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Places to Eat and Places to Stay

After a packed day exploring East Staffordshire or if you’d like to stick around for longer, there's plenty of choice for places to eat and stay to suit everyone budget, such as the award-winning Amber House, Staffordshire Bed & Breakfast of the Year in 2016, or one of Staffordshire’s best self-catering properties at Heywood Hall.

And there are some of Staffordshire’s best places to eat too, such as The Winery, offering gourmet dining on the banks of the River Trent, Michelin Guide mainstay The Duncombe Arms, and Denstone Hall Café, Staffordshires Tea Room/Coffee Shop of the Year 2016.

The Meynell Ingram Arms

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The Meynell now offers relaxed dining, with a high quality food and drink offer throughout a variety of different dining areas including; the main restaurant, Sam’s bar, and the original dog friendly Meynell bar and restaurant.

The Waterfront at Barton Marina

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The Waterfront is pub and restaurant, built in the style of a Victorian canal-side warehouse. Relax in front of the inglenook fireplace in the cosy lounge area, or dine al fresco on the terrace overlooking the beautiful Barton Marina.

The Dial

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Open since May 2002 and set in the in the heart of Burton upon Trent, the Dial combines great food, extensive wine & spirit menus, phenomenal cocktails, superb service & relaxing environment to give you that 'out of town' experience.

The Crossing

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Dine cosily within the eclectic vintage decor of the main restaurant or enjoy wonderful drinks and bar foods with friends and family within the large bar area, accommodating the real ale aficionados of north Staffordshire.

The Water Bridge

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Enjoy freshly made food at a wallet-friendly price at the Water Bridge in Uttoxeter. From quick lunches and early bird dinners to Sunday lunches and tasty puds, you can expect all the pub classics, pies and steaks.

The White Hart Hotel

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The White Hart Hotel, Uttoxeter proudly boasts 19 bedrooms to complement its already lively Restaurant and Bar. The partly Grade II listed building is a premier cocktail lounge, brasserie and gastro-dining restaurant.

Bear Uttoxeter

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Start the day with coffee and pastries to take on your morning commute. As the morning presses on, grab some brunch - avo toast, sausage and bacon or fruit pancakes. In to the evening, enjoy the sharing menu, including Meat & cheese boards, tasty flatbreads and small plates. There is also a fabulous range of wines, craft beers and signature cocktails

Dapple Grey

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At the Dapple Grey you can expect a menu packed with past, present and future favourites, from heart-warming pub classics, succulent beef steaks to a range of daily specials, no member of the family is left out.

The Old Swan

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The Old Swan is steeped in history. Located in the heart of Uttoxeter Town Centre you can expect a menu packed with all your favourites, in cosy, modern surroundings.

Bank House Hotel

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The Bank House hotel was built in 1777 for Thomas Hart and served as the first bank in Uttoxeter. It enjoys an excellent position in the town centre, from where you can enjoy the special atmosphere of this Staffordshire market town.

The Dog & Partridge

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The Dog and Partridge, Marchington is an award-winning country pub and restaurant situated at the heart of the historic village of Marchington. Named as one of CAMRA's Top 200 Local Pubs in 2015, and Rural Pub of the Year by the local CAMRA branch, you can expect a delicious and imaginative food and drink selection.

Heywood Hall

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Heywood Hall offers a unique apartment-style self catering accommodation, that’s secure & spacious, allowing you to come and go as you please. Ideal for business or pleasure trips, with 6 apartments all, including,jungle and Mediterranean themed apartments! Located in Denstone, it's just a stones throw from Alton Towers and the market town of Uttoxeter.

The Duncombe Arms

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This independent inn draws a convivial mix of loyal locals and visitors, with its eclectic, rustic-chic décor, blazing fires and spacious garden with views across the Dove Valley. Close to the market towns of Ashbourne and Uttoxeter and just three miles from the hugely popular theme park Alton Towers, accommodation for up to six people in the luxurious, three bedroom Garden Cottage, for longer visits..

1907 Restaurant at Uttoxeter Racecourse

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This ‘rustic-modern’ restaurant brings the outdoors indoors, whilst providing magnificent panoramic views across the racecourse. In 1907 you can be sure to enjoy first-class service and exquisite food from the four-course a la carte menu.

The Winery

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This iconic and award-winning restaurant is set in stunning grounds overlooking the river Trent. The Winery is a stunning bar and restaurant steeped in history which has been carefully renovated to the highest standard whilst embracing every aspect of its past.

Pascal at the Old Vicarage

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In 1999 husband and wife team, Karen and Pascal Arnoux took ownership of the Old vicarage restaurant. During that time they have built up a hard working team that take pride in their work. With a kitchen led by the talented Richard Bowers, in 2007 the Old Vicarage was awarded ‘Staffordshire Restaurant of the Year’ which commends only the freshest ingredients and predominantly local produce.

Lower Micklin Touring Park

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Lower Micklin Touring Park is a small, award winning, family run campsite just outside Alton in Staffordshire with glorious views over rolling countryside and the Weaver Hills and yet within easy reach of Alton Towers, the Peak District, the Staffordshire Way and the world famous Potteries.

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