Blithfield Lakeside Barns

The cottages range in size from 1 to 4 bedrooms and can accommodate groups of 32 people in total and in 2 of the cottages we welcome pets by prior arrangement.  

We are situated 2 miles from the Beautiful, Historic Village of Abbots Bromley (famous for the annual horndance in September), around 10 miles from Stafford with Cannock Chase, Uttoxeter, Lichfield, Burton Upon Trent and the Peak District all within easy reach along with numerous tourist attractions.

The cottages all have oak beams, wooden floors, en suite bathrooms, fully fitted kitchens, flat screen TV's with freeview, full gas central heating and free Wi-Fi. There is ample parking in the courtyard by the cottages. We are also an ideal location for wedding receptions.

Blithfield Lakeside Barns
St Stephens Hill Farm
Admaston
Rugeley
Staffordshire
WS15 3NQ

Tel: 01889 500 234
E-Mail: blithfieldlakesidebarns@hotmail.co.uk
Web: www.blithfieldlakesidebarns.co.uk

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Nearby Attractions

Wolseley Wine Loft
Wolseley Wine Loft offers a delectable selection of over 100 wines; all hand-picked for their exceptional quality and value.

Alongside a diverse range of red, white, rose and sparking wines you'll find sherries, ports, selected spirits and beers from local Staffordshire breweries. Snacks, chocolates and some fantastic cards and gifts are also available. Meanwhile, if you are looking to host a wedding, event or party why not ask about our bar service - we offer options to suit a range of requirements.
4.5 km from Blithfield Lakeside Barns
the gallery @ Ridware Arts
"The working studio gallery of Deborah Walker RI, which offers a unique insight into not only finished artwork but also how it is made" 

'the gallery' hosts a continually changing selection of paintings by Deb, alongside paintings, original prints, ceramics, sculpture, photography, jewellery and glass by invited artists and makers. In a world of mass production the gallery has a passion for the individual and unique, with a direct link to the artist or maker. 

Whether an art lover or artist, a visit gives a stimulating experience in one of Staffordshire's most beautiful rural areas.

'the gallery' is part of Ridware Arts which offers a continuous programme of recreational classes and workshops in a variety of media in a friendly and relaxed setting. It is also home to Hunter Frames, where Ian Hunter offers a bespoke picture framing service, specialising in works on paper.  

Open Thursday to Saturday from 10am - 4pm throughout the year. At other times please telephone or email, because if we're in, we're open!

6.1 km from Blithfield Lakeside Barns
Canalside Farm Shop & Cafe
Canalside Farm, Shop and Café is located on the side of the picturesque Trent and Mersey Canal near Stafford. There are some beautiful canal and country side paths on our doorstep, as well as the opportunity to visit Shugborough Hall, a stunning Stately Home, only a 10 minute walk away. Open 7 days a week all year round, why not visit us and pick up a picnic, treat yourself to a delicious full English Breakfast, participate in one of our exciting seasonal events or 'pick your own' strawberries and raspberries during the season!
6.7 km from Blithfield Lakeside Barns
Shugborough Estate
"Journey through the historic estate of Shugborough and experience the nation's best 'upstairs downstairs' experience" 

Set in 900 acres of stunning parkland and riverside gardens with elegant mansion House, working Victorian Servants' Quarters, Georgian farm, dairy & mill and restored walled garden, which are brought to life by costumed living history characters who share their lives and powerful stories from the past with visitors. Explore Lord Lichfield's private rooms and hear the stories of one of the nation's grandest families, with NEW Shugborough Revisited.
6.9 km from Blithfield Lakeside Barns
Go Ape

The UK's No.1 Forest Adventure at Cannock...

The classic and original Go Ape experience. Fly down zip-wires, leap off the Tarzan Swing and tackle crossings whilst enjoying some of Britain's most breathtaking scenery.

Get off-road and explore the great outdoors on the latest all-terrain segways. From two legs to two wheels - for the ultimate forest experience on a rugged all-terrain Segway. It's a totally unique way to tackle the trails in the forest.

Everyone has the Go Ape spirit just waiting to be unleashed!

7.0 km from Blithfield Lakeside Barns
St Mary The Virgin Church
The present church was built by Walter Chetwynd to a design attributed to Sir Christopher Wren. This is backed up by the existence of a drawing by Sir Christopher Wren labelled Mr Chetwynd's Tower, now in a collection of Wren drawings in the Victoria and Albert Museum. Walter Chetwynd was a friend of Sir Christopher Wren and both were members of the Royal Society.
7.9 km from Blithfield Lakeside Barns
The Amerton Railway
The 1897 Bagnall steam locomotive "Isabel" is our jewel in the crown - remembered by many from her time displayed on a plinth outside Stafford station. "Isabel" is in steam to pull passenger trains on our one mile railway most Sundays and Bank Holidays from March to October, and for our Santa Specials in December. 

We also run one of our other diesel or steam engines on Saturdays and during school holidays. For our timetable and fares please visit our website.
8.2 km from Blithfield Lakeside Barns
British Wildlife Rescue Centre
The Centre is open to the public and boasts an enjoyable and educational display of British birds and animals housed in large aviaries and enclosures with living conditions that are as natural as possible. The centre is suitable for animal lovers of all ages - school and group visits are welcomed.

British Wildlife Rescue Centre is a self-funding charitable organisation; its prime aim is to rescue sick, injured and orphaned wildlife then to rehabilitate and release back to the wild. There are however, because of the nature of their injuries, wildlife that would not survive in the wild. These, together with other specimens that were bred in captivity form the core of the facility. 

The centre also takes many small pets and exotic creatures that were abandoned by previous owners; these are housed or lodged and can be seen at the centre until homes can be found.

8.2 km from Blithfield Lakeside Barns
Ingestre Orangery

Ingestre Orangery was built c1770 and stands in the grounds of Ingestre Hall. In 1960 Ingestre Hall estate was purchased from the Earl of Shrewsbury and used as a residential arts by West Bromwich Council, now known as Sandwell Council. The Orangery has been unused for many years and needs to be restored. The Friends of Ingestre Orangery aim to restore the Orangery in the grounds of Ingestre Hall to its former glory and a sustainable use by the community.

8.6 km from Blithfield Lakeside Barns
Ingestre Hall
"Ingestre Hall is a hidden gem"

A magnificent 16th Century Rose Brick Jacobean Mansion House and former home to the Earl of Shrewsbury. Set in 27 acres of Staffordshire countryside with Capability Brown landscaped gardens surrounding the house. Offering wedding and function hire and educational  'arts' programmes on a residential basis.


8.6 km from Blithfield Lakeside Barns
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