Ledbury Rd, Staunton, Gloucester GL19 3QS
Staunton is a small village in Gloucestershire, only 8 miles north of the city of Gloucester. Originally part of Worcestershire, Staunton became a part of Gloucestershire in 1931.
In the village of Staunton, you will find Staunton Court, a family run business offering multi-purpose business park facilities and a fishing lake.
If you are looking to set up a business in the area, or move into a new working space, Staunton Court offers a range of offices, studios, workshops, industrial units and warehousing. These business units are in the Court House area, surrounded by studding views of the Church and fishing lakes.
Most of the business units are listed buildings, making the area a desirable and attractive place to centre your business. With a mix of old and new buildings and various different spaces, Staunton Court could be perfect for you.
As well as offering business units on the business park, Staunton Court has well stocked fishing lakes, stocked with carp, tench, bream, roach, rudd, chub, crucians and eels.
Once lake is open for public and private match bookings and there is also a small lake, which is popular for roach fishing and is more sheltered if there is bad weather or it is particularly windy.
All of this is set within beautiful farmed countryside, and there are even caravan and camping areas for those travelling to Gloucestershire, or passing through.
Staunton Court is not only surrounded by stunning scenery, there is also plenty to do in the area, such as visiting the Cotswolds and Severn Vale.
If you want to visit some tourist spots in the area, there is the John Huggins Ruardean Garden Pottery, which specialises in crafting hand thrown terracotta pots, or Perrygrove railway, Dean Forest railway or Clearwell caves.
Of course, you can always take a trip into the centre of Gloucester and explore everything the city has to offer!