After an extensive £2million refurbishment, The Slaughters Country Inn (formaly Washbourne Court hotel) in Gloucestershire offers the finest luxury hotel accommodation in the Cotswolds. This 17th century property was originally a boys cramming school for Eton, and sits beside the rippling River Eye – a perfect place to take a Cotswolds hotel break for two.
Your classic overnight hotel break at The Slaughters Country Inn includes accommodation for two in a classic double or twin bedded room with en suite bathroom and a full English breakfast served the morning following the night of your stay. You will also enjoy a delicious two course dinner for two from the a la carte menu in the Scholars Bar. The classic bedrooms are lovely petit bedrooms, all with a natural chic style. Some rooms have wonderful historic features such as exposed wooden beams and others have stunning views of Lower Slaughter village. All classic rooms are equally comfortable and individually styled.
This experience is available at Gloucestershire:
Gloucestershire (South West) - Lower Slaughter
Your voucher is valid for 10 months for two people. Please call ahead to arrange a date for your overnight hotel break. All dates are subject to availability. The hotel is family friendly. No disabled access is available. The hotel is non-smoking throughout. You can check in anytime from 2pm on the day of your stay. Check out time is 11am the following morning.
1After an extensive £2million refurbishment Washbourne Court hotel in Gloucestershire offers the finest luxury hotel accommodation in the Cotswolds. This 17th century property was originally a boys cramming school for Eton, and sits beside the rippling River Eye – a perfect place to take a Cotswolds hotel break for two.
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1 out of 1(100%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
After deciding to visit the Gloucester we were pleasantly surprised to find that Lower Slaughter was a piece if the Cotswolds that wasn't ruined by mass tourism, such a pretty village. Washbourne Court didn't change that experience, there was a wedding on that weekend and the staff were so concerned that this shouldn't disturb our stay. We had a cottage that was so lovely and peaceful but only a short walk from the main hotel. Dinner was served in the quaint old stone bar area, the food was lovely as was the atmosphere, very relaxed. We had breakfast served in tha cottage at a small extra fee, once again excellent food and service. All in all an experiance I would definately reccommend to a friend.