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  • "Had a really enjoyable stay. Lady on reception was a real sweetheart and excellent at her job. Beds were very comfortable, carpet could maybe do with replacing, but overall room did the trick - great tea making facilities. The breakfast room was absolutely stunning - as was the food." Denise and Norman Denise and Norman
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City Centre, Stoke On Trent Good 7.7
  • "Wonderful friendly staff all around this hotel, making it a fine place to stay if ever your visiting Stoke-on-Trent or its nearby attractions. Both the room itself and the bathroom were of a decent enough size and more importantly spotlessly clean. There was a full length mirror which went down well with the missus. The bar is fantastic, especially with a happy hour and the breakfast was delicious. Look forward to our return visit." SlimRick SlimRick
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Stoke On Trent Very Good 8.4
  • "Fantastic value for money stay at Weathervane and the staff are more that accommodating. The room was great, basic, but comfortable and clean with good quality bed and linen, powerful shower and very quiet. Breakfast was spot on and cooked to order. We would recommend to anyone wanting a short stay." Janet K Janet K
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Stoke On Trent Good 7.7
  • "The hotel is about 10 minutes from the city centre, all the staff are nice and friendly, very helpful with advice if you are new to the area as I was. My room was fine and there was a very good power shower. Breakfast throughout my short stay was good. The décor is dated for sure but that would not put me off staying again on another business trip. There is free parking and there is a bus stop outside to avoid parking in town." Martin Martin
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Stoke On Trent Pleasant 6.8
  • "Wonderful looking hotel with big rooms, just across from the station so great for when traveling by your public transport system. The staff are warm and welcoming. It has a certain charm to the place, but could do with parts coming into this century. I was only on a stay over so the price and location were the winning factors." StevieN StevieN
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Trentham Lakes, Stoke On Trent Very Good 8.5
  • "Super location with fab staff to make the hotel a more-than enjoyable stay. The rooms were well kept, clean and functional with a good quality mattress and bed linen. The food was your usual affair, with breakfast being thankfully served until 11 at weekends. Alton Towers isn't to far away and you're a stones throw from the Britannia Stadium (Stoke City FC). Looking forward to staying again on our next visit." Becks Becks
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Stoke On Trent Superb 9.2
  • "My husband and I had a lovely stay at The Upper House in Barlaston. Our room was spotless, furnished to a high standard with a wonderful Jacuzzi bath, toiletries and good refreshments. An excellent breakfast and evening meal and the surroundings are stunning. 5 stars." frank giordano frank giordano
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  • "Very good stay for the price we paid at Sneyd Arms, and the staff were welcoming. Our room was great, it had a lovely comfortable bed, good shower and was clean and tidy, if you are looking for luxury then this is not the place for you, but it’s certainly spotless. Breakfast was continental and plentiful. We would recommend to anyone wanting a short break." Paula S Paula S
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Longton, Stoke On Trent
  • "Did the job for one night's stay. Thought the staff were all helpful and friendly, hotel had a good location and parking was good. Some of the light bulbs needed replacing but room was clean and comfortable. Enjoyed the breakfast too. Overall a decent stay at Crown Hotel." Sandra Bundy-Palmer Sandra Bundy-Palmer
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Stoke On Trent Very Good 8.3
  • "We stayed here overnight while visiting Alton Towers - about a half hour drive away. We had a family room which was spacious and comfortable, including a seating area with sofa & tv. The full English breakfast was very good, the staff all friendly and helpful. There are shops and restaurants a few minutes drive away. We thought it was a very good value for money deal and will stay again on our next visit." Lythamfamilly Lythamfamilly
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City Centre, Stoke On Trent Very Good 8.3
  • "The location of the YHA was just amazing, right on the seaside. So beautiful to watch the sunrise and sunset from our window each day. Breakfast was nice and the rooms were always kept nice and tidy. Good all round I thought." klejniak klejniak
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Stoke On Trent Fabulous 8.7
  • "Stayed at Chervil as i was easy access to Stoke University Hospital where I was working. My room was really nice with good facilities and a small kitchenette with a cooker and microwave, the bed was good and the shower spotless. I ate breakfast here and found it to be delicious. The staff were really helpful, and I was grateful for the fast free WIFI. I will be staying again, thank you!" Shad Shad
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Dresden, Stoke On Trent Good 7.5
  • "Booked the Crescent Budget Hotel for two nights, ideal for short trips. Room was large, with a comfy double bed. Decent wardrobe for storage. Shared kitchen worked well for my purposes, though wouldn’t call it self-catering. Situated above a bar – can be noisy, but a friendly place. Very close to the A50, so easy to find plus there’s free parking." Des Smith Des Smith
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City Centre, Stoke On Trent Good 7.2
  • "Had a great stay. Such nice views from our room and the location was beautiful. Rooms nice and spacious with comfortable beds. Do a good breakfast. The coffee was spot on! Thanks." andrew murray andrew murray
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Shelton, Stoke On Trent Superb 9.3
  • "A very clean and comfortable Guest House with welcoming owners. Our room was very comfortable and well presented with many extras including toiletries. The breakfast was one of the best we have had in a B&B and included home made jams. Unfortunately we only had an overnight stay but will return one day to spend more time touring round the area." Joanna Joanna
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Stoke On Trent Info

Stoke is located in North Staffordshire and its history is closely linked with the country's pottery industry. The area is known as 'The Potteries' and Stoke-on-Trent remains the leader in the nation's ceramics industry. The city is also close to Newcastle-under-Lyme, Leek and Kidsgrove, while the picturesque Peak district is within easy driving distance.

Stoke-on-Trent has plenty to attract visitors. Its association with the pottery and ceramics industries makes the area particularly popular and the city boasts a number of ceramics museums including the famous Wedgwood Museum. Alton Towers, the leading family entertainment and leisure facility, is also close to the area. Another attraction to entice visitors is the 'Staffordshire Hoard', a treasure trove of Anglo Saxon artefacts claimed to be worth over £3 million. Stoke is also home to its own 'Stoke Beer and Cider Festival' that is held in October.

Stoke-on-Trent has two professional football clubs. Stoke City is one of the top teams in the country and plays at the plush Britannia Stadium while local rivals Port Vale are based at Vale Park. Fenton Manor Sports Complex is a major sports and leisure complex in the region, complete with sports halls, gym and fitness facilities.

The city's history and economy is closely entwined with the pottery and ceramics industry and it remains the largest producer of clay ware on the planet. The area has, however, diversified and its industry now includes rubber and chemical works, paper mills, textiles engineering and electronics. The city is also a leading producer of tyres. Thousands of jobs have also been created at the Festival Retail Park.

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