Buckland Manor

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Buckland Manor, the Best Leisure Hotel in the British Isles, near Broadway, dates back to the thirteenth century and is set in glorious grounds featuring immaculate gardens with running stream, small waterfalls, croquet lawns and tennis courts.

The ancient valley in which Buckland Manor now stands was first mentioned in around 600 AD, when the land was owned by the Abbey of Gloucester. It was later recorded in the Domesday Book.

Buckland Manor overlooks the archetypal Cotswolds village of Buckland, a smaller version of nearby Broadway but without the hordes of visitors.

Above all, the Buckland Manor provides peace and tranquillity, combined with international standards of comfort, that the discerning guest has a right to expect. 

The bedrooms at Buckland Manor are ample, cosy and comfortable. Rich fabrics, soft sofas, four poster beds, antique furnishings, generous bathrooms with fluffy towels and warm bath robes all conspire to create a real feeling of luxurious home from home. 

At Buckland Manor, the cuisine more than lives up to expectations. The restaurant menu is predominantly English but with European influences.

The superb cuisine has won many accolades over the years, and the restaurant continues to attract connoisseurs of fine food and wine from around the world. Menus feature fresh local produce from the neighbouring Vale of Evesham, affectionately known as the market garden of England.

Fresh herbs are grown in the Manor’s own grounds and, as you would expect in a house of this heritage, there’s a magnificent wine cellar.

The award-winning restaurant at Buckland Manor is, without doubt, one of the very finest of restaurants in Gloucestershire.