Broadway, Gloucesteshire, England
At a Glance
Fabulous location in the heart of the Cotswolds
Incredible Michelin-star contemporary British cuisine
Beautiful gardens and charming surrounding villages
Children welcome from 10+
Best time to Visit
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It is very difficult to predict the weather in the United Kingdom - in the summer from May to late September is generally seen as the most pleasant time to visit. Rainfall is difficult to predict - but the UK does not receive as much as many are led to believe! In the winters, temperatures do fall, but there is nothing better than finding a remote pub with a roaring fire to sit beside after a long walk in the country.
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A quintessentially British retreat, a visit to Buckland Manor is a must. Located in the heart of the Cotswolds, all of the charming villages are a stone's throw away, but if you just feel like relaxing, a comfy armchair by the fire ought to do it!
Buckland Manor, a Relais & Chateaux hotel, is an elegant country manor that has a warm and inviting atmosphere to make you feel right at home. The manor is surrounded by perfectly manicured gardens that make for a wonderful sight, whatever the season. Summer brings bright green lawns that roll into the hills further afield, and the wintry frost looks so beautiful and makes the roaring fire downstairs all the more welcoming!
There are plenty of living rooms in the manor for you to relax in a comfortable armchair and play some board games, enjoy a glass or two of red wine with a game of cards, read the paper with a cup of coffee on Sunday morning, or indeed indulge in a well deserved British afternoon tea of sandwiches and scones by the fire after a brisk countryside walk.
Rooms vary in size but all come with stunning countryside views, traditional English decor and are furnished with lovely antiques and beautiful fabrics. All bathrooms are en-suite and come with luxury bath amenities and, of course, bath tubs! The restaurant has quite a formal atmosphere with gentlemen being requested to wear shirts and jackets; the food is sensational and uses local produce and herbs from its own garden.
You are right amongst some of England's most picture-perfect villages such as Bibury, Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold. Day trips are easily possible to Oxford, Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon.
There are 15 rooms in total at Buckland Manor, split into five categories. Rooms vary in size but all come with stunning countryside views, fine fabrics, beautiful antiques and en-suite bathrooms appointed with a bath tub of course! Special amenities include fresh flowers, fruit and bottled water, slippers and fluffy robes and complimentary luxury bath products.
|Classic Rooms - Abbots, Green, Aviary, Summer, Rose||
These rooms feature queen-size beds and en-suite bathrooms with separate showers. All boast views of the Manor's gardens.
There are some differences between the rooms, the Abbots room is on the ground floor and is furnished with a king-size bed and a shower over the bath. The Aviary room also has a shower over the bath and is located on the first floor along with the Rose, Green and Summer rooms.
|Small Deluxe Rooms - Garden, Jasmine, Sophia||
These rooms have views over the gardens, en-suite bathrooms with separate bath and shower. The Garden room has a small patio outside and enough space for an extra bed if required whereas Sophia's unique selling point is an impressive vaulted ceiling.
|Deluxe Rooms - Blue, Delany, Scott, Fountain||
Views from this category are over the front gardens and rose gardens and feature either king-size or twin beds. Each en-suite has a separate bath and shower. The Fountain room has two interconnecting bedrooms and one bathroom whereas the Delany room includes a separate writing room and large seating area.
|Superior Four Poster Room - Oak||
Elegant oak-panelled room located on the ground floor with a four poster bed, original fireplace and wonderful views of the Manor's gardens.
|Master Rooms - Floral, Vaulted||
The most spacious options available at Buckland Manor, the Master Rooms are located on the first floor and feature either a king-size or twin beds and fireplaces.
The Floral room has a separate writing room, en-suite bathroom with shower and separate roll top bath. There are views over the front garden to the rolling hills beyond.
The Vaulted room has double aspect views of the fountain gardens and countryside beyond and also features under-floor heating, perfect for a cosy stay in winter.
Children aged 10+ are more than welcome at Buckland Manor.
The gardens at Buckland Manor are a joy to explore and overlook at all times of the year. The restaurant has quite a formal atmosphere with gentlemen being requested to wear shirts and jackets. The food is sensational and uses local produce and herbs from its own garden and was declared Cotswold Hotel Restaurant of the Year in 2015. There is plenty of elegant communal space at the hotel for those who wish to spend time alone and for those wishing to play a board game or indulge in afternoon tea.
Buckland Manor is located amongst some of England's most picture-perfect villages and rolling countryside as Bibury, Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold. Day trips are also easily possible to Oxford, Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon. At the hotel itself there is a croquet lawn and tennis courts for finer weather.
A day in Oxford
There is so much to see in wonderful Oxford - this is 'the city of dreaming spires' and your private guide will show you the highlights. Home to the oldest university in the English-speaking world, Oxford is packed with history and stunning architecture.
A day in the Cotswolds
The Cotswolds are rural England at its best, and a day spent exploring the ancient, honey-colored limestone villages of Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire, set amongst rolling sheep-dotted hills, stone-walled fields and country inns is simply magical.
A masterpiece of eighteenth century Baroque architecture, Blenheim Palace is home to the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and the birthplace of Winston Churchill.
Explore Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon
On the banks of the River Avon and just to the north of the Cotswolds, lies the home of the world's most famous playwright, William Shakespeare. Discover where the Bard was born and raised, and admire the beautiful Tudor architecture of the town.
Harry Potter's Oxford & Studio Tour
Leave the land of Muggles behind and discover the real-life sets of Hogwarts, hidden throughout beautiful Oxford. After exploring the city, enter the magic of the Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio for a chance to see the props and sets from the films.
Hidcote Manor & Gardens
Located just outside the charming Cotswolds town of Chipping Campden, Hidcote is a stunning Arts and Crafts garden famous for its rare shrubs and trees and outstanding design features. It’s a perfect place to visit if you need gardening inspiration.
Highclere Castle - The real Downton Abbey
Made famous worldwide by the television phenomenon, Downton Abbey, Highclere Castle is home to The Earl and Countess of Carnarvon.
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle dating back to 1068 and originally built by William the Conqueror then developed over time, Warwick Castle now houses a collection of armoury to rival that on display at the Tower of London.
Location & directions
Broadway, Gloucesteshire, England
Located near Broadway in Gloucestershire, Buckland Manor is situated in the heart of the Cotswolds between Stratford-Upon-Avon and Cheltenham. The hotel is easily reachable - just 2-hours' drive from London.