Amerton Farm

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Stowe by Chartley
ST18 0LA

Amerton Farm, Amerton

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At Amerton Farm we pride ourselves in offering a warm Staffordshire welcome and a farmhouse breakfast to remember. Eunice Bill & family are happy to share their home with Bed & Breakfast vistors as they enjoy meeting people and believe in offering good customer service. We are looking forward to hearing from you or meeting you in the near future at Amerton.

See you soon. Eunice & Bill (Finney)

Amerton Farm is situated in superb Staffordshire countryside and is easy to access by road and rail. Amerton Farmhouse dates from 1793 has log fires oak beams and offers a friendly and comfortable family atmosphere for Bed & Breakfast. There is a guest lounge and dining room situated on the ground floor and the first floor of the house is used totally for Bed & Breakfast visitors.

The third floor of the house is private and provides bedrooms for the family; we also have a separate private sitting room on the ground floor. We have a spacious garden ample car parking space and free wifi just ask for the code on arrival. There is a Complementary Therapy Centre at the Farmhouse which is run by Eunice who uses Essential Oils Aromatherapy Massage Reflexology & Manipulation to aid the wellbeing of her clients.

Eunice specialises in neck & back problems. She also provides a range of essential oils for use during pregnancy and labour. Check out our website: Amerton is an ideal base to visit Alton Towers Drayton Manor Park Wedgwood the Potteries Staffordshire County Showground Uttoxeter Racecourse Sandon Hall Weston Hall Shugborough Lichfield Cannock Chase Trentham Gardens Monkey Forest and other places of interest.

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From: £42.00

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