The Laurels Bed & Breakfast
The Laurels Bed and Breakfast is situated in the beautiful Churnet Valley close to Alton Towers Theme Park and other attractions, such as Trentham Gardens, World of Wedgwood, Dovedale, The National Memorial Arboretum and some excellent walking within the Peak District National Park.
All the rooms at The Laurels B&B, are equipped with an LCD Freeview TV, hairdryer and radio/alarm. On arrival you will find your room has facilities for tea and coffee as well as tasty biscuits. The rooms have adjustable central heating, and en-suite facilities with shaver points and large fluffy towels. Our four poster room has a sumptuous King Size bed, a Dolce Gusto coffee machine and a large ensuite with complimentary toiletries and luxury walk-in shower.
The Laurels has a galleried landing overlooking the beautiful Churnet Valley – Perfect for reading one of the many books we have for guests to borrow. The guest lounge is great for relaxing, listening to music, chatting or playing board games. Our large garden and paved area allows to spend time enjoying the outdoors. Our rural position also makes it easy to enjoy the local wildlife without even leaving the property.
There is free wireless internet access and free on site parking.
The Laurels breakfast, which has received so many positive comments, is served between 8am and 9am. You have the choice of a Full English Breakfast or a lighter option of cereals, toast and juices. We are also able to cater for vegetarians. Other dietary requirements can be accommodated if notified in advance.
Information for Walkers
The Laurels Bed & Breakfast is situated in the village of Oakamoor in the Churnet Valley and convenient for the Peak District National Park. As one would expect there is a wide range of walks to suit all abilities, with dozens available right from the front door. The Staffordshire and Churnet Ways both pass nearby and sections of these long distance trails can be incorporated in shorter circular walks. Also close at hand are the Weaver Hills, the southernmost outpost of the Pennines, and the many paths and tracks of the White Peak with stunning Limestone scenery. The wild moors of the Dark Peak are also easily reached offering perhaps more challenging walking.