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The Beehive Guest House

Churnet View Road
Oakamoor
Staffordshire
ST10 3AE

Tel: 01538 702420

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Road Directions

Directions by car 

Approaching from outside the area:  Oakamoor is easily accessible from the A52, A50 and A34 which link you to the M1, M6 and M42 motorways.  We lie to the North East of Cheadle on the B5417. As you enter the village you will find the Cricketers Arms turn down by the side of the Cricketers, then within 50 yards turn left and then turn IMMEDIATELY SHARP LEFT into Churnet View Road. The Beehive is 50 yards on the right.

Approaching from Alton Towers:  As you approach the Alton Towers exit, stay in the right hand exit lanes and go straight ahead. Carry on that road until you reach a crossroads where facing you is a Public House called 'Ye Old Star'. Turn left towards Cheadle. As you enter Oakamoor, the Cricketers Arms will be on your right, turn down by the side of the Cricketers, then within 50 yards turn left and then turn IMMEDIATELY SHARP LEFT into Churnet View Road.  The Beehive is 50 yards on the right.

 

Public Transport Directions

Travelling by train

When travelling by train the nearest train stations are Blythe Bridge, Stoke-on-Trent or Uttoxeter. You will need to take a taxi from the station to Oakamoor as there are no public buses.

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