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The Bank House hotel was built in 1777 for Thomas Hart and served as the first bank in Uttoxeter. It enjoys an excellent position in the town centre, from where you can enjoy the special atmosphere of this Staffordshire market town.
The original bank vault has been retained as a feature in the restaurant and the hotel's oak unsupported staircase is one of the finest of its kind.
With it's close proximity to many of the area's businesses, central for Derby and Stoke shopping, as well as the increasing choice of recreational activities on offer, it makes the Bank House hotel ideal for either a business trip or leisure visit to the area.
After a busy day , whether it be business or pleasure, you will return to a comfortable bedroom, with private facilities, colour TV, tea and coffee.
Read the papers in the lounge, have a quiet drink in the bar, followed by an excellent dinner.
As a centre for touring, Uttoxeter offers many possibilities including Alton Towers, Uttoxeter Race Course, The Pottery Towns, Tutbury Castle, The Bass Museum, and JCB.
The Bank House hotel is excellently sited to enable you to explore these fascinating attractions.
In addition, the Staffordshire Moorlands provides excellent walking in magnificent scenery.
Beautiful Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Kedleston are within easy reach, and Derby has a fine Cathedral and Museum.