- Very Good
- 12 guest reviews
"Really nice place to stay and very convenient for the M6 and Stafford. Much, much nicer and better value for money than anonymous hotels whe..."
"If you're thinking of staying here for a restful break in the Staffordshire countryside then I would recommend this B&B. However if, like us..."
"Really nice place with friendly old dogs to greet you. I would definitely stay here again...."
"A quiet location yet easy to find and good access to the motorway. The room was spotless, the bed very comfortable and the breakfast was goo..."
"Lovely B&B - really friendly and lovely homely rooms. Had a really nice relaxing atmosphere..."
About the hotel
Welcome to Lower Drayton Farm – make yourself at home. . .
Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast and self catering cottage accommodation near Penkridge, Stafford. Set amid 600 acres of rolling Staffordshire countryside, yet conveniently placed for the M6 and major transport links, we’re proud to offer both bed & breakfast and self catering accommodation at our beautiful Georgian farmhouse. As a family-run business, we like people to feel truly at home –our central location and proximity to the M6 make our Farmhouse B&B and self catering accommodation the perfect base for exploring the many attractions of the pretty county town of Stafford, and the wider Midlands. Our accommodation has been finished to the highest standard, offering generous parking and all mod-cons, with your comfort and relaxation in mind. Whether you fancy a family break, a peaceful retreat for two, are away on business - or would like to make the most of the activities on offer at the on-site LDF Entertainment Hub - we will ensure you have a lovely stay. Lying off the A449 between Stafford and Penkridge, just minutes from J13 of the M6, our farmhouse bed & breakfast and self catering cottage accommodation offers the ideal base for exploring all that Staffordshire, neighbouring Shropshire, the West Midlands and the Potteries have to offer. From the thrills and spills of Alton Towers theme park to the peace and quiet of Cannock Chase, historic sites like Shugborough Hall, Stafford Castle, Boscabel Hall, Ironbridge, the Black Country Museum and shopping in Birmingham’s Bull Ring; Staffordshire and its environs offer something for everyone. Our B&B and self catering accommodation also gives those using our corporate team building and action and adventure facilities in the LDF Entertainment Hub the opportunity to extend their stay and make the most of the activities on offer; including paintballing, off-road rally driving, clay pigeon shooting, hovercraft rides and more.
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- Family friendly
- Babysitting services
- Wedding Licence
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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92% would recommend it to a friend
Super friendly farmhouse setting
Really nice place to stay and very convenient for the M6 and Stafford.
Much, much nicer and better value for money than anonymous hotels when travelling alone.
Festival time no-no
If you're thinking of staying here for a restful break in the Staffordshire countryside then I would recommend this B&B.
However if, like us, you are here for V festival then I would discourage you. Whilst it might seem a good idea to offer transport to and from the venue, in reality they have just booked a single coach shuttle service which realistically was never going to be on time, leaving us and 50 other guests staying with them in camping on site stranded at 1.30 am waiting 2 hours in a freezing bus station, and they cared little for our welfare when we and other guests contacted them concerned we couldnt get home and they were the only point of contact. If you put your name to providing a service, you have to accept some responsibility for it. Do it to properly through national express who were on site to sort issues for their travellers back to other campsites, or not at all. Also, don't say breakfast can't be provided when clearly other guests enjoyed theirs when we awoke to the smell of bacon cooking. Very annoying.