Dear %UPDT%, an extensive refurbishment, a fantastic award-winning new chef, and a great value special offer makes Lords of the Manor THE destination of choice for your luxury break in the Cotswolds.
 
Dear Recipient
Tuesday 1st April, 2008

Thinking of a break in one of England's most stunning rural retreats? Long a Best Loved favourite, Lords of the Manor is the most celebrated boutique hotel in the Cotswolds, resting in 8 beautiful acres in a postcard-perfect village. Since 1972, this quintessential country house hotel has provided its guests with the ultimate in luxury and indulgence - while still retaining all the charm and mystery of its former life.

For Spring 2008, we have some exciting changes to report at The Lords, including the appointment of an incredibly talented new chef and a major refurbishment of all 26 bedrooms, public areas, bar, restaurant and private dining rooms.

Simply luxuriate in the serene courtyard garden with a glass of Champagne or with a book in the elegant drawing room, or venture out and explore the enchanting environs. Bath, Sudeley Castle and Gardens, Batsford Arboretum, Warwick Castle, Stratford Upon Avon and Kiftsgate Court Gardens, are all nearby, not to mention the many wonderfully photogenic golden-hued villages and limestone hills of the Cotswolds.

Best wishes,

Jeffrey Epstein
Publisher


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Lords of the Manor
Upper Slaughter
Nr Bourton-on-the-Water
Gloucestershire GL54 2JD


Nearest Train Station
Kingham - 5miles

Nearest Airports
Birmingham - 45 miles
London Heathrow - 80 miles

Lords
  An Award-Winning New Chef
Boasting three AA rosettes, Lords of the Manor's position as a culinary destination has been confirmed by the recent appointment of one of the UK's most talented young chefs. Matthew Weedon, 32, has enjoyed a stellar career at some of the most prestigious restaurants in the UK, Ireland and the US. He comes to Lords of the Manor directly from running a Michelin-starred restaurant in a Scottish castle.

Matthew is really excited about his new role. He says: "I've grand plans for the fine dining restaurant at Lords of the Manor - an imaginative and unforgettable new series of seasonal menus using lots of the delicious local produce found in the Cotswolds." Click here for samples of one of Matt's new menus.
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  Spring Spruce Up
As a converted 17th century rectory, Lords of the Manor was already one of the most charming and historic boutique hotels in England. Now, after an entire refurbishment, it's been gorgeously updated with a sophisticated new look.

The hotel's fresh and inviting new colour scheme is inspired by the eight flowering acres of garden. An exquisite array of new fixtures and furnishings has been sourced from around the globe, including silk bedspreads from India, luxury Italian light fittings, brightly coloured Provençal curtains and a bespoke carpet based on a traditional Indian Ushak motif.

Each room has a flat screen TV with Freeview, a DVD player and an i-Pod docking station. Pre-loaded I-Pods and a full DVD library are available from reception.
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  Sparkling Spring Offer
To celebrate the new chef, new look and the general joys of the season, Lords of the Manor is offering a sparkling Spring break offer for the month of April. It includes a luscious cream tea with a glass of Champagne on arrival, a three-course dinner from the Market Menu in the fine dining restaurant, luxury overnight accommodation and breakfast. All this costs a mere £295 per room, per night. There is a minumum two night stay at weekends.
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