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Stanton Manor is a beautiful stone-built manor house in the picturesque Wiltshire village of Stanton Saint Quintin. Stanton Manor is steeped in history. The original house was listed in the Domesday Book and was once owned by Lord Burghley, chief minister to Queen Elizabeth I, and was rebuilt in 1840. Nowadays all that remains of the original manor is the dovecote, although the large stone fireplaces that adorn the present 19th-century building were salvaged from the original house. Located within 6 acres of landscaped gardens it is a haven away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. With friendly hospitality, comfortable bedrooms and quality dining right in the gateway to The Cotswolds, this is a great base for exploring all the area has to offer.
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Lazy Country Getaway - Classic room
From £52.50 pppn for a 3 night stay, to £72.50 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Classic room and receive:
- A welcome cocktail on arrival
- Three course dinner from the Residents menu on the first evening (a la carte dishes are available for a supplement)*
- Full English breakfast daily
- Late check out at noon
- *on Sunday's only the Sunday lunch menu is served
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- Ideal for exploring Chippenham, Malmesbury, Tetbury, and Bath
- Just minutes from the M4
- Individually designed bedrooms
- Original features
- Pretty gardens and a large patio, perfect for enjoing in summer.
How to find Stanton Manor Hotel
Stanton Manor Hotel
Stanton Saint Quintin
Good to know
Hotel check-in time:
Hotel check-out time:
Breakfast 7am - 9.30am weekdays, 8am - 10am weekends
Dinner 6.30pm - 9.30pm
Please note that only the Sunday lunch menu is offered on a Sunday for dinner.
Free parking for up to 50 cars
The hotel don't currently have electric vehicle charging points, however they do allow guests with connector kits to charge vehicles from a regular socket at a charge of £10.
The hotel has an accessible bedroom on the ground floor. Selected Classic rooms have a step in shower. The hotel does not have a lift. Please call our reservations team to check availability prior to booking.
Some rooms can accommodate a fold out bed, these are provided on request at a charge of £25 per child per night. Cots are provided free of charge. Please check availability prior to booking.
History of the hotel
Steeped in history and listed in the Domesday Book the hotel, once owned by Lord Burghley, Elizabeth 1's Lord High Treasurer, was rebuilt in 1840 and retains the original fireplace in the galleried hall.
The hotel does accept a limited number of dogs in bedrooms by prior arrangement. We are currently unable to add dogs onto our package bookings.
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