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Stonnwall Manor & Coach House

Ref: som2012
Frome, Somerset
Multiple Properties

Contact: Amy Lewis

Culver Hill
Frome
Somerset BA11 5AA

Changeover: Flexible
Open: All year.

Short breaks available
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Number of properties: 2
Smallest property sleeps: 8
Largest property sleeps: 19
Maximum group number: 31

Special offers

£551 Mon 27th Nov to Fri 1st Dec   4 nights   WAS 1395 Now UNDER HALF PRICE 551
£1059 Fri 1st Dec to Mon 4th Dec   3 nights   was 2648 Now UNDER HALF PRICE 1059
£1853 Fri 8th Dec to Mon 11th Dec   3 nights   was 2648 Now 1324
£1853 Fri 15th Dec to Mon 18th Dec   3 nights   was 2648 Now 1324
£1853 Fri 12th Jan to Mon 15th Jan   3 nights   was 2648 Now 1853
Pets not allowed
No smoking
Internet Access
Function Room
Riding Nearby
Golf Nearby
Fishing Nearby
Games Room
Pub within a mile and a half Pub Nearby

Two holiday lets sleeping 8 and 19

Truly Magnificent Grade I listed Elizabethan Manor stands proudly amidst its own private, beautifully landscaped gardens. Hidden behind tall stone walls with entry via automatic gates down a sweeping gravel driveway flanked by huge 600-year-old beech trees. Situated on the south side of the ancient market town of Frome in a small valley of one of the most picturesque and historic areas. Described as one of the finest examples of a 16th-century stone built manor, it boasts virtually all original characteristics: stone gabled roofs, mullioned and leaded light windows, historic fireplaces, decorative plaster ceiling mouldings, oak stripped floors, 15th-century paneling, huge oak beams. Arranged over three floors with 9 bedrooms, 5 reception rooms, 2 kitchens 3 bathrooms some with period slipper baths, bidet, separate showers, 4 x WC and a host of other communal rooms.

Enjoy cream teas on the elevated gazebo with wonderful views, walk around the estate formal gardens, rockeries, pond, croquet lawn, underground bomb shelter now themed as a 1940s living room. Top location for Stonehenge, Wells Cathedral, Glastonbury, Bath, Stourhead Gardens, Longleat Safari Park.

Drawing room is open-plan to the lounge, ideal for large social gatherings, with giant Elizabethan thrones and huge chessboard table with giant pieces. Large dining-room with walk-in fireplace, enormous rosewood dining table (its unusual square shape allows all 18 guests to see each other). Ideal for a medieval feast or banquet. Farmhouse-style kitchen, Breakfast room, Pantry, Music room, Games room, Secret humorous folly room with doll-size period furniture. Central galleried oak staircase to west wing: Vast Paneled library. All bedrooms are themed with double four-poster beds, window seats, most with wash basin some are grand suites with writing desks and dressing tables, modern showers. The old Coach House on the grounds can be booked with Manor to sleep a further 8 guests.

Price information

Various prices

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