Lords Of The Manor
Upper Slaughter, Cheltenham GL54 2JD, UK
Fringed on all sides by lush trees and rolling hills, Lords of the Manor in Upper Slaughter is an imposing 17th century manor house. The hotel nestles inside eight acres of quintessential English country gardens and the interiors boast just as much allure. Elegant country design, huge bay windows and original stone fireplaces invite you to escape in luxury.
Bedrooms at Lords of the Manor
Home to 26 bedrooms, Lords of the Manor Hotel blends beautiful furnishings, oversized beds and luxurious bathrooms with original features that remain sympathetic to the building’s heritage.
Food & Drink
The hotel plays host to two restaurants, including Atrium at Lords of the Manor, which has notched up 3 AA Rosettes for its fine dining. Charles Smith heads up the kitchen and works tirelessly to deliver some of the finest dishes in the country. With accolades such as one of the “Top 20 most Romantic Dining Rooms” by The Times, it’s no wonder food lovers travel from far and wide to experience the food. Dishes are accompanied by fine wines from the hotel’s 17th century wine cellars. The Dining Room is relaxed with an a la carte menu looking onto the pretty walled garden.
Weddings at Lords of the Manor Hotel
With such an enchanting setting, Lords of the Manor in Upper Slaughter provides a fairytale backdrop for weddings. The hotel accommodates up to 150 guests and is available for exclusive use as well as more intimate affairs.
Tips from Lords of the Manor in Upper Slaughter
The walk between Upper and Lower Slaughter is one of the great English short walks across fields and meadows. Return to ‘Lords’ for afternoon tea on the lawn.
Take a tour of the hotel’s wine cellar, with over 1000 bins.
The Church of St Peter is ‘doubly blessed’ meaning that every villager returned safely from both World Wars.
Popular excursions include Cotswold Farm Park, Daylesford Farm Shop, National Trust gardens and Batsford Arboretum for Autumn colour.
Dog friendly rooms available. This Upper Slaughter hotel features in The Good Hotel Guide Editor’s Choice as Best Dog-Friendly Hotel 2019.
The Lordly Dog
Summer Time in the Cotswolds
Our 2019 Summer Offer has a couple of extra touches to help you make the most of this most delightful corner of England. We’ve included admission to Sudeley Castle and Gardens, Queen Katherine Parr’s home, with our compliments.
We’ve also included a complimentary late checkout at 12 noon so you’ll have plenty of time to wake up and smell the summer roses.
The Summer Time in the Cotswolds one night stay package is subject to availability and includes welcome tea or coffee with homemade biscuits on arrival, £45 per person allowance against the à la carte menu in The Dining Room restaurant, 2 tickets to Sudeley Castle per booking, check out at 12 noon and full English breakfast.
Bourton House Garden is 9km away
Cotswolds Distillery - A Finest Guide is 19km away