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Yarnfield Park Training and Conference Centre, Stone, Staffordshire

Yarnfield Park Training and Conference Centre
Yarnfield Park
Yarnfield Lane


ST15 0NL | View map

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The modern and stylish Yarnfield Park Hotel is part of the Yarnfield Park Training & Conference Centre located at the heart of Staffordshire within easy access to many of the local attractions including Alton Towers, Water World, Trentham Gardens, Wedgwood, The Potteries Museum and the county town of Stafford. A great central base for exploring the areas attractions.

Yarnfield Park Hotel boasts 338 double en-suite rooms, 4 with disabled facilities, 4 lifts, free Internet connection in all rooms and is set across 80 acres of beautiful Staffordshire countryside with the benefit of free car parking. After a hard day enjoying your day out you can relax in our modern and stylish cafe-bar or enjoy a meal in our restaurant. For those more energetic of you, you can utilise our free on-site fully equipped gym with 2 tennis courts, 3 squash courts, 3 badminton courts, 2 saunas and our sunbed. The Hotel is located 50 yard from the main reception area with a covered walk way from the main building to the hotel accommodation itself. Porters are available if you require any assistance.

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