The present manor house of Charingworth was built in the early 14th century, with many of its carefully preserved interior features dating back to the time of its ownership by Edward Burnel in around 1316.
The finest of these mediaeval decorations are to be found in the sitting room, whose beautiful painted oak beamed ceiling and mullioned windows reflect the long history of the house. Bedrooms and suites display a similar period flavour, with four poster beds, antique furniture, and fine fabrics: the Courtyard and Cottage bedrooms have been sympathetically converted from the original stables and farm buildings, and are all furnished and fitted to the same high standard as the rooms in the main house. Dining is in the relaxed 'John Greville' room, a suitable setting in which to enjoy the award-winning cuisine and fine wines of Charingworth. The Long Room is available for private parties and dinners, an outstanding venue with truly impressive views. Among the leisure facilities are an exclusive gym (no longer a billiards room), an all weather tennis court in the grounds, and most notably the Leisure Spa with indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, steam room, and solarium.
In the heart of the Cotswolds, Charingworth Manor is two miles from Chipping Campden, said by G M Trevelyan to possess "the most beautiful high street in the whole of England", and enjoys easy access to all the major sites and historic towns and villages of the region.
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nr Chipping Camden, Gloucestershire GL55 6NS
Location: between Chipping Campden and Banbury off the B4035
Tel: +44 (0)1386 593555
Fax: +44 (0)1386 593353