Best Western Tillington Hall Hotel

With a choice of 91 comfortable well appointed bedrooms, flexible conference & events facilities to suit all requirements and a lounge, bar and restaurant to take care of your taste buds you'll have everything you need during your stay or stop-over. 
 
Every visit to BEST WESTERN Tillington Hall Hotel starts with a warm welcome and ends with an even warmer goodbye. Whether you're here for a day or a stay, well do our best to make your time with us extra special. 
Andrew Sanders
Best Western Tillington Hall Hotel
Eccleshall Road
Stafford
Staffordshire
ST16 1JJ

Tel: 01785 5253531
E-Mail: sales@tillingtonhall.co.uk
Web: www.tillingtonhall.co.uk

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The Barbanell Conference Centre
Owned by the Spiritualists' National Union, a religious charity, the Centre is easily accessible by road or rail being 20 minutes walk from the main railway station and located on the A34. The Centre is an excellent venue to hold those important meetings, team building exercises or a private celebration. The Centre is fully accessible for people with disabilities.
0.8 km from Best Western Tillington Hall Hotel
The Stafford Jazz Society
Weekly live jazz concerts 9 months of the year featuring professional UK and International touring bands. Good-time jazz at its happy-sounding, foot-tapping best. Styles range from Traditional, New Orleans, Dixieland, Swing, Mainstream, Big Band to Jazz Violin. 
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Broad Eye Windmill

The 200 year old Broad Eye Windmill is one of Stafford's most distinctive buildings. Built in 1796 using stone reclaimed from the early Shire Hall this magnificent romantic building has seen many changes during it's long history.


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Stafford Indoor Market
In Stafford Indoor Market you will find an abundance of stalls offering a wide variety of goods.

From wrapping paper to cards for all occasions, antiques and jewellery to beauty products and services, household goods, wool and fabrics, clothing plus much much more.

You will also find a great selection of fresh fruit and vegetables, meats and cheeses. Sweets for the children. Gift ideas for all ages including treats for your pets!

For that well deserved break, visit the Market Café for a warming beverage and a bite to eat!

Stafford Market is located in the heart of Stafford Town Centre and can be accessed from the Guildhall Shopping Centre, Chapel Street and Broad Street. Parking is available nearby and local buses are within easy walking distance.

Opening Hours
Tuesday and Thursday: 9am - 4.30pm 
Friday and Saturday: 9am - 5pm

Did You Know?
The original was held on Saturdays only on the Market Square. In 1853 the Butter Market was built at the rear of the Guildhall for the country people to stand with farm produce for sale. In 1912 the market was opened on Tuesday, principally for the sale of farm produce which developed into a small general market.

In 1927 the council extended the General Market from 9000 to 14700 square feet. In 1935 the old Guildhall and Market entrance were demolished and on the site a new Guildhall and Arcade entrance were erected.

1.9 km from Best Western Tillington Hall Hotel
Guildhall Shopping Centre
The Guildhall Shopping Centre is located in the heart of the county town of Stafford, lying 26 miles north of Birmingham between Junctions 13 and 14 of the M6 thus providing excellent links to all parts of the country.

The Centre comprises a total of approximately 157,000 square ft (14,585 sq metres) of gross lettable retail area and incorporates Stafford's Market Hall which has a gross lettable area of approximately 23,000sq ft (2,137 sq metres). Malls and common areas of the shopping centre measure approximately 9,687 sq ft (900 sq metres).

The Centre was officially opened by HRH The Princess Royal on 10th June 1991.

The multi-storey car park is made up of 5 levels providing 255 car parking spaces (including 6 disabled spaces and 8 parent and child spaces) and provides instant access to the shopping malls.

The Guildhall was originally developed and owned by the Standard Life Assurance Company and the architects for the scheme were Fitch Benoy. Standard Life sold the Guildhall Shopping Centre to Tops Estates in March 2000 and it was subsequently sold to Land Securities in December 2004, then to Glanmore Properties in September 2005.  Finally it was sold to Edinburgh House in September 2014.

Edinburgh House purchased and took over the day to day management of the scheme in February 2016.

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Stafford Gatehouse Theatre
Stafford Gatehouse Theatre is an accessible, thriving venue, which offers a wide range of modern facilities in the heart of Stafford.  It houses the town's Visitor Information Centre and a coffee shop offering freshly baked cakes. 

Throughout its season the theatre welcomes a variety of touring professional shows, amateur productions and some of the biggest names on the British comedy circuit. It is also home to Stafford's only official comedy club which is hosted in its MET Studio. Stafford Gatehouse Theatre produces a professional pantomime each Christmas and one of Europe's largest open air Shakespeare festivals.

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Stafford's History & Haunts Tours
Take a guided tour around Stafford town centre to discover some of the historic and haunting facts. 

Two tours available, Stafford's History or Haunts. Group bookings, £3.70 per person for one tour or £5.40 per person for a combined tour. 
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The Bear Grill
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Our doors are open Monday to Saturday from 11am to 11pm.
Food Service Monday to Thursday from 11am to 3pm and 5pm to 9pm, Friday and Saturday 11am to 9.30pm.
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St. Chad's Church
"In the heart of the County Town St Chad's is a real gem."  

It dates from the 12th Century and is full of atmosphere and mysterious carvings - beaked heads, green men and an inscription that may reveal its founder.  

Sympathetically restored by the Victorians, the architect Gilbert Scott, was inspired to design its wonderful west end and Hardmans of Birmingham created the window in the side chapel.  An example of their work from the twenty first century depicting St Chad is also over the west door. 

Knowledgeable stewards will guide you around if you wish.
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Ancient High House
"Four hundred years of history are waiting to be discovered within the walls of England's largest timber framed town house"  

Step inside and embark on a journey from Elizabethan days through the turbulent Civil War era to the more refined Edwardian period. With hands on activities, children's games and quizzes there's something for all the family, as well as an exciting range of events and workshops throughout the year. An interesting programme of displays by regional artists takes place in two gallery spaces and a changing history exhibition gives you the opportunity to view a range of artefacts not generally on public display. 

There is a school and group tour programme and occasional themed tours, talks and workshops to support the history exhibitions.

The ground floor shop offers a wide range of gifts, local crafts, souvenirs, traditional toys, local crafts and local history books. Visit Staffordshire Gifts http://www.staffordshiregifts.org.uk/categories/ancient-high-house.php to buy online.

Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 4pm. FREE admission, with the exception of some events and workshops.

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