We stayed for 1 night to attend a wedding reception at the Ashes. The room was lovely and quite spacious. We found the owners incredibly friendly and very efficient. Comfy bed tastefully decorated room and a fab breakfast. The lift to and from the venue was a lovely gesture.The little extras that are often missing from b&b s were very much appreciated, a tea towel to dry the cups, plenty of tea and coffee so we could have more than 1 cup , tissues on the dressing table and a pre ordered breakfast, fresh hot and very tasty. We would definitely stay again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A quiet country house guest house in very secluded wooded surroundings but very close to the main A53 road between Stoke-on-Trent and Leek. Excellent standard of rooms ... One large family triple en-suite, three double en-suite and one twin with its own adjacent private bathroom and toilet. All rooms have flat screen Freesat TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Large exclusive guest lounge with inglenook fireplace. Small library of books free to borrow for guests and Kindle reader for free loan. FREE wifi throughout the accommodation. Very close to Peak District for walking and easy access to the Potteries and to the market town of Leek (the "Queen of the Moorlands"). We are very proud of our record for outstanding value, cleanliness and hospitality as shown by our extensive range of Trip Advidor reviews. Please note the regular compliments about our marvelous breakfasts! Chris & Reg Aldridge ... more less