Welcome to Charingworth Manor
Dating back to the 14th century, Charingworth Manor is an ancient estate mentioned in Domesday Book and had various owners over its long, rich and colourful history. T.S Elliot was a frequent houseguest when it belonged to the Cresswell family and it was here in the 1930s, that he wrote Burnt Norton.
Situated in the wonderful Cotswolds , it is the perfect place to explore our quintessentially English villages of honey-coloured stone and walk through breath-taking landscapes along historic trails. The heart of England is on our doorstep, with Shakespeare’s Stratford and the delightful Cotswold towns of Broadway and Burford just a short drive away.
Charingworth Manor has 26 beautifully appointed rooms, excellent leisure facilities, stunning function suites and its peaceful setting in 56 acres of gardens and woodlands make it a desirable destination for visitors from all over the world. Our popular and intimate restaurant, John Greville offers a range of treats including afternoon tea, a much –loved tradition within our walls.
Our team and I look forward to welcoming to our beautiful hotel.
Charingworth Manor was built in local golden Cotswold stone in the early 14th century, with many of its carefully preserved interior features dating back to the time of its ownership by Edward Burnel in around 1316 – an inspired choice of location for a house.
You can see these best in our lounge with its oak beamed ceiling and mullioned windows.
The hotel is two miles from Chipping Campden, said by G M Trevelyan to possess ‘the most beautiful high street in the whole of England’,