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Limpley Stoke Hotel
Limpley Stoke
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With stunning views of the valley and 3 acres of private grounds, this traditional Georgian country house has a delightful village setting, in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Originally founded during the reign of King James I, the Limpley Stoke Hotel today offers individually designed en suite rooms, well equipped with modern comforts and facilities. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel and many of the rooms have magnificent views over the valley.

The hotel offer a number of dining options, including anything from a simple bar snack to the full ŕ la carte menu available in the recently refurbished restaurant. The award-winning chefs offer mouth-watering dishes, freshly prepared using locally sourced produce wherever possible. Most dietary requirements can be accommodated. The hotel also has its own 16th-century coaching inn. Situated at the bottom of the drive, the inn has a real country pub feel. Free on-site parking is available for guests.

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