Colton House

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Rugeley, Staffordshire

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Bellamour Way, Colton
Rugeley
Staffordshire
England
WS15 3LL

Colton House, Rugeley

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Colton House is a Grade II* listed building with probably the best 4 poster bed in Staffordshire. All 11 rooms are en-suite with baths and showers and are designed with your comfort in mind; all have 21st century facilities and standards. Children 13+.

5* gold accommodation regional and national B&B winner awards for the quality of breakfasts customer service as well as several green local regional and national awards. Attractive 1.5 acre garden a quiet secluded area.

Colton House is a special place to stay providing a luxury personal service to all its guests in individually designed bedrooms some with original beamed ceilings ornate plasterwork ceilings or cast iron fireplaces. Beds are extremely comfortable and up to 6' wide. Rooms have LCD or Plasma TVs with some as big as 60" one room has its own Wii.

Freeview is standard and free Wi Fi is available anywhere in the house and parts of the garden. There is comfortable seating in each bedroom a hospitality tray and a choice of duvet or blankets/sheets. Each room has a mini bar with beer wine soft drinks water and chocolates.

Attention to detail as well as the quiet village setting ensures you have a good night?s sleep. Bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms with shower and bath some with multi jet body power showers others include one with a double ended cast iron roll top bath or another with a 5' dia. round Jacuzzi all have luxury toiletries and plush dressing gowns.

A well-stocked oak panelled bar is open 24/7 a comfortable lounge and a dining room with seating for 24. Breakfast wins awards at a local and national level with a very wide choice. Situated in a quiet village close to The National Memorial Arboretum Shugborough Alton Towers Drayton Manor the potteries Cannock Chase Lichfield etc.

Available for conferences team building or corporate events it is ideal for groups up to 30 but can accommodate 80. Companies use the secluded nature of the place to have confidential meetings / interviews or just to walk about and develop ideas with staff or others they wish to work with. For these events you can choose just a coffee or a buffet full sit down meal or for something different perhaps a hog roast.

You just have to decide and Ron & Gay will help make the event all you want it to be. With all this space and the ability to take over a whole house ideal events are small wedding receptions birthday parties and christenings.

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From: £91.00

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Shugborough - 3.6 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Lichfield Cathedral - 7.8 miles (Cathedral) Heritage Rating

Ancient High House - 8 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Stafford, St Mary's Church - 8.1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Wall Roman Site (Letocetum Baths and Museum) - 9.1 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Stafford Castle - 9.1 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Sudbury Hall - 10.1 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Catton Hall - 10.3 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Tutbury Castle - 11.5 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Tutbury, St Mary's Priory Church - 11.5 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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