Visit The Slaughters
Upper and Lower Slaughter share a fascinating name, which derives from 'miry place'. The link is the tiny River Eye, tributary to the nearby river Windrush. Lower Slaughter is just off the Fosse Way and very conservation-minded - a wander alongside the stream seems like a privilege. People actually live here! The villages are considered to be one of the prettiest in the area and are well photographed and the village has been used for filming and productions.
The Lower Slaughter Mill and café is worth a visit. A mill is recorded in the Doomsday Book of 1086 on the site of The Old Mill. In the 14th Century it had begun to be known as Slaughter Mill and is open to the public to view today.
Upper Slaughter is equally as attractive - a 'sainted village' meaning that it didn't lose anyone in the First World War. There is limited parking in the Slaughters, but they are easily reached on foot via a nice walk from Bourton-on-the-Water.
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A lavish 17th century château in the heart of the Cotswolds, Lower Slaughter Manor combines striking interiors with traditional charm, and one of the most acclaimed restaurants in the Cotswolds.
PricePrices £175.00 to £605.00 Per room (breakfast included)
Set in the heart of one of the most picturesque Cotswold villages, The Slaughters Country Inn in Lower Slaughter offers the authentic charm of a quintessential country inn.
PricePrices £135.00 to £350.00 Per room (breakfast included)
Lords of the Manor is the Good Hotel Guide’s Country House of the Year 2015. Four red stars, three AA-rosettes, and a Michelin star. What more can you say about a luxury country house hotel set in eight acres of beautifully manicured gardens,.
PricePrices £99.50 Per room (breakfast included) to £370.00 Per person (breakfast included)