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Stratton Gardens Hotel
Cot Hill
Stratton

Bude
Cornwall

EX23 9DN | View map
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Those seeking refuge from life's pressures have been escaping to Stratton Gardens for many years. Our home is a charming, Grade II listed 16th century house once owned by the Church and run as a retreat for the clergy. Today, it is open to all, offering six well appointed, distinctively furnished bedrooms, each with en-suite facilities. Your comfort is our aim. At Stratton Gardens we offer you traditional friendly hospitality, the best in personal service and a warm welcome, for that quiet place of retreat and refreshment.

Stratton Gardens' accommodation includes a comfortable lounge and bar area. In our licensed candlelit restaurant, we take pride in offering you a choice of traditional, and the more innovative fare. We use locally farmed meat, fresh Cornish fish and locally grown vegetables whenever we can. We do our utmost to cater for those with dietary needs. For the comfort of others, smoking is not allowed anywhere inside the hotel or restaurant. Our aim is to create a restful environment for all our guests. There are attractive, secluded rear terraced gardens you are welcome to enjoy. The RHS gardens at Rosemoor are within 40 minutes drive, and a number of other famous gardens not too far away. A private car park with ample space is available at the side of the house for your use.

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Ratings/Awards: Visit Britain / AA 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7
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