Heythrop Park Resort, Enstone, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX7 5UE
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Heythrop Park Resort, Enstone, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX7 5UE
Set in 440 acres of Oxfordshire countryside, Heythrop Park Resort provides the perfect setting for a magical escape. Heythrop Park Resort has 358 bedrooms across the resort, a total of 29 meeting rooms, a theatre and a Ballroom. The resort also has an 18-hole golf course, a 20m indoor pool, a Spa & Health Club and a huge marquee!
What makes a stay at Heythrop Park Resort unique?
The Resort is renowned for its uniqueness, great customer service and guests love the history and elegance of the Manor House combined with the modern touch in the Resort Wing. The property offers the Brassey Restaurant, Brassey bar & Charlbury bar, 18 hole golf course, a footgolf course, health club and spa. During half term breaks the resort offers a schedule of activities for children including movie time and cookie decorating, The Resort offers jogging routes, tennis courts & bike hire it also has a range of beautiful historic areas and nature trails for you to explore.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Heythrop Park Resort?
With 358 bedrooms across the resort, the Resort wing has 197 modern bedrooms, a combination of Standard, Executive and suites complete with modern technology and temperature control. The Manor House at the heart of Heythrop has 17 character bedrooms overlooking the 440 acre estate, whilst the accommodation wings of the manor house include a further 144 modern bedrooms. The Resort has over 60 family rooms making it a perfect option for quality family breaks or getaways with friends.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Oxford area?
Enstone is a lovely little village close to wonderful local attractions: Blenheim Palace, Oxford, The Cotswolds, Stratford upon Avon, Warwick Castle and Bicester Designer Outlet Village.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Resort has a restaurant, 2 bars and a lounge. If the guests wish to venture into the local village, there are two wonderful pubs to choose from.
Heythrop Park Resort is part of the following Inspirations:
"Batsford Arboretum, Gloucestershire
Home to the country’s largest private collection of trees and shrubs, Batsford is a glorious place to visit in May, when the spring flowering bulbs are in full swing. The collection here is truly international but has a Far Eastern bent and the arboretum has held the national collection of Japanese Flowering Cherries since 2002 - a sight to behold. In spring, aconites, hellebores, daffodils and narcissi are still in bloom and flowering cherries repaint the landscape to glorious effect. Look out for swathes of wild garlic, shady glades of bluebells and grape hyacinths plus the stunning pocket handkerchief tree, Davidia.
WHERE TO STAY
Crowne Plaza Heythrop Park – Oxford, just outside Chipping Norton places you ten miles from the arboretum and close to all the other Cotswolds hotspots."
"Right in the heart of a 21st-century spa resort and more than 400 acres of beautiful countryside is this 18th-century house featuring some very special bedrooms with four-poster beds and romantic elegance. The public areas of the hotel take you into an age of authentic historic splendour: sitting surrounded by powder-blue decor and massed candelabras, you could be forgiven for thinking you are in Versailles rather than Oxfordshire. And if you’re overcome by the excitement of it all, there are pampering relaxations on offer in the nearby spa."
Information on Heythrop Park Resort hotel , Heythrop Park Resort , Enstone , Oxford
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: A mix of country house rooms and more modern contemporary rooms
|Room rates guide:||
Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Amex, Delta, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Solo, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: No
Romantic Details: suites available
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Direct dial telephone, Flat screen TV, Wi-Fi / Wireless available, Internet access, Airconditioning/Fans in the Resort Wing, Bathroom & Laundry service, Tea & coffee making facilities
Gardens, grounds & parkland, Health club & spa, Indoor swimming pool, Sauna & steam room, Treatment rooms, State-of-the-art gym, Bar, lounge, Restaurant, Asian Weddings, Wedding receptions, Civil ceremony licence, Conference facilities, Conference Facilities for hire, Heli-pad, Permanent Marquee
Billiards room, Activity programme from Cake decorating to Movie nights
|Outdoor activities on site:||
18-hole championship golf course, Tennis Courts available, Footgolf UK for all the family, Adventure playground, Bikes for hire, 440 acres of grounds to explore, Jogging trails and maps available
|Local directions:||From the M40 Northbound: Leave the motorway at Junction 8 (signposted Oxford) and join the A40. Continue along this dual carriageway and at the first roundabout take the third exit and continue North along the A40. Continue straight across the next roundabout and at the next roundabout turn right onto the A44 (signposted Woodstock, Evesham). Continue along this road, ( passing under the A34 and through Woodstock) for approximately 12 miles to the village of Enstone. After passing a petrol station on the left continue through the village for 1/2 mile. At the bottom of the hill turn right at the Harrow Public House into “The Drive” to the crossroads and the entrance to Heythrop Park will be seen immediately facing you. From the M40 Southbound: Leave the motorway at Junction 11 (signposted Banbury) and continue towards Banbury. After crossing over the next two roundabouts at the third roundabout take the first exit left onto the A361 to Chipping Norton. Continue through a series of traffic lights and straight across the next roundabout (Banbury Cross). After a short distance turn right at the traffic lights (signposted A361 Bloxham) and continue along the A361, passing through the villages of Bloxham and South Newington, for approximately 11 miles. Do not take the first road signposted to Heythrop Park but continue to the roundabout (next to the Little Chef ) take the first exit onto the A3400 (signposted Enstone, Woodstock (A44). Continue along this road (which after 1 mile becomes the A44) for 4 miles to the village of Enstone fork left onto the B4030. Continue along this road for about 250 yards and the entrance to Heythrop Park will be seen set back off the road on the left hand side.|
Nearest major city:
Nearest major airport:
Nearest railway stn:
Oxford (15 miles) (25 hours, 30 mins)
London Heathrow (70 miles) (1 hour, 50 mins) , Birmingham (24.4 miles) (1 hour, 17 mins)
Charlbury (5 miles) (10 mins)
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