Hotel Conference & Wedding Venue in Witney, Oxfordshire
Nestled deep in the Oxfordshire countryside, Eynsham Hall provides a breathtaking blend of elegant period features with a twist of modern design, and offers guests a stay they will never forget.
From the cutting edge design featured in the award winning bar to the sweeping Jacobean-style staircase that dominates the reception area, every turn offers something new to discover.
Surrounded by over 3,000 acres of rolling parklands and manicured gardens, the Hall provides the ultimate retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life, only a few minutes from the centre of Oxford.
View a stunning drone capture video of Eynsham Hall taken in Summer 2015:
Perfect for Conferences and Meetings
Eynsham Hall is perfectly placed to meet the needs of the business market. Purpose built facilities cater exclusively for the needs of our business guests, and the Hall’s unique setting, coupled with it’s close proximity to Oxford, London and major transport links, Eynsham Hall provides the ideal venue to host conferences, meetings or away-days.
Licenced Wedding Venue
As one of Oxfordshire’s most popular venues, Eynsham Hall offers the perfect location for a romantic wedding. A number of rooms within the Hall are licensed for civil marriage and partnership ceremonies, and there is a choice of options available, both inside and out, for an unforgettable reception.
Celebrate Christmas and New Year with us
A magnificent country house setting. A relaxing drink with friends in front of an open fire. Excellent food in elegant dining rooms with fine wines to match. Where better to spend Christmas than at Eynsham Hall?
Accommodation for Business or Pleasure
Eynsham Hall offers guests a tranquil and relaxing base. Whether you are looking for a destination hotel or simply need somewhere convenient and well equipped for a business stay, the many sides of Eynsham Hall offer the ideal solution
Wine and Dine
Enjoy dinner in our newly refurbished Brasserie which features bespoke banquette seating with industrial copper accents – a nod to the Mason family, who built the Hall in 1908 and made their fortune from copper mining. A warm glow from bespoke lamps creates a welcoming and homely atmosphere in a room that was originally designed for highly competitive family snooker tournaments. The food is uncomplicated and unrushed. The menu features seasonal British food, sourced from local farms and suppliers, including pork from nearby Kelsmcott Farm and cheeses and chutneys from local artisan producers.