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Nestled on the outskirts of Britain’s second city sits a manor house. Inside is a hub of young creatives, bringing the old estate back to life. Sommeliers and barristas, chefs and artists invite you into their playhouse to explore.

Food and drink is at the centre of what we do, with Michelin Star, four AA Rosette, Peel’s restaurant running as the living heart of the building. We take you off the beaten track with our seasonal, hand crafted, and local products and produce. Experience single-batch teas from artisan growers, biodynamic wines and ingredients foraged from our very own kitchen garden.

Hampton Manor was built as a home for the Peel family, and today its new family owners have created a home away from home for your guests, offering you a welcome that was awarded Michelin’s Welcome and Service Award for 2017. Original Minton tiles, hand painted stained glass, and carved oak banisters sit beside marble topped tables and chinoiserie wallpaper. Stay in one of our 15 bespoke bedrooms to step away from city life and chip out in the country.

“This place has soul” The Daily Telegraph

“Food is an event” The Times, Cool Hotel Guide

“Modern & vibrant” Olive Magazine

“Refined & original combinations” The Michelin Guide

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Stay in one of our fabulously stylish bedrooms from just £50 per person, when dining in Peel’s Restaurant any Friday evening. Eat from either our four or seven ...

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Christmas in Apulia

Right down in the heel of Italy’s boot sits Apulia. This is the land that Restaurant Manager Gianrico calls home. Since his return to the Manor Gianrico’s been educating the team on his region’s wines; Nero di Troia, Minutolo and Faraone make a happy trio. Today we’re chatting about Christmas in Apulia. 

In Italy the Christmas tradition is very connected to the real meaning of Christmas. With religion at the forefront, the most important thing is family. Trains and motorways are full as everyone travels home in time for mass on Christmas Eve and then to spend as much time ...