Our top 5 favourite hotels where you can rest your head in Staffordshire


Whether you are seeking the breath-taking scenery of the Peak District National Park, the captivating pottery history at The Emma Bridgewater Factory, or the adventures at Alton Towers, there is something for everyone in our wonderful county of Staffordshire.

Going away for a few days to de-stress is full of unwanted anxiety, especially if you have tons of other things to do before you doze off from your worldly responsibilities.

Visiting Staffordshire is the perfect getaway, as our county is an area of outstanding beauty, offering a wealth of activities for an enriched and wholesome lifestyle.

However, choosing where to stay can be a bit of a pain in the neck. Comparing dozens of different hotels and venues may leave you that miserable, that you would rather snuggle up in bed and pretend that the perfect getaway never existed.

Whether its picking a venue for your dream wedding or booking a show stopping birthday party, there are a ton of venues across Staffordshire for all occasions and prices.

But what makes Staffordshire’s accommodation so great?

Sarah Edwards, 27, is the owner of East View Holiday Accommodation, in Brown Edge.

She said: “There is a place for every traveller and for every budget here now. New chain hotels that appeal to business travellers, to rural holiday cottages for weddings, families and the Airbnb generation, that want an authentic home-from-home Staffordshire-living experience.”

Here at StaffsLive we like to make your life a little bit easier, so we have searched the good-old-web for some of our favourite Staffordshire hotels:

East View Holiday Accommodation, Brown Edge

East View Holiday Accommodation is just a short drive away from the Intu Potteries centre in Hanley. Because what is better than spending your well earned cash on a new pair of jeans or set of earrings?

This accommodation is also close to the lovely, old market town of Leek. Leek is sure to be a hit with everyone in the family, from the kids to the older generation. It has an array of shops, from New Look to WHSmith’s, a number of cafés where you can grab a bite to eat and a fantastic outdoor market every Wednesday.

The Globe Inn, Tamworth, £40 – £75

This great venue located in Tamworth, holds 18 en-suite hotel rooms, a fabulous bar and a very tempting restaurant all under one roof! What’s even better, is that every guest gets free Wifi at this Victorian hotel.

It is located near to Drayton Manor and the very famous SnowDome, so you can enjoy a fun-filled day, and then come back to The Globe Inn for a meal and a nap.

From three course meals, to accommodating business meetings, this venue will leave you grinning throughout your stay.

The Swan Hotel, Stafford, £75 – £140

If you are looking for a relaxing weekend away, Stafford’s award-winning The Swan Hotel is perfect. Holding 31 luxury rooms, bar and restaurant, this place is sure to become one of your favourite places to stay. The hotel boasts a stylish and romantic atmosphere, perfect for a couples getaway.

Located in Stafford town centre, it is in the ideal spot to visit Stafford’s high street shops, theatre, cinemas and night-life. The Swan Hotel is also ideal for wedding receptions, business meetings and short breaks.

Hilton at St George’s Park, Burton Upon Trent, £85 – £460 

Put your feet up and get pampered at the Hilton in St George’s Park. With a full-service spa, restaurant and indoor pool, what are you waiting for?

The spa can offer massages, facials and pedicures, and there is even a gym so you don’t miss out on your daily workout.

Located nearby is Alton Towers and The National Forest Adventure Farm, perfect attractions for all of the family.

The George Hotel, Lichfield, £60 – £120 

This family run Best Western hotel is in the heart of Lichfield. It boasts 45 en-suite bedrooms, which are furnished in a range of styles and colours.

The George Hotel has free Wifi, free parking, a mini gym and even meeting rooms. It also has a very impressive restaurant, offering a lunchtime carvery and full English breakfasts.

This venue really does have everything that you could possibly want under one roof, so don’t give this hotel a miss if you are ever in the area.

So that’s our top five favourite picks for hotels in Staffordshire, where we think that you will love. Get in touch with us on our Twitter page if you plan to visit any of our choices.

*All hotel prices listed are based on a one night stay. Prices may vary depending on date and room style. 


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