Kate Taylor
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The William IV Inn near Burton-on-Trent is the latest addition to our ever-growing list of Nightstop locations.

Situated in the picturesque Staffordshire village of Alrewas, motorhomes are allowed park up on the flat, hardstanding car park, and an overnight stay costs £5.

The William IV Inn near Burton-on-Trent is the latest addition to our ever-growing list of Nightstop locations.

 

Situated in the picturesque Staffordshire village of Alrewas, motorhomes are allowed park up on the flat, hardstanding car park, and an overnight stay costs £5.

 

The pub - which serves good food and a wide range of drinks - is handily located off the A38; there's a Co-Op shop and newsagent close by. It also makes a good base for visiting the nearby National Memorial Arboretum. You can contact the pub by calling 01283 792 370 between 9.30am and 10.30pm; its postcode is DE13 7AN.

 

All of our Nightstop locations are certificated locations, but you don't need to be a member of any club to use them. For a map of all our locations, see here; alternatively, for a list of all Nightstops (including contact details), email us by clicking here.

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