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Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as an outdoor tennis court or take in the view from a terrace and a garden. Additional features at this bed & breakfast include complimentary wireless Internet access and a picnic area.Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 4 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have bathtubs or showers and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and complimentary bottled water, and housekeeping is pro...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Reception servicesFree self parking
Room & House closed from 10:30am to 16:00
Reviewed 5 november, 2020
The house and hence the room was shut during the day from 10:30am to 16:00. (infact the front door is locked) We were only informed of this at 9:45am! It was late autumn, hence it's dark from 4:45pm and pretty damp during the day... If this had been made clear when booking we would have organized our day differently. At the time the website offered afternoon tea & scones, this was not offered on either day we stayed. I am glad to see that this has now been removed from the website... The bedroom had no lock, which seemed unusual. The private bathroom may have been used by someone else during the night! TV not visible from the bed We were not requested to track and trace, we obviously did it when we saw the NHS QR code. On the positive side: room clean, breakfast nice, owners & staff are friendly, the countryside is beautiful. You can walk straight out of the grounds onto public footpaths. Loads of amazing walks.
A little slice of heaven in the Cotswolds
Reviewed 13 october, 2019
We recently had the pleasure of spending three nights at this breathtaking manor. We were greeted warmly by a young lady who I believe was called Chloe . She was very friendly and approachable and welcomed us into the big kitchen with a great cup of tea and slice of cake. She made us feel right at home! The room was perfection and very comfortable . We had a large comfortable bed and a stunning view out to the garden which we took full advantage of in the evenings with a wine and some cheese . The room had everything . The only point I would make is there were a few times during our showers that we ended up having cold showers as the water didn’t heat up . I guess that is something you expect in an old manor . Luckily they had heating rails that warmed our towels . Breakfast was served in a dining room with one large table that over looked the garden. It was a great way to start the day by getting to know the guests and share suggestions and holiday tips . The location was a short drive to some nice shops and restaurants . We will definitely recommend to friends and family !
Beautiful peaceful surroundings and great breakfast.
Reviewed 3 october, 2019
We stayed here in September. We did initially have some difficulty in finding the house but this was probably our fault as we did get lost somewhat as the roads are all narrow and the gates were not obvious from the direction we were travelling. No problem coming the other way. Having found it though the welcome was warm and friendly. We were greeted with a very welcome offer of a cuppa and scone. Our room was very spacious and spotlessly clean with lovely fluffy towels and dressing gowns. The breakfast is first class and cooked to order. The eggs are from the free range chickens you can see strutting around in the garden. All the staff here are very friendly and helpful and nothing is too much trouble. One evening after travelling from location to location we did not feel like going back out at night for a meal and decided to have a picnic in the garden instead. We sourced everything in the supermarket and asked if we could borrow a couple of plates. Sarah put seat covers on the garden chairs, a tablecloth on the table and provided plates, cutlery and wine glasses. We were really appreciative. It is easy to travel from here to Bourton on the Water, Cirencester and other towns in the Cotswolds. We had pre-booked a visit to Highgrove to see the gardens there (which are beautiful) and Chavenage – the house featured in Poldark as the dreadful George’s abode. It is an amazing house and well worth a visit. Both of these are just outside Tetbury. We would not hesitate to stay here again or to recommend to our friends.
2 nights at lovely Aylworth Manor
Reviewed 13 july, 2019
I am a Blue Badge Guide and I drive my clients around the countryside showing them our beautiful gardens and stately homes. I spent two nights at Aylworth Manor recently while my clients were staying nearby. I would wholeheartedly recommend it and will definitely return. The house and garden are both delightful, and in a gorgeous location. The breakfast on both mornings was delicious with the home-produced eggs a particular highlight.
Visit to the Granary Aylworth Manor
Reviewed 2 july, 2019
Visited with a group of friends this weekend for a reunion. Great value, bookable for one night and really spacious this place is a gem. Key available on arrival and everything very well presented. Excellent find!