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Burton upon Trent is internationally renowned for being the capital of British brewing and is also the largest town in the National Forest. The Trent and Mersey Canal, and the River Trent run through the town.
16 Results In Or Near Burton upon Trent
7.3 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
From tranquil pools and soothing water therapies to aqua detox and sensory showers, our luxury spa facilities provide head-to-toe relaxation for both body and mind. If that's not enough wind down under twinkly lights in our snooze room whilst relaxing on heated water beds or head over to the newest area, the sanctum. This stately Grade II-listed building in Staffordshire is renowned for providing luxury as standard, across the hotel and into the relaxation of the spa.
9.9 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
Statfold Barn Farm, under the direction of proprietors Graham and Carol Lee throughout the most recent fifteen years, has developed to move toward becoming what must be the most significant collection of narrow gauge locomotives in the UK. With more than 30 steam trains and numerous internal combustion locomotives, speaking to most British and a few abroad makers.
14.5 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
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Keeper's Cottage is a self-catering accommodation situated in the heart of rural Staffordshire, rated four stars and ideal for family holidays. Those who appreciate a traditional setting with antique furniture will find this cottage much to their liking, which includes a four poster bed, stone walls and oak doors and windows. Visitors have the use of a private drive, an en suite bathroom and a barbecue during the warmer weather. There is a great deal to enjoy in the local area, for both adult...
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7.9 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
Explore the house that time forgot and it's hauntingly beautiful gardens There's something compelling about the faded grandeur of Calke Abbey in Ticknall, Derbyshire, its neglected paintwork and overgrown courtyard telling the tale of an eccentric family. The first telephone only rang in this house in 1928 and electricity didn't arrive until 1962, thanks to the ardent desire of it residents to shy away from the modern world. The gardens echo this, an ancient and fragile habitat for ...
11.3 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
Explore the stunning house and grounds of Keddleston Hall Kedleston Hall is a classical Palladian mansion built in the mid-18th century for the Curzon family. The house has the most complete sequence of Robert Adam interiors in England with magnificent state rooms retaining great collections of paintings and original furniture. The Eastern Museum has a collection of Viceroy Curzon´s artefacts from India, including the celebrated `peacock dress´ worn by his wife. The partly restored gar...
7.5 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
Disabled access
The 4-star Hallmark Hotel Derby - Mickleover Court Hotel is only 10 minutes' drive from Derby. It offers free Wi-Fi, air-conditioned rooms and fitness centre including a pool, sauna and spa shower. All rooms have a current stylistic theme, free Wi-Fi and a satellite TV with Sky Sports 1, 2, 3 and 4. Each room additionally has a private restroom with a hairdryer, while a few rooms have an overhang. The hotel offers 24-hour room service and a Restaurant which serves naturally arranged B...
7.5 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
There's so much to see and do at Sudbury Hall and the National Trust Museum of Childhood. Explore the Hall and the National Trust Museum of Childhood, stop off for tea and cake in the tea-room or walk through the historic grounds.
7.1 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
Covering 9 acres, this charming woodland garden has been welcoming visitors since 1992. It is an RHS recommended garden, and it is filled with stunning trees.
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11.3 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
Kedleston Hall has been welcoming visitors for over 250 years. Visitors continue to be inspired by Robert Adam and his vision for this private palace, which is now open to all. From the curiosities of George Nathaniel Curzon's Eastern Museum to the more recently restored State Floor, there is plenty to enjoy both inside the Hall and within the grounds.
9.8 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
Tuppenhurst Barn Bed and Breakfast offers the opportunity to stay in a listed, original farm building, separate from the farm house, accordingly offering independence and privacy to guests.There are 4 comfortable spacious rooms with modern ensuite facilities.
14.5 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
Manor House Farm has been lovingly restored over the last 40 years to its present condition, complete with oak paneling in both the dining and sitting rooms, and an amazing collection of interesting oak furniture. Four poster beds are available in 3 rooms. It's a delightfully romantic setting, with a 3 acre terraced garden. Keepers Cottage self-catering continues the same wonderfully romantic theme.
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7.3 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
Disabled access
Set in 50 acres of quintessential English countryside, Hoar Cross Hall Hotel is a magnificent stately home and the perfect venue for a wonderful wedding. Situated on the Derbyshire-Staffordshire border, the Grade II listed hotel is Elizabethan in style with Jacobean overtones, combining elegant period style with contemporary luxury throughout.
10.6 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
Masa boasts one of the most unusual and visually stunning restaurant settings in the country. A grade II listed chapel has been lovingly converted into an elegant and luxurious dining room that makes any meal a special occasion. Enjoy an aperitif in the a lavish lounge before ascending to the stunning dining gallery. Fresh, locally sourced ingredients are on the inventively eclectic menu that might include chicken and tarragon boudin with cos leaves, Parmesan amd pancetta; confit duck spring ...
Reviews: (10)
9.8 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
8.5 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
Exposed brick, wood beams, wood floor. Sounds like a traditional rural British pub. In fact this is a clean modern space in a new building at the back of the Rose and Crown set in the beautiful countryside of Derbyshire. The contemporary feel is completed by smart cream leather chairs and simply laid stylish bare wood tables. They really know their food trend here too, covering off 'dude food' with the wittily titled KFP (Kentucky Fried Partridge with sweetcorn pureé, honey bacon and charred ...
Reviews: (10)
7.4 miles from centre of Burton upon Trent
Calke Abbey is an intriguing place, and a glimpse of what happens to a country house when it falls into disrepair. Courtyards are overgrown, and the paint is peeling away, with little restoration having taken place.
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