Lords of the Manor
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.
all of the bedrooms are individually furnished and decorated and are equipped with flat screen televisions, DVD players and ipod docking stations.
The Tracy Room: The original Master’s bedroom with a large picture window overlooking the estate. This unique room has a colonial poster bed along with a double shower and a large roll top bath.
Lords Bedrooms: Choose from the largest bedrooms in the house with the best garden views, a suite with separate sitting room (and a sofa bed if needed - ideal for families or a longer stay), or a junior suite with separate sitting area to have that little bit of extra space and luxury all for yourself.
Rectory Rooms: Situated in the main house, "the old rectory", these rooms are the place to be if you want to embrace the beautiful Cotswold countryside as all the Rectory bedrooms benefit from wonderful garden views.
Manor Rooms: Beautifully finished and spacious, the Manor rooms are larger than the Country bedrooms. Situated in the converted barn and granary, but still attached to the main house, these bedrooms have views out towards the village or our tranquil inner courtyard.
Country Rooms: They have all the fine finishing touches you would expect and are perfect for a comfortable nights sleep.
Dining at Lords of the Manor. One of the many pleasures of a stay at the Lords of the Manor is the guarantee of fine food and wine in elegant surroundings. Lords of the Manor is one of 26 restaurants to win a star in the latest edition of the Michelin Guide confirming its reputation as one of the UK's most exciting restaurants.
Private Dining, Parties, Wedding Receptions and Celebrations. Whether you are planning a family celebration, a lavish party or an intimate dinner for close friends, it is hard to find a more beautiful setting for your celebration than Lords of the Manor. The hotel can accommodate groups of up to 50 for private parties and functions.
Weddings: The Hotel is fully licensed to hold civil ceremonies and partnerships and offers a choice of idyllic settings, the Garden room, which overlooks the beautiful walled garden or the conservatory, flooded with sunlight and with access to the courtyard. To accommodate a greater number of guests, a marquee can be arranged in the grounds for 50 to 120 people .
Business Events: A selection of discrete, private and executive meeting rooms offer you the choice and flexibility to suit all of your business needs. The principal meeting room, the Garden room, offers plenty of natural daylight, Broadband access, screen and flipchart and we will be pleased to assist in hiring any further equipment you require.
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