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The Coach House B&B is set in a very quiet and peaceful area, yet you are within walking distance of the local pub The Barley Mow which serves meals throughout the day and the Viceroy India restaurant. Stafford town is around 5 miles away were you will find a good range of shops, tea rooms, restaurants with several 'real ale' pubs and micro breweries.

Ironbridge Gorge

Ironbridge Gorge

There are ten award-winning Museums spread along the valley beside the wild River Severn. Blists Hill Victorian Town is one of the ten Ironbridge Gorge Museums. Enjoy a truly memorable day out at this recreated Victorian Town. An enjoyable way for all ages to discover more about Victorian life.

National Memorial Arboretum

National Memorial Arboretum

The Arboretum is an evolving, maturing woodland landscape featuring 30,000 trees and a vast collection of memorials. The 150-acre site is a living, growing tribute to those who have served and continue to serve our country.
“First time visiting here. Such a pleasure to be able to walk round and see so many interesting memorials, and the stories that went with each one. The best and most interesting day I have experienced in a long time.”

Monkey Forest

Monkey Forest

The monkeys live in total freedom which allows visitors to get an in depth insight into the lives of these fascinating monkeys. The woodland trail allows you to walk amongst the monkeys and immerse yourself in their everyday antics. See them as they swing from the trees, lounge on the grass and even walk the path straight past you!

This unique attraction lets visitors explore and learn about the lives of these fascinating primates, living just as they would in Morocco

Shugborough Hall

Shugborough Hall

Situated in a river valley in the heart of Staffordshire, Shugborough’s location is decidedly magical. Shugborough is set in 900 acres of Grade One listed parkland.Wander through the late photographer, Patrick Lichfield's private apartments within the elegant mansion house. A great deal of work has been done to conserve and restore the rooms to their former glory, using memorabilia relating to Patrick Lichfield.

 
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