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Rollestone Manor B&B and Restaurant

Rollestone Road, Shrewton SP3 4HG England
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Rollestone Manor is a privately owned beautiful grade II listed historic house, located just 1.5 miles from Stonehenge visitors centre. Our 7 bedrooms have their own individual style and ensuite facilities, furnished with antique furniture and modern technology. We have one room located on the ground floor - ideal if the steep staircase will cause a problem. Complimentary wifi in the rooms and whole house, and free parking on-site. Evening meals are served each night from 6.30pm, and booking a table is recommended. We are ideally located for touring Salisbury and South Wiltshire and minutes from the A303 - the main road from the East to the South West.
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Free parking
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Wifi
Free breakfast
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Non-smoking hotel
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GlenParkneighbor wrote a review Jan 2024
San Francisco, California19 contributions9 helpful votes
An excellent Manor B&B just two miles from Stonehenge. We stayed here on our first night in England and it was a lovely start to the trip. It's just two miles from Stonehenge. It's a beautiful old (and I mean OLD house, its history dates back to 1242) with loads of English charm. The owners were helpful, the rooms very nice, with space to spread out, have tea and look out on the fields. Dinner was fantastic, I had squab with black sausage and it was excellent. The breakfast was quintessentially English and tasty. Highly recommended. The bathrooms are all newly redone and the tub in our room was deep and long and the water was good and hot - perfect after a day tromping about in the cold. And on the way out, it's worth stopping next door at the old St. Andrews church and churchyard , parts of which date to the 14th century. Rates in the winter were quite reasonable, though I suspect given its closeness to everything that they go up in the summer.
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Date of stay: January 2024Trip type: Travelled with family
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deputy2014 wrote a review Dec 2023
United Kingdom164 contributions109 helpful votes
We cannot fault this place at all. A wonderful experience. This is a small and friendly place to stay with personal service and attention from the owners Paula and Cyrille. It was beautifully and tastefully decorated for Christmas. The rooms were spacious; warm and spotlessly clean. The food was amazing! For dinner we had the mussels with frites; the sirloin beef and the lamb shank. All 3 dishes were tasty and generous in size - we cleared our plates! My sister and I shared the selection of mini desserts - 6 portions which were just the right size. My brother had a fabulous cheese board with a great chutney. The prices were very reasonable and the service was faultless. There is a small and cosy bar for before and after dinner drinks. After a good night's sleep in comfortable beds and peaceful surroundings we had the best cooked breakfast ever. We can't wait to return. Thank you so much.
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Date of stay: December 2023
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Whiteys000 wrote a review Oct 2023
Kewarra Beach, Australia4 contributions16 helpful votes
Homely feel. Great staff, friendly and helpful. Awesome food with a good selection both at dinner and for breakfast. Nice Lounge we used for drinks before and after dinner, good selection of readings to while away with was nice too. Lovely building and perfect spacious rooms. I cannot believe that of all the places we stayed in the uk - this is one of the only ones who had Worchestershire sauce to have with my eggs in the morning!
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Date of stay: October 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Great location. To nearby Stonehenge. Also some great little villages nearby for exploring too....
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Trevor J wrote a review Oct 2023
Meopham, United Kingdom5 contributions
This is a brilliant place to stay, very clean lovely room and bathroom, staff all really friendly and the food is just excellent, and even reasonably priced. I cannot fault it. The manor house itself is amazing
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Date of stay: October 2023
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Janine W wrote a review Oct 2023
Llangollen, Wales, United Kingdom44 contributions19 helpful votes
We stayed with a group of 10 friends for a couple of nights as our annual get together. Nothing was too much trouble for Paula and her staff. The rooms are comfortable. We stayed in Heathcote which has a wonderful big sleigh bed. Breakfasts were ample and tasty with veggie sausages arranged for us. We ate both nights at the house and the food was excellent. I can recommend the Limoncello Creme Brulee. It was like staying in someone's country house as we had the whole house to ourselves. Very convenient to Stonehenge and Salisbury.
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Date of stay: October 2023Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Kate C wrote a review Aug 2023
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We have just returned from a family function in the area and stayed at Rollestone Manor. The hotel exceeded our expectations. The surroundings are beautiful, with the lovely sound of horses in the nearby field. Our hosts were lovely. So accommodating to all of our many needs. Breakfast was delicious, with everything you could ask for. We had an evening meal which was equally as delicious. The chef/owner is very talented. The bedrooms were very clean and the beds and pillows were super comfy. The shower was better than my one at home. The added extras were a nice touch too. I cannot recommend Rollestone Manor more highly and plan to make an annual trip there.
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Date of stay: August 2023
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16Bonnie wrote a review Aug 2023
Parker, Colorado304 contributions110 helpful votes
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We had an overnight stay at Rollestone Manor during our trip to visit Stonehenge. We were very pleased with how close it is to Stonehenge as we had a very early Stone Circle Tour. It is a very quaint, old world B&B. The room was very large as was the bathroom. We had dinner there which was excellent! My husband had the steak and I had the mussels and frites—delicious! We also had breakfast there after Stonehenge the next day, and it was also very good (you have to order the night before). Cheers to the chef! The overall feel was a bit stuffy and formal. I would, however, stay here again if visiting Stonehenge.
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Date of stay: June 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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pdjroberts wrote a review Jul 2023
Gosport, United Kingdom148 contributions94 helpful votes
My fiancee and I had a nice stay in the luxury double room with four poster bed and roll top bath recently and throughly enjoyed our stay. The manor is situated in beautiful gardens with some chairs and tables under the trees for you to relax during your stay. There isn't a great deal within walking distance, but that wasn't a problem for us as we were quite happy sitting in the garden area with a glass of wine or two, watching the horses running around the paddock and enjoying the fresh evening country air. As others have mentioned, I think the only negative comment would be the closing of the doors at 11 p.m. I have been fortunate enough to travel the world and have visited 60 countries to date. We fully understand that hotel owners want to secure their building at night, but to keep guests "prisoners" (albeit in comfort and luxury), is not reasonable. We are by no means "party animals", but we do like to go for a walk or would even have liked just to sit in the garden a bit longer (or at least until we wanted to return and not feel like there was a curfew). Surely a key could be provided as in 100% of other hotels around the world? That said, we really enjoyed our stay and the hosts were very friendly and courteous throughout our stay. Thanks also for the wonderful breakfast.
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Date of stay: June 2023
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mintyWarwickshire wrote a review Jul 2023
Warwickshire, United Kingdom275 contributions79 helpful votes
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We met up with other family members from different parts of the country for a lovely catchup. Rollestone Manor was an amazing find. The owners Cyrille and Paula were so welcoming, nothing was too much trouble they made you feel right at home in their home. I loved all the quirky art and items throughout the building. Our room Sir Nathaniel had a lovely view over the back garden (where we we bought drinks after our arrival) and field beyond. It has a lovely feel to the house and grounds, we felt very welcomed here. Our room was a great size, very comfortable. It had all you need nowadays for a great stay…USB charging points, TV, a small fridge in one of the two large wardrobes, well stocked coffee tea making facilities…the room just swallowed up the furniture it was a big room. Very clean with lovely white bedding and a very comfy bed. The shower room was sparkling clean too, with modern fixtures and fittings. The quality ingredients and skills of the chef just shone through in the food we ate in the evening and at breakfast, fabulous service too. Can you tell we liked it here!
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Date of stay: July 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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garrattmike wrote a review Jun 2023
Warrington, United Kingdom2 contributions
Where to start..Beautiful surroundings and gorgeous location. We stayed in one of the coach houses as a base for the summer solstice at stonehenge, coach House was welcoming, modern, clean and tidy with everything you could need for a self catering stay. The bed was comfy as was the living room and was a great place to relax after a long day sightseeing. Small touches made a big difference, like a full bottle of milk and plenty of tea and coffee. We will definitely stay again when we get the chance. Thank you
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Date of stay: June 2023
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Frequently Asked Questions about Rollestone Manor B&B and Restaurant
Which popular attractions are close to Rollestone Manor B&B and Restaurant?
Nearby attractions include Stonehenge (3.1 miles), Stonehenge Public Access Footpath (3.1 miles), and Larkhill Space Station (3.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Rollestone Manor B&B and Restaurant?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Rollestone Manor B&B and Restaurant?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Rollestone Manor B&B and Restaurant?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Rollestone Manor B&B and Restaurant?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Bell Inn, The Rainbow on The Lake, and The Boot Inn.
Is Rollestone Manor B&B and Restaurant located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.5 miles away from the centre of Shrewton.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Rollestone Manor B&B and Restaurant?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Rollestone Manor B&B and Restaurant?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Woodhenge (4.9 miles), Durrington Walls (4.8 miles), and The Cuckoo Stone (4.6 miles).