Welcome to Rohan Trentham from Manager Ian, Deputy Lisa, Tricia, Rich and the gang.
Shop Contact Details
Rohan Trentham, Unit 208. Trentham Shopping Village, The Stone Road, Trentham, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 8AX. Telephone 01782 646553. Please pop in or call us if there’s a Rohan item you’re interested in…we will do our best to order it for you.
Shop opening times
Rohan Trentham is a chalet style building, set in a shopping village on the Trentham Estate in the heart of beautiful Staffordshire. There is a large garden centre on site, as well as the famous Italian Gardens, a boating lake and the Monkey Forest. The Rohan store, which opened in August 2008, has easy access for people with disabilities. Dogs are welcome.
Directions to store
Trentham is 10 minutes’ drive from M6 Junction 15: join the A500 for one mile, then follow A34 South signposted Trentham Gardens. Public transport: Stoke-on-Trent rail station is 20 minutes by taxi, or take the 101 bus towards Stafford. Car parking is plentiful and free.
There is a friendly PieMinister opposite Rohan Trentham (our manager Ian’s favourite haunt!) with a great range of pies and meals to eat in or take away. The spicy sausage rolls are definitely worth a try. Among many other eateries on site are Café Davide (stylish French cuisine), Capabilitea – a quirky Tea Room offering freshly made sandwiches and cakes, Cadwaladers Café which also sells their amazing Welsh ice cream; and a large restaurant in the main Trentham Garden Centre. Frankie & Benny’s and a Harvester Pub are close by. The amazing range of Trentham Village shops are worth a visit to browse and buy: everything from pet accessories, hats, china and kitchen ware, luggage, designer clothing and local food and drink specialities can be found here. Trentham also hosts regular music/entertainment events: ask our staff for information, or visit trentham.co.uk for more!
Premier Inn Trentham is conveniently situated on site. Trentham Lake offers boat trips, and hot air balloon rides are available. The Monkey Forest, where Barbary Macaques roam free, is definitely worth a look. No visit to the Staffordshire Potteries would be complete without a ceramics experience…see the World of Wedgwood (factory tour, ‘have-a-go’ area, museum, dining and shopping, only 15 minutes by car). Emma Bridgewater Pottery and Visitor Centre is half an hour from Trentham. The glorious Staffordshire countryside bordering on the Peak District and Derbyshire is an absolute dream for walkers all year round.