Stonehouse Court Hotel
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- The hotel is a converted Tudor manor house & has many original features
- The restaurant serves fresh, contemporary British cuisine
- Nearby attractions include the bohemian town of Stroud & the Cotswold Way
The Stonehouse Court Hotel, a 17th-century manor house, is set within six acres of Gloucestershire countryside and overlooks the Stroud Valley. The hotel is close to many of the area's well-known attractions, such as the Cotswold Way and the medieval city of Gloucester.
The hotel is on the edge of the heart of the Cotswolds, an area that “represents the quintessence of rural England, as immortalised in countless books, paintings, and films” (Fodor's). Stroud, a “bohemian enclave known for its fair-trade shops, delis and independent stores” (Lonely Planet) is a 10-minute drive from the hotel, and Gloucester, famed for its 11th-century cathedral, is a 20-minute drive away. The Cotswold Way, which stretches 100 miles, runs through Stroud.
Facilities at the Stonehouse Court Hotel include a terrace, a bar, a gym and conference rooms, all of which are located in the main manor house. The restaurant, Court Brasserie, serves fresh, contemporary British food - and a steak night is held every Wednesday evening.
Guests can choose from Classic and Superior double rooms, Manor House rooms and a luxurious 4-poster room. All rooms are uniquely designed, and Manor House rooms still have original features. Wi-Fi is free.