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Discover a Hidden Treasure - Situated in an oasis of tranquillity, Eynsham Hall is a distinctly different and independently managed hotel. Discover this fine Jacobean grade II listed house amongst 3,000 acres of some of Oxfordshire's finest parkland. At Eynsham Hall, your comfort is our highest priority and we do all we can to make sure that you have everything you need. Eynsham Hall provides a choice of accommodation options, from 34 boutique style rooms located in the Main Hall, or 101 cosy bedrooms in our Court, Lodge or Cottage buildings provide a perfect base to explore the area.

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Free WiFi

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Facilities & Information

Summary

Child Friendly

Dog/Pet friendly

4 Star Official Rating

Facilities

Free broadband access (wifi)

Gym

Swimming pool

Spa

Activities, Recreations, Games, Sports

Cinema

Awards / Descriptions

Conference & Meetings

Civil Licences

Television

Health & Beauty Treatments

Heli-pads, Private Airfields

Sauna

Wedding Receptions, Civil Licenses

Yoga/Pilates

Recreations

Gardens

Extra info

Nearest Airport: Gloucestershire Airport

Nearest Train Station: Hanborough Station

Nearest Railway Time: 8 minutes

Nearest Railway Distance: 3

Star Rating: 4

Vendor Accreditation: AA Hotel Services – Recognising excellence for accommodation

Amex: Yes

Delta: Yes

Mastercard: Yes

MaestroSwitch: Yes

Visa: Yes

Number of rooms: 101

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01993885203
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North Leigh, Witney, Oxfordshire, WitneyOX29 6PN, United Kingdom

From The East Leave the M40 at Junction 8, following the signs for A40 to Cheltenham. At the Green Road Roundabout (McDonalds is on the left) take the third exit to Cheltenham on the A40. Continue straight on over the next two roundabouts still following the signs for Cheltenham. After about 5 miles go straight over the third roundabout and half a mile past this turn right to Freeland (opposite the Beefeater Inn called the Evenlode). Carry on for approximately one mile and take the first left. At the T junction turn right and continue to the next T junction, turning left onto the A4095. Eynsham Hall is on the left hand side around half a mile along this road. From The South Take the A34 which bypasses OXFORD. Leave the A34 at the Peartree Interchange junction and take the A44, heading towards Stratford, Woodstock and Blenheim Palace. Stay on the A44 and go over 3 roundabouts and at the 4th roundabout turn left onto the A4095, sign posted Witney. Heading towards Witney you will pass through Bladon and Long Hanborough and after approximately 5 miles you will see the North Leigh Garden Centre on your right. The Entrance to EYNSHAM HALL is on your left, opposite the turning to NORTH LEIGH, indicated by a large florescent road sign. From The North East Leave the M1 at the exit 15A (Rothersthorpe services) take the A43 to Oxford. You will pass through, Towcester, Silverstone, Syresham. At Brackley follow the signs to M40. At the M40 interchange, take the 2nd exit, sign posted London / Oxford to join the Motorway. At junction 9 (Wendlebury Interchange) take the A34 South for approx 6 miles and exit at the Peartree Interchange. Take the A44 to Blenheim Palace. Stay on the A44 and go over 3 roundabouts, and at the 4th roundabout turn left onto the A4095, sign posted Witney. Heading towards Witney you will pass through Bladon and Long Hanborough, and after approximately 5 miles you will see the North Leigh Garden Centre on your right. The Entrance to EYNSHAM HALL is on your left, opposite the turning to NORTH LEIGH, indicated by a large florescent road sign.

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| 31/08/2016

My husband went to police training school here so as a surprise I booked a trip down memory lane......had an excellent stay, the room in the hall was beautifully furnished with the countryside view, clean with lovely toiletries. Lovely welcoming touch with the radio playing when we entered. A special thank you for the one pint of milk in the fridge which as a tea drinker is far better then the little cartons. Breakfast was excellent and the staff during breakfast were attentive but not intrusive. Check in/out was efficient. wouldn't consider co...

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| 30/08/2016

We stayed twice over the past month. Once mid month and again during the past Bank Holiday long weekend. We chose the lodge rooms, they are comfy and provide a lovely view of the grounds. The staff are very good, in particular our recent stay, when we ate lunch with family. The bar staff are very friendly and accommodating, providing service with a smile. My husband used the gym facilities, which are very convenient to have onsite. This is one of our favourite properties to stay, especially due to the beautiful grounds and lovely buildi...

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| 23/08/2016

Eynsham hall really provides an aristocratic country flavor. The entrance hall is imprecise as well as the overall complex. The restaurant is quite romantic and service performance has been strong. There has been a mixed vote in our family wrt quality of food though. The closest village nearby Witney however offers a variety of nice restaurants.

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| 16/08/2016

The main hall is impressive, the reception staff were all really efficient and helpful, especially Amy and Gemma. We stayed in "The Cottage" to the side of the hall; the room was fine, clean with a large double bed and ample room for two cots which the hotel provided. No stairs either which was perfect with our twin buggy. There was an area in the hallway were buggies and carseats could be left if you were upstairs. The shower was powerful although the hairdryer wasn't, so take your own. The breakfast was lovely, and again the staff were accomm...

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