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Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
Monday to Friday from 7.00am to 9.30am
Saturday 7.00am to 10.30am
Sunday 8.00am to 10.30am
Monday to Sunday from 12.00 noon to 2.30pm
Last orders 2.00pm
Afternoon Tea served from 1pm to 5:30pm
Monday to Sunday from 7.00pm to 10.00pm
Last orders 9.30pm
Free onsite parking is available
Disabled Parking is also available at the Reception. There are two entrances - one is for events so please make sure you drive to Reception entrance parking. The hotel can also provide a ramp if required.
The hotel have a fully accessible ground floor Classic Double room with grab rails and a wet room.
This hotel has a lift.
Children will be charged £20 per night for bed and breakfast.
Some superior rooms can accommodate up to two children, please check suitable availability prior to booking
Complimentary travel cots for infants can be provided but they do not provide any cot bedding.
Children under 15 can use the pool only up until 7pm daily.
The hotel sits within 35 acres of beautifully landscaped and wooded parkland.
History of the hotel
The Manor dates back to the Doomesday Book, when it was confiscated in 1066 by William the Conqueror and passed to his brother in law, Earl Moreton.
Jon de Angle, reputed to have been the first Member of Parliament, became the Manor's next owner, before it was passed to the Verney family when Sir Robert Whittingham's daughter married John Verney. The Verney family lived at the Manor for the next 150 years.
The Anderson family then occupied the Manor for the next four generations, prior to it being inherited by the Harcourt family. Sir William Harcourt abandoned the Manor in the 19th century, having objected to the building of the railway. It was burnt down in 1835.
Local landowner Joseph Grout Williams commissioned architect John Lion to build a new Tudor style Manor in 1872. He then occupied the Manor from 1875 until 1983, when the racehorse owner and commentator Dorian Williams sold the property to The Grass Roots Company.
In 1987, the Manor was purchased by an independent Hotelier and in 1989 restored to its original grandeur it re-opened as a Country House Hotel.
Dogs are not allowed at this hotel.