Discount Lichfield Hotels & Breaks


Situated in the heart of England in the county of Staffordshire, Lichfield is the perfect destination for a relaxing break with plenty to see and do. Visitors will discover a charming city which has retained much of its fascinating heritage, with historic streets and stylish Georgian architecture set alongside tranquil green spaces, parks and gardens.

The city itself is a delight simply to wander around, browse the shops and enjoy a fine selection of food and drink. Its location also makes it ideal as a starting point for getting out and about into the surrounding countryside to visit stately homes and gardens or the paths and cycleways of the National Forest.

Charming city

Lichfield is an ideal getaway for families and for a short break there is sure to be something to keep everyone happy. A climb to the top of the 800 year old cathedral in the centre of town is a great place to start exploring, providing magnificent views across the city, and the Lichfield Children’s Trail will guide visitors around the main sites to discover the fascinating and sometimes gory history of this historically important city. From toddlers to teens, kids will love nearby Beacon Park, which has everything from well designed play areas, duck ponds and mini golf to skate parks, football pitches and tennis courts. For more high octane thrills and spills, Drayton Manor is a family friendly theme park and zoo, considered to be one of the premier attractions in the UK.

For a more relaxing experience, visitors can take the time to discover the peace and tranquility of the Monks Walk Garden and the Minster Pool and Garden, or wander through the paths and woodland of the 150 acre National Memorial Arboretum. At the cathedral Chapters, the cafe in the close is a tearoom and restaurant with a unique thirteenth century walled garden serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.

St Mary’s in the Market Square is a museum and visitor centre, with a well stocked gift and coffee shop. Many of the most interesting buildings in Lichfield have been preserved as restaurants, bars and coffee shops. The city boasts award winning restaurants, as well as a fine range of international cuisine. A popular treat for visitors is afternoon tea at the Tudor, a 16th century half timbered house, and in the evenings, the Green Room at the Lichfield Garrick serves hot and cold food accompanied by live Jazz and Blues.

Fascinating heritage

Lichfield is a treat for those looking for a spot of retail therapy. The winding medieval streets are well stocked with independent, browseable shops selling everything from gifts, crafts and handmade chocolate to books, vintage clothing and antique furniture. For well known high street names, the Three Spires centre is a modern shopping precinct with plenty of places to stop for lunch or coffee. For smart boutique shopping visit the Heart of the Country shopping village where original farm buildings, surrounded by gardens and woodland, have been converted into individual units where shoppers can wander at their leisure, with plenty of opportunities for relaxing with lunch or coffee.

Lichfield offers a range of accommodation types to suit every taste and budget. Choose from the convenience of a city centre hotel or guest house, close to the main attractions, or for something a little more tranquil, consider staying in a traditional old English Inn or a self catered rural farm cottage.

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