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County - Staffordshire | Map
Tel code: 01538 | code search
Postcode: SK8 | code search
Population: 12200
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Hales Hall Caravan & Camping Park
"WELL WHAT CAN I SAY :- another great camping trip to HALES HALL, this is the third time we have been here camping and still have nothing bad to say, ..." More

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Hales Hall Caravan & Camping Park
"just like 2 say despite the weather my family and friends family enjoyd our 2nite stay at hailes hall toilets n showers very clean and kids park entertain our kids ..." More

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Cheadle is an ancient Market town, dating back to Saxon times, set within the Staffordshire Moorland, home to twelve thousand people. It was first granted it's Market Charter in the 13th Century by Henry III, and the market still continues today. There's a peppering of black and white timber houses that spans across the pages of time, the fabulous church of St Giles with it's 200' spire designed by Pugin who also designed the Houses Of Parliament, and a Market Cross that hails back centuries. Known as the gateway to the Churnet Valley there is much to occupy the choosiest of visitor, whether it's exploring the past at Croxden Abbey whose evocative ruins conjure thoughts of the 13th Century Cistercian monks, or possibly the fascinating exhibits at Cheddleton Flint Mill will unveil secrets of the two water mills, cottage, and kilns that sits by the edge of the Caldon Canal. To complete the cycle there's Gladstone Pottery Museum, and the impressive Wedgewood Visitor Centre. If more Museums are yearned for there's always the treasures on display at the Minton and Spode Museums. Why not relive the golden age of steam and climb aboard Foxfield Steam Railway, or if white knuckle rides are a must, Alton Towers has live shows, toe curling rides, and a promise of fun.

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Hales Hall Caravan & Camping Park

Cottage

Cuckoo Well Lodge
Oaklands
The Beeches
Tythe Barn
Willows at Woodhead Hall Farm Cottages

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Quarry Walk Park

Market

Cheadle Market

Pub and Bar

Bird In Hand
Crown At Mobberly
Huntsman
Lamplighter
Queens Arms
Red Lion Inn
The Alton Castle
Travellers Rest

Self-Catering

Quarry Walk Park
The Manor
The Olde Chapel

Taxi

Moorland Private Hire

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The Manor (0.26 miles)

The Manor

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Centrally located just 5 miles from Alton Towers and 9 miles from Uttoxeter racecourse, Cheadle is just 8 miles from Stoke and Leek and 10 from Stone. The Manor was ... More

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The Olde Chapel (2.08 miles)

The Olde Chapel

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Set on a country lane just 4 miles from the thrills of Alton Towers and beautiful Dimmingdale, this delightful, smartly furnished and romantic chapel conversion lies amidst ... More

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Railway Inn Hotel (2.46 miles)

Railway Inn Hotel
The Railway In Hotel Is Situated in Beautiful surroundings Adjacent to the stunning Churnet Valley Steam Railway Station At Froghall ST10 2HA Which can be seen from our beautiful spacious on suite rooms. Its just ... More | visit website
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Little Park Farm (3.14 miles)

Little Park Farm

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Glorious panoramic views over meadowland and the Staffordshire moorlands and a peaceful farmstead location are enjoyed by visitors to this recently built farmhouse. Perfect for larger groups, ... More

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Bank House (3.16 miles)

Bank House
We run Bank House as a private country home, where guests are very welcome, rather than as a conventional guest house, the aim being a relaxed "house party" ambience. We provide all the facilities one ... More
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Castle Moat House (3.55 miles)

Castle Moat House

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This unique and wonderful turreted castle, dating from 1550 and brought up to date with great style, boasts luxurious and extremely spacious accommodation with romantic appeal. Divided ... More

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Hermitage Working Farm (3.93 miles)

Hermitage Working Farm
Hermitage Working Farm B&B provides you with an ideal base to visit the many attractions in and around the Staffordshire Moorlands, for example Alton Towers, The Peak District, Trentham Gardens, The Churnet Valley, Dovedale and ... More | visit website
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Bank House (3.98 miles)

Bank House
Bank House is situated in the centre of Alton village, one mile from Alton Towers. Luxury bed and breakfast, whirlpool bath, Four poster beds and LCD TV. There are 5 pubs within walking distance ... More | visit website
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Alton Towers Hotel (4.11 miles)

Alton Towers Hotel

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The Alton Towers Hotel offers a unique glimpse into the wonderful eccentric inventions of Sir Algernon Aloysius Alton. Situated within Alton Towers, it is the ... More | visit website

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Weathervane New Lodge (4.35 miles)

Weathervane New Lodge

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The Weathervane is situated on the A50 in Stoke on Trent and has both good links with the M1 and M6.Being only 7 miles from ... More

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