Manor House is located in picturesque Temple Guiting
Sleeps up to 30 in nineteen bedrooms
ABOUT TEMPLE GUITING MANOR
This new retreat near Stow-on-the-Wold is the quintessential English country Estate, set in exquisite award-winning gardens. Cotswold Manor Estate can sleep up to 30 people on an enchanting estate, set in idyllic countryside in the ancient village of Temple Guiting.
The 5-bedroom Manor house has been privately owned since the 15th century and is steeped in English history. It has been beautifully refurbished and is now available as an exclusive home to rent for those seeking a discrete retreat away from the hassle of city living. For relaxation in an atmosphere of tranquillity and charm in a classic Cotswold village, this estate is a wonderful place to stay, be it to spend time with friends and family, entertain clients, or arrange team building for corporate groups.
The luxuriously converted barn contains 5 themed suites, from the elegant gold room, to the exotic African room. The cookery lessons also take place in the barn, where clients can enjoy a selection of set seasonal courses.
In addition to the barn there is a delightful one bedroom cottage, combining ancient charm and modern luxury. The cottage sleeps 2 with its own private garden, and magnificent views across the river Windrush.
Intimate weddings up to 30 guests:-
£6,000 inc Vat midweek (Tuesday –Thursday) or £7,7500 inc Vat (Friday – Sunday) Cost includes:
– Venue hire
– Manor Dining Room for wedding breakfast
– Check-in from Midday / Check-out: Midday
– 1 nights accommodation midweek / 2 nights weekend in the
Barn, Manor, Cow Byre and Peacock Shed (sleeps 24)
– Daily Housekeeping
– Bed Linen, towels & Green & Spring Bathroom amenities
– House flowers
– Welcome bottle of Champagne.
For marquee weddings of over 30 guests please contact.
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