Penkridge, Stafford, Staffordshire is an old Market Town situated on the A449 trunk road between Junction 12 and 13 of the M6 Motorway. Penkridge has all the facilities for shopping, public library, bus/rail services.

DIRECTIONS FROM M6 travelling NORTH:
EXIT M6 Junction 12 - Turn Left onto A5 signposted Telford Approx 1 mile - Gailey Island - Turn Right around roundabout signposted A449 - Stafford. Approx 2 miles - straight over Roundabout travel approx 1/2 mile - at Pedestrian Controlled Traffic Lights/Littleton Pub - Turn Left - travel 50 yards - Turn Left into Station Road - and first house on left handside (approx 25 yards) is Cuttlestone Mews/Coachhouse (Double Black wrought iron gates).

DIRECTIONS FROM M6 travelling SOUTH:
EXIT M6 Junction 13 - Turn Right onto A449 signposted Penkridge/Wolverhampton Approx 3 miles - Penkridge Village (A449) After approx 1/4 mile pass through Pedestrian controlled traffic lights approx 300 yards - Turn Right immediately before second set of pedestrian controlled traffic lights / Littleton Pub - Travel 50 yards - Turn Left into Station Road - and first house on left handside (approx 25 yards) is Cuttlestone Mews/Coachhouse (Double Black wrought iron gates).


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Transport from the Coach House Cottage:
Road - M6 Junction 12 - South serves: Walsall, Birmingham, Coventry, Oxford, London.
Road - M6 Junction 13 - North serves: Stafford, Stoke-on-Trent, Manchester, Preston.
Rail Link from Penkridge: Main Line South: Wolverhampton, Shrewsbury, Birmingham New Street, NEC.
Rail Link North: Stafford, Manchester, Crewe, Liverpool.

7 Arches Bridge - built by Thomas Brassey and the River Penk Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal View of Surrounding Countryside