Stonnwall is a truly magnificent, Grade I listed, Elizabethan Manor, standing proudly in its own private, beautifully landscaped gardens, all set within a local preservation area. This 400-year-old masterpiece has a magnificent dining room, ideal for medieval feasts or banquets, a large drawing room big enough for social gatherings, and nine bedrooms, all of which boast double four-poster beds and window seats.
The historic pedigree of Stonnwall is confirmed in various original features, such as stone gabled roofs, mullioned and leaded light windows, historic fireplaces, decorative plaster ceiling mouldings, oak stripped floors, 15th-century paneling and huge, exposed oak beams. A recent sympathetic refit ensures that guests make no compromises on comfort, however, with features such as digital keyless entry, automatic lighting in communal areas, and back-lit stained glass windows.
The whole estate encompasses two acres of gardens, which are blissfully secluded and private behind ancient stone walls. The manor house itself sleeps up to 19, while the coach house within the grounds can accommodate a further eight. Altogether, this is a unique venue that caters extraordinarily well for up to 27 guests enjoying a holiday, a special occasion gathering or a residential business break.