Things to see and do - Burton-upon-Trent
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Burton-upon-Trent Travel guide
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Thanks to a good transport network, an excellent supply of naturally filtered water (not sourced from the River Trent) and the work of numerous small breweries that have mostly passed into history, Burton became Great Britain's beer capital.
Tourist attractions Burton-upon-Trent : Things to see and do
st. Horninglow GB - Burton-upon-Trent DE14 1NG
William Bass founded his brewery in 1777: the buildings in Horninglow Street date back to the 19C and now house a large collection. He story of William Bass in Burton is told here and there is an exhibition of beer brewing.
Riverside Dr, Branston GB - Burton upon Trent DE14 3EP
Prix Prices from : 30 £
With a bar and restaurant, Riverside Hotel sits in the Staffordshire village of Branston on the banks of the River Trent. It has its own private island, coarse fishing rights and moorings, with views of surrounding countryside. Originally a farmhous..
Station street GB - Burton upon Trent DE14 1BN
In the town centre of Burton upon Trent, in the heart of the Midlands, this hotel and restaurant is a historic Grade II listed building, dressed in Arthurian décor. The Grail Court Hotel has a great location in Burton upon Trent’s town centre. The..
Newton Solney GB - STAFFORDSHIRE DE15 0SS
Prix Prices from : 65 £
The 4-star Mercure Burton Upon Trent Newton Park is a grand, Italianate-style country manor in 8 acres of grounds. This Burton-upon-Trent hotel is a grade-II listed building, 7 miles from Derby. Complimentary high speed WiFi is available in the 50 mo..