Lower Slaughter

Lower Slaughter is a Cotswolds village par excellence, generally thought one of the prettiest in that district, with a broad stream running through it and a wealth of lovely cottages... Read More

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Lower Slaughter Manor

Lower Slaughter Manor

Off the beaten track in the heart of the Cotswolds runs the River Eye under small stone bridges and between honey coloured houses. A tiny part of England that the rapacious path of progress seemed ... More | visit website

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The Slaughters Country Inn

The Slaughters Country Inn
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. ... More | Double Room: From 120 | visit website

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Lords of the Manor (0.57 miles)

Lords of the Manor

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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 ... More

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Coach & Horses (0.63 miles)

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Set in the heart of the Cotswolds within walking distance of Bourton-on-the Water and within easy reach of surrounding villages such as Stow,Broadway and Lower Slaughter making it an ideal ... More

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Strathspey (1.09 miles)

Strathspey

Situated just 5 minutes walk from Bourton-on-the-Water village in the Cotswolds and next door to an old mill and the river Windrush. Frequently called the Venice of the Costwolds, Bourton-on-the-Water is a popular destination for ... More | visit website

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Bella Dorma (1.23 miles)

Bella Dorma
Bella Dorma is a warm friendly family establishment offering spacious rooms with those few special extra touches. Bella Dorma offers on site parking for up to 4 cars and is situated just ... More | visit website
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Dial House Hotel (The) (1.25 miles)

Dial House Hotel (The)

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The Hotel is situated in idyllic surroundings and is built from the famous mellow Cotswold Stone. The Dial House dates back to 1698 and is the oldest building still standing ... More

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Chestnut B&B (1.25 miles)

Chestnut B&B
Chestnuts B&B (formerly Polly Perkins) is a 300 year old listed building and is conveniently located in the very centre of the village, overlooking the village green and the River Windrush which flows through the ... More | visit website
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Harrington House (1.29 miles)

Harrington House

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Just 100 yards from the centre of the beautiful centre of this charming village Harrington House dates back to the Tudor period.Accommodation is in the main building and several stone ... More

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Old Manse Hotel (1.30 miles)

Old Manse Hotel

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Literally a stone's skim away from the River Windrush. The hotel was built for the first baptist minister in 1748.
The river has flowed through this delightful Cotswold village for centuries and ... More

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Halford House (1.32 miles)

Halford House
This delightful Cotswold stone building set in the very heart of Bourton on the Water offers high quality accommodation that would suit couples, families and groups of friends alike. Recently refurbished to a very high ... More | visit website
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Chester House Hotel (1.33 miles)

Chester House Hotel

Chester House lies in the centre of Bourton-on-the-Water, the little "Venice of the Cotswolds" with the River Windrush running through the village.All rooms are centrally heated and have direct dial telephones. Colour television; tea/coffee making ... More | visit website

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