The Best Place
Today, what was once a retreat for the noble society, has been tastefully repurposed into a 19 room exquisite boutique hotel. All rooms, flooded with natural light, feature a charming mix of elegant furniture. The interiors still have historic touches to them, enlivened with a modern twist noticeable in details, colors, and overall feel of the property. The bedrooms are adorned with Victorian-era furniture that has been handpicked on leading auctions in the UK. A couple of the most notable are: Mallams Auctioneers – one of the oldest firm of auctioneers in Oxford that started in 1788; Moore Allen & Innocent, with deep roots dating back to 1845 and Dreweatts – another prominent UK auctioneer of Fine Art, Furniture, Sculpture, etc. established in 1759.
A team of Georgian and British architects and designers worked tirelessly to create Estate’s modern identity yet retain the traditional elegance and old-world charm. When it comes to the exterior, we completely restored the facade, brought back the authentic look, reinforcing the cultural and historical importance of the place.