The Cottage Bed And Breakfast.
Situated on the edge of Cannock Chase forest AONB, area of outstanding natural beauty, lies the village of Huntington, on the A34, in its heart is The Cottage, a well preserved old building, dating back to 1774, which became a B&B 12 yrs ago.
There are 6 lovely bedrooms, 5 have en-suits, all have tea/coffee facilities, hairdryers, freeview TV, there is also a small bar, and Wifi access, ample car parking and gardens.
Enjoy a full English breakfast, or a light continental one in our dining room, or conservatory.
There are 2 excellent pubs with good food, only 5 mins walk away. The market town of Cannock is only 5minutes drive away, along with its market; it has plenty of shops, pubs, a cinema, a theatre, and restaurants to suit every taste. Stafford, is the main town in this area and is steeped in history, with its roman ruins, Norman castle, and Tudor buildings thereís lots to see. Penkridge, only 7 minutes away, has that quaint village appeal with its farmers market and canalside pubs, a great day out.
Lichfield, another historic place, only 20 minutes away. Birmingham, Englandís second city, can be reached in half an hour, A stones throw from the cottage, you can go pony trekking, or mountain biking in the forest, or swing through the trees at the Go Ape centre, learn how to make a longbow in the morning, and have an archery lesson in the afternoon, there is also a dive centre close by, or book a relaxing daytrip on our beautiful narrowboat and enjoy peace and tranquillity at a slow pace, thereís so many more things to do or see,just ask Steve when you arrive at The Cottage.
Whether you travel by plane, train, or car, its easy to get here! Birmingham, East midlands, or Manchester airports are only an hour away. Train stations at all the local towns, And for the driver, M6 junctions 11, 12, or 13 are near, and the M6toll or A5 are even closer, sat-nav, WS12 4PF, or phone us on 01543 468984.
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This page was last updated: 01 November 2010