B4 Platinum Dinner at The Manor Hotel

We’re looking forward to welcoming our B4 Members to our first black tie dinner in nearly three years at the refurbished Manor Hotel on Thursday 29th September.

General Manager Marnix Teeken and his team have painstakingly reinvigorated this wonderful hotel to its former glory over the past two years, although two years isn’t nearly enough time to do everything on the ‘To Do’ list with lots of exciting plans for the future.

Come and experience the superb food prepared by Head Chef Curtis Duke Mclaren and his team and enjoy reconnecting with B4 Members in the magnificent Baron’s Hall.

Dress code: Black tie

Please contact for preferential accommodation rates if you require.

About The Manor

The Manor dates back to the late 15th century but records show that it was built within a 13th century moat, this has since been filled in. It is a grade II* Listed building and is listed on the English Heritage Register.

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 panelling 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 linefold panelling 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.

At the Manor you will find that all the details of luxurious modern living have been taken care of. The interiors have been carefully, and thoughtfully designed that they enhance this historic building so that they bring it right up to date with the luxury of modern living.

The printed papers on some of the walls have been specifically made for the interior to encapsulate the beauty around it and to enhance this historic building.

The Manor is set within 12 acres of its own grounds, ready for you to explore freely, in fact we would encourage you to take in the manicured gardens and the secret garden, look out for the peacocks although they can be a bit elusive.

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