Rhodes House Oxford
Three principal rooms are available: The Milner Hall, The Beit Room and The Jameson Room named after three of the original Trustees, Lord Milner, Alfred Beit and Sir Leander Starr Jameson. In addition, there is a grand, circular, domed marble entrance-hall known as the Rotunda, which opens into the Parkin Vestibule and through to an oak-panelled gallery, reminiscent of a Cape Dutch stoep — a covered verandah.
Outside the beautifully maintained, typically English gardens, offers green lawns, gravel pathways and herbaceous borders. This secluded walled garden, which catches the sun from early morning to late evening, is perfect for filming and photographic shoots .
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