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West Stoke House - Review
SET AMID THE ROLLING FIELDS of the Goodwood Estate, West Stoke House is a place for halcyon days and white linen nights. This Sussex boutique restaurant with rooms also dazzles with culinary finesse.
Surrounded by acres of manicured lawns, graceful trees and wildflower meadows, West Stoke House makes the perfect luxurious base for exploring the south coast.
Sophistication with a laidback edge is the keynote inside this classic and light-filled Georgian house, with its super-cool interiors and walls showcasing the talents of exciting new artists.
Eight individually styled bedrooms whose tall sash windows gaze over sweeping countryside sport a clean and contemporary look set off with stripped wood floors, fresh-cut flowers, French antiques and splashes of country chic.
Huge beds are dressed in crisp Egyptian linen, while swish bathrooms stocked with L’Occitane body products come with deep tubs and drench showers. Soothing neutral shades are set off by bold, unframed modern art.
We loved the glamorous big round bed in Gregory, and the pink damask and teardrop chandeliers of French Grey. Jean’s Attic charms with its timber beams, deep tub and views over the paddocks, while Cedar is flooded with light.
West Stoke House is a culinary hotspot, and foodies come here from far and wide to experience head chef Darren Brown’s outstanding Michelin-starred cooking. Sit down to French-influenced, modern British dishes in the candlelit dining room – the former ballroom – whose huge sash windows frame the setting sun beyond rolling lawns. The vibe is relaxed, with spot-on service.
Start the night off in the bar with its poster-red walls, bold contemporary art, leather bucket chairs and wall of windows. Walk off your indulgences later with a stroll across lush lawns where lofty 300-year-old cedar trees cast their luminous shadows.
West Stoke House was reviewed by Room for Romance