Gently rolling green hills, stone castles, burbling brooks: the English countryside of fairytales and legends comes to life in the Cotswold setting of The Slaughters Manor House. The 17th-century stone manor is straight of Jane Austen, promising to bring your fantasy of a romantic English retreat to life. The Slaughters Manor House re-opened its doors after an extensive three month refurbishment of the entire ground floor, in March 2016, with a new sophisticated countryside concept.
Privately owned by Andrew and Christina Brownsword, this stunning country house hotel combines sophisticated interiors with a contemporary interpretation of countryside life, attentive service and a relaxed ambience.
All 19 bedrooms at the Slaughters Manor House are luxuriously appointed. Every room, individually named, is unique in design and features a luxurious bathroom. Naturally all come with crisp white linen, plumped up pillows and super-comfy beds to guarantee that perfect night’s slumber.
The restaurant is one of the most acclaimed in the Cotswolds, and the proud holder of three AA rosettes by the AA Restaurant Guide. Nik Chappell, executive chef, focuses his menus on celebrating the Cotswolds’ excellent regional produce.
The village of Lower Slaughter is considered to be amongst the prettiest in England and is a popular destination all year round for guests wishing to escape to the countryside. The area is perfect for discovering the Cotswolds on foot or venturing further afield to the thriving market towns of Stow-on-the-Wold, Moreton-in-Marsh and Chipping Campden. The images of this fairytale getaway will remain with long after your sojourn in the Cotswolds.