17th-century country house on the banks of the River Eye


Facilities & services

  • 19 rooms and suites
  • Restaurant
  • Lounge
  • Library
  • Bar
  • Tennis court

The Slaughters Manor House is a beautiful 17th-century country house in the pretty village of Lower Slaughter. Sat on the banks of the River Eye with redwoods and horse chestnuts framing the hotel, there are few locations more charming.

The 19 rooms and suites are classically British in style, with antique furniture and fine fabrics, and flashes of contemporary design. Some of the suites comes with dark wooden beams, and many come with rolltop baths.

The hotel sits in five acres of landscaped gardens, filled with roses, fragrant lavender and tinkling fountains. There is a croquet lawn and a tennis court for those who want to partake in these most British of sports. When you want to relax, sit back with the papers in the lounge, take a seat in front of the crackling fire in the library or retire to the billiards room.

With three AA rosettes, eating at the restaurant is one of the highlights of a stay at Slaughters Manor House. The à la carte and the tasting menus are filled with creative dishes using locally sourced and seasonal produce. You can also indulge in afternoon tea and enjoy a selection of sandwiches, cakes and pastries. The bar is the perfect place to enjoy a tipple and there is a specialist gin menu, each one coming with a well matched tonic and garnish.

If you fancy exploring then the hotel is a short walk from Upper Slaughter and Bourton-on-the-Water and a short drive from Stow-on-the-Wold.

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