Heythrop Park Resort Health & Leisure - Oxford | Spas | Britain's Finest

WELCOME

If you have a photo of this property please Contact us

Website

Heythrop Park Resort Health & Leisure

Submit Review
Heythrop Park was built in the early 18th Century and oozes historic charm. Designed by Thomas Archer you will observe many Roman inspired features and this building is brilliantly appointed, taking full advantage of the stunning panoramic views. The superb spa at Heythrop Park is new to October 2009, and you should prepare to be amazed. The treatment rooms are divine and the experienced team of beauty therapists will work wonders as they perform your chosen treatments. The spa facilities are outstanding and you will feel totally contented as you relax in the sauna and steam rooms or take a gentle swim in the large indoor heated pool. For those who are looking for a decent work out, look no further than this fantastic gymnasium, fully equipped with all the latest equipment. Keen golfers are also in luck as there is a course on site, which opened September 2009 and took ten years to create

Top Facilities

Yoga/Pilates

Treatment Rooms

Facilities & Information

Summary

Child Friendly

Facilities

Gym

Swimming pool

Body Scrubs & Wraps

Facials

Fitness Classes

Massages

Salon

Sauna

Steam Rooms

Treatment Rooms

Yoga/Pilates

Product Houses

Extra info

Amex: Yes

Delta: Yes

Mastercard: Yes

MaestroSwitch: Yes

Visa: Yes

Directions

01608 673488
Get directions

Enstone, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OxfordOX7 5UF, United Kingdom

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.

This website uses cookies. Click here to read our Privacy Policy.
If that’s okay with you, just keep browsing. CLOSE