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A classic country house conveniently located on the edges of the Cotswolds, there's rich history in the property and surrounding areas. In fact, the Manor itself dates back to 600 AD and has a mention in the Domesday Book.
You'll enjoy the classic and not overly decadent style and service of this classic English countryside manor home. Its well located for hikes and walks, taking in rural life of Britain and the world famous Cotswolds.
Planning your trip
Master category suites for king sized beds, other rooms enjoy a queen. All feature friendly service, owing to the small number of rooms and longstanding employ of the welcoming lead staff.
The Cotswolds are generally revered for quaint, country living and tremendous views during countryside walks. Buckland Manor sits in an interesting corner of the Cotswolds which permits day trip walks and hikes, but also lies within reach of Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon.
When you should go
The property is open and relatively popular throughout the year. At only 40 rooms, you'll struggle to find availability during peaks of summer and local celebrations in the month of March. Be certain to secure your accommodation early.
What else you might need
Advance reservations are always recommended, especially during the warmer months of the year when local British tourists are also enjoying the sites of their own backyard.
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