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Stoke on Trent may not ring a bell, but it is one of the best places to enjoy a quiet weekend break or day trip in England. The small city has the only monkey forest in England and hosts the UK's largest indoor waterpark. Despite its modest size, this town offers adventure, a rich cultural heritage, and a myriad of fun and exciting activities for families and couples. One of the biggest attraction in Stoke on Trent is its thriving pottery industry. For centuries, Stoke on Trent, and the larger Staffordshire area has been famous for making some of the best pottery designs in the world, drawing admirers globally. And there is the Trentham Estate with its exceptional outdoor adventures for picnicking, strolling, and family pastimes. Book a hotel on eDreams to enjoy the best time in this dainty West Midlands town. With eDreams, you can get the best hotel deals by filtering our extensive database by the number of guests, rooms, discounts, and other variables.

What to see in Stoke on Trent?

Stoke on Trent features world-class museums and some of the most educating pottery factory tours in England. If you are travelling with your family, one of the best places to spend a day trip in Stoke on Trent is the Trentham Estate. Popular tourist attractions at the estate include the picturesque Capability Brown Lake, a barefoot walk, and the scenic Monkey Forest with 140 free-roaming Barbary macaques. There is a shopping village with over 60 shops, an adventure playground, and magical fairies among others. For the best of British ceramic industry heritage, head off to the World of Wedgwood with its 250 years' worth of pottery. Wedgwood's best designs are on display here, and visitors can sample delicious servings at the Tea Conservatory. Middleport Pottery is another excellent getaway. Its romantic location on the edge of the Trent and Mersey Canal makes this place a delightful spot to enjoy the afternoon close to cheap hotels in town. The Mow Cop Castle offers a breathtaking backdrop for super-Instagrammable photos after exploring the pottery hot spots in town. If you are in Stoke on Trent on an open day, Bethesda Chapel offers one of the most painstakingly preserved and grandest interiors of any town chapel in the U.K. Don't miss the yummy cupcakes at Piccadilly's independent eateries after playing hide and seek in the Egyptian tunnels at Biddulph Grange Garden. If you are pressed for time but want to learn about the town's ceramic heritage, visit the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery. For the best hotels in Stoke on Trent offers, book your hotel on eDreams to enjoy unbeatable accommodation rates.

Where to stay in Stoke on Trent?

If you are visiting Stoke on Trent for the first time, book a hotel in the city centre. This offers everything from shopping malls, restaurants, and the beautiful Potteries Shopping Centre. The city centre provides easy access to the main tourist attractions, has a downtown vibe, and several historic buildings. Piccadilly is famous for its entertainment spots, including The Regent Theatre, one of the most prominent spots to enjoy beautiful performances in the Western Midlands. Stanley Matthews Way is a favourite of many sports lovers looking for a hotel in Stoke on Trent. The area hosts the bet365 stadium, where Stoke City Football Club plays its home games. You don't want to miss the fantastic atmosphere of the club's games. 

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