Stanley Village provides boutique accommodation and a fully licensed restaurant right on the waterfront in Stanley, with views to the Nut and out across Sawyer Bay. With The Bond Store restaurant, built from the ballast of early sailing ships and the relocated Wiltshire Railway Station on site, this property exemplifies a Stanley heritage experience and a high level of comfort.
Enjoy a room with a view - either over the town, long sandy beach or the rolling green hills. A choice of Verandah rooms which open onto a large balcony, Comfy rooms or the cosy Snug rooms all have refurbished bathrooms. A couple of rooms with shared facilities for our visitors on a budget give a range of options. Typical of the era, all 10 rooms are upstairs and have to accommodate the quirks of an 1830’s building.
Featuring views over the sea, the hills and up to Highfield House and The Nut - 'the Green House' is perfect. A sunny verandah to take in the view, a large, light kitchen/dining/lounge.
Originally a bakery, it has been converted into a delightful studio apartment (featuring the original bakers oven) and is perfect for a couple.
A modern one bedroom apartment virtually in the centre of town, Abbey's on Church features a large bathroom with walk in shower and 2 person corner spa and a large bedroom with a king size bed.
This warm and inviting self-contained cottage features two bedrooms, and kitchen/dining/ living area with some of Stanley's best water views. Watch spectacular sunsets over the green hills, coast and beach.
This beautiful heritage cottage on the terrace, directly beneath The Nut and facing the bay, has stunning rural, coastal and beach views and every comfort to enjoy. Three bedrooms, sitting room and kitchen/dining, bathroom with spa, and a lovely front verandah and large garden complete the picture.
Situated in an attractive garden, Abbey’s Cottage, built in 1870, has lovely sea and rural views. Great for a larger group or family - 2 bedrooms on the ground floor and 2 attic bedrooms and 2 lounge rooms and 2 bathrooms, there is space for everyone.
Close to the centre of town and all the attractions of Stanley, these family friendly, comfortable units are close to the beaches and The Nut, as well as Stanley’s great dining options.
Built in 1903 and owned by the same family for three generations, this spacious federation house, with many original features, is a piece of Stanley history. Set in a rambling, old-fashioned garden, the house exudes the quirky vintage appeal and character of a well loved family home.