Lower Slaughter Manor is considered to be an exceptionally stunning example of a 17th century manor house, with five acres of glorious landscape gardens, fine specimen trees and magnificent Redwoods and Horse Chestnuts to the front of the house.
Ornamental beds flank the front steps and the drive is partially edged with Hidcote Lavender. To the left of the front lawn lies a set of ornamental rose beds, complete with a small water fountain.
The back lawn is laid for croquet with central flower beds and a rear wall edged with fruit trees.
A hard tennis court can be found at the rear of the property with views over the Cotswold fields. The front of the property borders the pretty River Eye as it meanders through this picturesque village.