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Whatley Manor Hotel and Spa

Muddy says: If you’re in need of a big helping of ‘Me Time’ (hello, who isn’t?), visit Whatley Manor, enter the beauty bubble, dine like a queen and waft about like you lady of the manor at this stunning boutique hotel and spa.

If you like wafting around like lady of the manor, then you’ll love the rural grandeur of Whatley Manor a beautifully restored Cotswold country house hotel and spa.

Built in the 19th century, the manor house is Grade II listed and preserves its unique historical character, making guests feel as if they’re spending time in a beautiful private home rather than a hotel. The 15 rooms and six suites are all individual in style and design, furnished with a blend of antique and contemporary pieces with art sourced from around the world.


Food at Whatley Manor bursts with flavour and originality whether you’re eating from Executive chef Niall Keating’s modern British menu in The Dining Room or keeping it casual at Grey’s Brasserie. Brunch is served every Sunday including the option of bottomless Prosecco (taaaaaxi!). Guests are welcome to simply drop in for a quick bite to eat, a cup of tea or coffee and read of the newspaper. Although you won’t want to rush… particularly when there is a spa to enjoy.

Enter the beauty bubble. Oh go on then. A highlight of any stay at Whatley Manor is its unforgettable Aquarias Spa. Home to an exclusive Natura Bissé Bubble Suite, you can experience treatments in a 99.995% pure environment which provides exceptional results that rejuvenate and purify. Then sink into a hydrotherapy pool complete with airbed, air tub, neck massage jets and air bench; a tepidarium with heated stone recliners; salt scrub and experience showers. It’s all very fancy pantsy, and absolutely essential.

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