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The Tythe Barn

Built between 1360 and 1370, the historical Tythe Barn still retains the majority of its 22 foot original beams. The roof was first thatched with reeds from the nearby Otmoor water plains and has only recently required re-thatching. The wonderful stone walls are an amazing 4.5 foot thick in parts.

We do many events here at the barn but weddings…they’re our ‘thing’. The Tythe Barn provides the most amazing setting and we agree that we are pretty lucky to have Jamie Oliver’s Fabulous Feasts team as our in-house caterer, but we’re also fairly confident that, having done a few, we know how to put on a good wedding – indoor or outdoor, civilised or rave, the choice is yours! We listen, we sit down and talk and we are really passionate about getting it right – for you…

Built between 1360 and 1370, the historical Tythe Barn still retains the majority of its 22 foot original beams. The roof was first thatched with reeds from the nearby Otmoor water plains and has only recently required re-thatching. The wonderful stone walls are an amazing 4.5 foot thick in parts.

We do many events here at the barn but weddings…they’re our ‘thing’.  The Tythe Barn provides the most amazing setting and we agree that we are pretty lucky to have Jamie Oliver’s Fabulous Feasts team as our in-house caterer, but we’re also fairly confident that, having done a few, we know how to put on a good wedding – indoor or outdoor, civilised or rave, the choice is yours!  We listen, we sit down and talk and we are really passionate about getting it right – for you.

The Barn is also a great place to hold a party, personal or corporate – as a venue it’s private, easily accessible, there’s plenty of parking and we can host from 40 to 400 guests.  We can transform the barn and adapt our catering to suit any theme so with our dedicated team of staff at the barn and Jamie Oliver’s team as our in-house caterers you are in very good hands!  Please get in touch with us to discuss your ideas.

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