The Borough Arms Hotel and Restaurant is one of the oldest established hotels in the Newcastle-Under-Lyme and Stoke-On-Trent areas, with history dating back to 1783. The hotel is very much of the style associated with a traditional English town centre coaching inn, yet has been sensitively and subtly refined to offer the comfort and modern standards demanded by today's visitors. Independently owned and managed, the hotel retains many period features and takes great pride in offering a very personal service.
44 centrally heated, ensuite rooms. Close to the centre of the historic borough of Newcastle, The Borough Arms Hotel is convenient for both business and leisure visits to many local attractions, including Alton Towers, the English Peak District, the Staffordshire Potteries, Stoke on Trent, the Staffordshire Moorlands, Cheshire and Derbyshire. Within close walking distance is the superb New Victoria Theatre (with performances in the round). The Hanley Cultural quarter, where you can enjoy plays, concerts and other entertainment at The Royal theatre, the Victoria Hall and the newly restored Regent theatre are just a few minutes from the hotel by car, taxi or bus.
Borough Arms Hotel,
26 King Street
Newcastle Under Lyme, ST5 1HX GB
Borough Arms Hotel, Newcastle under Lyme
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