Cottages in the Cotswolds sleeping 34 with a covered swimming pool and function room, for special holidays and celebrations
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Upper Court, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, Cotswolds, sleeps 2 - 34 in 15 bedrooms.
Sleeps up to 34:
Coach House sleeps 16 in 7 bedrooms
Courtyard Cottage sleeps 8 in 3 bedrooms
Dovecote sleep 2 + 2 in 1 bedroom with additional sleeping area
Manor House sleeps 8 on room only basis in 4 en suite rooms (all four poster)
Set in the grounds of a magnificent Georgian Manor house, Upper Court makes a beautiful destination for your friends & families, or for team building days, hen do's and small weddings.
The cottages are self contained and available for self catering groups, with Coach House able to seat 24 for dining. Add in the period bedrooms in the Manor for additional guests. We are happy to discuss your requirements.
The Gallery Function Room is available by separate hire for celebrations or large group dining, with a kitchen and capacity to seat 40.
We can also supply various options for eating from prepared meals or bespoke fine dining, to cream teas or breakfast in the Manor House. Childcare, bikes and hot tubs also available as extras.
This creative Cotswold retreat has so many facilities you will never be short of an activity. Play a game of tennis, ping pong or croquet, boat on the lake, or just immerse yourself in the grounds. Children will adore the Wendy house and fossil hunting while you relax by the pool. For those looking to explore further, Bredon Hill is renowned for its unique walks and stunning views. End the day by toasting marshmallows around the firepit or popping to The Crown Inn, which is just a five-minute walk away.
What makes Upper Court particularly special is the creative element. We can offer hands-on experiences including print-making, pottery and foraging, all bookable with the team ahead of your stay. Don't leave without enjoying the evolving pop-up shop in the hall of the Manor House, by buying ceramics from Oliver (resident family & potter), antiques from Diana (who started her early career on the Portobello Road), or paintings and prints by Kallum, a member of the youngest generation (a neurodiverse artist). We even have clay and puppet-making kits to keep the children entertained (Kite Inclusive CIC.)