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Eynsham Hall Hotel Oxford

Eynsham Hall Hotel Oxford

3 Stars

North Leigh Witney Oxfordshire OX29 6PN


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Rating criteria
Rating
Cleanliness 1.5
Facilities 3
Service 4
Location 4.5
Pricing 3
Overall 3.2
Eynsham Hall Hotel Oxford is designed for ultimate comfort and relaxation and is the ideal place for an enjoyable as well as a memorable holiday.

Location
Surrounded by 30 acres of beautiful gardens and parkland, Eynsham Hall Hotel is well located in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside enabling easy access to some of the attractions such as Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens, Cotswold Wildlife Park and Stratford upon Avon.

Rooms
Eynsham Hall Hotel offers 144 well furnished rooms with modern services such as hairdryer, radio and telephone, which are required to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

Restaurant
The Gun Room bar emphasizes Eynsham Hall's traditional past as a fine country manor where guests can linger over drinks and choose from a selection of dishes for lunch and dinner.

General
Eynsham Hall Hotel Oxford has a conference room that can accommodate up to 2000 delegates for hosting meetings, conferences, corporate retreats and many other special occasions. After a busy day, guests can release their stress at the gymnasium and unwind in the swimming pool, jacuzzi or sauna. At leisure wander through the garden or indulge in a game of tennis. Friendly staff at the reception is readily available to clear all your queries regarding the area attractions.

Additional Information

  • 5 km to the Train Station (Long Hanborogh)
  • 15 km to City Centre (Oxford)

Hotel Facilities

  • Ballroom
  • Conference Facilities
  • Faxing Facilities
  • Internet Access - Wireless
  • Lobby
  • Photocopying Facilities
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Dining Room
  • Garden
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Reception
  • Smoke Free Hotel
  • Tennis Court
  • Cafe
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Gym / Fitness Facilities
  • Laundry Services
  • Parking Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool - Indoor

Room Facilities

  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Radio
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Telephone
  • Hairdryer

Eynsham Hall Hotel Oxford Guest Reviews (31)


Eynsham Hall Hotel Oxford
3 out of 5

The Main Hall and the grounds are magnificent. Most, if not all, guest rooms, are in modern blocks in the grounds. Our 'double' room was minute and very basic. as far as we could see this the norm. The small double bed was situated against the wall, meaning one person had to climb over the other to get out of bed. Good fun 20 years ago.... Staff were fine and it was cheap.

disappointed of Derby wrote on July 15, 2012


Eynsham Hall Hotel Oxford
4 out of 5

let down by cramped bedroom, mould in shower and lack of towels. Cheap, but not cheerful!

disappointed of Derby wrote on July 15, 2012


Eynsham Hall Hotel Oxford
3.8 out of 5

A beautiful main building in a beautiful setting. Our room was unfortunately in a drab modern building a walk away from the main mansion. The room was basic. It is uplifting to go out into such beautiful grounds and it is uplifting to simply get out of the room. Breakfast in the main buiding was good. the location for tourism or recreation was great. Overall it is good value for money.

Alan Davis wrote on August 15, 2011


Eynsham Hall Hotel Oxford
4.4 out of 5

Beautiful English country country mansion set in acres of parkland near Witney. Very impressive and a super venue for a wedding etc. I booked a twin room which they seemed unable to provide. We had a mini suite, comprising of 2 rooms. One had a double bed (which was quite hard) and the other a double sofa bed with a very thin mattress. This seemed a bit mean especially thinking about how much we were paying for the privilege of staying there. Anyway, the breakfast was gorgeous and there was p lenty of it. A lovely buffet set out in a lovely oak-panelled room. There's a leisure centre which we didn;t have time to use. The pool isn't huge and would be crowded if a handful of people were in it. Overall impression of the place is very good and I would certainly stay there again - but NOT on a sofa bed!

Janine Lawrence wrote on July 13, 2010


Eynsham Hall Hotel Oxford
4.2 out of 5

We were looking for a nice country getaway for the weekend and this location and period building was just amazing. The hotel gardens and grounds were lovely and ideal for a relaxing evening stroll. We didn't book a table for the restaurant but had dinner at the bar. The food was very good and reasonably priced for the quality. The only disappointment was that the rooms themselves were not in the main building itself, and our room was quite small. To give you an idea, one side of the bed was wedged against the wall. There was a shower but no bath. However, the hotel does have a gym, pool and sauna. Though it was only open until 7:30. All in all it was a bargain for the nice location and the facilities. Especially since the full English/continental breakfast buffet was included in the price.

Anonymous wrote on July 1, 2010


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall3.2 out of 5
Cleanliness1.5 out of 5
Facilities3 out of 5
Service4 out of 5
Location4.5 out of 5
Pricing3 out of 5

Eynsham Hall Hotel Oxford Guest Reviews

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3 out of 5

The Main Hall and the grounds are magnificent. Most, if not all, guest rooms, are in modern blocks in the grounds. Our 'double' room was minute and very basic. as far as we could see this the norm. The small double bed was situated against the wall, meaning one person had to climb over the other to get out of bed. Good fun 20 years ago.... Staff were fine and it was cheap.

Review by: disappointed of Derby
Date stayed July 15, 2012

4 out of 5

let down by cramped bedroom, mould in shower and lack of towels. Cheap, but not cheerful!

Review by: disappointed of Derby
Date stayed July 15, 2012

3.8 out of 5

A beautiful main building in a beautiful setting. Our room was unfortunately in a drab modern building a walk away from the main mansion. The room was basic. It is uplifting to go out into such beautiful grounds and it is uplifting to simply get out of the room. Breakfast in the main buiding was good. the location for tourism or recreation was great. Overall it is good value for money.

Review by: Alan Davis
Date stayed August 15, 2011

4.4 out of 5

Beautiful English country country mansion set in acres of parkland near Witney. Very impressive and a super venue for a wedding etc. I booked a twin room which they seemed unable to provide. We had a mini suite, comprising of 2 rooms. One had a double bed (which was quite hard) and the other a double sofa bed with a very thin mattress. This seemed a bit mean especially thinking about how much we were paying for the privilege of staying there. Anyway, the breakfast was gorgeous and there was p lenty of it. A lovely buffet set out in a lovely oak-panelled room. There's a leisure centre which we didn;t have time to use. The pool isn't huge and would be crowded if a handful of people were in it. Overall impression of the place is very good and I would certainly stay there again - but NOT on a sofa bed!

Review by: Janine Lawrence
Date stayed July 13, 2010

4.2 out of 5

We were looking for a nice country getaway for the weekend and this location and period building was just amazing. The hotel gardens and grounds were lovely and ideal for a relaxing evening stroll. We didn't book a table for the restaurant but had dinner at the bar. The food was very good and reasonably priced for the quality. The only disappointment was that the rooms themselves were not in the main building itself, and our room was quite small. To give you an idea, one side of the bed was wedged against the wall. There was a shower but no bath. However, the hotel does have a gym, pool and sauna. Though it was only open until 7:30. All in all it was a bargain for the nice location and the facilities. Especially since the full English/continental breakfast buffet was included in the price.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed July 1, 2010

4.6 out of 5

Arriving at the hotel, we were impressed by the grand looking building and the interior certainly lived up to expectations. The service throughout was professional and friendly. We felt very welcome and comfortable. Only one bad point - coffee at breakfast was very weak and not good. The room itself was in the lodge and not the main building so the decor was not quite as grand but was clean and there was everything you needed. We even had a separate living room, small entrance hall and two bathrooms, like a small apartment! We had only booked a standard room and were not expecting this. We were travelling with our baby girl so it was absolutely perfect for our needs. Will definately stay again and recommend to friends.

Review by: Hannah Walsh
Date stayed June 17, 2010

4.6 out of 5

Friendly staff, good breakfast and nice location. Leisure facilities very modern.

Review by: Lavina Appasamy
Date stayed March 20, 2010

4.4 out of 5

Very nice hotel and great breakfast. Staff were very good and the place had a lot of charm. Set in a beautiful countryside setting.

Review by: Nicholas Tuohy
Date stayed November 18, 2009

3.4 out of 5

The rooms were quite small but comfortable. The food whilst a limited menu was very good.

Review by: Colin Huttley
Date stayed September 26, 2008

4.4 out of 5

Beautiful location but description "double room" is stretching the facts. Room in annex is tiny (think motel) and has a double bed pushed up against a wall. Obviously intended for single occupancy at conferences so if there are two occupants ask for a room in the hall (which I presume are larger). Very friendly and helpful staff though.

Review by: David Vernon
Date stayed September 24, 2008

3 out of 5

The rooms were a dissapointment and in desperate need of an update. For example, the extractor fan in the bathroom made so much noise when you switched the light on that it was painful! The bed was uncomfortable, the curtains were ripped and shabby, the Tv set was ancient. The room was small with a poor layout. Overall we flet very deflated when we arrived at our room and felt we would rather be in our own bed at home, not the break away that we looked forward to. On our last night we were charged £27 for a plate of sandwiches and cold potato wedges that we descovered were leftovers from a wedding reception in the hotel and they had already been paid for by the wedding party! On checking out of the hotel we were asked to pay a further £21 for bar food , when we had not spent that evening at the hotel. Overall very dissapointed and will not be staying here again or recommending this hotel. To end on a positive note, the hotel bar was very stylish and pleasant to relax in.

Review by: Philip Pooley Rachel Heavens
Date stayed September 10, 2008

4.6 out of 5

Lovely location, rooms are comfortable and away from the main hall. Breakfast was filling and in the main hall. Drinks in the main bar are expensive compared to pub prices. Overall very relaxing and enjoyable stay.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed September 3, 2008

4.2 out of 5

Although there's no guarantee to stay in the hall itself, the lodge and surrounding overflow accommodation does feel somewhat like student digs. However, all in all a very pleasant stay.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed September 3, 2008

4 out of 5

Rooms are clean although a bit small considering the price we paid. Beautiful surroundings and the best part of the hotel stay is the breakfast whereby the food was good and fresh. This is the first time I see my children thoroughly enjoyed English breakfast. Wonderfully quiet and restful. A bit outside Oxford so do need a car. Overall, a very enjoyable stay. Would recommend friends to stay there.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed June 4, 2008

3.4 out of 5

Wonderfully quiet and restful. A bit outside Oxford so do need a car. A very enjoyable stay. Would stay there again.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed May 14, 2008

4.4 out of 5

The bedrooms were quite poor for the full price, but downstairs was very good and the grounds were wonderful! The Annexe room (in the cottage) had only roof lights and a very low window - no view at all. Apparently the pool was very small, and there were only a few machines. We attended a wedding, and the Staff were very friendly, efficient and helpful.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed May 7, 2008

3.6 out of 5

More Training Centre than Hotel!!! First Annexe Double Room allocated was very very small. Second Room offered in another Annexe was supposed to be double but one side of bed against wall!! Pity because Main Building/Grounds/Food and staff very pleasant. Retired couple

Review by: Chris Goldby
Date stayed March 21, 2008

3.8 out of 5

Evening Menu good but a little limited and some of the food wasn't very warm. Wanted to use the swimming pool but my wife, who is a non-swimmer couldn't use it as it is resticted to swimmers. Otherwise lovely location and rooms OK

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed January 21, 2008

4.2 out of 5

Room was small with no bath, and dated. As you would expect for this kind of place. But the grounds are stunning,and at the price(cheaper than the nearby Travelodge!), represents excellent value for money. I would strongly recommend it to anyone.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed December 26, 2007

4.6 out of 5

This was a very nice stay. The setting is wonderful - it is like driving up to a house from Jane Austin movie. The restaurant is very good and not overly expensive. The room we had was clean and tidy, if not overly exciting. Overall though, this is an option well worth considering if staying near Oxford. You may need a car though - it is 10-15 minutes from the city centre.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed December 21, 2007

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