Euridge Manor Estate
Enjoy a luxurious and exclusive stay at Sir Walter Raleigh’s old hunting lodge
Tucked deep into the southern reaches of the Cotswolds within touching distance of the Somerset and Wiltshire borders, Euridge Manor is a glorious estate on the grounds of what was once Sir Walter Raleigh’s old hunting lodge. The estate is blessed with glorious rose gardens, crumbling archways, sweeping lawns, and meandering pathways, which all weave through a landscape of incredible rural beauty. The thatched boat house with a wooden rowing boat brings a sense of the theatrical to this impressive estate. Consequently, Euridge is a spectacular wedding venue and is now exclusively offering guests the opportunity to stay and enjoy this impressive setting.
The enchanting Orangery is a sunlight-filled vision. It boasts warm terracotta walls, sparkling chandeliers and tropical palms swaying gently in the breeze. Four poster bedrooms, bathrooms with clawfoot baths and an elegant, castellated terrace all add to the sense of grandeur. Larger groups should look to Belvedere, which includes both the Orangery and the Cloister rooms.
If you’re seeking a romantic hideaway for two, then Christie’s Cabin is a bespoke and bijou wooden-clad cabin with far-reaching views. It offers a truly away-from-it-all, digital detox experience.
On the edge of the estate lie three charming Cotswold cottages. Bluebell and Peartree sleep six in each whilst Ivy Cottage can accommodate nine guests. This is where you can escape the hurly-burly of everyday life and enjoy a little taste of rural living. The countryside views from these cottages are breath-taking.
Euridge is perfectly located for exploring the charms of nearby Bath and the beautiful historic estate of Dyrham Park. Castle Combe, often thought of as the prettiest of all the Cotswold villages is only a short drive away. For a peaceful stay in the southern Cotswolds, the breathtaking setting of Euridge takes some beating. No what time of year you decide to stay.