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.
Maker Lane.Hoar Cross GB - Newborough DE13 8QS
Situated in Staffordshire, surrounded by the hills of The National Forest and 70 acres of countryside, this historically listed stately home is 30 minutes’ drive from Stafford. There is free Wi-Fi throughout, and free parking on site. Guests at Hoar..
One Bridge Street GB - Burton upon Trent DE14 1SY
Prix Prices from : 45 £
The Three Queens Hotel is set in Burton-upon-Trent, an area best known for its brewing industrial heritage. Within the 16th century walls of the hotel is a bar, a restaurant and a 24-hour reception. There is also free parking on-site and free WiFi th..
High Street GB - Tutbury DE13 9LS
Prix Prices from : 55 £
Situated in the heart of Tutbury, this splendid 15th-century inn, steeped in history and full of character, boasts traditional open log fires and oak beams. Just 5 minutes’ walk away from the notoriously haunted Tutbury Castle, the Dog & Partridge H..