Ston Easton Park

A Historic Hotel in Bath, Somerset

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Ston Easton

Ston Easton Park, Bath

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A superb Palladian mansion set in one of the West Country's most romantic estates, Ston Easton Park exudes elegance, warmth and comfort. Log fires burn, comfortable antique furniture and exquisite paintings beckon, evoking memories of a more leisured age and providing a welcome you might associate with a magnificent private country house. There is little that can compare with the well preserved classicism of Ston Easton Park.

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From: £87.50

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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