Great National Newcastle-under-Lyme Hotel

Great National Newcastle-under-Lyme Hotel
Clayton Lodge Clayton Road, Newcastle Under Lyme, West Midlands, ST5 4AF

Ramada Newcastle-under-Lyme lies in a quiet setting within its own grounds, only 5 minutes from the M6 junction 15. The hotel is a perfect venue for your overnight accommodation, fine dining in 2 on site restaurants, wedding celebrations, corporate conferences, sales seminars and private events catering up to 250 people.The hotel has 50 bedrooms, all ensuite, having high speed WiFi internet access, satellite tv's, radio, direct dial telephone, trouser press, hairdryer, iron and ironing board. Family rooms and a luxury suite are available upon request and of course there is 24hr room service available.The hotel is close to Newcastle u Lyme with its impressive Georgian Buildings and having a history that can be traced back for nearly 1000 years, has a market that dates back to 1173 and open 6 days a week, just outside the town is The New Vic, the first purpose built 'theatre in the round' in Europe offering classic and modern plays and outstanding concert performancesStoke, the world famous Potteries, is a short drive away, the breathtaking scenery and rugged grandeur of the Peak District is also a short drive away, plus world renowned pottery manufacturers such as Wedgewood and Royal Doulton locally with relevant museums and information centres nearby.The Trentham Estate is nearby and offers an exciting day out, it's undergoing a £100million regeneration to create a truly unique experience for visitors, there is a Shopping Village, Englands largest garden restoration project along with boat trips on the lake, outdoor events, and a fantastic Monkey Forest.The World Famous Alton Towers theme park is a short drive away it features white knuckle roller coaster rides such as Oblivion, Nemesis, Rita Queen of Speed, along with younger children's rides plus absolutely magnificent gardens, a fabulous day out for all ages.

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