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Slindon House Farm

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Slindon House Farm is a working dairy, arable and sheep farm set in the Staffordshire countryside but only seven miles away from junction 14 and 15 of the M6 on the A519. The large Victorian farmhouse offers two rooms for B&B. Both have television with remote control, tea trays, clock radios, hairdryers, central heating and in the winter electric blankets for that added touch of warmth and luxury. We also have free WiFi for those wishing to connect to the Internet. There is a comfortable lounge which also doubles up as the dining room for guests to use. On arrival you can enjoy a welcoming cup of tea or coffee and a slice of homemade cake or biscuits, or if the weather is kind sit outside in the garden. Slindon House Farm is situated on the A519 and is within easy reach of the following places, Stafford, Stoke-on Trent, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Eccleshall, Raleigh Hall, Cold Meece, Keele and Staffordshire University, Swynnerton Army camp, and Stafford County Showground. There are also tourist sites at, Trentham Gardens, Bridgemere and Stapley Gardens, Shugborough, Weston Park, Cosford Aerospace, Shrewsbury, Ironbridge.Baden Hall, Heronbrook Fisheries, golf courses and canals Alton Towers is approximately one hourís drive away, as is the National Memorial Arboretum.

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