Pirates, do you ever see a hotel and think "WOWEE be still my beating heart?"
Well that's the way we feel about the 5-star The Slaughters Manor House in the Cotswolds, a luxurious hotel housed in a 17th-century converted manor house.
We've found stays between March and May starting from £194* per room, per night -- that's £97* per person, per night and a full breakfast is included.
Booking info Timeframe: 1. Mar. 2020 - 31. May. 2020
Please note -- *Prices are correct at time of publishing, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability. Prices are subject to change. Inventory may be limited. Special T&C’s may apply
- Offer with booking.com
- 1-night stay
- Longer stays available
- Example date: 15-16 March
- Dates spanning March-May
- 5* The Slaughters Manor House
- Location: Cotswolds
- 4.5/5 TripAdvisor & Certificate of Excellence
- Board Basis - bed & breakfast
- Based on 2 sharing
You'll be staying at The Slaughters Manor House, a beautiful converted 17th-century manor house that underwent a full refurbishment in 2016 while maintaining many original features.
Rooms are individually designed making each of them unique -- all are beautifully furnished with comfy beds, televisions and complimentary Wi-Fi. Some have freestanding baths and four-poster beds.
The hotel has an incredible restaurant led by head chef Nik Chappell with a real focus on locally-produced Cotswolds ingredients.
If you want to really push the boat out, go for the seven-course tasting menu starting from £80 per person (pricey but worth it we reckon). There's also an à la carte menu and afternoon tea is available too.