Five acres of landscaped gardens, croquet lawn, tennis court, DVD library. In rooms, Vi-Spring mattresses, TV, CD/DVD player, iPod dock, free WiFi, free bottled water and Sipsmith gin, fresh fruit.
For an extravagant weekend of romance, book one of the ground-floor Garden rooms in the Coach House: Valentine Strong is a decadent suite with a bathroom featuring twin roll-top baths that gives onto a private garden with a hot tub; Magnolia is a huge double with a freestanding bath and private garden. Deluxe and Master rooms on the second floor of the main house have wonderful views of the village; Mrs Smiths will love Longborough – it has a freestanding roll-top bath and a separate dressing room.
Slippers, robes and luxury toiletries are all provided. Bring your bathers if you fancy a dip in the hot tub, and activity-proof clothes if you want to try quad-biking, rock-climbing or any of the other more mud-prone outdoors options.
Two-night minimum stay at weekends.
It's is a good choice for getaways en famille, particularly if your children are young. Three sets of rooms can be connected for families. Cots (free) and extra beds (£50 a night, including breakfast) can be provided.
Lower Slaughter Manor is a good choice for getaways en famille, particularly if your children are young. Three sets of rooms can be connected for families. Cots (free) and extra beds (£75 a night) can be provided.
Babies and up – children of all ages welcomed.
Most rooms take at least one extra bed (£50 a night, including breakfast), or cot (no extra charge). There are three sets of interconnecting rooms in the Coach House. Magnolia has a private garden (with hot tub), and interconnects with Cedar.
There isn't a crèche, but the hotel has a list of registered nannies who can look after the children during the day. Parents must book this service themselves, so contact the hotel once you've made a reservation to get the list and book a nanny.
The garden is large, and there's a tennis court and croquet set. Bikes are available to hire during warmer months, and staff can point families in the direction of everything from rock climbing to duck herding, as well as attractions such as the model village at Bourton-in-the-Water.
Children are welcome in Sixteen 58 restaurant, ordering from the à la carte lunch or dinner menus. A children's menu is available in the Drawing Room and for room service orders, and family dining in the Snug can be arranged. Staff will heat up bottles and baby food. 24-hour room service is also on offer.
Ask at reception for details of an approved babysitting company, which the guest must book direct. It costs around £10 an hour.
No need to pack
There are high chairs in the restaurant, and Wellington boots to borrow – just take a pair from the rack by the front door.
Every room has a TV and DVD player, and there are child-friendly DVDs to borrow.