Nestled in the Staffordshire countryside, the Mill Meece Pumping Station stands as a remarkable reminder of the region’s industrial heritage. This magnificent Victorian-era pumping was constructed between 1883 and 1884 to supply clean water to the thriving pottery industry of Stoke-on-Trent.
Recently I have been making flap jacks for our guests, which have gone down well with everyone staying here at our Staffordshire Bed and Breakfast. They are a quick and simple bake, suitable for vegans and involve only a few ingredients.
In around 1856, Eagle House was purchased by Sarah Tunnicliff (née Gibbs). Following the purchase, Sarah moved her boarding school for young ladies from the High Street into Eagle House where it remained in operation until at least 1894.
Nestled in the heart of the Staffordshire countryside, Jackson’s Coppice and Marsh is a tranquil and enchanting nature reserve managed by the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust. Jackson’s Coppice and Marsh boasts a diverse range of flora and fauna.
At Eagle House we were honoured to be given a Silver Award in the Best B&B/Guest House of the year category. This is a real achievement for us as we have only been in business for 18 months and are a small team of two!