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Welcome to The Crewe Arms Hotel

Address: Wharf Terrace, Newcastle-Under-Lyme, CW3 9LP

Hotel Description

Just 0.5 miles from the M6 motorway, The Crewe Arms is 15 minutes’ drive from Stoke-on-Trent and Crewe. It offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and free parking. Rooms at The Crewe Arms Hotel feature simple, neutral decor. All rooms have a work desk, tea/coffee making facilities and a bathroom with a bath or shower. A continental breakfast is included in the room rate, and a full English breakfast is available for a GBP 4 surcharge. The restaurant serves British and international favourites, including a Sunday roast. It boasts a vegetarian menu and room service is also available. The bar offers wines and cask ales. The New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme’s historic market and Little Moreton Hall are all within 25 minutes’ drive. The Crewe Heritage Centre, with its railway museum, is a 15-minute drive from the Crewe Arms.

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Newcastle-under-Lyme College - University

Newcastle-under-Lyme College - University

Distance 1.67 miles (2.67 km)
Newcastle-under-Lyme College is a further education college in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, with 2,500 full-time and 10,000 part-time students. It is particularly noted for its computing courses and art department. Split across two sites, Main and Trinity, the College offers a wide variety of academic and vocational courses are Accounting, Art, Biology, Chemistry, Classical Civilisation, Computing, Design and Technology, Engineering, English Language, etc

The Keele University - University

The Keele University - University

Distance 1.84 miles (2.95 km)
The Keele University (originally College of North Staffordshire) was founded in 1949 and received its Charter as the University of Keele in 1962. There are 6,897 full-time students and 1,429 students engaged in part-time degrees or diplomas at the university. The University is located in Keele, Staffordshire. It offers both Dual Honours program and Interdisciplinary Single Honours courses at the UG level and postgraduate research degrees. Accommodation facilities are made available for all its students at the university.

Keele Golf Centre - Newcastle - Golf

Keele Golf Centre - Newcastle - Golf

Distance 1.92 miles (3.07 km)
Welcome to Jack Barker's World of Golf. This undulating course, carved through the mature trees which once formed part of the old Keele Hall Park measures some 6396 yards, par 72 from the back tees. Carefully designed by world famous golf architect Fred Hawtree, Keele Golf Centre provides the most heavenly bunkered of Jack's courses. The greens are now considered some of the best in the county. The adjacent 30 Bay Driving Range provides the ideal practice facility to hone your swing before your round.

Newcastle-under-Lyme Golf Club - Newcastle - Golf

Newcastle-under-Lyme Golf Club - Newcastle - Golf

Distance 3.31 miles (5.29 km)
Founded in 1908, Newcastle-under-Lyme Golf Club has always been based on its present site but, from the original 9 holes, has been extended to the present 18 holes which have been in use since the 1960's. Much of the course is played through mature woodlands and presents a stern test for all degrees of proficiency, in particular the 15th, the signature hole. We hope that you enjoy not only the course, but also the hospitality of our members and staff. We have a very attractive Clubhouse and dining room and the catering is of a very high standard. We look forward to welcoming you at Newcastle.

Newcastle Centre - Town Centre

Newcastle Centre - Town Centre

Distance 4 miles (6.4 km)
Newcastle under Lyme is ideally situated in the heart of England, and the perfect place for a refreshing break. Easily accessible by road and rail, the town lies in pretty rolling countryside between Manchester and Birmingham, and within easy reach of the Peak District and the Welsh Border country. It combines rural charm with a tradition of industry that changed the world. Newcastle under Lyme is an historic market town with a pleasant, floral, traffic-free centre. Small specialist shops are mixed with larger national stores and the colourful, centuries-old open market is full of characters and bargains. There are lots of cafes, bars, restaurants and pubs, two beautiful town gardens to relax in, and a Museum and Art Gallery set in 8 acres of parkland.