Dating back 500 years, The Old Manor House is an exquisite half timbered house, noted by renowned architectural historian, Sir Nikolaus Pevsner. An elegant, characterful and exquisitely comfortable home, The Old Manor House offers two delightful double bedrooms with breathtaking views of the surrounding Warwickshire countryside. Guests may relax in its gracious drawing room in chillier months, where the fire is constantly lit, or stroll in its beautiful three acre garden, complete with hard tennis court for the more energetic.
- A delightful king size bedroom with private bathroom
- A charming, light filled private wing, comprising a super king size bedroom (can be made up as a twin) with private bathroom
- Bedrooms at The Old Manor House are pretty, very comfortable and reflect the delightful character of this historic home
- Crisp, high quality linens, dressing gowns, hairdryers, televisions, free wifi and more are always to hand
- Relax in the gracious, light filled drawing room where a fire is lit in chillier months
- Enjoy a delicious Warwickshire breakfast in the historic beamed dining room
- In this historic house, the antique and the modern blend perfectly - guests will appreciate some truly beautiful family art and furniture
- Stroll in the beautiful landscaped gardens or wander down to the river
- Lovely terraces are perfect for tea or an early evening drink as the sun sets over glorious countryside
- Pick up a tennis racket and enjoy the beautifully maintained hard tennis court, set deep in the tranquillity of the grounds
Food and Drink
Inhouse cuisine: Served in the beamed dining room, the breakfast menu changes with the seasons, but will always include fresh orange juice, fruit salad, free range and locally sourced eggs, bacon and sausages for a cooked breakfast, homemade bread and jams, as well as cereals and fresh fruit. For a more continental breakfast, lovely local cheeses and ham are always available.
On request and, for a minimum of four guests, Jane is sometimes delighted to offer a delicious, home cooked three course dinner.
Eating out: Choose from a range of quintessential Cotswold inns and restaurants - The Howard Arms, a stunning, 400-year-old Cotswold stone inn in Ilimington, The Bell at Alderminster, a traditional country pub and restaurant, The Ebrington Arms, an unspoilt 17th century inn with open log fires and Cotswold stone walls, The Old Mill in Shipston on Stour for a gastronomic restaurant experience or the traditional charms of The Eight Bells in Chipping Campden. Your hosts will be delighted to book you a table and even organise a taxi to take you there and back.