Roadchef Motorway Service Area M6 Southbound Staff, Stone, ST15 0XE
The Days Inn Stafford is situated only 4.5 miles from Stafford Town Centre and contains 39 en-suite rooms from £50 per room per night and is perfect for those travelling on business, for families or just a quick overnighter if you’re stuck. Our hotel is guaranteed to be comfortable and clean, providing you with everything you need for a good night’s sleep. All the rooms at the Days Inn Stafford have great quality made up beds, tea/coffee making facilities, a flat screen TV and en suite bathrooms.
On site, guests can also enjoy free Wi-Fi access. In the morning during your stay, our Stafford hotel sets out a vast array of breakfast options with everything from continental and full English breakfasts to snacks and coffee in Costa. To book your stay at our Stafford hotel, simply use our reservations form at the top left of every page. Once you're all booked in, leave the paper work to us and relax in the thought that the hotel in Stafford will be ready for your arrival.
National Memorial Arboretum
A peaceful and solemn walk around the memorial gardens gives you the opportunity to remember those who have fallen in the many world conflicts of history. Spend time walking between the monuments and flower gardens and stop at the cafe for refreshments. Parking is £3, entry is a £5 recommended donation.
The stained glass windows and impressive architecture on show at this beautiful cathedral will leave you in awe. A plethora of history surrounds the church, which also offers lectures and workshops throughout the year as well as Christmas music events.
A great place to walk the dog or take the mountain bike out for a spin, this large area consists of beautiful woodlands, conifers and heathland and was designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty back in 1958. It boasts a range of wildlife, birds and free roaming deer so is an ideal escape. The area also doubles as an open air music venue and has played host to Jools Holland, Status Quo, The Feeling and The Zutons in the past. There are two visitor centres for you to find out more information and grab a drink.
Gladstone Pottery Museum
Take a few hours out of your day to visit this great exhibition highlighting the long established pottery trade in the area. Explore the working lives of the potteries as demonstrators talk you through the processes and lives surrounding the artform. The toilets gallery is a popular attraction there are lots of archive films and displays to keep you amused.
Another jewel in Staffordshire's crown is the park and gardens at Trentham. Enjoy the children's play area with the family or take the train or boat trips around the lake. There are a variety of cafes and restaurants on-site to choose from, so you won't be short of something eat or drink after your walk.
Alton Towers Theme Park & Resort
One of the more famous attractions of the region, you would do well to visit the huge theme park, gardens and aqua resort that make up Alton Towers. Set in the village of Alton, it features high speed thrills, monorail and gardens with plenty of rides and activities for younger families.
Drayton Manor Park
Another theme park worth a vist, this one caters much more for the younger families with more rides available to younger children including Thomas land and their own on-site zoo.