We are the closest Bed and Breakfast establishment to the National Memorial Arboretum. We welcome Arboretum visitors, young and old from all over the world and pride ourselves on offering a caring and relaxed atmosphere. You can read about the National Memorial Arboretum by following the link.
The National Memorial Arboretum
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National Exhibition Centre - one of the UK's largest exhibition and conference venues, hosts an eclectic mix of exhibitions, from craft fairs to wedding fairs, and food shows to homebuilding shows.
Birmingham International Airport - flys to over 150 destinations direct all over the world.
East Midlands Airport - located just off the M1 and A42, EMA flys to over 75 airports.
Dr. Johnson's Birthplace - The birthplace and family home of Samuel Johnson, the author of the first dictionary of the English language.
Lichfield Heritage and Treasury Centre - contains a valuable collection of ecclesiastical silver from churches in the Diocese of Lichfield dating from the 14th to the 19th century.
Lichfield Cathedral - one of the oldest places of Christian worship and the only medieval three-spired cathedral in the UK
Roman remains of Letocetum - these excavated National Trust remains of a Roman staging post are accessible all year round.
Cannock Chase Country Park - Part of a historic landscape dating back thousands of years Cannock Chase is the largest surviving area of lowland heathland in the Midlands.
Shugborough Hall and Estate - This National Trust estate is described as a "rare survival of a complete estate" which includes the mansion house, servants' quarters, a working farm and the walled garden.
Weston Park - an all-round venue which can host weddings, conferences and business events and also offers accomodation on site.
Cosford Aerospace Museum - This RAF museum is free to enter and shows the history of aviation with displays of aircraft, artwork, medals and uniform.
Ironbridge Gorge - 10 attractions make up this venue, which is described as the birthplace of the industrial revolution.
Byrkley Park Garden Centre - with demonstration days and a wide variety of shopping, this garden centre has many attractions on-site.
Tutbury Castle - located in Staffordshire, Mary, Queen of Scots was imprisoned at this now largely ruined medieval castle.
Bass Museum - situated in Burton-upon-Trent, The National Brewery Centre holds daily guided tours and corporate and private functions.
Tamworth Castle - 15 rooms show how people from the Saxons through to the Victorians spent their time in the castle.
Snowdome - Ice skating, skiing, snowboarding, swimming, climbing and fitness are all catered for under one roof here.
Drayton Manor Park - The home of Thomasland and many other rides and attractions such as crazy golf and Vertigo (a high ropes adventure).
Leather Museum - Situated in Walsall in a redtored leather factory, the museum documents the history of the leather trade in the city.
Great Haywood Marina - close to the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal. The village has many amenities, including, but not limited to, a post office, shop, pharmacy and doctors surgery.
Fradley Junction - The meeting place of the Coventry Canal with the Trent and Mersey Canal. A popular place for cycling, fishing and walking. Close to the A38 (near Burton-on-Trent and Lichfield) Fradley Junction also has placed to eat and the chance to see local wildlife at Fradley Pool Nature Reserve.
Alton Towers - the home of CBeebies land and popular rides such as Nemesis and Oblivion is situated in Staffordshire between the M1 and the M6.
Chatsworth House - This stately home is situated in the Derbyshire Dales on the banks of the river Derwent. Home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, it has been passed down through 16 generations of the Cavendish family and contains works of art that span 4000 years.
Gulliver's Kingdom - Gullivers theme park is uniquely designed for children between the ages of 2 and 13. Situated in Matlock Bath, the park is open weekends and holidays from March to the end of October.
Hoar Cross Hall - Spa hotel is a grade II listed stately home retreat situated in the Staffordshire countryside. Weddings and meeting/conference packages are also offered here.
Belfry Golf Club - Not just famous for its golfing, the Belfry also hosts weddings, many restaurants and bars and a spa.