Eynsham Hall is a Grade II listed ‘Jacobean’ mansion near North Leigh in Oxfordshire, England. The original house dating from the 1770s was largely rebuilt in the early 20th century by Ernest George. The Grade II-listed Hall resides in a 60-acre estate that is surrounded by 3,000 acres of parkland.
The main hall and grounds were converted into a hotel and conference centre in 2005.
C2J were appointed as lead architects by the Ennismore Group to redevelop the existing hotel complex and develop the new modern phase ‘East Side’ accommodation wings, guest & staff facilities. The East Side Development works included 108 guest rooms across the manor house, walled garden, and stables, each with defining vintage furnishings and warm lighting designed by renowned New York based interior designers Roman Williams.
C2J were also appointed as main planning consultants for the entire Eynsham Hall Development which includes works to the ‘West Side’ of the site principally: A new 3000sqm ‘Roman Style’ Spa building and a series of Woodland Cottages.
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