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“Small and perfectly formed”

Izaak Walton Cottage
Ranked #20 of 35 things to do in Stafford
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Reviewed April 5, 2018

This is a small rural cottage steeped in hstory - a must for any fisherman with an interest but actually really interesting for everyone else. It is a quaint little cottage that is nestled in the countryside. There are three small rooms full of memorabilia and then some fantastic gardens. You could really imagine Walton still living there and could imagine his lifestyle.Great

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Reviewed December 22, 2017

I have driven past this place hundreds of times over the years as a local to the area.Then one day i had some spare time so called in.I was suprised how much local history i had missed. If you are interested in fishing pop in

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Reviewed December 8, 2017

We visited this Beautiful little cottage after a meal at the Mill, the staff were friendly and explaining its history and had a lovely ice cream.

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Reviewed August 17, 2017

Lovely little cottage near the mill restaurant, After we had a meal at the mill and decided to visit Izaak Walton cottage as it's not far, it was a beautiful little cottage run by local authority, friendly staff and adorable ice cream!

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Reviewed June 2, 2017

Few people know that Izaak Walton the auther and grandfather of modern fishing came from Staffordshire , indeed find the local police station in pitcher bank Stafford and you will see a plaque dedicated to his birthplace there. His cottage at Stone ( see picture ) is a delightful way of spending half a day looking at the fishing memorabilia and also the lovely grounds kept there.

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