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Formerly a 17th-century rectory, Lords of the Manor is set in 8 acres of secluded gardens and parkland. With 4 AA Red Stars, it is one of the top 200 hotels in the country, and offers delicious award-winning food. Each bedroom is individually designed, with elegant furnishings. Some rooms have views of the parkland and pond, or the walled gardens and Upper Slaughter Hill. Every room has a flat-screen TV and a DVD player. Lords of the Manor has been awarded three AA Rosettes for its fine food and offers a choice of two dining styles. Atrium at Lords of the Manor is a fine dining restaurant. Here Head Chef, Charles Smith, showcases his culinary skills with a signature tasting menu. The second restaurant, The Dining Room, is for guests wishing to a choose from à la carte menu but in a less formal dining environment. With a peaceful Cotswold location, the hotel is surrounded by pretty villages. Longborough, with its opera house, is a 15-minute drive away, while Oxford can be reached in an hour by car.