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Stoke-on-Trent Moat House
Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire

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Ideally located within the heart of the Midlands, a short drive from either junctions 15 or 16 of the M6 and within easy reach of Manchester and Birmingham Airports. This 4 star hotel is purpose built containing all of the facilities expected in a modern hotel – featuring an indoor heated swimming pool, air conditioned Gymnasium, and comfort cooling in all of the bedrooms. There is something to tempt all tastes at the recently refurbished Bar and Brasserie, offering a variety of dishes in a contemporary open space, perfect for relaxing and meeting friends. Located on Festival Park which houses a Dry Ski Slope, Odeon Cinema, Ten Pin Bowling and Europe’s largest indoor water theme park ‘Waterworld’. Over 200 high street stores are 1mile away in The Potteries Shopping Centre, Hanley. ‘Alton Towers’ theme park is located just 18 miles away.

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