The Old School Keele B & B
The Old School has 2 guest bedrooms. A double with ensuite shower room, and a twin/double with private bathroom. Each room has been individually decorated and the double has a more modern feel, although the original features such as the fireplaces have been retained in both rooms. Each room has an LCD TV with integral DVD & CD player, and guests are welcome to borrow our DVDs during their stay.
Wireless internet access is available free of charge.
Breakfast caters for all tastes, from a light meal to a full English breakfast, including the local delicacy of Staffordshire oatcakes. Not to be confused with their scottish namesakes!
We serve as much local produce as possible, and organic and fairtrade products are used where possible.
A range of coffees and teas is available for our guests, including fruit and green teas.
The picturesque rural village of Keele has everything you would expect, including a spired church and a pub. The surrounding area has much to offer including walks in the countryside.
We are perfectly situated for those visiting Keele University, either on courses or visiting family and friends. The Potteries are close by, and you can spend a day visiting shops such as Wedgwood, Moorcroft and Churchill China. The Trentham Estate with its popular Monkey Forest is close by, and Cudmore Fisheries provides excellent fishing facilities.
The New Victoria Theatre, The Regent Theatre and Victoria Hall are also within easy reach. There are several museums in the area, including the Eturia Industrial Museum.
The Peak District, Welsh Borders and the cities of Birmingham and Manchester are also only about an hour away.
From Keele Chester and Nantwich are easily accessible, as is the popular retail outlet at Cheshire Oaks.
When you get back to Keele there are many delightful local country pubs for you to enjoy an evening meal, a wide range of restaurants in Newcastle-under-Lyme and Stoke-on-Trent, to cater for every taste.
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This page was last updated: 09 February 2016