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Welcome to Mercure Stafford South Hatherton House Hotel

Address: Pinfold Lane, Penkridge, Penkridge, ST19 5QP

Hotel Description

Directions: M6 Southbound Take junction 13, turn right towards Wolverhampton onto the A449 for approximately 2.5 miles, into Penkridge, turn right at the George and Fox Public House into Pinfold lane, under the railway bridge and the entrance to the hotels grounds is approximately 600 yards up on left hand side. M6 Northbound Come off at Junction 12, follow the A5 to Telford. At the first roundabout turn right onto the A449 for approximately 2.5 miles, into Penkridge, turn left at the George and Fox Public House into Pinfold lane, under the railway bridge and the entrance to the hotels grounds is approximately 600 yards up on left hand side.

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Chase Golf Club - Stafford - Golf

Chase Golf Club - Stafford - Golf

Distance 2.61 miles (4.17 km)
Enjoy a long walk in the countryside and whilst you are doing that why not play golf at the same time. The Chase Golf Club is set in quiet countryside with 18 challenging holes covering 6421 yards; this Par 72 course is ideal for both experienced golfers and those new to the game. It has excellent drainage and is open all year round. We have excellent bar facilities with restaurant meals and with the Atrium Suite available for private functions such as Conferences, Weddings and Private Parties. Excellent practice facilities featuring 20 bay floodlit driving range and shortgame greens. Varied calender of golf and social events. Let our staff take responsibility for organizing your memorable golfing event, saving you time along with all your friends and colleagues to enjoy the day.

Cannock Chase Technical College - University

Cannock Chase Technical College - University

Distance 4.43 miles (7.09 km)
Cannock Chase Technical College has progressed from an old Mining College established back in 1891 to a Technical College providing a variety of courses to serve the Chase district. The College currently has over 9,000 students of all ages from 16-96 in its classrooms. The College operates out of two campuses: the Green and the Progress Centre. The College conducts courses in Business Administration, Art & Design, Childcare, Sport and Leisure, Languages, IT, Construction, Travel and Tourism, and Catering and Hospitality.

Stafford College - University

Stafford College - University

Distance 5.69 miles (9.11 km)
Stafford College, located in Earl Street, Stafford, is a recognized centre of vocational excellence. The College caters to students who are looking for a diverse range of subjects or for vocational qualifications that would prepare them for their chosen career. The courses offered include A levels, Foundation Degree, HND and Access to Higher Education. Programs are offered in the fields of Animal Care, Art & Design, Beauty & Hairdressing, Construction, Plumbing, Hospitality, Learning Difficulties and Disabilities, and Vehicle Mechanics.

Boscobel House and the Royal Oak - Shropshire - Country Home

Boscobel House and the Royal Oak - Shropshire - Country Home

Distance 6.38 miles (10.21 km)
Boscobel House was built around 1632, when John Gifford of Whiteladies converted a timber-framed farmhouse into a hunting lodge. The Gifford family were Catholics, at a time when the religion was outlawed. Tradition holds that the true purpose of Boscobel was to serve as a secret place for the shelter of Catholics in time of need.The house was, however, destined for greater importance. Following the execution of King Charles I in 1649, his eldest son made a brave attempt to regain the throne, but his hopes were crushed at Worcester in the final conflict of the Civil War. Young Charles was forced to flee for his life. Initially, the future King Charles II set out to cross the River Severn into Wales, but found his way blocked by Cromwells patrols.