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Welcome to Premier Inn Uttoxeter

Address: Derby Road, A518/A50, Uttoxeter, ST14 5AA

Hotel Description

On the edge of Uttoxeter this Premier Inn has easy access to the A50, and the M6 and M1. The hotel is ideal for Uttoxeter Racecourse, Alton Towers and JCB headquarters. Premier Inn Uttoxeter has everything you'd expect: comfy beds in every room, free parking and an on-site Table Table restaurant. Some rooms at Premier Inn can take 2 adults and up to 2 children (under 16 years). The 2 children also get a free full breakfast when accompanied by an adult eating a full breakfast. The full all-you-can-eat breakfast has the expected cooked items, including vegetarian sausages, as well as a wide continental selection.

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Uttoxeter Racecourse - Uttoxeter - Racecourse

Uttoxeter Racecourse - Uttoxeter - Racecourse

Distance 0.97 miles (1.55 km)
The racecourse was built in 1904 and opened by a company formed to take over the interests and licence of Keele Park racecourse, which had recently ceased to operate. The First World War closed down all racing throughout the country. Racing resumed in 1921. During the Second World War the course was requisitioned by the War Department and no racing took place. The Uttoxeter Urban Council purchased the racecourse and it re-opened on April 12, 1952. With a crowd of 12,000, the meeting was so successful that the organisers were almost overwhelmed. In 1988 Northern Racing acquired the course with Sir Stanley Clarke as Chairman. In the last ten years there has been phenomenal investment in facilities and customer care.

Sudbury Hall - Historical Houses

Sudbury Hall - Historical Houses

Distance 3.96 miles (6.33 km)
The ideal family day out - an intriguing house, an entertaining museum and a restful garden. Home of the Vernon family until gifted to the Trust in 1967, the Hall is an unexpected mixture of architectural styles, with remarkable carvings, plasterwork and painting. Richly decorated, it has a collection of family portraits and a magnificent carved staircase. The formal gardens and meadows lead to the tree-fringed lake. See Queen Adelaide's stately bedroom, Try a cream tea in the tea room, Browse in the gift shop, Walk the fabulous long gallery of more than 138 feet, Walk in the grounds to look for wild life - Sudbury is home to Kestrels, Grey Herons, Grass Snakes, dragon flies, newts, frogs, toads, Little and Tawny Owls and Woodpeckers.

Alton Towers - Theme Park

Alton Towers - Theme Park

Distance 5.43 miles (8.68 km)
Alton Towers was purchased by The Tussauds Group in 1990. In 2005 It was brought up when the DIC investment group purchased The Tussauds Group. Today it is notable for its extreme rides, including Nemesis, a roller coaster in which people hang with their legs dangling down (or up as the case may be), and Oblivion, the worlds first vertical drop rollercoaster. The oldest rollercoaster at the site is Corkscrew built in 1980, a ride with two inversions which many riders find uncomfortable due to its rough track. Billed as the first of its kind, Air is a rollercoaster, unusual in that finders find themselves suspended horizontally facing down, as though flying. This is known as a flying roller coaster. Inside the towers is the ride Hex, a surreal attraction which is based on a local legend about a chained oak, it is one of Staffordshires great legends.