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Stoke-on-Trent City guide, including Stoke-on-Trent Hotels
Stoke-on-Trent has been an industrial centre and has been a favourite
factory tours on a regular basis and have small museums dedicated to
the company, as well as pleasant tea shops to relax and enjoy
of the history of ceramics around the world and in Britain. It houses
the most extensive display of Staffordshire ceramics in the world.
unwind, take a hike, cycle, and go on a pony ride. There are also spots
that are perfect for hang gliding and rock climbing.
a 100 million pound renovation to recapture its former design
originally conceived by Capability Brown. The Charles Barry Italian
gardens are also currently being restored to their former state. The
Monkey forest, with 140 Barbary Macaques inhabiting 60 acres of English
forest, is definitely worth a visit.
from 1642. This small museum will give the visitor an idea of what life
was like in the Potteries before the advent of the Industrial
Things to Do:
Choose from a variety of activities on your holiday to Stoke-on-Trent.
The Potteries provide great opportunities for shopping, relaxing at
amusement parks, and going for a night out at the theatre.
Towers provides the visitor with many exciting activities such as
rides, walks, musical performances and special events.
and the gaming rooms at Festival Park. It is not far away from
Waterworld, which provides hours of aquatic fun.
places to shop for English ceramics at Stoke-on-Trent at Potteries
Shopping Centres. The best known brands are available as well as
products from independent retailers. Each of the five towns in
Stoke-on-Trent has its own Potteries Shopping Centre, so it is worth
combining travel and comparison shopping by visiting each one.
Stoke-on-Trent’s best loved product through displays, pottery
demonstrations and fun for children as they learn how to work a kiln
and to make their own pottery.
design originally opened as a silent movie theatre at 1929. Since then,
it has been restored to its former state, and was re-opened by the
Queen in 1999. The Regent theatre hosts many performances a year,
including operas, dance performances, concerts and plays.
Food & Drink
warm environment, and is noted for its traditional, English home-cooked
food served by friendly wait staff. This coffee shop is extraordinarily
family-oriented, and provides changing areas and even bottle warming
services. The coffee shop and Edward’s China was awarded with a food
excellence award in 2002, and was voted Best Scones in 2001.
an elegant setting, the Elms is a good choice. The menu serves
traditional Indian favourites, such as Madras and Korma dishes as well
as Tandoori and even Vindaloo for the brave.
Old-fashioned English pub, and the staff is noted for being amiable and
quite welcoming. There is an outstanding collection of quality ales and
other drinks to choose from, as well as bar snacks available.
Staffordshire countryside and is an excellent place to enjoy
home-cooked English favourites in the inn’s splendid oak rooms. There
is also a bar and a pool room for after-dinner enjoyment.
Stoke-on-Trent Hotels and Accommodation
Whether you are looking for a five-star hotel or a traditional B &B
in the countryside, Stoke-on-Trent has a great selection of places to
stay for any tourist. The hotels are situated close to the Potteries’
shopping areas and not far from Stoke-on-Trent’s major attractions. You
can also find an inexpensive Bed and Breakfast that is well-located and
contains all of the basic amenities including a private bathroom, cable
TV, coffee and tea service and a Continental Breakfast.
If you prefer to spend time in the English countryside, there are some
beautiful, old-fashioned Staffordshire inns with friendly staff and
comfortable beds and rooms. These country inns are pleasant places to
relax and watch a game on television, enjoy a meal, take a stroll and
get to know fellow tourists.
If you like to laugh, go to the Zero Room, which hosts the best of
professional an amateur comedy. The Stoke-on-Trent playhouse presents
five productions a year featuring amateur talent and touring companies.
The famous Regent Theatre is a picturesque theatre which features
operas, dance performances, concerts and plays.
Stoke-on-Trent has something for every tourist, from amusement park
rides, to ceramic shopping and sightseeing. Whether you want to spend
the day exploring factories by tour or you are looking for the finest
dining available, Stoke-on-Trent is the prefect place to fulfil your
desires. At Stoke-on-Trent, you can witness the best of Britain’s past,
present and future.
Name: Maria Williams
Biography: Maria writes for Sleep UK - providers of hotels in Stoke-on-Trent.
About the Author: Biography