The Manor House Hotel

An imposing manor in the historic market town of Moreton-in-Marsh

The Manor House Hotel

The Manor House Hotel, High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire GL56 0LJ, UK

Tucked behind a leafy canopy on the vibrant high street of the historic market town, The Manor House Hotel in Moreton-in-Marsh is a 16th-century country manor packed to the rafters with character. Flop-into armchairs, open log fires and cute nooks and crannies offer the perfect cosy winter setting. In the warmer months, the pretty walled gardens and light-filled conservatory invite you to indulge in an al fresco afternoon tea.

Food & Drink

With 2 AA Rosettes under its belt, The Mulberry Restaurant has seasonally changing menus that show off the finest Cotswolds produce. The eight-course Tasting Menu with matching wines is a must for all food lovers visiting this luxury hotel in Gloucestershire.

Saunter over to The Beagle Brasserie and Bar for chilled-out drinks and lighter bites. There are no formalities here just a relaxed atmosphere where you can eat, drink and feel at home with friends. We’re guessing you’ll probably want to try one of the famous signature cocktails at The Manor House too.

Rooms at The Manor House Hotel

The 35 bedrooms are country-chic in style and while in some you might find a freestanding bath, in others you’ll find a four poster bed or a pretty view. If you’re looking for an intimate retreat, Apple Cottage can be found in the hotel grounds and promises plenty of charm with a pretty garden, terrace and private hot tub.

Tips from The Manor House

Redesdale Hall is just a short walk away and hosts occasional antique and flea markets.

Be sure to visit the Cotswold Cheese Shop, located just across from The Manor House.

Cotswold Lavender is a beautiful little dairy farm worth visiting in the summer months.

Dog friendly accommodation is available and dogs are permitted in The Beagle Bar and gardens.

Stratford-upon-AvonWarwick Castle and the National Trust’s Upton House are all within easy reach of the hotel.

Nearby places of interest include Bourton House GardenChastleton House and Batsford Arboretum.

Walk: Around Atsford

3.5 miles (6km) | 2 hours
A pleasant circular walk, with views of deer (probably) and eagles (possibly). Plus the chance to see where raindrops decide whether to flow into the Bristol Channel or the North Sea. The route passes a fine farm shop at Old Farm in Dorn.

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