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The Borough Arms Hotel and Restaurant is conveniently located for access from the M6 Motorway and is a short taxi ride from Stoke-on-Trent mainline railway station.
Newcastle bus and coach station is within easy walking distance, for guests wishing to explore the district by public transport. The major cities of Birmingham and Manchester may be easily reached in well under an hour by car, or by train from Stoke-on-Trent.
FROM THE NORTH, TRAVELLING ON THE M6
Leave the M6 at Junction 16. Take first exit off roundabout signposted Stoke (N) A500. Follow A500 for approximately 6 miles (ignore A34 Newcastle exit). Take slip road signed A53 Leek, City Centre and Newcastle-under-Lyme. Use the right hand lane and turn right at roundabout, following signs for Newcastle-under-Lyme A53 and brown tourist sign for the Hotel.
Proceed along the A53 for about half a mile, through 2 sets of traffic lights passing the New Victoria Theatre on your right. The Hotel is situated on the left, about 200 yards after the second set of traffic lights. The turning into the Hotel car park is immediately before the building.
FROM THE SOUTH, TRAVELLING ON THE M6
Leave M6 at Junction 15. Ignoring A519, go straight ahead onto A500 signposted Stoke-on-Trent. After 1 mile turn left onto A34 signposted Newcastle. Travel 2 miles on A34, passing Springfields Retail Park and Hospital. At roundabout, take 4th exit to join Newcastle town centre ring road. Pass Bus Station on left and take 4th exit at next roundabout, signed Leek & Hanley A53 – note brown tourist sign to Hotel. Keep to the left-hand lane and the Hotel is on your right, just after traffic lights. The Hotel car park entrance is situated immediately after the building.
Travel to Stoke on Trent railway station. The journey by taxi from the station to the hotel should take no more than 10 minutes.
Guests from outside the UK, please note that Newcastle-under-Lyme should not be confused with Newcastle-upon-Tyne, which is more than 100 miles away. It has been known for travellers to Newcastle-upon-Tyne addresses to arrive in Newcastle-under-Lyme and vice versa!