The county town of Staffordshire, Stafford is located right in the heart of Britain. This popular town has plenty to offer tourists and locals alike. Throughout history Stafford has been known as one of the best places to live in the UK.
There are many interesting places to take the family to on your day trip to Stafford. The Royal Air Force Museum Cosford is a popular attraction. You’ll see more than 70 different historic aircraft from different time periods. The Ancient High House is another great attraction not to be missed. It is known to be England’s biggest timber framed town house and it offers plenty of children’s activities and workshops throughout the year.
If you’re looking for a great place to get married in Stafford then the Shugborough Estate could be the perfect destination. Imagine pulling up outside this impressive estate in the classy Baby Bentley limousine. We have a wide range of wedding cars all designed to impress.
Whatever your reasons for visiting Stafford, our limo hire service can help you to explore the town in style. Contact us now to see what current packages we have on offer. You might just be surprised by how little limo hire in Staffordshire can cost. The areas close to Satfford that we also cover include Shugborough, Acton Trussell, Eccleshall, Stone, Gnosall, Marston Gate and Creswell.
Sandon Hall is situated in 400 acres of parkland and offers a perfect setting for a wedding. Its many rooms can be used in a variety of ways, like the oak-panelled Library, which is ideal for ceremonies, with guests being able to enjoy drinks and canapés in the Victorian Conservatory. The Saloon provides a lovely setting for a wedding breakfast, and the Old Dining Room is suitable for smaller groups. Its many acres of gardens have many photographic opportunities and guests are always welcome to take a stroll around them to soak up the atmosphere.
Located in the heart of Staffordshire, Moddershall Oaks is set in 72 acres of picturesque woodland and grounds, and is destined to become one of the finest wedding venues in Stafford. So whether you are considering a civil ceremony, wedding breakfast or evening function, they pride themselves on delivering a first class and individually tailored service. They have dedicated events coordinators who will assist you every step of the way leading up to your special day to ensure a memorable experience.
Originally built by Robert De Toeni (later known as Robert of Stafford), Stafford Castle has dominated the local skyline for over 900 years. After recent restoration work and a programme of archaeological investigation, the castle is considered one of the best surviving examples of Norman earthworks in the country. Visitors can now follow an informative trail of interpretation panels to discover the castle’s history. The sire itself extends to over 26 acres and consists of Keep, inner bailey, outer bailey, woodland, herb garden, visitor centre and car park.
Shugborough Estate is set in 900 acres of stunning parkland and riverside gardens. This elegant mansion house is complete with working Victorian servants’ quarters, Georgian farm, dairy and mail, and restored walled garden, which are all brought to life by costumed living history characters who share their lives and powerful stories from the past with visitors. Within the stunning parkland you can also explore the beautiful gardens, magnificent monuments and wander through the island arboretum garden. The attraction also features a land train ride, play park, restaurant & tea rooms, craft workshops, gift shop and offers a fantastic day out for everyone.
2007 saw the 25th anniversary of the Borough Hall being reopened as Stafford Gatehouse Theatre, by his Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester. The Borough Hall was originally opened on the 20th June 1877 and once housed the Stafford Borough Council. Stafford Gatehouse Theatre is an accessible, thriving venue, which offers a wide range of modern facilities in the heart of Stafford, which includes conference facilities, studios, recording space and coffee shop.