Stanton House Hotel is open to the public and has become well known throughout Swindon and the surrounding areas.
With sensibility and insight, we are dedicated to providing products that give the highest quality service to our guests..Our aim is to always exceed our customers’ expectations.
Stanton House was purchased in 1990 and the old manor house was converted from a private dwelling into a hotel (with the addition of a large extension). with considerable re-modelling in Cotswold stone to match the original. The oldest part of the hotel was re-built in 1935 following a fire in 1932 and there have been previous buildings associated with the site for many years.
As part of the community we are active in working with Stanton Fitzwarren Parish Council, St. Leonard’s Church and support them whenever possible; in 2012 Stanton House Hotel hosted a Diamond Jubilee Party for Stanton Fitzwarren residents.
Reason of our Japanese influence
Our business started to accommoate Honda's business travel people from Japan to Honda UK of Manufacturing or other Honda's group companies in Swindon. That is the reason we have a Japanese restaurant, Japnese-English bilingal signs, Japanese satelite TV programmes and Japanese grocery.
Now we open the door to the public and welcome guests coming from all over the world. But still, thankfully, many Japanese guests choose us when they come to Swindon.
Stanton Fitzwarren is a unique village of just 200 inhabitants nestling on the edge of the Cotswolds, yet just 10 minutes drive from Swindon with a history stretching back over 2000 years
St Leonard’s Church
This is a grade I listed building dating from the 13th 14th centuries. However it is the late 12th century Norman font, possibly from an earlier church burnt down in the 13th century that earns the church its grade I listing.
Stanton Lake Park
With access through our gardens to the Lake and Park, we are well situated to enjoy unspoilt views, Stanton Park is a 74-hectare country park and Local Nature Reserve a few minutes drive away from the center of Swindon.
It features extensive woodland and a large lake. The Park also contains a Scheduled Ancient Monument- the site of a Roman Villa (although there are no visible remains).
It is the holder of a Green Flag award, which describes it as an ‘inspiring and largely unspoiled example of a country park’.
Nature Reserve status was acquired for 36 hectares of the park that includes the lake, woodland and grassland.