The Hotel ...a cotswold idyll
The LORDS of the MANOR is a haven for those afflicted with the deeply unfashionable desire to do nothing but sink into a large sofa with a drink and a book.
You won't find a gym, a jogging track or a jacuzzi here.
Some guests have been known, occasionally, to break into a brisk walk within the gardens. At certain times of day, the noise levels in the restaurant and bar will reflect the convivial effect of fine food and wine.
You might strain to overhear a hot tip for tomorrow's races at Cheltenham. But that may well be the extent of your exertions.
Relax. You are at the Lords of the Manor, and we are here to look after you.
Our service takes its cue from the idyllic surrounds. Without intruding on the peace and relaxation of your stay, you will find that a warming drink, a newspaper and a menu are always close to hand.
Tranquil, elegant, refined
The LORDS of the MANOR at Upper Slaughter is a timeless corner of the Cotswolds. A 17th century, former Rectory of honey-coloured stone, walled gardens, parkland and lake. This is how a country-house hotel should be - tranquil, elegant and refined.
Whatever you are escaping from, you will breathe a sigh of contentment on arrival here. In winter, log-fires are permanently lit. On warmer days, you might be drawn to the shade of a pear tree in the walled gardens, or a restful bench by the lake.