Our new dining restaurant, Head Chef Charlie Hibbert.
Embodying our ‘love of the land’ ethos with a focus on nature, sustainability and beauty, our handpicked and exquisitely crafted products allow you to ‘take a little Thyme’ home.
The Tithe Barn, an inspiring venue for lunches, dinners & drinks receptions...
Our village cottage situated in its own walled garden, only a few minutes’ walk from The Swan & Thyme.
Our village pub, The Swan menus reflect our passion for good food and warm hospitality.
The largest and most luxurious of our Courtyard Cottages.
Our most romantic cottage suite, with en-suite double and its own sitting room.
The Baa is inspired by our farming heritage & our flocks of rare breed sheep. Sip on infusions, homemade treats, carefully chosen wines by the glass, cocktails and aperitifs.
Adjoining the Tithe Barn, this striking room with its gorgeous outlook on The Olive Gardens is an ideal space for drinks to be served to guests as they flow between the barn and the gardens.
More than just a cookery school, we tell the complete story of food from planting to eating. We offer a wide range of classes inspired by our kitchen garden & farm.
Designed by Bunny Guinness, this tranquil space is accessible from The Baa, The Tithe Barn & The Cookery School, the perfect spot to enjoy a drink in the sunshine.
This large and beautifully appointed house can be taken exclusively and is perfect for family celebrations, shooting parties and important occasions. Sleeping 16 guests in eight individually designed bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms.
Meeting space ideal for lectures, meetings and classes. In the eaves of the Tithe Barn with a large balcony overlooking the barn space & views across the estate.
Our beautiful village church nestled between Southrop Manor & Thyme’s Medieval Tithe Barn.
Private home of Caryn Hibbert, Thyme’s founder & creative director, and her family.
Every year our family of swans move from the River Leach to the stew pond at Southrop Manor to nurture their cygnets.
Cotswold & Black Welsh Mountain sheep for Southrop lamb on the menus.
For the very beautiful country flower arrangements our guests enjoy at Thyme - bringing the gardens indoors.
Our lovely geese provide the richest eggs for baking and a special flock arrives each year to fatten for Michaelmas.
Our happy hens provide our chefs with all the eggs for breakfasts, cookery classes, dinners in addition to the menus at The Swan.
Harvested daily, heritage vegetables, seasonal fruits, salads, herbs and flowers.
Our lovely pigs are an unusual and tasty breed - ‘Duroc cross Piétrain’ - for our very own bacon & cured meats.
Gorgeous cottage suites located either side of the Grand Arch of the Ox Barn.
Set in a secluded section of the landscaped gardens, this standalone room has a private alfresco seating area with a firebowl.
17th century farmhouse with eight hotel bedrooms and a light-filled kitchen for private cookery classes & meetings.
In the farmhouse gardens, the perfect way to while away a summer's evening.
Newly planted orchard of almonds, walnuts & sweet chestnut.
18th century rectory with eight hotel bedrooms.
Fresh spring water from our own natural underground water filtered by a pioneering technique that keeps the water absolutely pure without the use of chemicals.
Our botanical spa is an idyllic haven of peace and tranquility.
Meadow Spa's reception & water bar, offering hot & cold infusions.
Five treatment rooms in Meadow Cottage offering a selection of treatments in partnership with award-winning, natural British brand, Aurelia Probiotic Skincare
New orchards planted at the edge of parkland to encourage wildlife, including heritage varietals, apples, pears and berries.
Five contemporary Garden Rooms situated in the landscaped Ox Barn terrace, each with a private garden.
Featuring a newly planted herb garden, cutting gardens & poly-tunnels to extend the seasons, the garden is productive all year round.
Home to our flocks of rarebreed Cotswold & Black Welsh Mountain Sheep, our free-range chickens & ducks.