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The Peel Aldergate
Tamworth
Staffordshire

B79 7DL | View map

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The Peel Aldergate has 19 rooms with restaurant and bar. Situated close to all local attractions we are just a 10 minute drive from Drayton Manor theme park and 20 minute drive from the NEC/NIA/ICC. The Peel is well-furnished, with air-con and free Wi-Fi available in most rooms, flat-screen TV's and tea/coffee making facilities.

The Peel is ideally situated for all local business parks/estates and convenient for the M42 and M6 Toll motorways. Tamworth Rail Station is half a mile away and has direct services to Birmingham New Street, Manchester, London Euston and Cardiff.

Additional benefits include our own private car park for up to 16 cars and a restaurant offering a varied menu of English and European dishes cooked to order using only the finest ingredients. (Our restaurant and bar are OPEN Sunday evenings)

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Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
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