Unique & Privately owned.
2015 UK Country House Hotel of the Year - The Good Hotel Guide
Situated in a timeless corner of the Cotswolds, in the village of Upper Slaughter, the Michelin-starred Lords of the Manor is a former rectory of honey-coloured stone, set in eight acres of landscaped gardens and rolling parkland. This is a place to relax, do as much or as little as you like, we have a pair of wellies waiting for you at the door just in case you would like to explore the stunning Cotswold countryside.
The reception rooms of the rectory have been tastefully preserved with style and character; cheerful log fires throughout the winter months and, during the warmer months, the french windows are thrown open providing exquisite views to the terrace, a perfect setting for al fresco dining.
With no intrusion on the peace and relaxation of your stay, our staff will attend to your every need, the service taking its cue from the idyllic surroundings.
Outside our eight acres you’ll find yourself in the heart of the most scenic and interesting Cotswold country. For more information on what to do and see in the Cotswolds, please see our local 'Little Black Book' here.