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Lords of the Manor
Upper Slaughter

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Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, on the outskirts of one of England's most unspoiled and picturesque villages, stands the Lords of the Manor Hotel. Built in the 17th century of honeyed Cotswold stone, the house enjoys splendid views over the surrounding meadows, stream and parkland. For generations the house was the home of the Witts family, who historically had been rectors of the parish. It is from these origins that the hotel derives its distinctive name. Charming, walled gardens provide a secluded retreat at the rear of the house. Each bedroom bears the maiden name of one of the ladies who married into the Witts family; each room is individually and imaginatively decorated with traditional and period furniture. The reception rooms are magnificently furnished with fine antiques, paintings, fabrics and masses of fresh flowers. Log fires blaze cold weather. The heart of this English country house is its dining room, where truly memorable dishes are created from the best local ingredients. Nearby are Blenheim Palace, Warwick Castle, the Roman antiquities at Bath and Shakespeare country.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Red Stars
RAC Gold Ribbon
ETB Gold Award
Number of Rooms: 27
Number Ensuite: 27
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Name: Dining Room
Cuisine: Modern European with a twist
Chef: Les Rennie
Awards: 3 Rosettes AA

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Sample Menu:

A La Carte Menu


Sea Bream
Chilli Consommé
Crab Wontons and Roast Sea Bream

Ballotine of Lincolnshire Rabbit,
Prune Molasses, Celeriac Remoulade

Cheese and Onion, Gaufrette Potatoes

Crisp Gloucester Old Spot Pork Belly,
Roast Langoustine and Passion Fruit

Main Courses

Red Mullet
Seared Red Mullet,
Roast Scallop, Foccacia
Black Olive Caramel

Slow Roast Fillet of Scottish Beef,
Parsnip Risotto and Trevisio

Roast Loin of Venison,
Braised Chicory and Pomegranate

Guinea Fowl
Poached Breast of Guinea Fowl,
Olive Oil Confit Leg, Cous Cous and Red Wine

Three Course Dinner £49.00


Butternut Squash Crème Brûlée,
Roasted Marshmallow and Coconut

Valrhona Chocolate Soufflé,
Bitter Chocolate Sorbet, Crunchy Nut Crisps

Citrus Fruit Jelly,
Passion Fruit Consommé and Banana Fritter

A Selection of Cheese from Our Cheese Board,
Served with Apricot and Walnut Bread

Coffee and Doughnuts £3.75 per person

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