Lichfield Hotels

Lichfield is Staffordshire's premier heritage city, it is steeped in history and alive with action, it is set within beautiful country landscapes and is recognised as one of the most creative counties in the UK and is found just north of Birmingham. It is here visitors will be delighted by the fine array of extravagant Lichfield Hotels that are specifically structured to suit the business guest, the family group, the visiting historian and the adventurer.

It is a small city found 110 miles northwest of London, 15 miles north east of Wolverhampton and 20 miles southwest of Derby. It is famous for its three spired Cathedral and lies in picturesque countryside on a small stream running eastward to the Trent, with low hills to the east and the south.

The town has been home to a number of famous people including the writer Samuel Johnson and his great friend actor David Garrick, Erasmus Darwin grandfather of Charles Darwin, himself a great thinker and inventor found sanctuary here. In 1830 the musician Muzio Clementi lived for a time after his retirement in a large house off Stafford Road and is now known as the Hedgehog public house.

The town is packed with lots to see and do from adventures of Drayton Manor to the serenity of the National Memorial Arboretum there is something to suit all tastes and all budgets and the Lichfield Hotels offer excellent location providing easy access to all that the city has to offer. The cityscape is described through a variety of architectural styles from stylised modern architecture to grand heritage buildings home to legends and tales many boasting their own ghosts. To understand more of the town's history the Lichfield Heritage Centre and the Lichfield Heritage Trail offers the secrets to its hidden past.

Edward Wightman is infamous as he was the last person to be burnt at the stake and it was here in Lichfield in the Market Place on the 11th April in 1612. The town represents a far more positive outlook through its many creative fathers and provides for its visitors exciting historic adventures.

The Lichfield Hotels are found edging the town canvassed by idyllic country scapes on acres of manicured grounds home to parklands and landscaped gardens offering English country pursuits including fishing, horse riding, hiking and walking. The Grand Country hotels are approached via avenues of trees to impressive entrances home to oil paintings, antique furniture, floor to ceiling windows draped in rich velvets hosting panoramic views and warm welcomes.

The grand Hotels present en suite rooms and honeymoon suites individually decorated and presenting seating and dining areas, master bedrooms present four poster beds and canopied beds, lavish bathrooms offer deluxe pampering and signature toiletries. It is here that many young couples choose to celebrate wedding receptions in the opulent ballrooms that spill onto flowered terraces and fine green lawns.

Town centre presents ancient coaching Inns restored to offer unique accommodations, bedrooms individually designed and decorated, reception areas home to log fires and low slung ceilings, uneven floors and deeply comfortable lounging furniture. Flanking the main roads accessing the town are modern business and commuter hotels these provide convenience and easy access, their interiors host modern design and top of the range technology and entertainment systems.

All day eateries provide substantial buffets and take away menus and offer families children's menus, a host of conference and convention facilities are provided as are business centres. The Lichfield Hotels offer traditional Bars and trendy wines bars and late night entertainment, coffee bars provide breakfasts, aromatic coffees, fresh pastries, daily papers and relaxed ambiences.

The Lichfield Hotels host the perfect sanctuary to suit all providing comfort and memories and guaranteeing returns.
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