Our love of the Cotswolds and memories of a friend's wedding at the Lords of the Manor attracted us to accept an offer of 50% off the normal cost for a one night stay with dinner and breakfast. Dinner was a fixed five course sampler menu and was preceded by canapés. Everything was described in full detail by staff who were properly formal and friendly at the same time. Each course was beautifully prepared and presented. Items that we might have hesitated to order from an open menu turned out to be delicious and the dinner experience was gracious and enjoyable.
The dining room was very nearly full but very quiet, certainly favouring those who prefer peace to buzz. Accompanying wine was not cheap but of good quality and well recommended to accompany our main course. Breakfast was more than adequate and presented with care similar to that of the dinner.
The building was not designed to be a hotel and is a maze of corridors and small rooms. All of this adds to an old world charm and might be described as tired in some areas but only in the same way as a pair of comfortable old slippers.
For us this was quite a long trek from Yorkshire for a one night stay but we were able to include walks on the days of arrival and departure, refreshing our love of the area and visiting some of our favourite places. It was certainly a couple of days to be cherished and talked about for a long time.
In rating the hotel we have tried to do so taking into account expectations which other visitors will have of somewhere that is by no means cheap.
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Lords Of The Manor
- Lords Of The Manor Hotel Cotswolds, England - The Slaughters