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The Rooms & Manor Cottage

The Manor House offers 15 luxury rooms, living spaces with roaring fires specialising in one or two-night experiential stays. Aside from the rooms, The Manor Cottage is the ideal hideaway for food obsessed couples or families looking for privacy in a homely setting decked with a fully equipped kitchen, breakfast room and sunroom. Group of friends can take over the four rooms, which sleeps up to eight guests. The cottage interiors have been designed in keeping with the period of the house, and the colour palette and soft furnishings have been influenced by William Morris and the Arts and Crafts era.

Alongside the estate’s award winning restaurants, guests also have access to the hotel bar and courtyard, as well as a private chef. Vinyl hour in the Manor House sets the tune in the company of freshly made cakes, whilst afternoon wine tastings are hosted by Hampton Manor’s expert team.

These experiences form the backbone of the estate, providing guests with an understanding of how everything at Hampton Manor is intrinsically linked and thoughtfully curated.

Prices for the Manor Cottage starts from £1400 on a pre-paid basis.

Grace & Savour

Offering true seasonality, the menu at Grace & Savour is shaped around produce from the estate’s walled garden and celebrates a food revolution with an unwavering attention to sustainability. With an ever-changing menu carefully curated by chef David Taylor, guests can expect to enjoy the best of what the season has to offer, including Kohlrabi with elderflower pesto and fresh elderflower. Local farmers and growers are placed at the forefront of dishes served and stories told, with the likes of sweet, ripe cherries and gypsy Mirabelle plums from Augernik Farm, and ex-dairy cow from butcher Meat Matters from Gower Peninsula.

Grace & Savour is open from Wednesday to Saturday. Seasons tasting menus are priced at £155 (except for Wednesdays at £135). Lunch is available on Saturdays at £90.


Located adjacent to the estate’s tomato house and vinery, the new terrace at the wood-fire cooking restaurant, Smoke, sets the scene for al-fresco summer dining. Headed up by Masterchef Professionals winner, Stu Deeley, the food celebrates seasonal produce cooked with creative simplicity and soul. Guests can expect Frazer’s scallop, Jamón butter sauce with maitake to start, and Hereford cote de boeuf for two with Béarnaise sauce, oak leaf and Lollo Rosso salad, for the main event.

Smoke is now open everyday. A three course meal is priced at £65 and five-courses at £115 (except for £100 on Mondays.)

Workshops (New: The Larder)

Visitors can head to the Cookery School to build new skills during their visit, with plenty of classes available to suit guests’ interests. Learn how to knead at the Bread & Butter course or bring a slice home by attending the much loved Cinnamon bun workshop - all guided by the expertise of Head Baker Jax.

Alternatively, the recently launched The Larder workshop is all about learning how to pickle, ferment and build a larder at home. In keeping with Hampton Manor’s ethos on sustainability, guests will be able to learn tips and tricks in preserving ingredients, using techniques to create sauerkraut or quick pickled vegetables and even crisps.

The Cinnamon Bun workshop is priced at £60, Bread & Butter at £90 and The Larder at £80.

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