Whatley Manor is a beautifully restored manor house hotel and spa in the Cotswolds, with great passion for quality and excellence, and a philosophy for a way of doing things that is hard to find in the modern world.
The fifteen rooms and eight suites at Whatley Manor are all entirely individual in style and design. The furniture is a blend of antique and contemporary, and stunning artworks are sourced from around the world. Overall the impression is of a very beautiful private manor house.
If you’re looking for an unforgettable experience of luxury, wellbeing and relaxation, the Aquarias Spa at Whatley Manor is exactly the right place for you. The features renowned spa brands, including face and body treatments by Natura Bisse, ‘beyond organic’ treatments by ila-spa, Lava Shells by Shared Beauty Secrets and natural nail care by Jessica Nails.
Food is big at Whatley Manor, in both flavour and originality. With a choice of two dining experiences, The Dining Room and Le Mazot, and two bars; perfect for an aperitif before lunch or dinner, the style is classical French with a modern interpretation using the very best ingredients.
Set in 12 acres with 26 distinctive areas of the gardens for you to discover, you don’t have to stay indoors to enjoy the wonders of Whatley Manor. Take a picnic rug and meander down to the river through the woodland and wild flower meadows, watch the sunset from a secluded arbour in the enchanting Loggia Garden, snuggle up on the dream bed, admire the contemporary sculpture and unique theatrical lighting scheme… we could go on! Inspired by the original 1920’s plans, the gardens combine the elegance of a traditional English country house garden. South facing arbours, magical lighting and striking contemporary sculpture, these gardens continually surprise and delight.
Once you have taken a walk around the gardens you might like to watch your favourite film in the forty-seat cinema which can be hired privately. Whatley Manor is the perfect backdrop to your wedding and special event. The 12 acres of English country gardens and the surrounding area make the venue particularly versatile.