Cotswold Society: Burns Night at Charingworth Manor

Rupert Wakley, Deborah Thompson and William Gilder

Rupert Wakley, Deborah Thompson and William Gilder - Credit: © Thousand Word Media

In the beautiful setting of Charingworth Manor, near Chipping Campden, The Cotswold Life team hosted an exclusive Burns Night client drinks evening

Guests enjoyed a couple of drams of some of Scotland’s finest whiskey, as well as canapés freshly prepared by the hotel’s kitchens. Cotswold Life deputy editor Candia McKormack thanked the guests for their continued support of the magazine before Charingworth Manor’s general manager presented a cheque for £500 to Pippa Knight from Campden Home Nursing from money raised by a charity calendar organised by the hotel.

With commanding views over rolling Cotswolds countryside, Charingworth Manor is an idyllic hotel. Built nearly two years ago, our stunning 140-seat Orangery is the ideal setting for any event, conference, or elegant Cotswolds wedding. The number of Brides and Grooms that have had their special day at the hotel has soared from 11 two years ago to more than 35 in 2016.

Every one of the 26 bedrooms in this 700-year-old warm Cotswold stone manor house has been carefully furnished to the highest standard so you can enjoy sumptuous, contemporary comfort. The hotel’s John Glenville restaurant is widely acclaimed and the leisure club includes a gym and heated pool.

Ideally located for exploring this beautiful part of England and the perfect location for Shakespeare’s Stratford, the delightful Cotswolds towns of Broadway and Burford are just a short drive away.