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The Manor - Stonehenge
Shrewton
Amesbury
Wiltshire

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The Manor is a beautiful grade II listed historic house which has recently undergone extensive renovation . All of our 7 bedrooms have their own individual style and ensuite facilities .Modern day comforts are available and all rooms benefit from multi channel TV, DVD/ player, radio with ipod dock, internet access and tea & coffee making facilities. We endeavor to use as much local produce as possible in our kitchen to give you a complete Wiltshire Country House experience.Our 7 ensuite bedrooms offer comfort and quality whilst having an individuality of their own. They are all furnished with the antique furniture which has been in this home for years and which complements the period features to be found here.We have 3 rooms with twin beds, 3 rooms with double beds and one with a four poster bed and roll top bath.We have 2 rooms which are suitable as family rooms for those with small children and for those with older children or in a party we can offer a combination of rooms to keep you all together.We also have a ground floor room which is suitable for some disabled access.We are ideally located on the edge of the village of Shrewton just 2 miles from the world heritage site of Stonehenge and minutes from the A303 with easy access to the cities of Salisbury and Bath.

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