Good Hotel Guide Review
This 17th-century manor house of honeyed Cotswold stone looks every bit the smart country house hotel. Inside, all is relaxed and informal, with board games in the lounge and Hunter wellies by the entrance. It has been owned by the Munir family since the late 1990s. Passionate collectors, they have added artwork and decorative pieces to the interiors where traditional decor (button-back armchairs, pleated pelmets, floral wallpaper) meets quirky contemporary style. Bedrooms are in the main house and the attached converted barn and granary. Lords rooms are the largest – one has a colonial four-poster bed, another a bay window overlooking the gardens – but all offer a laid-back, luxurious feel, with embroidered silk throws, coffee- and tea-making facilities plus elderflower pressé and Damana toiletries. There are two restaurants: the fine-dining Atrium and the less formal Dining Room. Menus, including an imaginative vegan menu and a vegetarian tasting menu, are created by chef Charles Smith; service is ‘confident and assured’. ‘We had a very good time and hope to return,’ says one recent guest. (Rosemary Melling)
26. 16 in granary and stables, several on the ground floor.
lounges, bar, 2 restaurants, library, games room, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, terrace, 8-acre grounds, some public rooms wheelchair accessible, no adapted toilet.
in lounge bar and restaurant.
all ages welcomed, in the Cotswold Junior Suites, with a supplement.
allowed in some bedrooms, public rooms, not restaurant (£30 a night).
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £155–£510, D,B&B £280–£640. À la carte £45, tasting menu £95. 1-night bookings refused mid-summer Sat.
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Midweek Dinner and Breakfast for Two Special Offer
This Midweek Dinner and Breakfast For Two offer includes: Overnight accommodation. A three course dinner from a special table d’hote menu in The Dining Room. A glass of Prosecco before dinner. Full English Breakfast. Save over 25% and indulge in some much-needed R&R – don’t wait around, spaces are limited! All from just £255 per room per night. T&Cs: This rate is valid for stays from Sundays to Thursdays only until 31st October, subject to availability. From November until 31st March 2022 the rate will be from £225 for a Country Room. This offer is unavailable on the following dates: 24th December 2021 to 1st January 2022, 13th & 14th February 2022, 14th-18th March 2022. Upgraded rooms may be available for a supplement, please enquire when booking. Dinner includes three courses from a special table d’hote menu served in The Dining Room. The menu comprises a choice of starters, main courses and desserts. Supplements apply to certain dishes. You may upgrade to the eight course tasting menu in Atrium for a supplement of £65.00 per person. Please enquire when booking. The hotel will automatically reserve you a table in The Dining Room at a selected available time. Should you wish to dine at a specific time please notify the hotel at the time of booking. The hotel is as accommodating as it can be with special dietary restrictions however please do notify them in advance of any specific requirements you might have. Credit card details are taken only to guarantee the reservation, no deposit is required. In the event of cancellation within 24 hours of arrival, 50% of the total rate will be charged by Lords of the Manor as a cancellation fee. Please mention the Good Hotel Guide when booking.
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.