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The Chestnuts
Watling Street


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The Chestnuts is a delightful 100 year old, beautifully restored country cottage with everything you would expect including exposed oak beams and inglenook fireplace. Home cooked food is a speciality using organic, locally sourced produce served around a huge farmhouse table. (Book early for dinner). The Chestnuts is licensed and offers a good selection of wines, beers and spirits.

All bedrooms are en-suite, beautifully decorated with remote controlled televisions, radio-alarms, hair dryers and courtesy trays.

The Chestnuts Country Hotel is just five minutes from the M42, Junction 10 at Tamworth, central to many excellent attractions in the surrounding regions. We pride ourselves on our excellent surroundings, first class service and our personal attention to our guests requirements.


Ratings/Awards: ETC/AA 4 Diamonds

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: From £79.50
Twin: From £79.50
Single: From £59.50
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