We are pleased to welcome our newest Landed Houses property, Oxon Hoath in Hadlow, Kent. The Oxon Hoath Estate comprises a magnificent ancient Manor House set in 73 acres of gardens and parklands complete with a private lake, hidden dells and secret gardens. 600 years ago the Estate was home to the Kingdom’s oxen and deer and has also been home to 11 Knights of the realm throughout its history. The house is family-run and has never been owned by a corporation in its time, which is why it retains the warm feeling of a grand family home.
This house has hosted many big corporate names in its conference facilities such as the BBC, Reuters, News International, Mazda and the Oxford University Press. It also plays host to weddings and parties for which you are allowed to roam the entire house and grounds as if it were your own. They’ll also help you arrange your special day.
Oxon Hoath has 28 elegant bedrooms most with views of the grounds and can sleep up to 50 people either self-catering or fully catered. Accommodation is available for a minimum of two nights (one night for corporate events).
What makes Oxon Hoath unique is not only it’s impressive historic Manor House and acres of majestic gardens, but also it’s wide range of classes and treatments. If it’s a treatment you’re after you can choose from a large number of different options including aromatherapy, massage, organic spa facials, Indian head massage, reflexology, shiatsu, emotional freedom technique, hypnotherapy and zero balancing. If day classes and courses are more your thing, then you’ll be able to choose from yoga, meditation, tai chi, dance, stress management, energy medicine, change your life, astrology, sound healing, nutrition and oriental belly dance to name but a few.
Accommodation prices vary at different times of the year and range from £76-£99* per person, per 24 hours full board (much less for self-catering!). Courses and treatments are priced separately. Visit the Landed Houses Oxon Hoath page to find out more and contact the landlord.
*Prices correct at time of publication.