The hotel (which was formerly known as the Edgwarebury Hotel) was bought by Laura Ashley PLC in 2012, and opened on her 60th anniversary making this the first of the Company’s boutique hotels one of the most evocative of British heritage brands.
The Manor has undergone a beautiful Laura Ashley refurbishment, and stands on the site of an old Tudor house, which dates back to 1540. The hotel is ideally situated- only 20 minutes train from King’s Cross, an ideal starting point to discover the surrounding area or a peaceful retreat to get away from it all.
The Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel nestled in the countryside. Set amongst the sprawling 10 acres of natural woodland and gardens, with views overlooking Central London with the gardens initially planned by Mr. W Innes Stuckey, The Manor has been created as a quintessential English lifestyle destination for guests to escape to for a quiet weekend getaway.
An enchanting retreat, The Manor plays host to 49 rooms including 4 suites, 7 deluxe rooms and 3 feature rooms all exclusively and individually designed and styled using the latest Laura Ashley interior collections, including the exclusive Cavendish restaurant and relaxing gardens providing a truly unique style. And the entire decor is available for guests to buy online during their stay, should they wish to replicate the look at home. There are wedding facilities, a bar, and banqueting and Conference facilities. The hotel has a variety of rooms and suites available in either the main Tudor house or the contemporary wing. The Junior &premium suites (the Knightsbridge, Grosvenor, Mayfair and Victoria) featured unrivaled views of London each of these suites has a separate lounging area and en suite bathrooms.
Discover the Manor Hotel Where Contemporary Luxury Finds Its Purest Form it is so different, and so much better, than the modern purpose designed hotel you wouldn’t wait for another opportunity to visit again For more information or registration visit; www.booking.com.