Slindon House

AA 4 STAR BED AND BREAKFAST and AA Breakfast Award

"A warm welcome awaits you on this working farm"

Situated in the tiny village of Slindon on the A519 and ideally located between M6 junctions 14 and 15 for an overnight break or longer stay. Excellent breakfast. Singles welcome.

Prices from £30 per person per night sharing. Twin en-suite, double private bathroom.

Mrs Helen Bonsall
Slindon House
ST21 6LX

Tel: 01782 791 327

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Nearby Attractions

Mill Meece Pumping Station
"Take a step back in time and experience the sight, sound and smell of two powerful steam engines" 

Mill Meece Pumping Station has supplied water to the communities of Stoke and Newcastle since 1914. The Gentle Giants were replaced by electric pumps in 1979, but these horizontal steam engines have been preserved for your enjoyment. Also come along and enjoy one of many rally events held in the grounds of the station. 

Open for static viewing most Sundays 1pm to 5pm.
In Steam event days 11am to 5pm. Adults £4.50, children/senior citizens £3.50, children under 5 years old FREE.

Refreshments in steam, picnic area. Disabled access and toilets. Sorry no dogs allowed in buildings.
2.1 km from Slindon House

Nestling in the beautiful Sow Valley, the historical town of Eccleshall is well worth a visit, with an assortment of shops, restaurants and public houses, Fletcher’s Garden Centre, and model railway. The town has 130 public footpaths, many historic buildings and the beautiful 13th century Holy Trinity Church.

3.4 km from Slindon House
Izaak Walton's Cottage

"This charming 16th Century thatched cottage was once owned by Izaak Walton, the celebrated author of the Compleat Angler, and has witnessed over three hundred years of rural life"

Nestled in beautiful countryside, between Stafford and Eccleshall, its tranquil environment is perfect for a quiet, rewarding afternoon, and will be of interest to anglers and non anglers alike. It offers a marvellous insight into the history of fishing and the literary talent of Stafford's famous son. 
Enjoy the Medieval herb and rose gardens and picnic in the heart of Staffordshire's countryside.
There is an events programme in the summer months and a school and group programme available on request. The ground floor shop has a range of gifts, souvenirs and local arts and crafts.
Please call before visiting to check seasonal opening hours. FREE admission with the exception of some events.
6.1 km from Slindon House
Come Into Play
Come Into Play is a totally unique play experience with a bespoke purpose built timber structure and three separate play areas for all ages. There's fun for all with a completely padded area for new-borns and under-twos and rope bridges, towers to climb, tunnels to crawl through, slides to race down, a nest swing to sway on and ball cannons to blast for the more adventurous!
7.1 km from Slindon House
Stonefield Park

Stonefield Park is a Green Flag award winning park tucked away in a traditional residential area in the heart of Stone and only a 10 minute walk north of the town centre. The park was opened in 1928 and contained formal flowerbeds, a bandstand two grassed tennis courts and a bowling green. With the exception of the bandstand these features still remain today.

7.7 km from Slindon House
Stone Leisure Centre

We welcome both members and non-members to use our facilities.

Our memberships include access to our gym, swimming and fitness classes across both Stafford and Stone Leisure Centres. Whether you are looking to reach your goal in the gym, go for a swim or push yourself and workout with others in our group fitness classes, our membership includes it all!

7.8 km from Slindon House
Trentham Monkey Forest

Trentham Monkey Forest is the only place in the UK where you can actually walk amongst 140 Barbary macaques roaming free in 60 acres of beautiful English forest. You will be mesmerised as you watch the monkeys playing in the trees and on the ground and don't be surprised if they stroll on the path straight in front of you - there are no bars or barriers here and visitors become totally engrossed in the monkeys lives. 

It’s the perfect family day out for all ages and the fantastic setting allows visitors to see natural behaviour, just like watching the monkeys in the wild. Guides are always at hand to explain the monkey antics and feeding talks take place every hour.

See website for seasonal opening times and prices.

7.9 km from Slindon House
Alleynes Sports Centre
The indoor facilities include a 25m six-lane swimming pool, a four badminton court sports hall, two glass-backed squash courts, a state-of-the-art coach education suite and a small meeting room. The outside facilities comprise of a full sized synthetic pitch, a range of grass pitches, and tennis courts.All of the sports facilities have individual changing accommodation.
There is a diverse programme of activities to suit all ages and tastes that is continually being reviewed and developed.
Open Monday to Friday 7.15am to 9.30pm, Saturday and Sunday 8am to 4.30pm.
8.3 km from Slindon House
Stone Food & Drink Festival

Taking place the first weekend of October every year, Staffordshire's biggest gastronomic gathering offers something for foodies of all ages.

From midday Friday right through to Sunday evening there will be plenty to keep the whole family entertained on the main Westbridge Park site, the festival Farmers' Market graces the High Street on Friday and Saturday and the town's pubs, restaurants and hotels also get involved with special festival offers and events that range from cook-offs to themed meals.

9.1 km from Slindon House
Aston Marina
We are a family business with a focus on quality. We've created this idyllic waterside haven for food lovers and moorers alike.

We have a passion for great food that is locally sourced and delivered the way you like it by a friendly and professional team.  You can choose to dine in our new award-winning restaurant - No.26,  or enjoy a drink at our stylish bar and outdoor seating area, with panoramic waterside views.

We also offer our beautifully appointed Boathouse venue for private hire, whether it be a wedding, anniversary or corporate event.

We have created this idyllic location which offers superb conference and events facilities offering a tranquil waterside retreat perfect for creating the right ambience for an inspirational and memorable meeting or event.
For those mooring at Aston Marina, we've invested heavily to create a picturesque setting with premium facilities whether you're passing through or staying long term.
Opening Details | Mon - Sat 09:00 - 21:00 | Sunday  - 09:00 - 20:00

Specialty: Local Food

9.1 km from Slindon House
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