Room features and guest services
- Internet access
- Onsite restaurant
Buckland Manor, the Best Leisure Hotel in the British Isles, near Broadway, dates back to the thirteenth century and is set in glorious grounds featuring immaculate gardens with running stream, small waterfalls, croquet lawns and tennis courts. The ancient valley in which Buckland Manor now stands was first mentioned in around 600 AD, when the land was owned by the Abbey of Gloucester. It was later recorded in the Domesday Book. Buckland Manor overlooks the archetypal Cotswolds village of Buckland, a smaller version of nearby Broadway but without the hordes of visitors. Above all, the Buckland Manor provides peace and tranquillity, combined with international standards of comfort, that the discerning guest has a right to expect.