STOKE ON TRENT MOAT - https://www.bw-stokeontrentmoathouse.co.uk -
|Departure Date||No of Days||Price Per Person||Single Person Supplement|
|Wednesday 31 October 2018||4||£299.00||£68.00|
STOKE ON TRENT
Stoke-on-Trent is a unique City affectionately known as The Potteries. With its rich industrial heritage and history, Stoke-on-Trent has respectfully claimed the title of World Capital of Ceramics. The City boasts many visitor centres, award winning museums, authentic factory tours and over 25 pottery factory shops.
A modern hotel built on the Stoke Garden Festival site and attached to Etruria Hall, former residence of Josiah Wedgwood, the ‘Father of English Potters’. The hotel has a large reception area, spacious open plan lounge/bar and restaurant. Hotel facilities include a heated indoor swimming pool. All bedrooms are en-suite with TV, tea/coffee tray and free wi-fi.
THE HOTEL HAS A LIFT.
Depart Leyland at 1000 for the journey to Stoke on Trent
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
At leisure with the following included excursions:
Morning visit to Shugborough Historic Estate.
Step into the past at the UK's only Complete Working Historic Estate.
Costumed characters bring your visit to life, taking you on a journey 'upstairs and downstairs' of a large country estate. Later we travel to the highlight of the tour, the new World of Wedgwood where visitors will enjoy a selfguided factory and museum tour, in addition to admission to the Visitors Centre. Visitors will not fail to be impressed by this wonderful modern interpretation of Wedgwood's 250 years' heritage in the ceramics industry.
Today we take the short journey into Stoke on Trent or 'The Potteries' as it is also affectionately
known. Visit the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery in the Cultural Quarter and see the famous Staffordshire Hoard, the world's largest find of Anglo Saxon gold. This afternoon is at leisure. Enjoy the outdoor market, see Victoria Hall and Regent Theatre, and those who enjoy shopping should visit Intu Potteries.
Check out of our hotel following breakfast for the return journey to Leyland.