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Eynsham Hall
Conference and Training Centre
North Leigh

Witney
Oxfordshire

OX29 6PN | View map

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Set in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside, Eynsham Hall is a Grade II listed manor house nestled in 3,000 acres of beautiful gardens and parkland close to Witney in The Cotswolds, ideally located for visiting the university city of Oxford, which is only 12 miles away. The Hall retains many of its period features, complemented by refurbished reception rooms in a style that provides an elegant, contemporary twist. This fine Jacobean-style mansion has a long tradition of hospitality, fabulous service and exceptional levels of quality to ensure both business and leisure guests have a wonderful stay.There is a choice of accommodation, with traditional style rooms in the main Hall and more modern furnishings in The Eynsham Court or Lodge Buildings. All rooms in The Court benefit from complimentary wireless internet access. All rooms are equipped with telephone, television, tea & coffee making facilities, and complimentary toiletries. Guests are guaranteed a pleasant and relaxing rest at Eynsham Hall because the location is perfectly situated for a quiet retreat. Guests are free to enjoy the leisure facilities available at Eynsham Hall.

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