A former residence of Lady Hamilton, this comfortable boutique hotel/destination restaurant is secreted down a narrow cul-de-sac off the market square. The Scott family have transformed the 18th century Palladian villa into a building of immense charm and distinction. There are two lounges in the original part separated by stripped pine double doors; a further spacious lounge is in a Victorian addition to the property. Walls are covered with all manner of artwork, while the furniture is crammed with ornaments, especially china cats. Huge bunches of dried flowers and grasses, innumerable books, magazines and games create a relaxing and homely environment.
Their comfortable bedrooms, have all been individually-decorated, all having modern TV's with DVD players, direct dial phones, Wi-Fi internet access, mini bars and plush en suite bathrooms. There are two large suites suitable for families, and children staying in their parents room attract serious price reductions.
They are particularly-proud of their breakfasts, which rely on carefully-sourced local produce. While a stay here wouldn't be complete without a meal in their excellent restaurant.
Nearby: Cycling. Extreme Adventure. Fishing. Go Ape. Go Carting. Gardens. Golf. Gym. National Heritage & Trust properties. Riding. Shooting. Swimming.
Restaurant - Strattons Hotel & Restaurant
Find this red-brick Palladian villa, dating from 1700, down an unlikely alleyway. It's now a boutique hotel and excellent neighbourhood restaurant - specialising in local and organic food.
- Pleasantly Situated
- Dogs by Arrangement
- Free Parking
- Ideal for Families
- Number of rooms: 10
- Rooms, ensuite: 10
- Price (single room): from £120
- Price (double room): from .£150
- Prices include breakfast
- Room Service: Limited
- Mini Bar
- DVD Facilities
- Banqueting, sit down, max: 25
- Directions: See the map at the top of the page