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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.



Monday 10th June to Sunday 16th June.

Monday 24th June to Sunday 30th June.

Monday 8th July to Sunday 14th July.

Monday 22nd July to Sunday 28th July 2019.

Gardens open 10.30am, last entry 3.15pm, gardens close 4pm.

House tours (not free to Historic Houses members) from 11am, last tour 3pm.

All above are weather permitting.

Find Us
Find us

Turn off the A429 between Stow-on-the-Wold and Bourton-on-the-Water. At Lower Slaughter cross the river bridge and continue along this road. Upper Slaughter Manor is on your right just before reaching Upper Slaughter village.



Car park on site

  • Free - field location
Parking is available and is free for Historic Houses members when visiting the property for free.


Historic Houses members visit the grounds for free, discounted £8 charge for house tours (£7 for concessions)

Entrance to Gardens: £5 (Concessions £4)

Entrance to House Tour and Gardens: £13 (Concessions £11)