The Moat House is a 14th century, moated manor house nestled in the heart of rural Staffordshire boasting sumptuous bedrooms and an award-winning restaurant. This Grade II-listed manor house has been transformed into an independent hotel and restaurant, without losing any of its unique charm or personality. Stay in a standard-grade double or twin room with TV, free WiFi and tea and coffee-making facilities. There is plenty to see and do here with Shugborough Hall, Trentham Gardens, Cannock Chase and Alton Towers Theme Park all nearby. If you'd rather just take it easy, stroll around the grounds or sit by the river and watch the world go by. Breakfast is included and served in their award-winning Orangery Restaurant which offers an unforgettable dining experience; the magnificence of the canal-side airy room coupled with the temptations of a gourmet menu.
This break is a one night stay for two people and includes breakfast.
Minimum age is 18 years old. This break is available Monday to Sunday, subject to availability, excluding Christmas, New Years and Valentine's Day.
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