Lords of the Manor
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- Lords of the Manor is an AA Inspectors' Choice property with four Red Stars, and is a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World collection
- The hotel won a Good Hotel Guide Editor's Choice 2017 award in the Country House Hotels category
- Located in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the property sits in eight acres of private gardens
- The restaurant "is the venue for consistently impressive cuisine", according to The AA
A 17th-century former rectory, the Lords of the Manor is a Small Luxury Hotel of the World located in eight acres of secluded gardens and fields in the Cotswolds countryside.
The hotel is in the pretty village of Upper Slaughter, around 20 minutes' walk from Lower Slaughter. We recommend visiting the Old Mill Museum (open 10am-6pm daily), which has displays dedicated to the mill's breadmaking history, a craft shop, a riverside tearoom and an ice-cream parlour. Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold are both 10 minutes' drive from the hotel, and Chipping Campden -- where you'll find what is "often described as the 'most perfect high street in England'", according to The Daily Telegraph -- is 25 minutes' drive away.
The hotel's restaurant uses ingredients from local and regional producers to create "consistently impressive cuisine" (The AA). The sommelier can give tours of the hotel's 1000-bin wine cellar.
Bedrooms are individually furnished and have views of the courtyard or the village of Upper Slaughter. Manor Rooms are larger than Country Rooms and are in the converted barn and granary, which is attached to the main house.