Eynsham Hall is located at A4095, North Leigh, Witney OX29 6PN, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Eynsham Hall and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Catrina Demolder

5 Google Rating

Everything about this place comes highly recommended. Rooms had very comfortable beds, tea's, coffee

5/ 5

Everything about this place comes highly recommended. Rooms had very comfortable beds, tea's, coffee, the most gorgeous views. The food was absolutely excellent. We had lunch, dinner and afternoon tea. Service was first class. There were two staff we did not get the name of.. our waitress for dinner and our waiter for afternoon tea. Both were very attentive. Brilliant cocktails from the bar and made by Dan. Dan and the manager Shaun took the time to make our stay very memorable especially to my mother in law who was born at the Hall when it was a maternity hospital during the war. If you want complete relaxation with gorgeous views and fantastic food and drinks, this is the place.

Jonathan Hollocombe

4 Google Rating

Attractive and spacious venue which worked well for the wedding reception I attended there. Even wit

4/ 5

Attractive and spacious venue which worked well for the wedding reception I attended there. Even with the fairly terrible weather we had there was still plenty of space for everyone inside. The staff were friendly and efficacious and the rooms were large, clean and comfortable.

Alex Thepalex

4 Google Rating

A great place to go to get that walk in the countryside feeling while never being too far from your

4/ 5

A great place to go to get that walk in the countryside feeling while never being too far from your car or the amenities. We did the long loop and really enjoyed it.

Asif Malik

3 Google Rating

Good place to stay. The rooms are a bit old but perfect if you aren’t spending too much time indoo

3/ 5

Good place to stay. The rooms are a bit old but perfect if you aren’t spending too much time indoors.

Linda Orton

5 Google Rating

Had a brilliant night at Eynsham Hall for our Christmas party. Beautiful venue, great food & very fr

5/ 5

Had a brilliant night at Eynsham Hall for our Christmas party. Beautiful venue, great food & very friendly staff (especially barman Will!!) As we were a large party we had our own private room right next door to the disco room which was great. It’s our second year of going here & I’d definitely go again, and recommend to others.

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