The Slaughters Manor House is a beautiful 17th century manor house in the centre of Lower Slaughter, one of the most picture-perfect villages in the Cotswolds.
The Slaughters Manor House combines contemporary interiors with country charm, offering guests a luxurious and idyllic retreat. It has 19 luxurious bedrooms, each with its own unique character.
Some of the bedrooms are located in the main house, while others are located in the beautiful courtyard area. All bedrooms are equipped with crisp white linen, plumped-up pillows, and Vispring beds for a perfect night’s sleep.
The restaurant at The Slaughters Manor House is highly acclaimed. It is housed in a light and airy orangery, serves modern British cuisine, created using the finest locally sourced ingredients, and the sommelier is on hand to recommend the perfect wine to match your meal. Guests can also enjoy lunch, afternoon tea, or lighter bites in the bar and lounges.
The Slaughters Manor House is set within five acres of stunning landscaped gardens, which feature a quintessentially English croquet lawn, tennis court, billiards room, and cocktail bar. The hotel also offers a range of spa treatments and activities, including walking tours and cycling trails.
It is known that a manor house stood on the site of The Slaughters Manor House before the Conquest, as early as 1004 AD. In 1443, the manor became a convent for nuns from the order of Syon. The two-storey dovecote that still stands in the grounds is believed to have supplied the nuns with nourishment. The manor was returned to the Crown in 1603 and in 1611 was granted to Sir George Whitmore, High Sheriff of Gloucestershire. It remained in his family until 1964 when it became a hotel. The property was purchased by Andrew Brownsword Hotels in 2011.
The Slaughters Manor House is the perfect place to escape for a relaxing and luxurious break in the Cotswolds. With its beautiful accommodation, award-winning restaurant, and stunning setting, The Slaughters Manor House offers everything you need for a truly memorable experience.