As the largest city in Staffordshire and the home of British pottery, Stoke-on-Trent is a city with plenty to offer. Boasting award-winning visitor attractions, Stoke-on-Trent has a great range of activities so there’s truly something for everyone.
Hotels in Stoke-on-Trent are ideal for exploring this historic city and the neighbouring towns and they’re well connected to direct transport routes to the North. Stay here and you can take in everything from the excellent Potteries Museum and Art Gallery to the thrilling rides at Alton Towers.
Hotels in Stoke on Trent
Our Stoke Talke hotel is closest to the city centre and all the big attractions. Nearby Newcastle-under-Lyme with its New Vic Theatre, Old Street Alehouse and Revolution nightclub offers a more intimate feel compared with its larger urban neighbour.
If you need a base close to good transport links, then our Stafford M6 hotel is a short drive from the city centre, and well located to get you out on the road in no time at all.
Things to do near Stoke on Trent
When in Stoke, visit the Gladstone Pottery Museum and do as the Potters do: practice your own pottery-making skills while learning about the history, culture and the identity of the City. And don’t miss the nearby award-winning Wedgwood Museum; it boasts first-class exhibits and was recently awarded a UK Art Fund Prize.
Thrill seekers should seek out the theme parks at Waterworld or Alton Towers, famous throughout the UK for their rides and rollercoasters. If football’s your thing, then try and catch a game at Britannia Stadium where at the weekend you might even catch Stoke City FC playing in the Barclays Premier League. If you’re just planning to relax and unwind with some family time, then take a stroll through Trentham Leisure Park, with its monkey forest and acres of open space to run around in.