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This magnificent 18th century Palladian mansion is surrounded by 36 acres of parkland designed by Humphry Repton, a leading 18th-century landscape designer. The beautiful grounds encompass a cascading river overhung by willows and crossed by pretty bridges, and a giant walled Victorian kitchen garden. Now a luxury 4-star hotel, Ston Easton Park is captivating: pedimented doorways, marble fireplaces, elaborate cornicing, gilt mirrors, old oil paintings, fine porcelain and antiques fill the elegant public rooms. The bedrooms are generally large, many with 4-poster beds and a stay here will take you back in time to an era of opulence, yet despite the grandeur of the house, there is a very warm welcome, making guests feel they are part of a country house party.
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There are 20 immensely characterful bedrooms which are traditional in feel and furnished with one-off antiques and wallpaper with eye-catching patterns – a man mowing a lawn in one room, Chinese prints in another. Contemporary touches have been carefully interjected into these historic rooms whilst ensuring the decor remains true to the building’s grand past.The en-suite bathrooms all have baths with showers over, except one classic room on the ground floor which has a wet room style open shower. Every room has complimentary wifi access, television, dvd player, hairdryer, toiletries and telephone.
*with 10% loyalty discount, if booked by 30th April 2018
For prices and more information, please click here to download the brochure
|Prices per person||♣||♦||♥||♠|
|Full price, twin occupancy||£500
|Twin occ with 10% loyalty discount||£450
|Full price, single occupancy||£600||£660||£720||£780|
|Single occupancy with 10% discount||£540||£594||£648||£702|
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The modern British cuisine at Ston Easton has an excellent reputation locally with menus that use fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. The head chef works closely with local suppliers and even more closely with the hotel garden team, sourcing almost 60% of the fresh produce used in the menus from the hotel’s extensive kitchen gardens. For breakfast, there is a wide selection of hot and cold options, including a full english breakfast.