Visit The Cotswolds This January
If you’re looking for a uniquely charming hotel in the Cotswolds to escape to this January, our luxury home is the perfect place to banish those winter blues. We have compiled a selection of the best reasons to visit the Cotswolds after the chaotic Christmas period…
The Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham
While we understand it can be difficult to resist the temptation to simply stay put in our luxury premises, if you are looking for something to do during your stay in the Cotswolds then venture to The Everyman Theatre. The pantomime performance of ‘Dick Whittington And His Cat’ is running until the 7th of January and just may be the perfect way to keep you entertained after the hectic festive period.
Conveniently located just a thirty minute drive from Cheltenham, you don’t need an excuse for some January sales shopping. If you seek less hustle and bustle, perhaps some light shopping in the picture-perfect Cotswolds Village of Bourton on the Water is for you. Many people are understandably tempted by its alternative name “Venice of the Cotswolds” due to it being famously situated by the River Windrush. Flowing straight through the main shopping area, it makes for some breath-taking views as you treat yourself or your loved ones to some treats.
A Very English Champagne Afternoon Tea
At Lords of The Manor, we understand that everyone needs something to brighten up what can be the coldest month of the New Year. The perfect way to catch up with those you didn’t get to meet with over Christmas, our Champagne Afternoon Tea is an event in itself. We’re offering 20% off champagne afternoon tea in January at our luxury hotel near Cheltenham, so if you have some friends or loved ones you want to see be sure to book a table.
Refreshing Wintery Walks
An ideal way to beat the January blues and ease the guilt of Christmas indulgence is to immerse yourself in the idyllic Cotswold’s countryside. Located in the stunning village of Upper slaughter, we are perfectly situation for wintery walks right from our doorstep. We’re also just a twenty-minute drive away from the tranquil Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate, which has several walks through the varied countryside. If you’re looking for a dog-friendly Cotswolds hotel, then you won’t have to leave your four-legged friends behind – we welcome them with open arms.
Once you’ve worked (or walked!) up an appetite, join us at our much sought-after fine dining restaurant in the Cotswolds. Our Head Chef, Charles Smith joined us after working in some of the best restaurants in the world including Petrus by Marcus Wareing, Per Se (at the time rated the best restaurant in New York, rated 10th in the world), Kitchen Table and Fera at Claridges. Take a look at our exquisite sample menus created by Charles.