The Hotel

Savour world-class indulgence in the Oxfordshire countryside

Created by celebrated chef Raymond Blanc OBE, Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons is one of the country's most cherished manor house hotels. We received two Michelin stars in 1984, the first year of our opening, and, remarkably, have held them ever since.

Surrounded by lawns, flower borders and orchards, our setting is postcard-perfect. But beyond the eye-catching displays are vegetable and herb gardens that provide the kitchen—and the acclaimed Raymond Blanc Cookery School—with ultra-fresh, organic produce. They guarantee our restaurant remains at the cutting edge of culinary excellence.

view of our grounds from the lounge

Sustainability at Le Manoir

From the moment you arrive at our countryside manor, you'll feel the spirit of our gardens and our core mindset of sustainability come to life. This approach is born out of our Chef Patron Raymond Blanc OBE’s personal ethos, where seasonality, foraging and no waste are part and parcel of the holistic approach to dining and beyond.

Nurturing a potager kitchen garden, the menu is inspired only by what is fresh and what is locally grown. From this, we have earned a Green Michelin Star that joins our existing two Michelin stars for culinary excellence.

During your time at Le Manoir, discover some of the initiatives we have adopted to help drive us towards delivering a perfectly integrated eco-system.

Track our sustainability journey with Zellar

Leeks growing in the frosty vegetable field


Every step brings a new discovery


The Raymond Blanc Cookery School

Michelin Star Masterclasses

Hone your culinary craft in our award-winning kitchens, offering different courses each day.

La Belle Époque

Grand Gatherings

This elegant, wood-panelled room provides a flexible space for events accommodating up to 50 guests.


A Zest for Life

This delightful conservatory is a wonderful place to dine for an added alfresco ambiance.

Garden Courtyard

Great British Grandeur

Feel closer to the great outdoors with a stroll through our enchanting gardens. You can also join us on one of our daily tours.

Lavender Path

An Aromatic Arrival

Twin pathways of lavender line the entry to our storied manor house.


Branches in Bloom

Our heritage orchard is bursting with British fruit, including numerous types of apple and pear.

Herb Garden

For Every Season

Follow your nose to our herb garden, where we grow more than 70 varieties for use in our kitchens.

The Raymond Blanc Gardening School

Green Finger Guidance

Broaden your botanical knowledge and garden skills on a day course with our expert gardening team.


Crops for the Kitchen

Wander through our 2-acre potager and you will likely find one of our chefs harvesting crops for the hotel's kitchen.

Japanese Tea Garden

A Moment of Zen

Let the sound of a babbling brook guide you to our peaceful Tea Garden. Here you'll find a traditional Japanese teahouse.

Wildflower Meadow

Untamed Beauty

The abundant floral blooms in our natural wildflower meadow offer the perfect space to feel at one with nature.


Wistful Waters

Local monks designed these ancient, natural spring ponds.They date back to the 16th century.

St Mary's Church

Pitch Perfect

With elements dating back to 1066, this historic church is a magical setting for carol concerts and music performances.

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At a glance

  • ACCOMMODATION 32 rooms and suites
  • DINING Celebrated two Michelin-star restaurant by Raymond Blanc OBE
  • FEATURES Resplendent grounds with organic kitchen garden, Japanese garden, mushroom valley, orchard and more
  • ACTIVITIES Raymond Blanc Cookery School and Raymond Blanc Gardening School
  • EVENTS Private dining for up to 50 guests
  • LOCATION 8 miles from Oxford, 32 miles from London Heathrow Airport


From the mushroom valley and orchards to the serene English water garden, a stroll through our verdant grounds is sure to be one of many highlights to your stay. Join us on one of our daily tours. You’ll be treated to a rare insight into the many unique flowers, trees, fruits and vegetables we grow, and even pick up a few tips and secrets from our expert gardeners.