Alrewas, the NMA and Lichfield
Alrewas is one of the oldest recorded communities in the Midlands. The Trent and Mersey Canal runing through with bridges and locks, tow paths and very picturesque walks.
Amber House is within 5 minutes walk of the village pubs, indian restaurant, a fish & chip shop, the takeaway and 'Coates' a wonderful traditional family butchers (by Royal Appointment). There is also a hairdressers, dentist, doctors surgery, for everything you may need en-route.
The National Memorial Arboretum is only half a mile away. It is frequently visited by all members of the Royal Family, and for motorcycle lovers, the RTTW is staged every October (when 5000+ bikes ride to the Wall).
The NMA covers 175 acres with over 50,000 trees and 200 dedicated memorials to honour those who have served, and continue to serve the Nation in many different ways. DE13 7AR Tel: 01283 792333
Situated in the National Forest, Amber House is featured in 'Destination Staffordshire' as the closest B&B to the NMA with excellent facilities.
Lichfield Cathedral: Is one of the oldest places of Christian worship in Britain. A great place of beauty. The Cathedral has a rich history reflected in its architecture and treasures. WS13 7LD Tel: 01543 306100