Charney Manor is an idyllic and peaceful retreat set in the Oxfordshire countryside. Some parts of the manor house date back to the thirteenth century, and it is regarded as a haven of tranquillity where people from across the country can come for reflection, renewal and relaxation. With its refurbished and comfortable rooms, tempting meals and delightful grounds, Charney Manor provides a warm welcome to its guests throughout the year.The manor house has a range of facilities and is available for conferences, group retreats and training events. These can either be for a single day visit or can be spread over several days. The manor itself has the ability to sleep 35 residents comfortably. All groups will be catered for by special arrangement.
For meetings, workshops, seminars, conferences and significant events, we have two large beautiful and historic rooms. The Solar, accomodating 30 people and the Barn, accomodating 45 people. There are also three smaller meeting rooms which can accomodate 8 - 15 people which can be booked seperately or used as break-out space. We are able to provide varied seating arrangements, tables, flipcharts and audiovisual equipment. There is also wifi access available throughout the site.
Charney Manor is surrounded by 3 acres of beautiful grounds that include mature trees, horse paddock, a secret garden, a fruit orchard and tranquil seating areas, which all guests are welcome to explore and enjoy. There are also lovely walks through the old village and along the meandering river Ock. The Manor is situated next to St Peters Church, part of the church dates back to the 12th Centuary.
As well as guests being able to participate in a variety of local Countryside walks, starting at the Manor, there are also places of interest near by. The White horse Hill, located in the small village of Uffington. The historic Kelmscott Manor is a short distance away, visiting Kelmscott will give you the insight into William Morris's hirtory by touring the family home. Charney Bassett has a fascinating history (http://history.charneybassett.org.uk) and a lovely family run village pub within a few minutes walk from the Manor.