Estelle Manor | Oxfordshire

Estelle Manor | Oxfordshire, England

The DNA: Previously Eynsham Hall, Estelle Manor is a Grade II listed and is located near North Leigh in Oxfordshire. Built in 1780 as a Georgian house, it was demolished in 1904 and rebuilt as a Jacobean style mansion in 1906-1908 by Ernest George for the Mason family who took up residence in 1866. During World War II a section of Eynsham Hall was used as a maternity ward for expectant mothers evacuated from London. Referred to as the “flak shack”, it was also used for rest and relaxation (R & R) by the U.S. Army Air Corps officers. From 1946 the site was used as a Police training centre by the Home Office. The hotel has now been completely revamped by Ennismore (owner of The Hoxton hotels and the Gleneagles Hotel in Scotland) into a hotel/members club, with fabulous interiors, new restaurants, and a Riviera-style outdoor pool. A new spa is in the making.

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✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 108 rooms, suites & cottages (20-90m2) (215-970 sq ft) • hotel opened: May 2023 • interior design: Romand and Williams, Olivia Weström, Ennismore Design Studio ✅ free on-site parking • pets allowed • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible

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