The Stanton Manor Hotel
The Stanton Manor is a country house hotel located at the gateway to the Cotswolds, just 20 minutes from Bath. Listed in the Domesday Book and steeped in history, the hotel was once owned by Elizabeth I’s Lord High Treasurer, Lord Burghley. It was rebuilt in 1840 but still features the original fireplace in the galleried hall.
The hotel is just two minutes’ drive to be on the M4, and is close to the major towns and cities of Chippenham, Bath, Bristol and Swindon. The hotel has 23 bedrooms, fibre broadband and powerful showers.
Weddings at The Stanton Manor makes use of their permanent marquee, outdoor ceremony area and idyllic garden setting