Welcome to High Meadows Guest house near Stafford bed and breakfast and accommodation.
High Meadows Guest House, bed and breakfast in Great Heywood Stafford, Staffordshire is to be found in the charming village of Great Haywood and offers bed and breakfast and accommodation central to Great Heywood, Litchfield, Stafford and all parts of Staffordshire.
Adjacent to Shugborough Hall the country park and stately Home of Lord Litchfield, now owned by the National Trust.This Edwardian, Stafford bed and breakfast and guest house offering luxurious accommodation has been styled on the Arts & crafts period using many designs from William Morris, Vosey and Mackintosh, and furnished throughout with antiques from the early 19th Century.
Great Haywood is situated amidst the splendid open countryside of Cannock Chase country park, The National Forest and the Staffordshire Moor lands. High Meadows Guest House, being in the heart of Staffordshire offers you have a great choice of things to do and places to visit during your stay.
Throughout the year The Staffordshire County show ground and shugborough
host a variety of shows exhibitions and antique fairs, exhibitors and
visitors will find Bed & Breakfast at High Meadows a welcome rest
after a busy day
We are ideally located for visiting the many attractions of Staffordshire,
the Southern Peak District and the Potteries being central to the market
towns of Cheadle, Leek, Uttoxeter, Burton on Trent, Lichfield, Cannock
and Stone, where you can browse at the local produce and special gifts
There are many Stately Homes to visit in the area including Shugborough
with working Victoria farm, Weston Park created by Capability Brown and
Moseley Old Hall where you can experience the past glories of country
Staffordshire has some glorious gardens to visit including Biddulph Grange
Garden, the Dorothy Clive Garden, Bridgemere Garden World and the world’s
largest water gardens at Stapeley.
With more to see at Amerton Farm, Drayton Manor Zoo,
Tutbury castle, Boscobel House and Stafford Castle or even learn the
art of brewing at the Coors (Bass) brewery.
The Potteries are renowned throughout the world for its fine china,
and the visitor centres of Wedgewood, Royal Doulton and Spode are a
short distance away, The Gladestone Working pottery museum along with
Ansley and Moorcroft factory tours provide a great insight to how the
industry has developed.
For the thrill seekers, Britain's largest theme park, Alton Towers,
is just a few miles away. Also within easy reach is Drayton Manor Theme
Park, Waterworld, Tamworth Snow dome and Uttoxeter Racecourse.
High Meadows is within yards of the Staffordshire Way and the canal
junction of the Trent & Mersey & Wolverhampton canals making
it the ideal Bed and breakfast stop over for Hikers walking the Way
or the canal network.
So why not come and enjoy all the Heart of England has to offer while
staying at High Meadows Guest House.