Timeshare reviews at Stouts Hill
This is an amazing resort! Having an opportunity to stay in a 17th century castle is one you will never forget. The main building has several common rooms open to all the guests including a library with an honour bar - you help yourself and pay on checkout.
There are indoor and outdoor pools, a spa, two game rooms featuring foosball, ping pong and two regulation snooker tables (like pocket billiards only larger), a croquet field, a putting green, a pitch and putt course and a badminton court (indoor no less).
There are only 14 units, so during the week we barely encountered the other guests. The neighboring villages are charming and just dripping with history. Our favorite was Gloucester - the Abby was used extensively in the Harry Potter movies.
There are nine units in the main building and five 2-bedroom units in the newer manor house. Opt for the main building if you can. The units are nicely furnished and feature all the modern conveniences even if the kitchens are a little small.
lovely,quiet place to stay with or without the grandchildren. No bright lights or flashy arcades, just gentle countryside living. The shops are not convenient but the surrounding villages are worth a trip. The local village has a children's playground. Only two bedroomed accommodation. When are they going to get three bedrooms built?