The Manor is a charming early 17th Century Jacobean style Manor House, crafted from Blue Lias stone with Cotswold stone dressings. Set within two acres of beautifully maintained formal gardens and grounds, the Grade II Listed house has been sympathetically restored to harmonize delightful original features and understated luxury.

The Banqueting Hall, with its beautiful stone floor and open fire, certainly has Manorial proportions - ideal for those special occasions and catered feasts. With ten bedrooms, mostly ensuite, there is ample space to relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. The Manor also boasts two cosy reception rooms, a large well-appointed breakfast kitchen with log burner, original features such as the Victorian two-seater lavatory, Cheese room with table tennis and a well-equipped kitchen wing to accommodate your cook or nanny. To make the most of good weather, there's a gas barbecue, plenty of garden furniture, ten bikes and a good selection of outdoor games equipment.  A newly installed Hydrotherapy Spa and Sauna complete the picture, and ensure complete relaxation throughout your stay. 

Nestling within the beautiful Vale of Evesham, the tiny village of Middle Littleton is rural and idyllic, yet ideally situated for ease of access by either road or rail. In close proximity to the Cotswolds, Stratford-upon-Avon and the Malvern Hills, The Manor is the perfect base for family celebrations, corporate functions and relaxing weekends.

 

History

The Manor is a charming 17th Century Jacobean Grade II listed Manor House crafted using blue lias stone with Cotswold stone dressings.

Accommodation

Internally the house delights with its unique and quirky rooms and is able to accommodate up to 22 guests comfortably.

Area

North and Middle Littleton is a civil parish located in the Wychavon district of Worcestershire, near to the river Avon.