The Beagle Brasserie:
Lunch: 12 – 2:30pm
Dinner: 7:00pm – 9.30pm
The Mulberry Restaurant:
Sunday Lunch: 12 – 2:30pm
Dinner: 7:00pm – 9.30pm (Due to the Menu restrictions, Children under the age of 8 are not allowed)
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
About The Manor House Hotel
The Mulberry Restaurant: (Due to the Menu restrictions, Children under the age of 8 are not allowed)
A food lover’s dream and a wine connoisseurs gold mine – a dining experience at our 2 AA Rosette Cotswolds restaurant is a truly special affair. Its name pays tribute to the 300-year-old mulberry tree that still stands proud in the courtyard today having thrived alongside us through history. Returning to bloom each year, it brings with it another batch of delicious fruits chef uses to make our famous mulberry jam. Served to you at breakfast and infused in one of signature cocktails at dinner, our history blends together with the relaxed sophistication of its new surroundings to create the warm, unpretentious and welcoming ambiance you’ll find here. Chef has created a collection of exceptional seasonal menus that celebrate the vast array of local Cotswold produce available on our doorstep. The eight-course tasting menu with matching wines is one to not to be missed. With chef’s creative eye for flavour and skilful technique immersed with an encyclopaedia knowledge on wine, if you had to choose your last supper, this would be it. Whether you’re dining with friends, gathering the family together or on a romantic dinner for two, with views overlooking our secret walled garden, The Mulberry Restaurant is one to mark every occasion.
The Beagle Brasserie:
Our brasserie is the perfect place to indulge in an informal bite from dishes on our seasonal menus any day of the week. Picture exposed fireplaces filled with logs, secluded alcoves with views looking out to the beautiful gardens and cushioned wicker chairs offering a comfortable seat to dine. Our light, airy conservatory is both relaxing with a sophisticated style that when blended together brings a refreshing ambiance to alfresco-themed dining. On a midsummer’s night, sit out on the courtyard patio and enjoy a truly unique dining experience amidst the beauty of our English country garden.
The quality of the food was very disappointing. Beef was tough, the belly of pork dry. The portion size on the trio of mackerel was insulting and the soufflé pudding was made from a batter mix and not by the traditional method. Our dinner was poor! However the setting and especially the staff were excellent. I suggest you change your butcher and employ a chef on Wednesday nights.
Considering the price per head, we were surprised the coffee and petite fours were an extra charge.
The hotel is very beautiful and room 8 was very atmospheric. Our disappointment was in the quality of the meal in the restaurant in the evening which was not good and the waiter apologised for what had been a poor standard. At breakfast we waited for nearly an hour for the breakfast to be served which also happened to number of other tables too. Even the waiter told us to complain and was clearly embarrassed by the level of service. I must admit to being surprised at how matter of fact the reception staff took this feedback as though it wasn't a rare occurrence. I have given a similar review on Tripadvisor
I thought the room was expensive for what it was. Otherwise it was very nice. The food was ok, but not anything special.
Great hotel, friendly staff with good service, very relaxing atmosphere. I have no hesitation recommending this hotel. I shall be staying there again.
We were very impressed by the food quality and service... however it is very expensive considering that we were not informed the portion sizes for the 8 course tasting menu that we ordered were less than half the size of the 4 course menu. We were not amused that people near us got a lot more food than us for less than half the price. We felt very cheated as paying more than £210 for not impressive portions. And the people having 4 courses were offered an extra course. Staff were great overall and drinks wonderful. Sommelier particularly charming. But not happy with not being told the difference with portions and options. Far too expensive for the size. Also for our honeymoon felt like a bitter taste at the end as a result. Otherwise fine.
We stayed on Saturday 21st July. It was a special night away to celebrate our recent engagement. Lovely location. When we arrived we sat down for afternoon tea outside and had to wait for nearly half an hour for someone to come and give us a menu never mind take a drinks order. I eventually had to go an ask a member of staff as they kept on walking past us. Having driven for 2 hours to then be left for this amount of time it wasn't the best of starts. Our order was eventually taken and food was brought out to us. Sandwiches had obviously been sitting around a while as they had gone dry and some of our drinks were missing that we ordered. Nevertheless we ate and then went to our room. We couldn't raise a complaint as there were hardly any staff around. Our room was nice but was a bit tired in places and for the price we did expect a little bit more for the money. The shower head was broken and sprayed water all over the bathroom as soon as it was turned on. The bed wasn't very comfortable either. We took our dog with us which was great and having paid a little more for her to join us we had to question what had we paid extra for as all we were given was a dog bowl in the room. Most other hotels provided other bits and pieces but here it was quite obvious you were charged more for the privilege. We ate in the mulberry restaurant that evening which I have to say was lovely. Great food and much better service from the staff. When we went to pay our bill the second day, someone else's evening meal had been added to our bill which again wasn't great service. Overall we thought the hotel was nice but we paid a lot of money and didn't have the best of experiences.
We had a relaxing meal for a family birthday. The food was good both in choice and quality. Even though it was busy it was not too noisy and the service was good.
The Manor House is a lovely hotel; it has a relaxed and comfortable ambiance. The food was excellent and the staff friendly and helpful. However, there are two things could have improved our stay; the mattress was not comfortable and the extractor on the rooftop just outside the window was very noisy, as it was quite hot we wanted to have the window open but the fan ran all night which disturbed our sleep. A fan in the room would have been nice.
It is a beautiful hotel the staff are very pleasant cant do enough for you very professional. The only downside is the prices of hotel drinks are very expensive and also food
Excellent stay as usual, particularly food and service. Your staff are outstanding - a special mention for Jan!
Found most staff pleasant and courteous but service not entirely satisfactory. During my visit I sat in the garden for about half an hour waiting to be served. Several waiters came and went, serving others sitting near me, but no-one approached me. In the end I had to summon a waiter, who was very apologetic but had no explanation for why he hadn't noticed me. It felt as if I had become invisible. The phone in the room didn't work. We reported it to the manager and he said someone would be by to look at it. No-one ever arrived. Also, the manual provided in the room did not give a number to call front desk. Wi-Fi connection unstable. it disconnected a couple of times. Wording on TV controller buttons tiny and hard to read.
Très bon hôtel. Joli cadre. Comfortable. Chambre mal insonorisées. La réception et l'accueil de cet hôtel sont catastrophiques. Vraiment horrible. Dommage.
This was our second visit the first being for lunch we were so lmpressed that we decided that we must have a stay over. We were not disappointed and will be back in the near future. Many thanks
My husband and I stayed for four nights.in June 2018 We found the room to be unfit for purpose ie sleeping as it was so noisy from traffic mainly. Also-staff watering plants right over our window and sitting outside talking and drinking tea at 7am . Or using a garden blower at 6.30am. We found the female staff delightful but the majority of the male staff surly or downright rude. The mulberry restaurant food was expensive but average and it brasserie menu very limited and the quality poor. The gardens are very pretty and we had good weather but the room was very warm and there was no fan or air conditioning provided
Helpfull and attentive Staff
Our hostess, Emma, and the rest of the staff at The Manor were extremely welcoming and very attentive. We had a wonderful evening. Thank you!
We had a wonderful time at The Manor having booked a B&B plus dinner package. Food was excellent. The room just a little small. We had to order ice 3 times for the room but apart from that an excellent experience which we hope to repeat.
I would certainly entertain to come back to this hotel on future travels to the Cotswold's. The hotel food was amazing as my wife is a professional chef and she stated everything was delicious. The drinks menu was vast and catered for a majority of all tastes. The rooms were stunning, very tasteful decorated and comfortable, a pleasure to stay here.
We had a lovely meal, cooked beautifully and served by very pleasant people.
Really friendly and helpful staff making the whole experience a real pleasure!
Nice ambience and staff were nice too. Will return. Thank you.
Very kind and helpful staff. Beautiful décor and so clean. Lovely stay thank you. Shame about the creaky bedroom floors - I guess this is not fixable in such an old building, but I felt sorry for the guests underneath us!
The food was not of a high enough standard, awful in fact! Our room was so warm, even with the heating off, that we had to open the window. That meant we had traffic noise from the road outside. In fact, we left a day early, at cost too ourselves. We shall be informing our newspaper, The Telegraph, of our opinion.