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Reviews - Plough Motel & Restaurant

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Campbell Road, , STOKE-ON-TRENT, ST4 4EN
The Plough Motel is located not far from junction 15 of the M6. The hotel has 24 hour reception, disabled access, ample number of on site parking and good size rooms all complete with ensuite bathrooms, work desk area, large wardrobe, TV with freeview and complimentary tea/coffee making facilities. With great transport links to M6, M1, A500 and A50 this hotel is ideal for business travellers and leisure guests alike with The Potteries, Fenton Manor, Alton Towers and Trentham Estates which compromises of garden center, retail outlets and monkey forest all close by. For those football fans, Brittania staduim, home of Stoke City Football Club is just a short walk from the hotel.

We offer both cooked and continental breakfast every morning with food served throughout the day however days and times do vary so please check upon check in
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Overall score Guest rating scores since December 2012 Customer recommendation
Guest Reviews Based on 157 reviews
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55% recommended this accommodation to a friend 61% would stay again
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Friendly staff, basic accommodation, with great choice of food at a reasonable price, could not fault the food in any way, good portion sizes and the English Breakfast with Continental on offer was superb value. The staff were friendly and available at all times. The room was basic, with twin beds, TV, bathroom and Tea making facilities.

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Nikki Metcalfe

From Middlesbrough, UK
Who stayed in June 2014

Group of women

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Get what you pay for!
Bed not all that comfy, bathroom average, some fittings missing but a good room for £40 a night. Guys and gals that work there very friendly and helped us out with getting our alton towers tickets printed which was very good of them.

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Joseph J

From UK
Who stayed in June 2014

Couple

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Great value for money, rooms are dated but comfortable we got exactly what we expected.
Good for a weekend stay, with access to Stoke on Trent, the Peak District and Alton Towers.

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Mark Fanning

From Morden, UK
Who stayed in June 2014

Family with teenage children

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Run down and dirty
The motel could be run as a good basic, value for money motel but it's not. It is run down and dirty with filthy carpets, a shower that is like standing under a dripping tap and walls so thin you can absolutely everything in the neighbouring rooms. THe beds and bedding were obviously years old and uncomfortable and thin.
The managment need to invest in the motel to give it a deep clean and repalce all the worn out/dirty furniture & fittings

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Jane G

From Fleet, UK
Who stayed in June 2014

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Definitely one to avoid
Entrance to room was through an area littered with cigarette ends , empty beer cans and generally a rundown and horrible looking area. Room had not been hovered, the floor was filthy. Bathroom was a blast back to something from 1975 and the shower threw out enough water to have a wash if you could wait 30 minutes! Facilities were generally in poor condition and very run down. The room had definitely had smokers in recently and smelt of stale smoke. Staff in the bar/restaurant tried very hard to please and were very polite and accommodating. But still doesn't make up for the state of the room.

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robert t

From Clevedon, UK
Who stayed in June 2014

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Absolutely dreadful, room awful, waited over an hour for food and it was the worst I have ever experienced....

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Andrew C

From UK
Who stayed in June 2014

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Paid for a room with mould
Very unhappy with this room, the beds were very hard. The bathroom has rising mould, which I have photos of.
Not very clean, felt more like a hostel than a paid room. Would not stay here again, not even for free. Definitely would not bring my family here.

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lee h

From London, UK
Who stayed in June 2014

Mixed group

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Value for Money
It was a very cheap room. large and clean. Bed was a sprung board! The food was very small portions. If you are looking for cost effective over night then this is ok.

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Gillian N

From UK
Who stayed in June 2014

Travelling alone

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Very Basic.
This Motel was a late night last minute choice. Friendly welcome. Room was clean. Quality was very basic & tired. Cheap squeaky mattress with poor quality bed covers and the thinest ever duvet. The place felt a bit open, quiet and vulnerable for a single female traveller!

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L Campbell

From Glasgow, UK
Who stayed in June 2014

Travelling alone

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Convenient and inexpensive
Very convenient for a visit to the Britannia Stadium (home of Stoke City FC).
Good amount of parking.
Large sized family bedrooms.
Could benefit from a spruce up and the mattresses replacing as they didn't have a great deal of spring in them.
Very clean rooms.

Reviewed by
Joanna Oldham

From Ipswich, UK
Who stayed in May 2014

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