- Very Good
- 27 guest reviews
"An obviously adored, elegant period Manor House property in a quiet location in a village with on site, gated parking. Spotlessly clean, sum..."
"We arrived at the B&B and the front door is locked. We knocked 3 times without answer then called the mobile number which went to answer pho..."
"This hideaway in the Cotswold's is the perfect get away from it all. The house is beautiful and the host is very accommodating. The breakfas..."
"If you don't leave the manor feeling like a friend rather than a guest I would be very surprised! All of the staff treat you as a member of..."
"Was clean tidy In a lovely location Will be staying again..."
About the hotel
If you are looking for the perfect Bed and Breakfast retreat in the Cotswolds, you will find it at Buscot Manor. Buscot Manor is a beautiful Queen Anne Manor House built in 1692 idyllically positioned on the edge of the historic, tranquil National Trust Village of Buscot. Situated in its own substantial grounds, within walking distance of the River Thames and Buscot Lock, it is perfectly located in the heart of rural Oxfordshire.
There are a multitude of local attractions around Oxford, Burford, Cirencester and Cheltenham all of which are just on the doorstep. We aim to make your stay to suit you. Whether you wish to have the full English Traditional Buscot Breakfast , a full Continental Breakfast , something lighter on the palette or have special dietary requirements we will endeavour to cater for you. All of our ingredients where possible are locally sourced from the neighbouring farmers. Breakfast is served in our elegant dining room. This can also be used by parties for formal occasions and will easily seat 10-12 or 20 plus buffet style. We can offer a simple meal or a pop up restaurant for your group. Children are most welcome and high chairs are available. Guests are more than welcome to retreat and relax in the garden with their breakfast should they wish! Lunchtime and Evening Meals – Buscot Tea Rooms are open for lunch time meals and there is a full and extensive choice of Restaurants and Pubs in nearby Lechlade, Coleshill, or Faringdon. Enjoy the magical drawing room and experience open fires in the winter months, with the shutters closed, relaxing in the deep comfortable sofas. During the summer months, relax and rejuvenate in the privacy of the walled Manor gardens. We pride ourselves on service and can cater for all whether a romantic weekend staying in one of our truly magnificent, elegant Four poster rooms, a walker taking a well earned break from the Thames Path or a corporate or Wedding group or a family break.
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- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Horse Riding
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- From 18:30 hours
- Until 10:30 hours
- 25/09/2012 to 30/09/2021 - Your Credit/Debit card details are taken at the time of booking to secure your reservation only, all guests must make payment on arrival by cash,cheque, bank transfer or by pay pal. The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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89% would recommend it to a friend
An obviously adored, elegant period Manor House property in a quiet location in a village with on site, gated parking.
Spotlessly clean, sumptuously furnished (very comfortable four poster), a wonderful whole food full English breakfast and a warm welcome from all the family. A hidden gem. We will return.
Nice but a bit quirky with minor issues
We arrived at the B&B and the front door is locked.
We knocked 3 times without answer then called the mobile number which went to answer phone and eventually tracked down a land line which did answer and then got let in. It was a cold evening and to stand around for 10 minutes outside was a bad start. The room was nice but when it said private bathroom we didn't expect to have to leave our room go into the group hallway and then off to a bathroom. The other guests seemed uncertain which bathroom either of us should use, so it was private but joint at the same time. Breakfast was good and the staff friendly so overall a good experience just not what expected.