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Hotels in Lower Slaughter

The Slaughters Country Inn
Lower Slaughter
Gloucestershire

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The Slaughters Country Inn formally Washbourne Court is located in the heart of the village of Lower Slaughter one of the prettiest villages in the Cotswolds this charming property sits right on the river bank. The 30 bedrooms are contemporary in style, dining is relaxed and informal in Scholars bar, enjoy roaring log fires in the winter months and dining al fresco on the riverside terrace in the summer. Perfectly positioned for exploring the Cotswolds Washbourne Court is an excellent location. Recently purchased by Brownsword Hotels the property will develop under their ownership in the coming months.

The lounge and bar area has a rustic feel for an informal lunch or enjoy the restaurant for ‘that something special’. Meeting rooms are also available for conferences or private dining.

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Nearest Train Station: Moreton-in-Marsh
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 28
Number Ensuite: 28
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Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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Open All Year
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