Listed in the Domesday Book, this historic manor house hotel is set in acres of beautiful grounds, in a delightful Wiltshire village convenient for Bath, Bristol, Cheltenham and Swindon.
A wide columned entrance welcomes visitors to this attractive, stone-built hotel standing in 5 acres of beautiful grounds in Stanton Saint Quintin, near the city of Bath and within the famous Cotswolds. The hotel is close to junction 17 of the M4.
The house was once owned by Lord Burghley, chief minister to Queen Elizabeth I, and was rebuilt in 1840. Stanton Manor Hotel has been completely refurbished, and the new owners, Robert and Linda Davis, are on hand to ensure that a friendly and attentive service is extended to guests.
Modern facilities and comforts combine easily and unobtrusively with those of the past, which include magnificent Tudor fireplaces and stone flooring. The hotel's en suite bedrooms are spacious and individually designed with very comfortable furniture. Four hotel rooms have king-size four-poster beds to compliment the stunning New Oriental or Provençal themed rooms.