjoy some of the best of what The Moorlands has to offer. Check out our Attractions page for other great outdoor activities in Staffordshire.
If there was only one reason to visit – it’s the people. This area is home to some of the friendliest around.
If you’re walking to a local pub, or just enjoying an amble through one of our villages, you’re sure to be greeted by someone, in a way you’ll only get in The Potteries. And don’t worry about being called ‘Duck’ either, it’s actually a mark of respect and comes from the old English words, ducas or duc which denote leader or commander.
What better way to sample the delights of what we have to offer, than to stay a few days.
We hope to see you soon!
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