Cotswold Manor, Temple Guiting

Gloucestershire. Sleeps up to 12

Cotswold Manor is set within the magnificent Cotswold Manor Estate, centrally positioned within the Cotswolds, it makes a luxury base for those wishing to fully explore this wonderful region. There is plenty to see, do and explore in the surrounding area including honey stoned towns and villages alongside the Cotswold way, award-winning gardens, outdoor pursuits, culinary delights, and family activities.

The Manor has been designed with high attention to detail and seamlessly combines its Cotswold charm with updated, contemporary interiors. There are multiple reception rooms which are ideal for socialising, while the kitchen comes fully-equipped with all the tools you could possibly need to create a delicious meal. There is a fabulous secret cinema room which makes the perfect place to spend the evenings! There are five wonderfully appointed bedrooms, three boasting en-suite facilities. Four of the bedrooms can be set up with twin single beds making them ideal for friends to share, while one makes an excellent family suite.

Outside, across the Summer months, the whole group will enjoy competitive games of tennis on the court. After action-packed days spent exploring the wonderful Cotswolds, enjoy long relaxing soaks in the hot tub or enjoy a delicious barbecue al fresco on the terrace - heaven!

The Cotswolds are considered by many to be among the most beautiful areas of England. The warm richness of the soft natural limestone buildings and the wealth of the wool trade, has left a heritage of superb buildings. The area is now an attraction for anyone who loves peace and tranquillity, no matter what the season.
Areas of interest
Cotswolds Way
Wonderful walks around the Cotswolds often taking in some delightful public houses along the way – some serving their own locally brewed real ale.

Broadway
A very fine example of a Cotswold town with gift shops and tea shops where you can browse away a few hours (or visit the Lygon Arms for the best in afternoon teas).

Daylesford
A unique country experience – browse around the many delights, which includes a fabulous garden and household accessories, beautiful clothing, and a really wonderful delicatessen where you can finish off with a brunch, lunch, afternoon tea etc. 

Burford
A stunning hillside town with hostelries, tea shops, and antique shops. Of all the towns located on the River Windrush, this must be the most famous and is a must see. Bourton-on-the Water/ Bourton-on-the-hill, Bibury and Upper/Lower Slaughter
All lovely Cotswold towns and villages and well worth a visit.

Stow-on-the-Wold
Another very close Cotswold Town that has many Antique shops, Art Galleries and craft shops (and of course tea shops!)

Cheltenham
For the racecourse, lovely Georgian/Regency architecture, smart shops and many places of cultural interest to visit.

Statford-Upon-Avon
Birthplace of Shakespeare. A very historic town full of Tudor / Elizabethan architecture and lovely walks along the River Avon.

Oxford
Universities, dreaming spires, museums, deer parks, botanical gardens, beautiful walks along the Isis and Thames.

Blenheim Palace
A fine stately home with gardens and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. Also worth a visit is nearby Woodstock and Bladon where Sir Winston was buried.

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