Situated in one of England’s prettiest villages, The Slaughters Manor House is a beautiful 17th Century manor house which combines contemporary interiors with country charm, attentive service and one of the most acclaimed restaurants in the Cotswolds.
It is known that a manor house stood on the site before the Conquest, even as early as 1004 A.D. In 1443, the Manor became a convent housing nuns from the order of Syon, the order being granted the land during this period. 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.
Award-winning dining is at the heart of The Slaughters Manor House.
Celebrating the finest produce the Cotswolds has to offer, the team of skilled chefs create tantalising menus filled with flavour, using regionally sourced and freshly foraged ingredients, perfectly matched by the Sommelier’s wine selections.
The Manor is nestled within five acres of stunning landscaped gardens boasting fine specimen trees with magnificent Redwoods and Horse Chestnuts and a quintessentially English croquet lawn.
The Slaughters Manor House is part of Andrew Brownsword Hotels.
Comprised of thirteen properties in countryside settings and city centre locations, the collection is owned by Christina and Andrew Brownsword CBE DL who strive to create very special places that truly embody their own ethos of great hospitality.