The Borough Arms Hotel and Restaurant is one of the oldest established hotels in the Newcastle-under-Lyme and Stoke-on-Trent areas, with history dating back to 1783. The hotel is very much of thestyle associated with a traditional English town centre coaching inn, yet has been sensitively and subtly refined to offer the comfort and modern standards demanded by today's visitors.
The George Hotel in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, has a wealth of history behind it. This well loved hotel is situated in Burslem, one of the six towns making up the city of Stoke-on-Trent knownaffectionately as "The Potteries". The George Hotel offers a warm welcome to business and leisure users and priding itself on the friendliness of the staff who aim to make your stay as comfortable and relaxed as possible.
Easily accessible from junction 16 of the M6 we're also only 200 yards from Crewe Railway Station meaning as well as a great place to stay we're extremely convenient especially if coming to Crewe fora Crewe Alexandra FC game or visiting Manchester Metropolitan University Crewe Campus. With a live music venue, club and 5 bars you can sure of a good time when you stay with us.
The Waverley is a 21 bedroomed family run hotel & restaurant, situated in the heart of South Cheshire. We are conveniently placed for Crewe railway station and Football Club which are just a 3 minutewalk away. The hotel is in a quiet location but just a stroll away from the many pubs and restaurants on the Nantwich Road & surrounding areas. Within walking distance of the town centre, where the Lyceum Theatre, the Limelight Club and other entertainments can be found.
The Crown Hotel Longton is a no frills cheap Stoke on Trent Hotel, just a short drive from Stoke City Football Clubs home ground of Brittania Stadium. Our budget hotel in Staffordshire is very popularwith visitors to Alton Towers which is just a 30 minute drive away and is located just off the A50 and minutes from the A500. Both the M1 and M6 are 10 minutes drive. This Victorian building still boasts many of its original feature.
Situated in the heart of the traditional market town of Market Drayton in Shropshire, with close links to Shrewsbury and Chester. The hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi, parking, plus popular bar andrestaurant. This Grade II listed building is an English Heritage site which was built in the 17th Century and arguably the most magnificent building in the area. With all the facilities on offer you can be safe in the knowledge that the team of professional staff will take care of your every need.
On the High Street in the market town of Sandbach, we now serve a small selection of food, but we are happy to let you bring your own. All that we ask is that you buy a drink to wash it down. There isan easy-going atmosphere and experience a big sports match with us, as we have SKY Sports and BT Sports, with seven plasma screens, so you won't miss an ounce of action!
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Andrew has a wealth of experience with over 30 years as both a chef and in Food and beverage management, specialising in pastry, being a member of the exclusive Royal Academy of Culinary Artsalongside such esteemed names such as Raymond Bland. National Ballet. Although Andrew and Mark have only been running the hotel for just over two months they have re-furbished the lounge bar, reception, conveniences and are now working on the guest rooms.
Whitchurch is one of the oldest continually inhabited settlements in the country. It has been a busy town since Roman times, when it was called Mediolanum. The town's High Street was built over theoriginal Roman road known as "Watling Street" that connected Chester to London. Emperors such as Hadrian and Constantine would certainly have passed through Whitchurch on their travels.