Wroxton

Your conference or event

To Henry James, Wroxton was part of the essence of England. He wrote:  “Everything that in the material line can render life noble and charming has been gathered into it with a profusion which makes the whole place a monument of past opportunity.”

Wroxton Abbey’s history  covers over 700 years from medieval priory, through Jacobean mansion and Prime Ministerial family home, a warehouse during the Second World War, private apartments and an American University college campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University.  Distinguished visitors have included royalty (King Charles I, George IV, William IV and Edward Prince of Wales), writers (Horace Walpole, Celia Fiennes and Henry James), statesman (President Theodore Roosevelt and Prime Minister Harold Wilson) and contemporary political leaders.

Set in 56 acres of landscaped and wooded grounds, Wroxton Abbey is an ideal venue for your private or corporate function.  The main house offers richly panelled public rooms complemented by ornately carved fireplaces, paintings and stained glass, chapel, comfortable libraries, a gilded ballroom/meeting room and seminar rooms.  Adjacent buildings include a dining room, bar, reception/lecture hall and catering facilities.

The gardens encompass rose gardens, sweeping lawns, two lakes, a knot garden and Doric Temple.

Situated in Wroxton, just 3 miles from Banbury, Wroxton Abbey is easily accessible by motorway, train and coach.

Wroxton Abbey Conferences Ltd
Wroxton
Oxfordshire
OX15 6PX

Telephone    44 (0)1295 730 551
Facsimile     44 (0)1295 730 059

reception@wroxton-college.ac.uk