Sandon Hall offers stately extravagance in rural Staffordshire
Set in 400 acres of Staffordshire countryside, Sandon Hall is an ancestral palace.
If you're here for a wedding, the driveway that stretches almost a mile, will be enough to make you want to explore the grounds of the 19th-century country mansion. Inside the Grade II listed building you can enjoy afternoon tea in the salon or conservatory.
Surrounding Staffordshire is a landlocked county and it's consistent emerald green landscape is a rambler's dream.
Centuries of British life
A six-mile drive south of Sandon Hall is the county town of Stafford, famous for its 900-year-old castle.
Here you'll find a mixture of architecture styles, but the ones that stand out most are the black and white Tudor buildings.
Enjoy afternoon tea in one of the cottage style tearooms that sit cosily behind the black and white facade.
Close to the a 'backbone of Britain'
Connected to both the North West and South East, Sandon Hall sits about 20 minutes from the M6 Motorway, dubbed the "backbone of Britain".
Birmingham's NEC is less than hour away, and is the UK's number one exhibition centre for shows, events and conventions.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Sandon Hall? Travelodge Stafford Central Hotel is just a 15 minute drive or Travelodge Stafford M6 Hotel is just over 10 miles away.