Ston Easton Park is a superb Palladian mansion found within the classic, romantic landscape of the West Country.
A Grade I listed building dating back to 1740
Set in grounds created by the great 18th century landscape gardener, Humphry Repton, Ston Easton Park is a <em>Grade I listed building dating from 1740
, the very essence of the aristocratic English country house. This fascinating house offers exquisite furnishings and paintings, excellent dining rooms and fine spacious bedrooms.
A private home to the Hippisley family, the mansion has since been restored in the 1960s and in 1982
was opened as one of Europe’s finest hotels. The house boasts magnificent State Rooms for guests to enjoy, plus the characterful Library and the Palladian Saloon, with its ceiling motif of the eagle of Jupiter.
Cuisine at Ston Easton Park is of award-winning stature, available in formal and relaxed settings. The Yellow Dining Room, with its Georgian and Regency furniture is popular for private lunches and dinner parties.
The Saloon is ideal for special celebrations, large receptions, important presentations and wedding breakfasts. The Cedar Tree Restaurant, which can be opened onto the adjoining Painting Room, makes a perfect morning or breakfast room.
Ston Easton Park's bedrooms are filled with antique furniture, fine paintings and fabulous views over the landscaped gardens and parkland beyond. Flowers are freshly arranged in each room, and many have four-poster beds or coronet beds and delicate bathrooms converted from the original wig rooms.
Ston Easton Park is situated close to Bath and Bristol and is one of the finest luxury hotels in Somerset, an ideal place for your country hotel break.