|Cobblers Cottage Eccleshall Cobblers Cottage, Kerry Lane, Eccleshall, Staffordshire, ST21 6EJ|
"Cobbler’s Cottage is located in Kerry Lane, which is a rural lane around 500 metres from the centre of Eccleshall and within the town’s Conservation Area."
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Cobblers CottageKerry Lane, Eccleshall, ST21 6EJ
Phone: +44 (0)1785 850116
Fax: +44 (0)1785 850116
|Enjoy England 4 STAR ACCOMMODATION|
Cobbler's Cottage is located in Kerry Lane, which is a rural lane around 500 metres from the centre of Eccleshall and within the town's Conservation Area. The guest accommodation comprises one double and one twin bedroom. Both rooms have en-suite shower rooms with w.c., television, clock radio, hair dryer and tea and coffee making facilities. We have been awarded 4 stars by VisitEngland for the quality of our accommodation.
The bedrooms are on the first floor and so are not readily accessible for the disabled who cannot climb stairs.
We do allow well behaved dogs to stay if we are given prior notice.
Please note we are strictly NO SMOKING
|Tariff - Double/Twin £55 .00 per room per night.|
Midweek single occupancy £35 .00 per night
We offer a reduction for longer stays. Please ask.
Our rates include a full English breakfast served in the ground floor dining room. Other breakfast
menus such as vegetarian can be provided. Some unusual choices or dietary requirements may
require prior notification. We believe our breakfasts will set you up for the day ahead.
|Eccleshall is a small market town located seven miles north west of the county town of Stafford. It|
has very easy access to the M6 motorway from either Junction 14 from the south or junction 15
from the north. It is 40 miles from Birmingham, 50 miles from Manchester and 15 miles from Stoke
on Trent (The Potteries) Visitor attractions within a short drive are Alton Towers, Ironbridge
museums, Cannock Chase, Shrewsbury, Chester, Bridgemere Garden World, Weston Hall and
Shugborough country houses, the Seven Valley Railway and other heritage railways.
Eccleshall was an important market town on the coach route between Chester and London and
these factors led to the establishment of many coaching inns and public houses. The town still has
seven pubs, most of which serve food, and there are also other places to eat. These
establishments are within easy walking distance.
|The town was also the country home of the Bishops of Lichfield who lived at Eccleshall castle.|
Little remains of the old castle but there is a splendid large parish church dating from Norman
times. The church is at the end of the High Street and 200 metres from Cobbler's Cottage.