The Slaughters Manor House

Brides The Show, 30th September - 2nd October

Calling all brides to be! Join us at Brides The Show this Autumn to pick your ultimate wedding venue…choose from a 900 year old castle, a contemporary Cotswolds manor, a Georgian house on the edge of Bath or modern city cool with our ABode Hotels.  
Step into the pages of the UK's favourite bridal magazine; Brides The Show brings together the very best of the bridal industry at The Business Design Centre in Islington, London making it the only place to cross off your wedding to-do list in style. From dresses to diamonds, flowers to cakes, the event will bring together top experts and over 150 luxury suppliers. Expect the freshest ideas, the highest quality craftsmanship and the very latest trends.


In association with The Real Flower Company our stand will showcase the best our venues have to offer for that special day finished with the freshest blooms. We are proud to partner with The Real Flower Company, an award winning English grower & luxury online florist. Founded in 1995 by director Rosbie Morton, The Real Flower Company’s mission is to bring scented, natural, roses, flowers, herbs and foliage back into floristry & the cut flower business. They promote provenance and sustainability by growing on their very own farms and pride themselves on their expert product knowledge. 

To book tickets visit and quote 'PARTNER' to get 25% off tickets.

Introducing The Slaughters Manor House

The Slaughters Manor House re-opened in March 2016 following a three month closure for extensive refurbishment work.  Previously known as Lower Slaughter Manor, and sitting opposite sister property The Slaughters Country Inn, the new look Manor House offers a completely new ground floor, remodelled to offer a contemporary interpretation of countryside life. 

In addition to its brand new name, new features at The Slaughters Manor House include its new bar, relaunched in partnership with friends at craft distillery Sipsmith.  Open to residents and non-residents, the new bar features cut glass, brass and leather furnishings, setting the tone for a luxurious drinking experience.  Alongside Sipsmith gins and a fully stocked bar, guests will also be able to enjoy new tasting plates from the Manor’s kitchen. 

In addition to the new bar, the new look rooms at the Manor House include; The Porch & Reception, The Lounge, Billiards Room, The Library, The Snug, and The Long Room.

Visit to find out more. Photography by Mark Bolton.