Imposing wide gates in the high surrounding stone walls lead up to this graceful 15th century manor house that is Raymond Blancs renowned restaurant and hotel.The 27 acres of landscaped gardens and lawns include a three-acre kitchen garden; plus an authentic Japanese tea garden and another with a Malaysian theme.
The flagstone entrance hall leads into luxurious and comfortable lounges that are immaculately furnished with antiques, fine paintings and splendid flower arrangements all warmed in winter by open fires.
The theme continues in the individually decorated bedrooms, which provide every conceivable luxury; plus fresh fruit and flowers, Madeira and a daily newspaper. Some garden-wing rooms have their own private terrace; and the medieval dovecote is now a romantic honeymoon suite.
There are Jacuzzi and whirlpool baths in the magnificent bathrooms, not to mention huge towels, generous bathrobes and top-quality toiletries.
Housekeeping and service do justice to the surroundings as does the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the morning.
It goes without saying that a stay here wouldnt be complete without at least one meal in the excellent dining room.
Nearby: Golf; Riding; Historic Oxford
Restaurant - Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons
If seeking French food, this must be one of the best restaurants in the British Isles - but modern twists, to tempt the palate are also offered. A tented conservatory is the main dining area.
- Pleasantly Situated
- Dogs by Arrangement
- Free Parking
- Ideal for Businesses
- Number of rooms: 32
- Rooms, ensuite: 32
- Price (single room): from £380
- Price (double room): from £380 to £1,340 (for a top suite)
- Prices include breakfast
- Room Service: All Day
- Air conditioned
- DVD Facilities
- Banqueting, sit down, max: 24
- Conference, Theatre-style, max: 24
- Licensed for Civil Weddings
- Swimming Pool - outdoor
- Directions: from the A329, take the 2nd right to Great Milton Manor. The restaurant/hotel is 200 yards on the right.