Littywood Manor

Beautiful  14th Century double moated Manor house situated in its own grounds - private parking and only 4.5 miles from Stafford town centre and close to M6 Junction 13 and many  local attractions.

Guests have the use of the beamed dining room for breakfast and private lounge for relaxing in the evenings. We have a fully licenced bar for guest  use. 

Sue Bradshaw
Littywood Manor
Bradeley
Stafford
Staffordshire
ST18 9DW

Tel: 01785 780234
E-Mail: a.bradshaw3@btinternet.com
Web: www.littywoodmanorcountryaccommodation.com

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Nearby Attractions

Littywood Manor Private Meeting Rooms
Two Private meeting rooms in a listed Manor House located in rural Staffordshire just 4 miles from Stafford town centre with easy access to M6 road and rail links.
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Stafford Castle & Visitor Centre
Uncover the secrets of the site through Norman times, the medieval period, the English Civil War, right up to the present day. Explore over 26 acres which includes the Keep (open during visitor centre opening hours), inner bailey, outer bailey, woodland, herb garden and visitor centre. 

There is an exciting programme of events throughout the year, ranging from historical occasions to family fun days. 
FREE entry with the exception of some events.
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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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Get Walking Stafford
Get Walking Keep Walking Stafford covers walking routes around local community centres and churches.

These walking routes will provide you with short walks that are suitable for individuals and families.

Visit the website and download the walking routes.
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Staffordshire Wildlife Trust - The Wolseley Centre
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Stafford Cheese and Ale Festival
The Stafford Cheese & Ale Festival will take place in the beautiful Market Square, in the heart of the County Town, on Friday 16th and Saturday 17th June 2017.
 
The festival has had a phenomenal four years, surpassing everyone's expectations, last year just over 45,000 people visited the town over the 2 days and local businesses reported excellent increases in trade.
 
Due to the festivals huge success, for the fourth year we are once again running the event over 2 days.
 
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Big Local App Stafford
The Big Local App is a really useful, smartphone app bringing together local businesses, local news, events and information, making it a must-have app for members of the local community. 

Visit Stafford's mini app can be found under the Tourist Information button on the home page.

Big Local App for iPhone® and iPod touch® is available to download now for free from the App Store. Visit the iTunes store from your computer, or mobile device to download now! Big Local App for AndroidT is available at market.android.com
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Ancient High House
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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.

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Stafford Indoor Market
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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.

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Stafford's History & Haunts Tours
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