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The Stanwick Hotel
Stanwick
Wellingborough
Northamptonshire

NN9 6QY | View map

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The Stanwick Hotel is a medium sized, privately owned hotel in the heart of Northamptonshire. We have 22 rooms that are all en-suite with all necessary facilities including free internet access, televisions with Freeview and tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel has its own restaurant and bar open for all meals. There is a communal lounge and garden for relaxing in. The hotel is in Stanwick on the edge of Wellingborough and is well situated for easy access from road and rail. There are a wide range of events happening at The Stanwick, from seasonal occasions to one off evenings. The Stanwick Hotel is a beautiful location for your wedding. Set in well landscaped gardens, you will have a perfect day. We are licensed for civil ceremonies and have a purpose built events suite called Reflections for ceremonies and receptions. Reflections holds up to 250 for a buffet and 200 for a seated meal. There is also a conservatory available for wedding ceremonies. We have other rooms for smaller ceremonies and special rates for midweek weddings.

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