The Manor has been the showpiece of the lovely village of Weston-on-the-Green, six miles from Oxford, since the 11th century. The beautiful old historic house has been sympathetically restored retaining its fine architectural features and historic charm.
The charming bedrooms offer guests every modern convenience; many of them retain antique furniture and all have garden views, luxury toiletries and sumptuous beds. The medieval Baron’s Hall, with its vaulted ceiling and original linen fold oak panelling, is a marvellously dramatic setting for the traditional and modern English cuisine made from the finest seasonal ingredients. Dinner can also be taken in the Georgian Drawing Room, in Bertie’s Cockail Bar (where you can sample the local Weston cider, in addition to a huge variety of other drinks), on the Topiary Terrace in fine weather, or in your room for a private evening in.
Facilities include a well-kept croquet lawn, tennis courts and an outdoor heated swimming pool. It’s also a joy to borrow some wellies and walk around the well-tended gardens and grounds, stopping for a pint in The Black Sheep, Weston-on-the-Green’s local pub just five minutes from the front door. A little further afield, the Manor is only five minutes from Bicester Village shopping, Blenheim Palace and Kirtlington Park Polo Club, as well as being within easy reach of Oxford and the beauty of The Cotswolds.
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