Once you open the door of Stanton House, you find yourself in the entrance hall with Victorian tiled floor before entering the large main hall where there is a cosy corner with Danish wood burner. There's a coffee corner and a small but useful bookstall with a comfortable seating area, so you can enjoy your cups of tea and coffee, and indulge yourself by trying the famous afternoon cakes and enjoy the beautiful view. From the main hall you can access the dining room with a lovely view through the large bay window to the Wellingtonia tree. Two lounges are also accessed from the main hall. The larger one has a piano and many windows, and the smaller one has a TV, a stove burner and bookshelves. You will always find a comfy chair and a space for rest or fellowship. From the main hall it is possible to get out into the gardens through the glass door which is often left open in summer.