Whiston Hall Fisheries Hot

 
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Address
Blakeley Lane,
Whiston,
Staffordshire,
ST102HZ
Telephone
07963672550
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Set within the idyllic grounds of 19th century Whiston Hall in the very heart of the Staffordshire Moorlands, our fishery offers a beautiful venue for anglers seeking to catch stunning fish. Boasting 3 mature landscaped pools, Whiston has plenty of hard fighting carp in excess of 20lbs. These fish have been stocked from reputable sources over the last 10 years resulting in a strain of truly beautiful fish which any angler will appreciate.

Whiston takes pride in providing high quality waters which are properly managed to ensure the enjoyment of our visitors; all day ticket guests are welcomed as friends and we hope to encourage anglers to acknowledge the environment, respect the peace and tranquillity of others, and return to enjoy the fishing in pleasant, safe and undisturbed surroundings.

Sensible rules designed to protect your catch must be adhered to, but otherwise, just sit back and enjoy!

Situated immediately adjacent to our own 18 hole par 71 golf course, visitors can choose to spend time by the lakes or on the links, before partaking of award winning fayre prepared by the resident chef prior to retiring in overnight accommodation in our exquisite Manor House Hotel.

Just 3 miles from Alton Towers, the hotel was completed in 1850 and has many original carvings and features which add to the ambiance and charm of this delightful residence.  It really is the place to come for your fishing, corporate golf day, society event, wedding and many other functions; let Whiston Hall take care of it all!

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