Weston Manor House is a 15th or early 16th century building, built for Osney Abbey’s bailiff. It was built within a 13th century moat, two sides of which survived until they were filled in. The house was re-fronted in the 16th century and entrance hall has a Tudor fireplace from about this period. In 1665 the house was assessed at 20 hearths for Charles II’s Hearth Tax. The paneling of the drawing room dates from the reign of William III and Mary II just before the end of the 17th century. In about 1780 the 16th-century great hall was renovated with a timber roof frame and linenfold paneling transferred from Notley in Buckinghamshire. The 16th century front was replaced in about 1820 and the Hon Rev FA Bertie had the house altered and renovated in 1851.
Weston Manor is now a hotel. The house has been a home right up to 1946 when it transformed into a Hotel that you see today. Over the years it has seen many different owners, but the main aim has been to host quests and give them the best experience they could wish for.
The Manor over the last two years has been given a well-deserved renovation to restore the original features and bring in the modern luxury we all expect and deserve in a 5* hotel.We can cater for dinners, lunches, bar food, conferences, weddings, and any gatherings you so desire. If the Hotel is too small to cater for the number of guests, we can provide outside facilities in a luxurious marquis that can hold up to 400 guests.
Telephone - 01869 350621
Events direct line 07563 525446
Website - www.themanorweston.com
Facebook - www.facebook.com/ManorWeston/
Northampton RoadWeston-on-the-Green Bicester OX25 3QL