Standing on the eastern banks of the River Sow, the imposing 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.
Now home to the online community station "Stafford Radio", Broad Eye Windmill is gradually being refurbished to form an industrial museum and heritage centre. Artefacts and photographs relating to the Windmill and Stafford's industrial past form a variety of informative displays within the historic listed building.
AA 2 STAR HOTEL
"Our desire is that every guest should receive entire satisfaction during their stay at the Abbey Hotel."
The Abbey is a family run hotel offering a warm, friendly atmosphere. Originally private residences built in the late 1880s, which have been tastefully and comprehensively converted into high standard accommodation. Our ongoing refurbishment programme is sympathetic to the building's character.
Single, double, twin and family rooms, all en suite. Children very welcome. All rooms with flat screen digital TV (freeview), telephone, tea and coffee, and Wi-Fi.
AA 3 STAR GUEST HOUSE
A large Victorian town house offering first class accommodation and breakfast, with a relaxed, warm and friendly atmosphere for guests to enjoy.
Located on the A34 with easy access from junction 13 and 14 of the M6 motorway, and few minutes walk from Stafford town centre.
Prices from £35 per person per night. 9 rooms - single, twin, double and family, all en-suite.
Facilities available for small daytime conferences and meetings, and evening function room hire for private parties from 40 to 120 people.