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17th Century Manor House is set in 6 acres of stunning grounds overlooking the Stroud Water Canal and rolling hills of the Stroud Valley
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Charming Cotswold Getaway
From £49.50 pppn for a 7 night stay, to £87.50 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Garden Superior Snug room and receive:
- A glass of Champagne each in the bar on arrival
- 2-course a la carte dinner for two on the first evening (£25 pp allowance)
- Dine in the restaurant on an additional evening and receive a complimentary bottle of house wine (min spend £50 total)
- Full English breakfast daily
- Stay 3 nights+ and receive a full afternoon tea for two on one day
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- Set in six acres of rolling grounds and yet conveniently located within easy reach of the M5.
- Impressive wood panelled main house reception / lounge area
- Dine in The Court Brasserie
- Take a cruise along the Stroudwater Navigation
- Stunning 17th Century manor house
- Perfect for exploring nearby Cotswold villages
- Although situated in its own grounds the hotel is just a 100 yards or so from the main A419 road.
- "Garden view" rooms are located in the newer garden wing which is accessed via a short undercover walkway from the main house.
How to find Stonehouse Court
Good to know
Hotel check-in time:
Hotel check-out time:
8am-10am Sat & Sun
6.30pm-9.30pm Bar & Lounge
12pm- 5.30pm daily
We are delighted to offer our guests free car parking at the Stonehouse Court.
Unfortunately we do not have disabled facilities.
No lift at this hotel
Children welcome, Standard rooms accommodate one extra child. Children up to 16 years of age are £20 per night B&B paid on departure. Family rooms can accommodate up to 2 extra beds.
Cots provided on request.
History of the hotel
Stonehouse Court Hotel has always been closely related to the History of Stonehouse, for it was the Manor House that controlled the surrounding estates under the feudal system of the time. A settlement at Stonehouse is recorded in the Domesday Book. In Anglo-Saxon it was known as Stanhus and the rights and tenements of the Manorial Lordship were granted to William D'Ow by his cousin William the Conqueror.
Dogs are not permitted at the hotel.
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