You deserve the best escorting service and that's what we're here for. Don't be fooled by cheap examples when you can have the best service in town! Lichfield is a majorly significant historical city located in the heart of Staffordshire. Just north of Birmingham, Lichfield is nestled in beautiful countryside and has a population of around 97,000. The city has played an important role throughout history in the development of England as a whole and can boast many key figures and moments shaping British and global history. Lichfield has a number of good hotels to stay at whether you're looking for the inner city or on the outskirts. You can stop at the Best Western George Hotel, Netherstowe House, Premier Inn, St Johns House, Holiday Inn or - slightly further away but set in lovely grounds - Swinfen Hall Hotel.
A Touch of Lichfield History
Samuel Johnson, born in 1709 at his father's residence on Breadmarket Street, was a founding father of the modern English Dictionary. His book "A Dictionary of the English Language" provided an insight into the English language used throughout England and locally in Staffordshire. Lichfield also boasts a great physician in Erasmus Darwin. Practising in Lichfield from 1757, he was invited to become a Royal Physician to George III. He was a founding member of the Lunar Society which met in Birmingham and boasted such members as Matthew Boulton, James Watt, Josiah Wedgwood, Joseph Priestley and others. Erasmus pre-empted his grandson to a small extent in his publication "Zoonomia". In this book, he discussed a theory of evolution based on the strongest and most active propagating the species which should then be used to improve the species -a theory which was later extended and developed by his grandson Charles Darwin. Lichfield Cathedral is a stunning building dating back to AD669 when St Chad moved to the area. A hugely important and very impressive focal point for Christians, this building has developed and expanded throughout history from its origins as a place where Christians were alleged to have been martyred by the Romans. It was besieged during the English Civil War and suffered some severe damage and was captured by a parliamentary force under Sir John Gell. You can enjoy all these historical landmarks during your stay in Lichfield, and why not make your stay even more enjoyable with our Malvern Escorts in Lichfield service, available today from Passion VIP.