Lords of the Manor

A coat of arms and portraits of past owners set the tone at this honey-hued former rectory, recommended by Guide readers for a ‘welcoming, comfortable, relaxing’ country house experience 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, some public rooms wheelchair accessible, no adapted toilet.

Background music

in lounge bar and restaurant.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

allowed in some bedrooms, all public rooms except restaurant.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

per room B&B £150-£510, D,B&B £280-£640. A la carte £73, tasting menu £95. 1-night bookings refused mid-summer Sat.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

A coat of arms and portraits of past owners set the tone at this honey-hued former rectory, recommended by Guide readers for a ‘welcoming, comfortable, relaxing’ country house experience. The 17th-century building is a ‘lovely’ rambling hotel with a family crest above the porch, mullion windows, antiques, cosy fireplaces and ‘lots of nice touches – board games to play, wellies to borrow’. It is surrounded by several ‘beautiful’ gardens including a lawn, apparently custom-built for Pimm’s and croquet, a walled garden, a wild flower meadow. Inside the elegant dining room, with its beams and original art, chef Charles Smith’s ‘excellent’ seasonal menus might include hand-dived Orkney scallop, green asparagus, squid ink mousseline; fallow deer, buttered hispi cabbage, young beetroots, violet mustard. The ‘well-appointed’ bedrooms have ‘lots of drawers and hangers’; the largest have archetypal Cotswold views, bay windows, colonial four-poster. Management has recently been taken back in-house, although as a reader says: ‘Had we not asked, we’d not have known: service was confident and assured. We had a very good time, and hope to return.’ (Rosemary Melling, and others)

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Special offers

Cotswold Sumptuous Mid-Week 10% Discount Summer Stay Special Offer

Soak up the summer in the magnificent Cotswolds at Lords of the Manor. Book your mid-week stay for any date until the end of September and you will get 10% off the advertised room rate, a glass of bubbly before enjoying a specially selected 5 course dinner and a complimentary late check out so you can take a leisurely stroll and enjoy the beauty of the countryside before you depart. The Cotswold Mid-Week Summer Stay rates start from £249 per room per night, depending on your chosen date and your preferred room type. Your stay will include: Five Course Dinner for Two with a glass of Prosecco to start. Luxury Overnight Accommodation. Full English Breakfast. Complimentary late Check Out at 12 Noon. Please mention the Good Hotel Guide when booking.

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This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 10% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. To take advantage of this offer, you must present the voucher at the time of booking.

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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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