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Netherstowe House Hotel
Netherstowe Lane

WS13 6AY

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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 has received awards in both 'Restaurant of the Year' and 'Outstanding Service' categories at Taste of Staffordshire's Good Food Awards. The estate, which comprises a Country House Hotel, Award Winning Fine Dining Restaurant, Steakhouse Brasserie, Contemporary Serviced Apartments, Private Gymnasium and ample private car parking, achieves a rare combination of character, delicious food and friendly professional staff with an unswerving commitment to customer care.

Relax and Sleep
Netherstowe House is a retreat like no other offering affordable luxury to Lichfield locals and visitors alike. Surrounded by tranquil formal grounds, resplendent in verdant shades at any time of the year, the stunning Grade II listed proportions of this elegant country house have a wealth of character, with all sorts of attractive nooks and crannies. A place for all seasons, you can enjoy aperitifs on the lawn during the summer months or the glow of an open fire for a warm welcome during the winter months. And the good news continues - upstairs youíll find a range of beautiful en-suite boutique guest rooms individually designed to combine traditional elegance with lots of little touches to make you feel welcome. The contemporary Serviced Apartments are located in a separate wing to the main house and offer the luxury of a hotel and the freedom of home. The apartments include breakfast and are available to let from as little as one night making them ideal for the tourist or business traveller or tourist who wants more than just a bed for the night.

A Feast For The Senses
The restaurant is an integral part of the Netherstowe House experience, and most resident guests dine every night. The emphasis is on creating flavoursome, classic dishes with a modern twist, freshly produced on site using the finest seasonal ingredients. There is a Fine Dining restaurant, Afternoon Tea service and a Steakhouse Brasserie, each with itís own character and style as well as the bar and lounge areas. Just over a mile from Lichfield city centre they have acquired a reputation for delightful interiors, superb cuisine and exceptional customer service. Itís informal but special: that highbrow/lowbrow sweet spot that everyone aims for but few hit. The food may be posh but itís certainly not pretentious and the service is truly professional with a personal, relaxed, warm and caring style.

Netherstowe House is located in the heart of England. The private complex is situated on the north side of the Cathedral city of Lichfield - birth place of Dr. Johnson. The Hotel is ideally located for guests visiting the local area, as it is set within the midlands high speed road connections to the whole of the UK via the M6 Toll, M42, A5 and the A38. Airports are easy to access with Birmingham International airport only 20 minutes drive and East Midlands airport just 40 minutes drive. Lichfield Trent Valley and Lichfield City railway stations are also within easy reach offering high speed links to London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow. Netherstowe House is superbly situated for visiting many attractions including the NEC, The National Memorial Arboretum, Lichfield Cathedral, Drayton Manor, Alton Towers, Belfry Golf Course, Tamworth Snow Dome, Curborough Sprint Course, Heart of the Country, Cannock Chase and Derbyshire Dales.


Ratings/Awards: Highly Commended AA 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 19
Number Ensuite: 19

Price per Person

Double: £40
Twin: £40
Single: £75
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