Views of the countryside are limitless from this 14th-century manor house hotel where mullioned windows and oak beams enhance the sitting room. T.S. Eliot, a guest in the 1930s, used to enjoy walking the 50 acres of grounds. The fixed-price menus at the restaurant include both traditional English and Mediterranean-inspired dishes such as seered rump of British beef with roasted cherry tomatoes and pepper sauce. Most of the rooms, furnished in contemporary style, are outside
of the main house. The hotel is 3 miles east of Chipping Campden.