Eynsham Hall

eynsham hall

One of Oxfordshire’s great country houses, Eynsham Hall was originally erected by wealthy local landowner Willoughby Lacey in the early 1700s.

Enclosing a huge section of his land, Lacey chose to create the ultimate space for entertaining guests and to pursue the popular outdoor sports of the day. Originally very typically Georgian, with Greek-style columns and an ostentatious interior, Eynsham was re-built in 1908 by architect Sir Ernest George who specialised in Elizabethan style buildings.

Now, set in almost 3,000 acres of rolling parkland in the heart of the breathtaking Oxfordshire countryside, Eynsham Hall offers stately charm, without the stuffiness, uniquely mixing period features with a twist of modern design. With 134 bedrooms, the 34 Main Hall rooms showcase the best features of the building, while the cosy rooms in the grounds also maintain this luxurious, yet contemporary, styled identity. You’d be hard pressed to find a better location, with the hotel situated just 12 miles from Oxford. You can find out more about the rooms here.

Eynsham HallOccupying what was once the Mason family’s billiard room, the Brasserie restaurant at Eynsham prides itself on uncomplicated, unrushed, authentic seasonal British food, with head chef Kurt Giger focusing on sourcing ingredients from local suppliers and farms. Guests can also enjoy afternoon tea of delicious treats, sweet and savoury. You can read more about the menus, and seasonal offers by clicking here.

Eynsham Hall is also a wonderful location for your wedding. The location offers the perfect setting for the sort of wedding that dreams are made of. There are a number of Wedding Fairs and Open Days throughout the year, to allow you to get a feel for the place. You can see the dates here. You can also read some of their testimonials here. If you are unable to make the dates of the fairs and open days, but wish to find out more, please get in touch with the Wedding Specialist, Lisa  Marie Gardner on 01993 885201.

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