Studley Castle offers just over 200 rooms arranged across four locations. The pick includes historic suites in the Victorian manor, a new wing and contemporary rooms in the estate’s former stables and lodge.
The heart of the hotel
An oasis of calm in the middle of the action, most of the accommodation is in the contemporary Studley wing, close to the restaurants, bars and Guest Services at the heart of the hotel.
Arranged over three floors (with lift access) the 156 rooms are classically elegant and thoughtfully designed with king-size beds and contemporary bathrooms. Many offer a private balcony or patio overlooking Warwickshire’s fields and grazing sheep.
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The 24 rooms in the original 1830s-built castle are close to the hotel’s Victorian lounges. Peaceful, with lots of period detail for history lovers, they’re arranged over three floors.
All are individually designed and different shapes and sizes. Some have roomy lounges, others countryside views and a couple even have roll top baths tucked into their turrets. Some rooms on the second and third floors are only accessible via a narrow staircase.
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Perfect for the spa
Situated in what were once the Castle’s riding stables, added to the estate towards the end of the 19th century by then owner Thomas Walker, these modern rooms are next door to The Stables Spa. It’s simply a case of throwing on a robe and the pool, treatment rooms, sauna and loungers are just a few steps away. The 23 rooms are on two floors. There’s no lift access but dedicated parking is right outside.
The most private rooms – six in total – are tucked away in the Lodge. It’s a detached two-storey building (no lift) but still close to the spa and ideal for friends and family holidaying as a group. The ground floor rooms have a patio and there’s dedicated parking.
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