Holiday cottages in Staffordshire

Nestled in the heart of England, Staffordshire offers a delightful retreat for those seeking peace and tranquillity. With a landscape adorned by rolling hills, lush countryside, and historic towns, it's a haven for nature lovers and history enthusiasts alike. Our holiday cottages in Staffordshire provide the perfect base to explore this captivating region. From the charming market towns of Lichfield and Stafford to the stunning vistas of the Peak District National Park, there's something for everyone. Embark on scenic walks, visit stately homes like Shugborough Hall, or delve into the rich industrial heritage of places like the Black Country Living Museum. After a day of adventure, return to your cosy cottage and unwind in peaceful surroundings. Our Staffordshire holiday cottages offer a home away from home, where you can savour the tranquillity and make cherished memories

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our Staffordshire holiday cottages

Situated in the West Midlands this county offers a diverse range of attractions and activities. Here are the top five things to see and do in our Staffordshire holiday cottages:

  1. Alton Towers: Experience the thrills and excitement of Alton Towers, one of the UK's most famous theme parks. With a wide variety of roller coasters, rides, and attractions, it's a fantastic destination for families and thrill-seekers.

  2. Peak District National Park: Explore the southern part of the Peak District National Park, which extends into Staffordshire. Enjoy scenic walks, hike along picturesque trails, and marvel at the stunning landscapes and rugged beauty of the area.

  3. Drayton Manor Theme Park: Have a fun-filled day at Drayton Manor Theme Park, another popular amusement park with rides, family attractions, and a zoo featuring over 100 species.

  4. Trentham Gardens: Visit Trentham Gardens, a stunning landscaped garden with a large lake and diverse flora. The gardens offer a lovely setting for leisurely walks and picnics.

  5. Cannock Chase: Explore Cannock Chase, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This expansive forested area provides opportunities for walking, cycling, and wildlife spotting. It's a great place to connect with nature and enjoy the outdoors.

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