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Lords of the Manor

Lords of the Manor is an established and much sought-after culinary destination. They have two restaurants on offer for hotel guests and visitors. The Atrium is the Lords of the Manor’s fining dining restaurant where standards and impeccable and the head chef, Charles Smith, works tirelessly to develop the 3 AA Rosette and Good Food Guide listed cutting edge cuisine.

The Atrium is the epitome of fine dining and invites guests to experience an exclusive dining atmosphere. Head Chef Charles holds his team to the highest of culinary standards and has created a very distinguished dining space that is assured and confident in both its approach and ingredients. As this fine dining restaurant in the Lords of the Manor is so sought-after and only offers one sitting, booking in advance is essential.

However, don’t be too dishearted if you are able to get a reservation, the Lords of the Manor have a second restaurant; The Dining Room. The Dining Room offers a slightly more informal atmosphere when compared to the Atrium but it is still a culinary destination in its own right. Offering both a set menu and an A La Carte menu you’ll still experience the same incredible food just in a slightly less formal environment.

Lords of the Manor, Upper Slaughter, Gloucestershire GL54 2JD

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