The hotel and private members’ club is set in a Grade-II listed landmark house on a 60-acre Oxfordshire estate, surrounded by over 3,000 acres of beautiful parkland and gardens.
The former Eynsham Hall re-opened in September 2023 and has been transformed into a magnificent retreat with 108 rooms, suites and cottages across the main house, the Stables and Walled Garden, four restaurants, gym and spa.
The dining experience boasts that exclusive experience. The Billiards Room, offers traditional Chinese feasting; The Brasserie with its all-day dining space serves a menu of seasonal favourites, from Oxford cheddar soufflé and Alaskan king crab, to roasted heirloom cauliflower and beef Wellington. The Glasshouse restaurant’s menu is all about sharing, with family-style dining while The Living Room serves all kinds of crowd-pleasing delights, from the perfect Martini to retro favourites, plus vintage wines and specially selected spirits.
For those looking for that health and wellness retreat Estelle Manor is set to open its 3,000 square meter Eynsham Baths complete with a tepidarium bathing hall, five pools, a lounge, ten treatment rooms including couples’ suites, and thermal cabins.
Its onsite retail store, The Muse, is a must for anyone who wishes to take the Estelle Manor experience home.
If you want your retreat to be more exclusive then the annual membership fee, which is £3,600 a year or £1,750 for those under 33, provides a range of benefits and gives access to members-only areas including the lounge, café and study in the Manor House as well as the members terrace.
Estelle Manor is a sister property to the exclusive London private members club Maison Estelle, which has been developed by Sharan Pasricha, the founder of Ennismore.