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Welcome to Premier Inn Stafford North - Spitfire

Address: 1 Spitfire Close, Stafford, ST16 1GX

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Premier Inn Stafford North (Spitfire) has free parking, 24-hour reception, family-friendly rooms and excellent access to the M6 motorway Some of the comfortable rooms at Premier Inn can accommodate 2 adults and 2 children (under 16 years). The 2 children are also served a free full breakfast, when accompanied by an adult eating a full breakfast. The full all-you-can-eat breakfast includes cooked items, vegetarian options and a wide continental selection. Premier Inn Stafford North (Spitfire) is next to the Redhill Brewers Fayre restaurant, serving a traditional menu in a cosy environment.

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Stafford College - University

Stafford College - University

Distance 1.85 miles (2.95 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.

Barlaston Golf Club - Stone - Golf

Barlaston Golf Club - Stone - Golf

Distance 6.08 miles (9.72 km)
Barlaston golf Club nestles alongside the River Trent just south of Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire. It is about 1 hour drive from Birmingham or Manchester. Designed by Peter Alliss in 1977, Barlaston Golf Course is described as a little beauty. Many societies from the West Midlands, Liverpool and Manchester have already discovered Barlaston when looking for a break. The course, a par 68 over 5,800 yards long, never plays the same on morning and afternoon rounds, so don't expect an easy day. Take a look at some of the Super Challenges that face you in the rolling meadow land at Barlaston.