Upper Slaughter - The village of Upper Slaughter in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds is one mile away from Lower Slaughter and resides on a gentle grassy slope above the stream that connects the two villages.
Once the village was dominated by a Norman castle but all that can be seen of it today are the remains of the motte and bailey.
The building that dominates Upper Slaughter is the beautiful gabled Manor House which is one of the finest buildings in the area. The oldest part of the house dates from the 15th century but the front is Elizabethan. The Manor is now a hotel.
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EYFORD House in Upper Slaughter has been named the nation’s favourite house by a national magazine Country Life in 2011.
The property, a classical Cotswolds home in idyllic grounds where poet John Milton stayed and legend has it was inspired to write Paradise Lost.
Eyford was designed by architect Guy Dawber (famous for designing other Cotswold homes) in the late 17th century style, with Baroque details. The house is owned by Serena Prest, who was given Eyford by her mother, Charlotte Heber-Percy. She inherited the house from her father Sir Cyril Kleinwort, who bought the estate in 1972. The Kleinwort family main residence is at Sezincote at Bourton-on-the-Hill near Moreton-in-Marsh.
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The Village of Upper Slaughter
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