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Reviewed 23 September 2022 via mobile

I visited with my husband and support dog for 2 nights this week. Wonderful hotel very welcoming and nothing too much trouble. Our room was Salperton, a dog friendly room with direct access to the car park which is handy if dog needs a toilet break but also convenient for packing the car on checkout.

We ate in on one night which was superb. The Lemon Possett was wonderful. The breakfast menu is varied and plentiful. There are very pleasant lounges that overlook the front lawns and beond to grazing sheep. We didn't try the cream teas but judging from our observations they looked very good, something for next time I think .

The grounds are very beautiful with a large variety of shrubs/trees with winding paths leading to the route to lower Slaughter, and beyond.

To summarise a beautiful building, very clean and relaxing interior with staff who obviously take pride in their work and surroundings, even staff who we didn't have direct interaction with greeted us warmly. Cant wait to return.

Date of stay: September 2022
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Louise King, Marketing at Lords of the Manor Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 27 September 2022

Thank you for your lovely review. We're delighted you enjoyed your Lords of the Manor experience. We can't wait to welcome you both and Fudge back in the future!

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Reviewed 18 September 2022 via mobile

What a joyful stay we had. Historic hotel, delicious food, caring friendly and knowledgeable staff, luxurious well appointed bedrooms. No more need be said but it’s a minimum of 200 characters!Recommend this hotel for a special occasion

Room tip: Recommend taste of Cotswolds
Date of stay: September 2022
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Louise King, Marketing at Lords of the Manor Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 20 September 2022

Thank you for your lovely review! We're delighted you enjoyed your stay at Lords of the Manor.

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Reviewed 27 August 2022

Lords of the Manor proved to be the pinnacle of our Cotswolds' experience. When planning our trip to The Cotswolds, we searched countless hours to find the perfect place to stay that would compliment the full beauty and sanctuary of what was described by one blogger as “pastoral paradise”. Lords of the Manor drew us in immediately and kept piquing our interest. The more we looked at pictures, descriptions and reviews the more sure we became of having finally found the place that would be our home for nearly one week. From this point on, our excitement continued to mount as we worked with Kelly, the Front Office Manager, to plan our stay. Kelly's extraordinary warmth, care and commitment to every detail of our trip perfected our experience. By the time we arrived we already felt a warm bond with her that continued to grow each day and, when it was time to leave, she made sure to be there to offer the warmest good-bye.

Upon arrival, we were awestruck by the overall beauty of the manor and grounds which surpassed all of the pictures we had seen. There, before our eyes, were sloping hills with tables stretched across the lawn beckoning us to sit down for full afternoon tea, which is exactly what we did. It was the perfect way to relax and drink in the solitude of the countryside after having driven from busy London. The decadent tea was as delicious as it was beautiful, with two glasses of bubbles topping off the experience.

This gorgeous stone manor proudly looks out over the property's acres of rolling hills, footpaths, wildflowers, and grazing sheep. The changing light of each day is a photographer’s dream with sun peaking through trees, adding mystery to what lay ahead on seemingly endless footpaths that kept luring us further. It is exquisitely decorated with gorgeous antiques and comfortable furnishings custom upholstered with fabrics that match the wall papers. Throughout the Manor, our eyes fell upon period artwork and whimsical delights such as lamps that unexpectedly have rabbit ears popping up above the shades.

We made a dinner reservation for one night of our stay and had such a special experience we made a reservation for a second night. The beautiful dining room, exquisite food, and flawless service proved to be just as delightful on this night as the first. We thank Janet for taking such beautiful care of us each morning at breakfast and on both nights we dined.

There are many comfortable sitting areas in the Manor that invited us to relax any time of the day and night. One of our favorites was the bar sitting area that looks out over the sprawling lawn with sunlight flooding in through big picture windows. This is where Paulo took exceptional care of us with his masterful cocktail making and witty conversation. We also thank Andy for his special service, as well as Serena.

Carl, the Operations Manager of Lords of the Manor, made a lasting impression with his proud and confident air, warmth, and genuine interest in getting to know his guests. His deep knowledge of the Manor’s history is most impressive and gave us the joy of slipping back in time to the early days of the Lords, themselves.

Everyone at the front desk faithfully greeted us with big smiles throughout our stay and made us feel so welcome. We thank Kelly, Neil, Emelia and Sydney. Each of you made a lasting impression on us.

It is now one week since we arrived home and Lords of the Manor is still on our minds and in our hearts. We realize how much our experience at the Manor shaped our entire trip and made our Cotswold’s experience more than we could possibly have imagined. It felt like home to us. A place to sleep in and enjoy the quiet morning air and a place to return home to after exploring rolling hills and pretty villages by foot and car. We are already dreaming about returning and are intrigued by the thought of visiting during the festive holiday season when the Manor is decorated with greens and the smell of fires burning in the fireplaces fill the air. The next time I imagine we’ll spend less time exploring villages and more time resting in the Manor with books and glasses of scotch.

Date of stay: August 2022
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Louise King, Marketing at Lords of the Manor Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 31 August 2022

Thank you for your delightful review. Our team are thrilled that they could make your stay so special. We look forward to welcoming you back in the future!

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Reviewed 22 August 2022 via mobile

I've been all around the . I was wandering around the village at 11am yesterday, fancied a ☕, called & was gently welcomed into this deep well of efficient service, fantastic hospitality & sheer country house hospitality. The Boss now wants to stay. Who am I to disagree

Date of stay: August 2022
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Louise King, Marketing at Lords of the Manor Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 24 August 2022

Thank you for your lovely review. We look forward to welcoming you back to Lords of the Manor!

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Reviewed 11 August 2022

We booked a ‘Taste of the Cotswolds’ 2-night package and arrived on Tuesday 19th July, the hottest day on record. We were a bit concerned about the heat especially as we knew they probably didn’t have AC as it was a listed building in a conservation area, however, we found that only the ground floor rooms were being used as they were cooler and each room had a large, powerful fan which we found perfectly adequate. The following two days were much cooler anyway.
Our room was pretty good, was comfortable and had everything we needed. We had a great stay. Hanna the manager was very helpful and friendly as were all of the staff, notably, Carl, Keegan and Christian, who looked after our bar and dining. We had the A la Carte the first night which was absolutely superb. Perfectly cooked and beautifully presented. The second night we had the Tasting menu. Wow, this was brilliant, outstanding. Every course was amazing, delicious, interesting and delightful. We were celebrating our anniversary and they looked after us very well.
Upper Slaughter is a small, beautiful Cotswold village. There is little else apart from the hotel and a church. A fifteen minute walk across the fields brings you to Lower Slaughter which does have a pub, however, we were not impressed with baguette we had for lunch, further afield are many other towns and villages offering more. Burford, which is very popular, is 12 miles away, 21 minutes by car, and there’s more beyond.
Would we stay again – absolutely. We plan another stay in the autumn.

Room tip: Waddingham room was cool and quiet
Date of stay: July 2022
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Louise King, Marketing at Lords of the Manor Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 11 August 2022

Thank you for your lovely review. We're delighted you enjoyed your anniversary stay with us!

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