Eynsham Hall3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Had a nice night here in October. The grounds are lovely and the main house itself was extremely nice and just as the pictures show. There is a separate building to the side with rooms. We booked a budget deal through Hotels.com so had no complaints about the room being there and not at the main house. Nice bed with a really good bathroom and shower. All looked clean and tidy and we had a good nights sleep. The Bar was good in the main house and they poured a lovely pint. £10 Taxi ride each way from Witney center for a night out. We booked this through the Hotel and was the best value compared with prices at the taxi rank. Definitely recommend this Hotel.
Stayed the night due to working in the area, booked a double on hotels.com for a bargain £63 but I realise it is perhaps ‘ low season’ and as such was a gift ! On arrival the main buildings are breathtaking, just truly spectacular, must be a grade 1 listed building! My bedroom was in the annex! ( oh no !?) although a short stroll away it became clear that the annex had in fact been recently refurbished although the choice of carpet in the corridor is very strange, imagine a huge amount of bleach spilt in a circular motion on a sky blue carpet! The bedroom was fab, the furniture and fittings without doubt are John Lewis’s latest modern offerings featuring a very slick narrow oval desk with slim retro angled legs, comfy double bed, the ensuite was very nice with good shower pressure, modern fittings and fab flooring. I chose to eat in the bar, all staff were extremely polite and highly organised, the house burger was very tasty. Would definitely stay again for business or pleasure
We stayed here as it was close to the wedding venue we were invited to and we were disappointed with what we paid for. The best thing about the hotel was the evening bar which had nice staff and a nice atmosphere. The grounds were also lovely to walk through. However, our room was the smallest hotel room I have ever seen, out dated and definitely overpriced. Music from a wedding on site on one of the nights during our stay was very loud and you could hear this in our room until gone midnight. We complained to the reception staff who understood and discounted our stay. I wouldn't recommend this hotel to stay over in, but a day visit would be fine.
We visited for an autumn break for just the two of us for a change. I had inadvertently booked a "cosy double" which was "cosy" to say the least so we immediately upgraded to a larger room in the main building which was magnificent. The biggest,. fluffiest bath towels you could imagine plus bathrobes and every conceivable other luxury. We also had a great view of the grounds. On the first night we had a bar snack in the Gun Room which was superb although the "Bloody Mary" was a little pricey. On Monday afternoon we availed ourselves of the leisure centre facilities which are very user friendly and were very quiet. On the second night we ate in the posh restaurant and enjoyed another great meal. The hotel is in a wonderful setting and only about 10 minutes from Blenheim Palace which we also visited. Without exception the staff were not only very helpful but also most pleasant. It was a great stay and we cannot wait to return. Highly recommended.
We organised an away day for our local church. The booking team were very helpful prior to the date and accommodated our dietary requests. The meeting took place in the Lacey room, a delightful wood panelled room. Things weren't quite ready when we arrived but were rectified politely and with a smile. Things only got better from then on. The Gun Room manager for the day -Majec took charge of the timings for our meals and snacks, reserved places for us in the Gun room and was on hand to answer any queries. The food itself from the Gun room was average. It was a beautiful day in October and we were able to enjoy the considerable grounds. All in all we had a great day away and would not hesitate to recommend the venue.
From the outside it looked very grand, inside was pleasant, could do with a lift and more toilets on the ground floor, breakfast was nice, could do with more selection for the breakfast cereal, staff polite, friendly and helpful
we had Saturday afternoon tea here. cost was £90 for 4 of us! It was all nice food and drinks (unfortunately there was a hair in one of the cups). We had to go and find a member of staff to ask for another pot of tea and fresh cup as it appeared they were all preoccupied with the wedding reception that was going on.. lovely hall and probably fantastic for a wedding reception. probably a lovely place to visit when there is no wedding on too...
We stayed at the hotel for a wedding that took place there. A beautiful place in a picturesque setting. The room was well designed with attractive furnishings. Very luxurious and comfortable. The only thing to improve would be to have more shelfing space for toiletries etc in the bathroom.
Stayed last night charming young ladies on reception, grounds and interior lovely. Very comfortable bed and quiet. Only downside was breakfast cold plates and food.Surly waitress asked us for tea and coffee choice but not type of egg. Made our own toast which was charcoal, but least it was warm. No choice of milk available. I complained to reception who asked if I wanted to speak to manager, on reflection probably should of done.
The rooms in the main hall are great. But the new rooms were tiny, far too small for those prices. Booking was also a pain as the hotel has a "one bride policy" apparently. Our group were going to a wedding but not at Enysham. Staff on site were fine with us being there but the bookings people were cold and hostile about prospect of, heaven forbid(!) two brides being on site at once! Nice place but bookings staff need to be a lot friendly and more flexible and the pricing needs to change, the outside rooms are smaller than most student dorms.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Indoor pool
Located in North Leigh, Eynsham Hall is 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Oxford Bus Museum and within a 10-minute drive of West Witney Sports and Social Club. This 116-room, 3-star hotel has an indoor pool along with free in-room WiFi and free self parking. It's in the historical district and also within a 15-minute drive of Blenheim Palace.
This hotel serves as home to a bar, along with a restaurant that specializes in international cuisine. Start each morning off right with buffet breakfast served for a fee.
All 116 individually decorated rooms provide coffee makers, phones, and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries.
At Eynsham Hall, guests enjoy features like an indoor pool, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include 40 meeting rooms, coffee/tea in a common area, and free newspapers.
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55% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1392 reviews