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Grove Ferry

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The Grove Ferry is a superbly converted Georgian Mansion set on the banks of The great River Stour, right in the midst of the Stodmarsh nature Reserve. The venue can now boast to be an independently run business with its own character and style. Step into a cosy yet refreshing pub environment where your food is prepared fresh to order and sourced from local suppliers and farmers. Take in a fantastic view from our terrace or patio, enjoy our extensive garden or stay inside on those cold nights in a comfy seat and warm yourself next to a roaring fire whilst you are looked after by a friendly team of staff. The venue has six bedrooms all with ensuite facilities, all individually decorated and all spacious yet comfortable. Each room has all the facilities you would expect from a country inn plus a few more. Each room has desk, tv and coffee facilities. Wireless is available throughout the building free of charge and each room boasts a superb view of the surrounding countryside. Breakfast is included in our standard rates and is served each morning in the pub. Again these are all cooked fresh to order and ingredients are sourced locally. Being an independent business also means that if you have any speciakl requirments ask away and we will do our best to help.

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