Aylworth Manor bed and breakfast near Naunton
Aylworth Manor offers superb bed and breakfast accommodation near Naunton in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds.
Nestling in a secluded valley in the heart of the Cotswolds is this magnificent small estate offering B&B accommodation in a peaceful, countryside setting.
The Manor House, which dates back many centuries, has been carefully refurbished to provide a comfortable and sophisticated family home and a tranquil base from which to explore this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). It is surrounded by unspoilt countryside, yet is just a few miles from the historic market towns of Bourton-on-the-Water (4 miles), Stow-on-the-Wold and Northleach (6 miles), and a half-hour drive from Cirencester, with its wide selection of independent shops and boutiques, and Cheltenham and its renowned racecourse, venue for the Cheltenham National Hunt Festival in March each year.
Accommodation: There are two spacious guest bedrooms are on the first floor, and have far-reaching views over the garden and the countryside beyond. Both rooms have comfortable seating, television, and tea and coffee making facilities.
The Yellow Room has a super kingsized bed and a luxurious en-suite bathroom.
The Pink Room can be configured as either a twin or double bedroom. It has a separate private bathroom.
Breakfast is served in our elegant dining room, and wherever possible we use locally sourced ingredients, including our own free range eggs and home made jams and jellies. In the summer months breakfast may served outside in the garden.
Room Prices:- Double room: £100 per night; Twin room: £90 per night; Single occupancy: £55 per night
Aylworth Manor is ideally situated for visiting the many tourist attractions in the Cotswolds, or for just relaxing in luxurious surroundings and enjoying the peace and quiet of the countryside. We have an all-weather tennis court at the Manor, and there is a golf course less than a mile away at Naunton. Footpaths and bridleways abound in the area, and the Windrush Way long distance footpath crosses the Aylworth Manor estate as it follows the course of the stream along the Windrush valley towards Burford.