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Stonehouse Court Hotel
Bristol Road
Stonehouse
Gloucestershire

GL10 3RA | View map

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Stonehouse Court is an outstanding Grade II listed manor house built in 1601 and set in 6 acres of secluded gardens in Stonehouse, near Stroud.

As well as offering 36 individually decorated bedrooms, the hotel has extensive conference facilities, a gym overlooking the magnificent gardens, a panelled lounge and excellent cuisine in the award-winning Henryís Restaurant.
Ideally located for business and leisure travellers in the South Cotswolds, the hotel is within easy reach of Gloucester, Cheltenham and Bristol.

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Nearest Train Station: Stone House
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 36
Number Ensuite: 36
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Restaurant

Name: John Henry Restaurant
Awards: 1 AA Rosette

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