Thursday, 6 May 2010

Temple Guiting Manor


Imagine that you wanted to have a very special weekend away. Imagine that you wanted to find a beautiful old manor house that was rich in history. Imagine that it was once home to the Knights of the Templar and even mentioned in the Doomsday book. But then, even though you wanted to be in a historical setting, you really wanted to have all of the modern comforts. We think that we've found just the place. it's called Temple Guiting Manor. Set in the beautiful Cotswolds countryside and sitting in 14 acres of land. It's a dream come true. They even have a separate newly converted barn that can be rented out separately which is just divine! you can read more about it here and read a review in Mr. and Mrs. Smith. oh, by the way, they also have joined up with Sophie Conran for bespoke country house parties. Read about them here.

9 comments:

  1. Oh My, It really looks so beautiful, I love the Cotswolds ... and Sophie Conran as well, too good. Did you stay there?

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  2. We did. It's owned by friends of ours, so we've seen how it developed from a family home into this special place. They've put a lot of love into it. They're doing a wedding there on the weekend. I'm sure that'll be gorgeous!

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  3. It's so beautiful! Wedding in this location seems magical!
    have a great day:)

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  4. Oh, how special.... it really is lovely.

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  5. Ooh I never thought about staying at a manor. Love it! Thanks for your advice about Brasil. And I read Mandy's post--I especially love your bags. Beautiful! Have a lovely weekend!

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  6. ohhh it seems quite unbelievable - to stay in a place like this! it's like being in a film. or a book.
    but - hey - these armchairs (2nd picture from above) - they look very similar to mine! :)

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  7. Maybe they're brothers that were split at birth!
    It is very beautiful there.

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  8. Rajveer Kothari7 August 2010 at 11:17

    Its a dream house! Must be such a divine feeling, living in a house like that. :)

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