Stanton Manor Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Chippenham, Wiltshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Stanton Saint Quintin
SN14 6DQ

Stanton Manor Hotel, Chippenham

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A stone-built manor house, dating back to the 1840s - Stanton Manor is set in 7 acres of beautiful grounds in the Wiltshire Village of Stanton Saint Quintin. All of the bedrooms are on en-suite and have been refurbished. The hotel takes pride in creating execellent cuisine and offering a friendly and attentive service, in relaxed surroundings.

Situated just 2 minutes from J17 of the M4 motorway, the hotel is a gateway to the beautiful Cotswolds. Malmesbury, Tetbury and the city of Bath are a short drive away.

3 star rating

From: £55.00

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