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'We are proud to announce that we have won the Best Guest Accommodation Award in England from Visit England.'

Lying in the heart of rural Staffordshire, Colton House is a luxury guest house like no other. Set in a peaceful village near the historic city of Lichfield, this magnificent Georgian Grade II* listed bed and breakfast provides an idyllic escape to the country for business and leisure travellers alike.

Styled in a boutique manner, its eleven individually designed en-suite bedrooms offer comfort and relaxation without sacrificing any of the hi-tec features you might expect from five star accommodation.

Affording superb views of the Staffordshire countryside, Colton House is located within easy reach of Stafford, Uttoxeter and the market town of Rugeley, with its high speed train station, as well as the M1 and M6 motorways.

Why not take a trip to the potteries at Stoke, or visit Lichfield's famous cathedral? If you are looking for thrills and spills, Alton Towers and Drayton Manor theme parks are nearby. Colton House is also ideally situated for access to the scenic Heart of England Way and Staffordshire Way, walks that take in Cannock Chase - a certified Area of Outstanding Natural beauty.

  • A rare opportunity for a quiz and a social in the village. Bring your own drinks, glasses and nibbles and get...
  • Just off with this years apples to be pressed, so, fresh juice in for next week. Come and sample some with your breakfast.
  • The next auction is on Saturday 24th September, loadsa bargains to be had. Now is the time to 'declutter'.
  • Dont forget the table top sale on Sunday in the village hall, bargains to be had.
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    • A Taste of Luxury

      "A taste of luxury – bliss, wonderful to see a beautiful old house being bought back to life so painstakingly."

      A Davidson
    • Had a Fantastic Stay

      "Had a fantastic stay will certainly be back another 9 rooms to try yet."

      G Brockwell