Upper Slaughter Manor Gardens

Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 2JG

Quintessential Cotswold manor house with a rose garden and reconstructed 18th-century folly.

Upper Slaughter Manor in Gloucestershire

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Upper Slaughter Manor is an Elizabethan Manor House with Jacobean porch and late 14th to early 15th century two-vaulted crypt.

The gardens include a rose garden with a reconstructed 18th-century folly, a lake and a self-guided nature trail suitable for children.

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