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Welcome to Eynsham Hall

Address: North Leigh, Witney, OX29 6PN

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In 3,000 acres of beautiful parkland, in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside, this impressive Jacobean-style mansion boasts superb leisure facilities, including an indoor pool. On the edge of the Cotswolds, this grade II listed manor house is a 10-minute drive from Witney. Historic Oxford and its shops and colleges are 20 minutes’ drive and the Blenheim Palace is within 6 miles. The Cotswold Wildlife Park is a 20-minute drive away. Eynsham Hall’s reception lounge retains many period features, including a wooden floor and a stone fireplace. The Health and Fitness Club offers a state-of-the-art fitness studio and a sauna. Classic-style rooms are in the main house, whilst more modern rooms are in the scenic grounds. All rooms have a TV, free tea/coffee, free toiletries, and all have free WiFi. With log fires for the winter and a large terrace for the warmer months, the Gun Room is the Hall’s award-winning bar. It serves a varied menu, using fresh, seasonal produce.

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Blenheim Palace - Historical Houses

Blenheim Palace - Historical Houses

Distance 3.72 miles (5.95 km)
Blenheim Palace offers a wonderful day out for all the family. You will be inspired by the majesty of the Palace, with its carvings by Grinling Gibbons, delighted by the interior filled with treasures and intrigued by the apartments devoted to Sir Winston Churchill. There are gardens in a variety of styles; lakes to row on, an adventure play area for children and even a narrow-gauge railway to take you from car park to the Palace. Blenheim Palace was built for the National Hero John 1st Duke of Marlborough and his Duchess Sarah, given by Queen Anne as a gift in reward for his military services. The palace was built between 1705 and 1722. The Park and Gardens at Blenheim provide a majestic formal setting for the Palace.

Blenheim Palace - Historical Houses

Blenheim Palace - Historical Houses

Distance 3.92 miles (6.26 km)
Blenheim Palace offers a wonderful day out for all the family. You will be inspired by the majesty of the Palace, with its carvings by Grinling Gibbons, delighted by the interior filled with treasures and intrigued by the apartments devoted to Sir Winston Churchill. There are gardens in a variety of styles; lakes to row on, an adventure play area for children and even a narrow-gauge railway to take you from car park to the Palace. Blenheim Palace was built for the National Hero John 1st Duke of Marlborough and his Duchess Sarah, given by Queen Anne as a gift in reward for his military services. The palace was built between 1705 and 1722. The Park and Gardens at Blenheim provide a majestic formal setting for the Palace.

Standlake Arena - Standlake - Racecourse

Standlake Arena - Standlake - Racecourse

Distance 4.84 miles (7.75 km)
There has been racing at Standlake since 1972 and it originally started off as a dirt track. In April 1983 the Hook family took over the promotion of it and are still running it today. After the first meeting the decision was taken to concrete the bends and later on that season the straights were done. The promotion of the Track changed hands in the mid 90's from Mike Hook (who is on the PA on race days), to his son Keith. The track originally had a ditch running around the outside and although it was fairly popular amongst racers, the decision was taken in 1995 to replace the ditch with the current Armco barrier. The following winter the race control building was moved from what is now the back straight to its current location, giving the track its current layout.