Rugeley between Stafford and Lichfield is an industrial and commercial town a little beyond the Birmingham conurbation, on the edge of Cannock Chase. The Trent and Mersey Canal and River Trent pass through the settlement... Read More

Hotels in Rugeley - 7 places to stay

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Cedar Tree Hotel

Cedar Tree Hotel

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An impressive Georgian property a short driving distance from Lichfield. 33 en suite rooms all with sky sport. Excellent facilities licensed bars conference facilities free parking and free wireless internet. ... More

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Marsh Farm

Marsh Farm

Marsh Farm is located in the Staffordshire countryside, 1 mile from the picturesque village of Abbots Bromley. The farm offers Bed & Breakfast accommodation, afternoon teas and farmhouse catering for parties up to 50 ... More | Double Room: From 60 | visit website

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Shoulder Of Mutton (3.97 miles)

Shoulder Of Mutton
At the Shoulder of mutton we offer a personal service and flexible accommodation to suit your personal requirements. From a twin or double room, to accommodation for a family. Weekends and long stay terms can ... More | visit website
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Barns Hotel (5.71 miles)

Barns Hotel

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A stylish and well run independant hotel with an excellent reputation for friendly staff, food and service. This thriving venue has long been established as a bar, restaurant and conference ... More

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Hoar Cross Hall Health Spa Resort (5.75 miles)

Hoar Cross Hall Health Spa Resort
This delightful health spa resort in a stately home is hidden away in picturesque Staffordshire countryside. From the moment you enter this Elizabethan style hall, you will experience an atmosphere of total relaxation choosing from ... More | visit website
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Innkeepers Lodge (5.77 miles)

Innkeepers Lodge
** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Situated in the historical city of Lichfield, this lodge is next to the Hedgehog Vintage Inn on the A51, fourteen miles north of Birmingham. ... More | visit website
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The Cathedral Lodge (6.41 miles)

The Cathedral Lodge

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In the heart of Lichfield, just a short walk from the city centre and the magnificent cathedral, this charming hotel offers newly refurbished rooms with flat-screen TVs and free wireless internet ... More

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Days Inn Cannock (6.53 miles)

Days Inn Cannock
The Days Inn Cannock is the perfect stopover en-route or otherwise, this hotel is located near Chasewater Country Park where you will find a Wildlife reserve, lakes and leisure activities galore.

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Netherstowe House Hotel (6.61 miles)

Netherstowe House Hotel
Luxury Accommodation and Restaurant
Set in its own quiet grounds Netherstowe House is a family-run Boutique Hotel and Restaurant. Netherstowe House is the only establishment in Staffordshire to be listed by The Good Hotel Guide. It ... More | visit website
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Moat House (The) (6.78 miles)

Moat House (The)

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The Moat House is the ideal quality venue for accommodation, conferences, eating out, functions and weddings. A warm and friendly welcome is assured in this four star, award winning, privately owned ... More

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George Hotel (6.81 miles)

George Hotel

A charming 18th century coaching inn set in the heart of Lichfield. 36 ensuite bedrooms, carvery restaurant, conference and banqueting facilities for up to 110 guests. The George is just a 5 minute walk away from ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Cannock Orbital (6.89 miles)

Premier Inn Cannock Orbital
Ideally located within easy reach of the M6 and M6 Toll road Local attractions include Cannock Chase, Chase Water and Prince of Wales Theatre. Conveniently located for Cannock bus and train services. For shops and ... More | visit website

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