The Malthouse Guest House offers bed & breakfast and
is ideally situated for Alton Towers in Staffordshire in the small village of Alton in
The Staffordshire Moorlands.
Looking for Alton Towers bed & breakfast? Then, the Malthouse b&b is ideal. Alton Towers hotels within the park are very
convenient but if you want friendly economical bed and breakfast, B&B near Alton Towers,
we believe The Malthouse fits the bill.
The Malthouse is a 17th century grade two star listed building with
vast malting cellars currently being renovated by the English
Heritage. The Malthouse offers hotel accommodation just one mile from
the Alton Towers Hotel and Alton-Towers Hotel water theme hotel. The
hotel accommodation is also close by to the Staffordshire-Derbyshire
border and The Peak National Park and The Potteries.
The Malthouse has family rooms, double bedrooms and twin bedrooms. All
of which have private en-suite facilities and are equipped with
digital televisions and tea and coffee making facilities.
The hotel accommodation has private off road parking with outdoor
family area overlooking the gardens.
The Malthouse is well suited for its proximity to Alton Towers
Staffordshire the hotel accommodation for those looking for the
excitement offered by the Alton Towers hotel and theme park with its
roller coasters or the beauty and peace of the Peak District National
Park and the hustle and bustle of the Potteries shopping centre,
museums and historical pottery factories which have a renowned
reputation within and outside the UK. The Malthouse Guest House
provides an alternative quality accommodation to the Alton Towers
hotel at an affordable price. There is a link to the Malthouse web
site from the Alton Towers Hotel and Theme Park web sites.
If you are interested in the the work of the architect Augustus Welby
Northmore Pugin (1812-1852), probably Britain's foremost architect and
designer of the nineteenth century, then The Malthouse provides an
ideal base from which to see various examples of his work at Alton
Towers, and the Catholic churches of Cheadle and Newcastle-under-Lyme.