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Bath and the Cotswolds Hotels

Buckland Manor


  • Beautiful setting
  • Elegant guest rooms
  • Large bathrooms with high-quality toiletries


  • Some rooms are small
  • Restaurant quite formal
  • Steep prices

Updated 05/29/2014

Fodor's Review

As an alternative to the hustle and bustle of Broadway, you can travel the 2 miles to the idyllic hamlet of Buckland and splurge at this exceptional country house, which has more of a feel of a genteel family home than a hotel. The land was valued at £9 in the 11th-century Domesday Book, and the sprawling stone building dates back to Jacobean times. Public areas and guest rooms are plushly comfortable, with old paintings, fine rugs, and antiques everywhere. Some bathrooms

are beautifully up to the minute. For extra tranquillity, relax in the well-groomed gardens. The baronial restaurant (jacket required for men) features largely traditional fare enhanced with modern trimmings.

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Hotel Information


Off B4632, Buckland, WR12 7LY, England

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Hotel Details:

  • 13 rooms
  • Breakfast

Updated 05/29/2014

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By Karen

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Feb 5, 2006

Wonderful wonderful Buckland Manor

We just returned from a phenomenal stay at Buckland Manor. We could not have been more pleased; the service, food, accomodations and general ambience were superb. Everything was done to make our stay memorable.

By James

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Oct 18, 2005

Great weekend location

Very very pretty setting at the end of a cul-de sac, next to the local church, surrounded by gorgeous countryside - this is hard to beat as a setting. It's a small hotel and slightly beaten about at the edges, but in a nice way. Lots of weekenders without kids when we were there. Great service throughout. Quite a quiet atmosphere in a sophisticated sort of way - no raucus laughter here. Pre dinner drinks by the fire, dinner itself was almost too quiet

for us, but the food was top notch. We had the smallest room which had a disappointingly small bed and the bathroom was average, but we looked into a couple of the grander rooms and they looked fabulous. Will cetainly be going back there.

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