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The Manor House Hotel

High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 0LJ

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High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 0LJ

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Just a short train or car journey from London, The Manor House Hotel provides the perfect escape to The Cotswolds. Ideally located in the pretty market town of Moreton-in-Marsh, The Manor House is centrally located alongside tea rooms, galleries and boutiques. There is parking at the back of the hotel, not to mention their hidden gem; the large manicured garden!

What makes a stay at The Manor House Hotel unique?

With interiors impeccably designed by owner Pamela Horton, The Manor House Hotel is effortlessly stylish and contemporary - with a generous helping of quintessential country charm! The hotel's history traces back to the 16th-century and where its fascinating past originates. Customer service is of exquisite standard and in true Cotswold style - dogs receive a warm welcome too! Speaking of four-legged-friends, a visit to The Beagle Bar is a 'must' - the skilled mixologists will delight in serving you a signature cocktail made from the fruit of their 300-year-old mulberry tree!

What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Manor House Hotel?

The Hotel houses 35 beautiful and equally unique bedrooms. Some have four-poster beds and others luxurious bathrooms - all have plentiful supplies of Molton Brown toiletries, tea, coffee and biscuits! For the ultimate indulgent stay, treat yourself to a few nights in Apple Cottage, located at the bottom of the garden with its own private sitting room, garden and hot tub...

What can guests enjoy when staying in the Moreton-in-Marsh area?

Aside from exploring the lovely High Street shops, there are many wonderful attractions around Moreton-in-Marsh. Batsford Arboretum, Sezincote House & Garden, and Hidcote Manor Garden all come highly recommended. Also, the neighbouring villages of Broadway, Stow-on-the-Wold and Long Compton are definitely worth a trip!

Where can guests enjoy food and drink?

All stays at The Manor House Hotel include a delicious breakfast consisting of a continental buffet, a la carte plates and a traditional full English. Lunch, dinner and everything in-between is also available throughout the day. These can and has in the stylish bar, cosy fire-lit library, relaxed brasserie, gorgeous gardens and fine-dining restaurant...for an authentic Cotswold experience, Afternoon Tea is a perfect choice!


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The Manor House Hotel is set in a 16th-century coaching inn with a secret up its sleeve: a hidden garden. Set in the bustling town of Moreton-in-Marsh, the charming mansion has the quintessential Cotswold stone and a lovely inner garden, home to a 300-year-old mulberry tree whose fruit is still used to make jam for breakfast and cocktails. Dogs are more than welcome here, with a Beagle Bar that pays homage to the small scent hound. A labyrinth of corridors leads to 35 antiques-peppered bedrooms, some with four-poster beds. But the room to book is Apple Cottage, a spacious standalone suite with its own garden and outdoor hot tub. Beagle Bar offers everything from cocktails to afternoon tea, while a brasserie serves comforting classics. The more formal restaurant has an eight-course tasting menu or modern British a la carte options."

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"The Manor House Hotel used to be named Creswyke House after the family that lived in it up until 1752. When they sold it, there were rumours of Dame Creswyke's ghost haunted the house. This dissuaded a few buyers, but since it’s been a hotel the Manor House has witnessed fewer sightings. The grey lady’s last manifestation was in 1987. Were she to come back today, Dame Creswyke would find the building much changed. It has a whole new wing along Church Street, trendy sisal carpets everywhere, a smattering of tartan rugs on the landings and some colourfully painted panelled rooms. Goodness, the old gardener’s cottage is now the most expensive suite at the Manor House Hotel!

The dame would recognise the ancient mulberry tree however. It’s still there in the garden – 350 years old and counting - and its fruit is used by the hotel staff to make mulberry jam. That jam is also the key ingredient in a cocktail that the hotel invented back in 2006. It's called “The Mulberry” and it uses Pimms and Bombay Sapphire as a base, but literally flavours it with the hotel’s jam. The Mulberry is available in the hotel’s Beagle Bar and costs £12. You’ll find it at other cocktails bars too around the world as it has now been included in The Bartender’s Bible.

Dining at the Manor House takes place next door to the bar in the Beagle Brasserie or in the Mulberry Restaurant, which overlooks what the hotel calls its Secret Garden. The dinner menu has some great staples of contemporary British dining – seared scallops with black pudding, cannon of lamb, carpaccio of Cotswold venison. There is also a six-course tasting menu at £65 with wine pairings adding £35 to the bill the menu and pairings a very good use of £100 per person should you be in that kind of budget."

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Information on The Manor House Hotel , High Street , Moreton-in-Marsh

No. of bedrooms: Total: 35        
Types of room: 1 Single, 8 Twin, 17 Double, 4 Four Poster, 2 Suite
Room rates guide: Single:  £115.00-£165.00
Double/Twin:  £135.00-£200.00
Suites:  £170.00-£210.00
Room with Breakfast
General info: Credit Cards Accepted:  Amex, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed:  Open all year
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome (dining restrictions apply)
Dog Friendly:  Dogs Permitted (let us know if you intend on bringing your dog when first booking your accommodation)
Romantic Details: Apple Cottage at the bottom of the garden with its own private Hot Tub
Smoking Permitted:  Yes (in designated areas only)
Wheelchair Access:  Yes
Wheelchair Access Details: For selected rooms
Accreditation: 4 Star, 2 Rosettes
Room facilities: Colour TV, Radio/radio alarm, Plasma /LCD/ Flat TV, Wi-Fi / Wireless - Free of Charge, Hairdryer, Tea/coffee making facilities
General facilities: Garden, Beagle Bar & Brasserie, Mulberry Restaurant - 2 rosettes, Civil wedding licence available, 3 meeting rooms, Conference facilities available, Maximum 120 people
Indoor activities: Board games, books and magazines
Activities nearby: Golf, Tennis, Cycling, Fishing, Riding, Walking
Local directions: The hotel is found on the High Street in Moreton-in-Marsh. From Oxford the hotel is on your left. From Stow it is on your right.
Nearest major city:
Nearest major airport:
Nearest railway stn:
Birmingham (40 miles)
Birmingham (40 miles)
Moreton-in-Marsh (1 mile)

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