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Eynsham Hall is a Grade II listed mansion near North Leigh in Oxfordshire, England. The original house dating from the 1770s was largely rebuilt in the early 20th century bu Ernest George. After use as a country house and venue for hunting parties it became a maternity hospital rest and relaxation centre during World War II and then a police training centre. It is now used as a hotel and conference centre. The three storey limestone building is surrounded by extensive parkland and has terraced gardens. Many of the outbuildings, including the former game larder, are also listed buildings.

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  • Eynsham Hall is a Grade II listed mansion near North Leigh in Oxfordshire, England. The original house dating from the 1770s was largely rebuilt in the early 20th century bu Ernest George. After use as a country house and venue for hunting parties it became a maternity hospital rest and relaxation centre during World War II and then a police training centre. It is now used as a hotel and conference centre. The three storey limestone building is surrounded by extensive parkland and has terraced gardens. Many of the outbuildings, including the former game larder, are also listed buildings.
  • Eynsham Hall is a Grade II listed 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. After use as a country house and venue for hunting parties it became a maternity hospital rest and relaxation centre during World War II and then a police training centre. It is now used as a hotel and conference centre. The three storey limestone building is surrounded by extensive parkland and has terraced gardens. Many of the outbuildings, including the former game larder, are also listed buildings.
  • Eynsham Hall is a Grade II listed 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. After use as a country house and venue for hunting parties it became a maternity hospital rest and relaxation centre during World War II and then a police training centre. It is now used as a hotel and conference centre.
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  • Eynsham Hall is a Grade II listed mansion near North Leigh in Oxfordshire, England. The original house dating from the 1770s was largely rebuilt in the early 20th century bu Ernest George. After use as a country house and venue for hunting parties it became a maternity hospital rest and relaxation centre during World War II and then a police training centre. It is now used as a hotel and conference centre. The three storey limestone building is surrounded by extensive parkland and has terraced gardens. Many of the outbuildings, including the former game larder, are also listed buildings.
  • Eynsham Hall is a Grade II listed 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. After use as a country house and venue for hunting parties it became a maternity hospital rest and relaxation centre during World War II and then a police training centre. It is now used as a hotel and conference centre. The three storey limestone building is surrounded by extensive parkland and has terraced gardens. Many of the outbuildings, including the former game larder, are also listed buildings.
  • Eynsham Hall is a Grade II listed 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. After use as a country house and venue for hunting parties it became a maternity hospital rest and relaxation centre during World War II and then a police training centre. It is now used as a hotel and conference centre. The three storey limestone building is surrounded by extensive parkland and has terraced gardens. Many of the outbuildings, including the former game larder, are also listed buildings. North Leigh F.C. play in the grounds of the hall.
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