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Whiston Hall Estate
Black Lane
Whiston

Stoke on Trent
Staffordshire

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Situated only a few minutes away from the greatest theme park in the country, Alton Towers, Whiston Hall Estate offers you the perfect choice for a perfect day. If you want to spend a peaceful night after a long day at Alton Towers, you wish to relax on the golf course or get married here, Whiston Hall is what you were looking for. Great views, friendly and warm athmosphere, spacious and confortable rooms, parking spaces or WiFi, this and so much more you can find at Whiston Hall. So if the Oblivion, Air or Rita rides at Alton Towers have tired you, allow us help you relax and unwind after your long day. This fine example of a Victorian Hall was built in 1850. The residence and estate was owned, founded and lovingly restored by Mr. Tom Cooper, local landowner. At Whiston Hall you will discover many stunning architectural features and carvings which all add to the original charm and elegance of this magnificent building.

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