The English Manor House
Celebrating all that best about the fresh English countryside and its traditional estates, Cowley Manor is a vanguard of English finery. Indeed, it was a favourite of Lewis Carroll who authored Alice in Wonderland and other delightfully surreal works. Located on an estate that was assigned by William the Conqueror back in the 11th Century, the manor itself is only 100 years old and was the first private house in England to use the newfangled invention of concrete. Restored in 1999 the modern hotel combines traditional English estate finery with a quirky edge by using modern fabrics and designs. Your room is individually designed and comes with an extensive high quality music and movie menu. Dining can be done in your room or in the grand dining room that seats up to 50 people. The menu features the best modern gastronomy has to offer. The spa has a beautiful indoor and outdoor pool, four treatment rooms, gym and beauty treatments.