Lords of the Manor is one of the most acclaimed luxury hotels in The Cotswolds – and Britain. The setting of this country house hotel is Upper Slaughter, a beautiful village near popular Cotswold towns such as Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold.
Atrium at Lords of the Manor is the tasting menu based, fine-dining restaurant. Standards are impeccable and this is where Head Chef, Charles Smith, works to develop the 3 AA Rosette, Good Food Guide listed cutting edge of cuisine in the Cotswolds. With just 14 covers, this is one of the most sought after dining bookings in Gloucestershire.
The Dining Room is the perfect complement to Atrium at Lords of the Manor, presenting a choice for guests staying for more than one night – or calling in for a weekend lunch. The à la carte menu and ambience are relaxing, with lighter options served in a room that is everything that a good restaurant in the Cotswolds should be.
Charming Bedrooms in one of the finest Cotswolds Luxury Hotels: The bedrooms offer all that might wish to see within a top Cotswolds luxury hotel, with views of the lawns, the walled garden, gently sloping Cotswold hills or the ancient village of Upper Slaughter.
Position ‘A’ in the Cotswolds: Guests often comment that arriving at this honey-coloured stone former rectory is like stepping into a very good friend’s house. According to the season, log fires crackle or French windows are thrown open to the summer air. Many visitors find it hard to leave their home comforts but can relax in the knowledge that when they do explore, the hotel's location is perfect. Gentle walking (wellies are by the door) or a little light shopping in picture-perfect Cotswold villages are the order of the day – plus all of the events, National Trust gardens and historic houses that make the Cotswolds the joy that they are.
Check in: 15:00 (3:00pm) - 22:00 (10:00pm) (arrivals may be allowed outside this window if your travel plans can't be adjusted however this is subject to availability)
Check out: 06:00 (6:00am) - 11:00 (11:00am)