- Sleeps 20
- Games Room
- Hen Parties
- Hot Tub/Jacuzzi
Cotswold Manor is a charming early 17th Century Jacobean style Manor House, crafted from Blue Lias stone with Cotswold stone dressings. Set within two acres of beautifully maintained formal gardens and grounds, the Grade II Listed house has been sympathetically restored and has a wealth of original features; including beautiful exposed beams, an original bread oven, Victorian two-seater lavatory, Cheese room and a secret passageway. The Manor and it’s immediate surrounds are steeped in history. Once inhabited by the local Abbot, Cotswold Manor is adjacent to one of the oldest and largest Tithe Barns in England, which is a National Trust site and the adjoining parish church dates from the 12th century.
Cotswold Manor is now only priced for 2 night midweek (arrive Tuesday, depart Thursday), 2 and 3 night weekends and weekly bookings.
On arrival, an enclosed, flagged, courtyard area leads to the main kitchen door, to the right of which you will find the original Cheese room to the Manor, now used as an enormous walk in larder and boot room. The Banqueting Hall, with its beautiful stone floor and open fire, can seat 20 guests in comfort – ideal for those special occasions and catered feasts The Manor also boasts two cosy reception rooms and a large well-appointed breakfast kitchen with log burner.
- There is a master bedroom suite with a four poster superking bed, and an adjoining twin bedroom with shared en-suite bathroom.
- Double bedroom also with access to the bathroom, but with private entrance.
- King bedroom with ensuite bathroom.
- Double Bedroom with washbasin.
- King bedroom.
- Separate bathroom.
A bedroom with 4 single beds with ensuite bathroom.
-Double bedroom with single day bed. (shares Bathroom on first floor).
-Twin bedroom with sofas and Smart TV. Shared bathroom with-
Cotswold Manor is situated near Evesham 4.7 miles, Chipping Campden 9.3 miles, Stratford-upon-Avon 11.8 miles and Birmingham 30.4 miles.
During your stay
The village has a pub just a few minutes’ stroll away, as well as plenty of walks across the beautiful surrounding countryside and opportunities for a variety of other outdoor pursuits in the immediate area.
With racing at Cheltenham, Stratford-upon-Avon, Worcester and Warwick within easy reach, along with the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, excellent local spas, charming shops and honeyed Cotswold cottages, Cotswold Manor is the ideal location for a relaxing break, whatever your interests.