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Premier Inn Stafford North Spitfire
1 Spitfire Close ST16 1GX Stafford United Kingdom
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Description Premier Inn Stafford North Spitfire
The Premier Inn Stafford North (Spitfire) is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests to Stafford. All hotel's guestrooms have all the conveniences expected in a hotel in its class to suit guests' utmost comforts. Each guestroom features amenities such as non smoking rooms, desk, hair dryer, television, shower, separate shower and tub. This Stafford accommodation contains all of the facilities and conveniences you would expect from a hotel in its class. This hotel is characterized by a combination of modern comfort and traditional element of Stafford, making it a distinct accommodation. To reserve a room at the Premier Inn Stafford North (Spitfire), simply select your dates of stay and fill in our secure online booking form.
Chester Cathedral began its life as the St Werburgh's Abbey church, which was part of a Benedictine monastery that dates back to 1093. The present church that is dedicated to Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary dates from between the 10th and 15th centuries with some of the original Norman features still visible today despite many modifications over the centuries. There is evidence that the site was used as a place of worship dating back to Roman times.
Following the dissolution of the monasteries under the reign of King Henry VIII this was one of the few religious buildings in England to survive. Instead of it being destroyed it was handed over the city and became the cathedral church of the city following the newly created Diocese of Chester in 1540.
Chester Cathedral is open for visiting daily from 9am until 5pm (Monday to Saturday) and from 1pm until 4pm (Sunday).
Admission charges are:
Adult - £5.00 (6 Euros)
Senior Citizens - £4.00 (5 Euros)
Child (under 16) - £2.50 (3 Euros)
Concessions - £4.00 (5 Euros)
The Mall Chester
A variety of shops are presented at the Mall and details of events are provided at the website. Facilities include a multi-storey car park and there is lift access for wheelchair users, baby changing facilities and a coffee shop. The Mall is open daily between 09h00 and 17h30, except on Sundays when the hours are from 11h00 to 17h00.
Consisting of 16 acres adjacent to the river Dee, Grosvenor Park dates from 1867 and offers a Victorian layout with avenues, statues and ornamental shrubs. It hosts the Summer Music Festival and other cultural events. Grosvenor Park also boasts a number of heritage features such as the Park Lodge, a statue of Richard Grosvenor, BIlly Hobby's Well, the Hermitage and various arches. More details of these sights are available at the website.
Facilities at the park include a putting green and miniature railway which offers a circuit around the lake on both steam and diesel hauled trains, as well as a cafe and picnic options. Opening hours are daily from dawn to dusk.
Peak Cavern is also known as the "Devil's Arse" and is the most natural of Castleton's four limestone caves, since it has not been extensively mined for its lead deposits. It is the largest cave in the Peak District National Park and has the largest cave entrance in Britain. This cave was home to Britain's last endemic troglodyte population, who lived in this cave system until as recently as 1915. These people made rope and tourists can now see demonstrations of their rope making methods today. Touring the Peak Cavern is only possible within a group with a guide, it is not permitted to wander through the caves freely for health and safety reasons.
Peak Cavern is open daily throughout the year from 10am until 5pm (last tours 4pm). Tours take place every hour on the hour.
Admission charges are:
Adults - £6.75 (10 Euros)
Child - £4.75 (7 Euros)
Concessions - £5.75 (8.5 Euros)
Family ticket - £20.00 (30 Euros)
Children under 5 - Free
(note to confirmer: the photo is my own)
The Merseyway Shopping Centre
The Merseyway Shopping Centre in Stockport consists of a variety of different shops, department stores and a range of eateries. The shopping centre has a range of shops including well known stores.
It is open daily and the hours are as follows:
Monday to Saturday - from 9am until 5.30pm
Sunday - from 10am until 4pm
There is a pay and display public car park located just behind the shopping centre and local transport also runs adjacent to the main shopping area.
The Merseyway Shopping Centre also hosts events throughout the year and has many activities going on throughout the summer for children in the main square.
Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre and Country Park
This site is the scene of the last major action in the war of the Roses where Henry Tudor defeated Richard III. The result of the battle saw the end of rule of England by the Plantagenets and the start of the Tudor reign. The battle was fought August 22, 1485.
Features include a battle re-enactment annually on the weekend closest to the anniversary. There is a battlefield trail, visitor center (as of summer 2007 writing undergoing renovation), restaurant and gift shop.
There is a £1.50 parking charge for cars. To visit the battlefield costs are £3.25 for adults, £2.25 for children and £8.50 for families. Open 11:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m. April to October and 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Nov and December Sundays only.