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The Lamb Inn
Located on a quaint side street in the heart of Burford, The Lamb Inn boasts 17 bedrooms, each room uniquely designed with history around every corner. This dog-friendly hotel is also home to a traditional bar and cozy lounges, a beautifully manicured garden and an award-winning Brasserie.
Some people call New York City their favorite place in the world. They’re addicted to Manhattan’s restless energy and ruthless work culture, to how quickly things move and the chaos of it all. But for Amanda Brooks, the city and her high-ranking city job, was eating her up alive.
Cotswolds Tea Party
For lovers of afternoon tea, this quirky little tea room is worth visiting at least once in your life. Situated next to the medieval bridge of a living fairytale town named Bradford-on-Avon, The Bridge Tea Rooms dates back as far as 1502 and has claimed itself as the first tea room in Europe.
Many people know Iford Manor for its romantic Italianate garden, created by the revered Edwardian designer-architect Harold Peto. Little do they know of the story of its resurrection after the Second World War by two generations of the Cartwright-Hignett family who now manage and reside in the estate.
From Farm to Fashion
You can trust that whatever Amanda Brooks touches turns into a success story. It’s more than just the fact that Brooks was formerly Barney’s New York Fashion Director, a highly coveted position that comes with great influence.
Charming Rabbit Hole
When planning our trip to the Cotswolds, we made certain that The Wild Rabbit was included in our itinerary, as we have heard many positive reviews from close friends.
The Truth is Out There
Call me gullible, a mystic or a person of faith if you wish, but curiosity about the unknown has always been a part of me. Whether it was the Ouija board game in high school with friends, the sighting of UFOs over a late night walk along the Seine or our recent visit to a crop circle, these mysteries truly fascinate me.
Situated in the most picturesque corner of the Cotswolds in the village of Upper Slaughter is Lords of the Manor.
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