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Lichfield Hotels - Amber House

WINNER of the EVIIVO TASTIEST BREAKFAST in the UK AWARD

presented by Prue Leith. using local produce and eggs from our own chickens!

Also serving home-made breads and preserves.  

VOTED BEST B&B IN STAFFORDSHIRE 2016 BY DESTINATION

STAFFORDSHIRE  with 4 further BREAKFAST AWARDS 

Complimentary afternoon tea awaits upon your arrival.

Delicious evening meals by arrangement Vegetarian and

special diets catered for. Early morning starts? No problem. Packed lunches can

be provided.

Free WiFi and car parking.

En-suite facilities feature selected natural products.

All rooms have TV's, free wifi & hospitality trays.

There is a ground floor bedroom. The Resident's Lounge has a small library of

books music & DVDs available

Amber House is ½ mile from the NATIONAL MEMORIAL ARBORETUM.

It is also within walking distance of historic Alrewas village with it's pubs

and shops, takeaways, Indian restaurant & Royal British Legion.

Nestling beside the River Trent, it still retails its

historic charm with half timbered thatched cottages, Old Mill and 12th century

Church. Enjoy the tranquil scenery of local canal walks or seek the thrills of

nearby Drayton Manor Park & Alton Towers. The Trent & Mersey canal runs

through the village where locks & bridges and tow paths make for

picturesque walks.

1 mile from Amtrain training Centre.  2 miles from Fradley & Graycar Industrial

Parks and Barton Marina, 5 miles from Lichfield & Burton-on-Trent. 7 miles

from Tamworth. 

Lichfield offers 2 railway stations with a 75 minute direct

service to London Euston

There is easy access to the A38/ M1/ M6 Toll/ NEC & M42.

Birmingham & East Mids airports are just 20 miles

away.  We also offer a 'meet & greet'

airport service.

 

DIRECTIONS: From Lichfield to Burton-on-Trent, take the

turning for Alrewas & The NMA, keep on the service road, go past the garage

& we are 200 yards on the left. 

Amber House is well signposted and is the 3rd house from the end of the

road.

 
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