Wychnor Park Country Club
The accommodation in the Queen Anne grade 2 listed Great Hall, the Courtyard & Coach house consists of one bedroom apartments for 2 people or 2 bedroom apartments for up to 6.
Set about the grounds are one & two bedroom pine lodges which again are for 4 or 6.
The decorative style is outstanding and all are very comfortable, fully furnished and equipped with facilities including dishwashers, microwaves, TV & stereo equipment.
• Restaurant(s): Baritones Restaurant offers A la Carte dining Friday - Sunday evenings inclusive. On Sunday you can also enjoy a two or three course lunch in the restaurant. On Mondy evenings a Tapas night is available in the restaurant and on Wednesdays there is an Italian night to try. The Member's Lounge serves the '19th Hole' menu each day with a special's board and childrens menu also available.
• Activities dept.
• Bowling green
• Golf - Mini golf/Pitch & putt
• Golf - Putting green
• Lawn croquet
• Movie rentals
• Pool table
• Steam room
• Heated Swimming Pool (Indoor)
• Whirlpool (Indoor)
Local Areas of Interest:
The Wychnor Park Estate is ideally situated for sightseeing. Lovers of history should visit the 18th century mansion and estate of Shrugborough, a national trust property only half an hour's drive away. Just a little more that 1 hour away will take you to one of the most prestigious Stately Homes in Britain, Chatsworth House, which is the home of the Duke of Devonshire. An hour's drive will also take you to Stoke on Trent, centre of 'The Potteries', where you can look for bargains in the factory shops of Wedgwood, Royal Doulton, Coalport and many other famous names in the world of fine ceramics. Also an hour away is that mecca for visitors from overseas, Stratford upon Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare.
On a lighter note, Britains best known funfair, Alton Towers, is only 30 minutes drive from the resort. Offering a super day out for all the family, Alton Towers is famous for its white knuckle rides like the terrifying 'Nemesis'.
It would be difficult to run out of things to do and places to see in the vicinity of Wychnor Park.
Transport & Directions:
Driving: Wychnor is situated off the A38 Northbound between Lichfield and Burton Upon Trent.Travel past Lichfield on the A38 heading towards Burton Upon Trent. You will pass the village of Alrewas (stay on the A38)and very soon afterwards will see signs for Wychnor. Turn off the dual carriage way for Wychnor, go over a hump back bridge, through a set of traffic lights, shortly after which, you will reach your destination. If you are approaching from the North, go past Burton Upon Trent, heading towards Lichfield. Approximately 7 miles past Burton, you will reach a turn off for Wychnor and Alrewas which will take you up and over the carriage way and back onto the Northbound side where you can pick up the directions above.
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