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Marsh Farm
"Very welcoming and friendly people. Comfortable, clean and spacious accommodation including a full and varied English breakfast. Situated in a lovely part of Staffordshire and close to the typical ..." More

Red Lion
"Excellent pub with a traditional bar and seperate restaurant. The food this lunchtime was excellent and the menu would suit all.we will be revisiting often. Service was friendly and attentive ..." More

Horns Inn
"Oh dear. I don't think I have ever written to complain about a place before in my life, but this place really was AWFUL. I went there with a party ..." More

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Rugeley in South Staffordshire is possibly famous for its power station – at one time there were two but nowadays there is just the Rugeley B power station supplying electricity for around 1 million people. In the19th century Rugeley was deemed to be one of the largest and striking market towns in the area. Lying just to the northern edge of Cannock Chase it has nearly always enjoyed its industrial heritage, there is evidence that in medieval times that iron workings and glass manufacture took place here whilst in the 19th and 20th centuries Rugeley was a centre for coal mining and this was one of the main reasons that the original Rugeley A power station was located here. Easy access to this raw material together with the available land, water (the River Trent and the Trent and Mersey Canal pass through the town) together with excellent communication links ensured the success of Rugeley A through until its closure in 1995. Today Rugeley is carving itself a reputation as a thriving commercial centre, on part of the land formerly used by the power station now stands Lea Hall Enterprise park which is attracting new companies to the area with diverse clients who are responsible for nationwide distribution as well as the more hi-tech companies seeking convenient office and distribution space and with the recent opening of the new eastern by pass the town centre is a lot less congested with traffic now moving more freely around the town.


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Hawkesyard Golf Club

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Albion Inn
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Horns Inn

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Red Lion
Talbot Inn
Wicket Inn
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Abbots Bromley School of Girls


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Etching Hill (Tennis)


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Travelodge Rugeley (0.13 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Rugeley (0.20 miles)

Premier Inn Rugeley
Just 5 minutes’ walk from Rugeley’s centre, this Premier Inn has modern rooms with flat-screen TVs and private bathrooms. Guests can dine in the stylish restaurant and enjoy cooked breakfasts. Each bright and spacious room includes ... More | visit website
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Cedar Tree Hotel (1.13 miles)

Cedar Tree Hotel

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An impressive Georgian property a short driving distance from Lichfield. 33 en suite rooms all with sky sport. Excellent facilities licensed bars conference facilities free parking and free wireless internet. ... More

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Shoulder Of Mutton (3.97 miles)

Shoulder Of Mutton
At the Shoulder of mutton we offer a personal service and flexible accommodation to suit your personal requirements. From a twin or double room, to accommodation for a family. Weekends and long stay terms can ... More | visit website
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Marsh Farm (4.92 miles)

Marsh Farm

Marsh Farm is located in the Staffordshire countryside, 1 mile from the picturesque village of Abbots Bromley. The farm offers Bed & Breakfast accommodation, afternoon teas and farmhouse catering for parties up to 50 ... More | visit website

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Barns Hotel (5.71 miles)

Barns Hotel

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A stylish and well run independant hotel with an excellent reputation for friendly staff, food and service. This thriving venue has long been established as a bar, restaurant and conference ... More

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Hoar Cross Hall Health Spa Resort (5.75 miles)

Hoar Cross Hall Health Spa Resort
This delightful health spa resort in a stately home is hidden away in picturesque Staffordshire countryside. From the moment you enter this Elizabethan style hall, you will experience an atmosphere of total relaxation choosing from ... More | visit website
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Innkeepers Lodge (5.77 miles)

Innkeepers Lodge
** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Situated in the historical city of Lichfield, this lodge is next to the Hedgehog Vintage Inn on the A51, fourteen miles north of Birmingham. ... More | visit website
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The Cathedral Lodge (6.41 miles)

The Cathedral Lodge

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In the heart of Lichfield, just a short walk from the city centre and the magnificent cathedral, this charming hotel offers newly refurbished rooms with flat-screen TVs and free wireless internet ... More

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Days Inn Cannock (6.53 miles)

Days Inn Cannock
The Days Inn Cannock is the perfect stopover en-route or otherwise, this hotel is located near Chasewater Country Park where you will find a Wildlife reserve, lakes and leisure activities galore.

The Hotel has 40 en-suite ... More | visit website

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