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Three Horseshoes Country Inn & Spa - Buxton Road,Blackshaw Moor Leek ST13 8TW

2.8 miles from Harrison Park
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £133.00 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Set within the picturesque Staffordshire Peak District, the Three Horseshoes Country Inn & Spa is a family run business providing stylish, individually designed, modern bedrooms and modern English fine dining using the best of seasonal ingredients. The Inn is located along the A53 just outside Leek, while the nearest train station is in Stoke-on-Trent, approximately 35 minutes’ drive away, with excellent links to the rest of the country. The hotel has free parking on site, with around 70 spaces for guests. The Inn has 26 bedrooms available, ranging from traditional Pub rooms situated above the pub and restaurant with period features, to classic, boutique styled rooms and superior rooms with four poster beds. All rooms are en-suite, with LCD TVs and tea and coffee making facilities. Classic and superior rooms are larger in size than the original pub rooms, but all rooms have access to complimentary wifi (available throughout the hotel). Two dining options are available here; The Bar & Grill offering casual dining with homely classics, using the Inka Grill; an oven which uses quality charcoal instead of gas or electric, cooking at a very high temperature of up to 500 degrees celsius. Not only does this speed up cooking time, but it achieves a combination of roasting and barbecuing that produces stunning flavours and unequalled tenderness to our locally sourced Steaks and Gourmet Burgers. The 2 AA Rosette Stables Restaurant offers delicious local food from an imaginative menu, with its open kitchen and large oak trussed ceiling it is truly a fine dining experience. The Millwheel Spa provides an experience for guests with wellbeing benefits and relaxation. The location means the views from the gardens are magnificent with breath-taking views of the Staffordshire Moorlands, Tittesworth Reservoir and the rock formations of the Roaches. Guests can enjoy local walks and experience beautiful views of the surrounding Peak District, or even venture to the stunning Chatsworth House, The Potteries, The town of Buxton or even Alton Towers.

George Hotel Stoke - Swan Square Burslem Stoke on Trent ST6 2AE

7.9 miles from Harrison Park
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £65.0 | Customer rating: 4\6
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The George Hotel has a wealth of history behind it. This well loved hotel is situated in Burslem, 'the mother town' one of the six towns making up the city of Stoke-on-Trent known affectionately as “The Potteries”. The George Hotel offers a warm welcome to business and leisure users and priding itself on the friendliness of the staff who aim to make your stay as comfortable and relaxed as possible. Centrally located to explore the pottery trade, with attactions of Wedgewood, Burleigh, and Moorcroft to name but a few. The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery is a must for all pottery lovers, and gives an insight to the history behing the industry. Ideally located for Alton Towers theme park, Trentham Monkey Forest, Stapley Water gardens and Bridgemere, Stoke on trent has something for everyone.

Lion And Swan Hotel - Swan Bank, Congleton CW12 1AH

8.2 miles from Harrison Park
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £85.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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Steeped in History. With ancient timbers, ghostly rumours and half-forgotten nooks and crannies, The Lion and Swan Hotel Congleton has everything you’d expect from a traditional English coaching inn but a lot you might not expect like modern style, comfort and convenience. Spanning Four Centuries. There has been a Licensed Inn, Alehouse or Travellers Resting Place on this site since 1496 or earlier, and a small part of this remains in the present building which dates from the 16th Century. It was built from reclaimed ships timbers with wattle and daub infill and a section is exposed for historical interest next to the reception area. Originally two separate taverns; The Lion and The Swan, the buildings were extended and merged from the 18th Century onwards to provide stabling and additional accommodation as stagecoach, canal and ultimately rail travel expanded across the country. A Medieval Mystery The original fireplace in the restaurant is something of a mystery, with a complex mixture of carvings of lions and figures. These may be associated with tales of the ghost of a young, brown haired woman who appears at the new moon wearing only clogs and a smile. Some scholars suggest that the carvings may have originally been part of a bridal bed and linked to ancient fertility rites. Local Archives have shown that around 1496 the Lion & Swan was once a Licensed Inn, Alehouse or a Traveller’s resting place. In the years 1570 the building at this stage resembled a 2 story barn, with a frontal gable above the main entrance. A section of the original walling has been exposed for historical interest within reception. In the 18th century the building became Congleton’s principal Hostelry and Coaching Inn, an original preserved guest’s bill from 1798 is framed and hung by reception today. Congleton gradually became the penultimate night stop before heading into Manchester, as the stagecoach service was becoming more popular.
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