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Holiday cottages in Stafford, Staffordshire

SJ9223 : St George's Hospital, Stafford: seat outside the Learning CentreSJ9223 : Inside Stafford Castlegate Tandem ExchangeSJ9223 : 28 & 29 Eastgate, StaffordSJ9223 : Gatehouse Theatre Box Office entranceSJ9223 : 77 Eastgate, StaffordSJ9223 : Rear of 79 Eastgate Street, Stafford
One of Stafford’s best features is the wide range of activities and experiences which are available within this thriving county town. Often over-looked due to its convenient proximity to large cities and easy access to beautiful countryside, Stafford provides a wealth of cultural and historical opportunities which offer a unique insight into its fascinating heritage.

Stafford is believed to have been founded in Saxon times, since which it has enjoyed a colourful existence. Many reminders of its history can still be explored, including a Norman castle and spectacular stately homes. Today, Stafford offers a variety of intriguing independent shops, as well as some impressive pubs and restaurants. A regular farmers’ market and produce stands mean fresh, local foodstuffs are readily available, ideal for delicious self-catering results. Numerous events at the nearby county show ground and the Annual Music Festival provide excellent reasons to choose Stafford for a short break or longer holiday.

If you are looking for somewhere undiscovered which provides an array of pastimes amidst peaceful open spaces and pleasantly timeless streets, then Stafford should definitely appeal.

SJ9223 : The Shrewsbury Arms, Stafford

SJ9223 : Town centre, Stafford

SJ9223 : The Colonnade and Tudor House, Eastgate Street, Stafford