Renovated in 2007, this former manor house dates back to 1654 and features adjoining thatched cottages. The hotel offers a warm welcome with 32 bedrooms, including two four-poster suites and 3 deluxe rooms in the 17th century wing. There is a tasteful extension at the rear of the hotel offering modern rooms. Food is served in the Inglenook restaurant with its large stone fireplace and original beams. Drinks and snacks can be taken in the comfortable lounge bar in front of the wood burning fire. Further facilities at the hotel include a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out services, hotel safe, TV-room, conference facilities, Internet access, room and laundry services and a car park.
All of the bedrooms offer modern comforts and those located in the 17th century wing offer further charm and character with original features. The rooms feature en suite bathrooms with hairdryers. They also come with direct dial telephone, satellite/ cable TV, radio, Internet access, tea and coffee making facilities, an iron and ironing board, central heating and a terrace. The rooms feature either double or king-sized beds. Some of the rooms in the modern extension have complimentary wi-fi Internet access.
Golf enthusiasts will enjoy the Rye Hill course in the nearby town of Banbury.