Stonehouse Court Walking Break
(Stonehouse) 3 3 Star:
Per Person Per 2 Nights
- Enjoy dinner on first night
- Packed lunch and guidebook included
- Great for exploring the Cotswolds
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Walking Breaks Details
- Stay for 2 nights and receive dinner on the first night, full breakfast each morning, a packed lunch on one day and a local walking guide. Dinner on the first night will be an allowance of GBP 25.00 per person.
This 17th Century Manor House is set in 6 acres of stunning grounds overlooking the Stroud Water Canal and rolling hills of the Stroud Valley. In the summer the attractive gardens and lawns are the perfect place for a peaceful stroll, glass of Pimms or even a game of Croquet – the most traditional of English pastimes! You can enjoy the fragrances of the flowerbeds, the breathtaking views or take the time to simply unwind. An arched gateway leads from the end of the garden through to the canal from where you can explore the countryside beyond. In the winter you can relax in front of a roaring real log fire in the lounge with original Elizabethan oak panelling. Located just a 10 minute drive from the Cotswold market town of Stroud, Stonehouse Court is within easy reach of many of the wonders of the Stroud Valley and the natural beauty of the Cotswolds. Guests can choose from a vast range of great walking and picnicking locations from the Tidal Monument, Wotton under Edge, to the Stroudwater Canal and the Cotswold Way. The many traditional Cotswold villages nearby are perfect for exploring and of course, you may want to sample the local ales in the village pub!
Stonehouse Court's 36 bedrooms include larger, luxury, newly refurbished Manor House rooms and Four Poster rooms as well as smaller more snug Garden Rooms located in the newer extension of the hotel. All rooms feature complimentary WiFi, an en-suite bathroom, luxury Egyptian cotton sheets, work desk, flat screen T.V, complimentary toiletries and tea/coffee making facilities.
Guests staying on this 2 night package will also receive dinner on the first night of stay at The Court Brasserie, which combines the classic charm of the 17th Century Manor with contemporary and informal modern British cuisine, using local ingredients across a seasonal menu, alongside an extensive wine list. Guests can easily escape to this country retreat as Stonehouse Court is ideally situated 1.5 miles from junction 13 of the M5 between Bristol and Birmingham, just 20 mins from Cheltenham and 20 mins from Bristol Cribs Causeway.
Walking Break includes 2 Nights Hotel Stay, Full Regional Breakfast, Dinner on the 1st Night, Packed Lunch and a Regional Walking Guide.
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Name: STONEHOUSE
- Distance: 1.5 miles
- Name: BRISTOL
- Distance: 36 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
Bar and Restaurant
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Stonehouse Distance: 1.5 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Bristol Distance: 36 miles
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 4.3 out of 5 based on 9 reviews
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 4.3 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 4.3 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 4.3 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 4.4 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 717 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stonehouse Court Hotel
Stay Date: 29/07/2014, a customer aged 45-64 from Lyme Regis who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
The hotel was very good, room was quiet but dark because there was a large tree outside the window. However, our Australian relatives had a much nicer, bright room. The staff were all friendly and courteous. Breakfast was a buffet, help yourself, wh… See more
The hotel was very good, room was quiet but dark because there was a large tree outside the window. However, our Australian relatives had a much nicer, bright room. The staff were all friendly and courteous. Breakfast was a buffet, help yourself, which was excellent, staff attentive but forgot that we had ordered scrambled eggs one morning, so we had to wait for this when others had finished their breakfast, but staff were apologetic about this. We had dinner included on both nights as part of the deal; table d'hote menu was not extensive and the same on both nights. We could choose from a la carte menu for additional cost. As not all of us had the three course table d'hote meal, there were no additional charges for the a la carte choices. The hotel was in an ideal situation for visiting the Cotswolds with our Australian relatives and we would not hesitate to visit again. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 4 out of 5
- Destination: 4 out of 5
- Sleep: 4 out of 5
- Breakfast: 4 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
- Stratford Upon Avon: 4 out of 5
- Shakespeares Birthplace: 3 out of 5
- bath bus surround tour: 4 out of 5
Lovely Old Manor
Stay Date: 12/2017, LynCaswell wrote this review.
Booked here at fairly short notice. We turned up to check in part way through a wedding reception which was taking place in the same space as the reception desk, but we managed. A lovely room overlooking the garden and lawns and the canal and hills b… See more
Booked here at fairly short notice. We turned up to check in part way through a wedding reception which was taking place in the same space as the reception desk, but we managed. A lovely room overlooking the garden and lawns and the canal and hills beyond the boundary wall. A very comfortable room with all the promised facilities, clean and warm. The drinks in the bar are very expensive; the barmaid was quite embarrassed at the cost of a single pint of lager. Surrounding are very pleasant with a roaring fire. Plenty of fake snow-like confetti which spread throughout he hotel during our short stay and was exercising a number of staff in the morning, rice would be better and would be much easier to vacuum, or don't bother at all. Anyway, a tasty breakfast freshly cooked to order in lovely surroundings. A very pleasant after meal walk through the gate, across the canal to the towpath and eventually through the adjacent church yard before our departure. I agree that the hotel is showing some signs of wear but everywhere was clean (or will be when the dreaded bits are removed) and everywhere was warm. Very helpful staff. We were so satisfied that we have booked to stay on two separate occasions in the near future. Very well positioned to the M5, Gloucester and Stroud. Collapse
Excellent Xmas Party
Stay Date: 12/2017, glothorn wrote this review.
We held our works Xmas party here and had a very good evening. We had our own function room downstairs and dedicated serving staff who did an excellent job. The pre chosen menu was enjoyed by all and I have to say my mackerel pate starter was amazing… See more
We held our works Xmas party here and had a very good evening. We had our own function room downstairs and dedicated serving staff who did an excellent job. The pre chosen menu was enjoyed by all and I have to say my mackerel pate starter was amazingly tasty. The hotel public areas are all a bit tired and in need of refurbishment, the chair seats are badly worn and stained as are the carpets, in fact it all need replacing badly. We met in the bar which was very small and there was only one bar person which resulted in long queues at the busier times. We stayed overnight in a standard room and for the price it was good value, but again all the furniture and soft furnishings were worn and tired. We did have a lovely big en suite with a shower cubicle and claw legged bath, and the very bad drain smell initially which was easily resolved by running the taps and a quick squirt of air freshener- no dramas. Breakfast was cooked to order, plentiful and served quickly. All in all we had a very enjoyable night and all to the credit of the very helpful and accommodating staff, thank you. Collapse
Pretty crap, looks grand on the outside. Worn and ti
Stay Date: 11/2017, Sharon M wrote this review.
Looks grand on the outside, poor and bedraggled on the inside. Rooms smell damp and musty. This photo is breakfast! French toast like I have never seen it. Barman was Lovely, receptionist lovely, but that’s it.
Looks grand on the outside, poor and bedraggled on the inside. Rooms smell damp and musty. This photo is breakfast! French toast like I have never seen it. Barman was Lovely, receptionist lovely, but that’s it. Collapse
2 night stay
Stay Date: 11/2017, ianjenkins7 wrote this review.
Great hotel really made us feel welcome, looked after us very well. Good resturant food too. The garden room was nice and comfortable. The grounds are really nice with a canal side walk. My only negative would be the bar tariff a little pricy.
Great hotel really made us feel welcome, looked after us very well. Good resturant food too. The garden room was nice and comfortable. The grounds are really nice with a canal side walk. My only negative would be the bar tariff a little pricy. Collapse
Worst hotel I've ever stayed in
Stay Date: 11/2017, mirembeLondon wrote this review.
What a shame! This place could be brilliant but it's tired, old and shabby, and not in a good way. We arrived at the hotel thinking it was beautiful, this thought continued as we walked into reception to a gorgeous roaring fire,and that is where that… See more
What a shame! This place could be brilliant but it's tired, old and shabby, and not in a good way. We arrived at the hotel thinking it was beautiful, this thought continued as we walked into reception to a gorgeous roaring fire,and that is where that thought stayed for the rest of our visit. The first room I checked into reeked of paint, there were still paint splatters in the bathroom and on the door. I was then given a second room, as it was next door it had also been refurbished at the same time so had the same problem. Third room I was given reeked of damp so I returned to the first room which was the best of a bad bunch. After 45 minutes of changing rooms I was ready to eat, the disappointment continued, the tables were sticky, cutlery was dirty and the food was terrible. I had red mullet, it came with an aubergine puree which was tasty in itself but was swimming in oil, the fish was soggy where the skin should have been crisp and I was given green beans and spinach which had literally been boiled to within an inch of their life. My colleague ordered a burger, the bun was soggy on the bottom and the top was flaking off, clearly it had come out of the freezer and been chucked in the microwave. Needless to say he was ill fit the whole next day. The beds are not comfortable, pillows are paper thin, the bathrooms are really old, and dirty, all the grout was filthy. After the night before I decided to skip a cooked breakfast and head for toast, the bread was stale around the outside. The one thing that is good about the place are the staff, super friendly and really helpful, they did refund our meal to apologise for the rooms. But because of the state of the rest of the hotel I've had to give it my first ever 1 star review. Collapse
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