Lords of the Manor

‘Croquet on the lawn is a must’ at this honey-stone former rectory surrounded by ‘beautiful, magical’ gardens – but that’s not all of it. More

Contact details

Lords of the Manor
Upper Slaughter
Gloucestershire
GL54 2JD
England
01451 820243

Hotel information

Bedrooms

26. 16 in converted granary and stables, 1 on ground floor.

Open

all year.

Facilities

drawing room, lounge bar, restaurant, library, games room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, terrace, 8-acre grounds, unsuitable for disabled.

Background music

none.

Children

all ages welcomed, no under-15s in restaurant in evening (high teas/separate dining options).

Dogs

allowed in some bedrooms, not in restaurant.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2017] per room B&B £150–£510, D,B&B £325–£640. Set menu £72.50, tasting menu £90.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

‘Croquet on the lawn is a must’ at this honey-stone former rectory surrounded by ‘beautiful, magical’ gardens – but that’s not all of it. There are ‘scrumptious’ cakes to be had at a fireside tea, and drinks and ‘excellent canapés’ in the panelled bar; in the ‘elegant’ restaurant, Charles Smith, the new chef, cooks ‘accomplished’ modern dishes using the best locally sourced produce (his go-to cheesemaker is just down the lane, for instance). Typical options on the seasonal menu: braised chicken wing, glazed veal sweetbread, pickled trompette mushroom; roasted loin of rabbit, watercress salsa, truffle potato croquette. Pick one of the individually decorated, country-style bedrooms to suit: some are thought ‘fairly small’, others, more spacious, are praised for their ‘splendid views’ over garden, village or surrounding hills. No matter the size, every bedroom is supplied with good toiletries and a decanter of organic cordial. In balmy weather, borrow a pair of wellies for a short walk into Lower Slaughter; the ‘very pleasant’ staff have recommendations aplenty for exploration further afield. (F and IW, and others)

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Special offers

£129 per room per night Special Offer

Spring is a great time to be in the Cotswolds! Longer, warmer days; spring flowers and our local villages and wonderful walks make for a romantic short break. Best of all, you can stay at Lords of the Manor and pay just £129 per room per night. Indulge in accommodation in a Country bedroom and full English breakfast. Plus, complimentary late check out by 12 noon! You can also add the option of dining in the award-winning restaurant with the A La Carte menu, pre-book now to receive 20% off! Pure relaxation in a Country Manor House Hotel surrounded by 8 acres of garden. You’ve earned it. T&C’s: This offer is available from Sunday to Thursday nights until May 31st, excluding Bank Holiday weekends. Offer subject to availability. Upgrades to other room categories are available, please call for full details. Please mention the Good Hotel Guide when booking.

Upgrade voucher

This hotel accepts room upgrade vouchers which entitle readers to a space available room upgrade. The voucher must be presented at check-in and is entirely at the hotelier’s discretion.

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Lords of the Manor
Upper Slaughter
Gloucestershire
GL54 2JD

Guest comments

'Welcoming, comfortable and relaxing. Our room was large and well appointed. The food was very good, and promptly served. ' - Rosemary Melling - January, 2018
'A lovely hotel. The gardens are beautiful. Croquet on the lawn is a must do activity. The food is excellent. We ended up having a tasting menu one evening which we hadn't expected but it was very good. Our room was fairly small. It's an expensive hotel and they insist on you staying for two nights at the weekend. The staff were very pleasant. ' - RW - June, 2016
'When you walk from the car park through the beds hedged in by neatly cropped box, the quality and ambience of the hotel immediately becomes self-evident. Witts, our large room in the main building, had a splendid view from the window seats over the gardens. The fireside in the panelled bar is just the place for a cocktail. In the extensive dining room, well-spaced tables are elegantly set; meals are served by attentive waiting staff. We enjoyed the one-Michelin-star cooking. Breakfast had a comprehensive cold buffet, and a good cooked breakfast. ' - Francine and Ian Walsh - February, 2015

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