The renowned country house hotel on the outskirts of Windsor, famous for its local attractions.
From the moment you sweep up the drive to be ushered into the stunning Victorian gothic mansion on the banks of the Thames, you are treated as a treasured guest and feel completely at home. Set in over 37 acres of beautiful English landscape gardens with manicured lawns leading straight onto a large secluded stretch on the River Thames, our attention to detail and unbeatable service ensure a very special stay and a memorable place for a wedding, party or conference.
The Oakley Court is just twenty minutes from Heathrow Airport and forty minutes from London, making it an ideal location for business meetings and conferences, but also for entertaining key clients, product launches or quite simply thanking your team.
Choose from a wide range of flexible spaces able to cater for five to five hundred people. Traditional rooms with natural daylight and unique conference facilities such as the Boathouse on the river or the Walled Garden, where you can put up a marquee for up to 500 guests or even land your helicopter. The 7 acre Oakley Court Field is ideal for larger scale team building activities such as quad biking or clay pigeon shooting.
Dining at The Oakley Court is a memorable affair. Take your
fancy from the all day dining menu served in the elegant splendour of the main mansion, or perhaps an al fresco lunch on
the banks of the River Thames? The perfect spot for a celebration dinner with friends or an intimate gourmet experience in The Dining Room, the choice is yours.
Throughout the hotel, special historic features such as our
ornamental ceilings, wood-panelled floors and sash windows, and of course the backdrop of manicured lawns and the meandering river create a stunning dining setting. Take some time out and enjoy our lounge menu and afternoon teas, or perhaps a beverage from the wide selection available in the stylish and comfortable bar.
Relaxation comes easy to our guests with thirty seven acres of landscaped gardens, leading right up to the secluded banks of the River Thames. There is also the croquet lawn, the snooker room and the full facilities of the Oakleaf leisure club.