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Harlaston Post Office
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B79 9JU
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Whether you're drawn to the area for business or pleasure, Harlaston Post Office should be your first port-of-call. A warm friendly welcome, coupled with a helpful and relaxed atmosphere, will guarantee your stay with us is as enjoyable as it is memorable.

A delightful row of traditional country cottages, the Post Office has been extensively renovated inside to offer superb and spacious guest accommodation, whilst retaining the traditional charms that help make the Post Office the heart of one of Staffordshire's most unspoilt and best-kept villages.

Whatever the reason for your stay (or the size of your party) the range of facilities available are as excellent as they are wide-ranging, and exactly what you would expect from a guest house granted four-star status. Wonderfully comfortable beds, colour television, tea and coffee-making facilities, and ensuite bathrooms accompany each room, along with striking views of the church and old Harlaston itself.

Next to the conservatory is the modern and roomy kitchen, where all our home-cooked meals are prepared. Whether your dietary requirements are vegetarian or salt-free, or you just have a yearning for home-cooked food, our meals are guaranteed not to disappoint. If you have young children or just crave your own personal space, you'll be pleased to hear we also have a self-contained guest kitchen, laundry room, and guest's lounge; all of which should keep your little angels fed, watered and occupied. Substantial and secure parking is also provided on-site, nearby our secluded and tranquil gardens.


Ratings/Awards: 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 5

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: 45
Single: 25
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