Outstanding natural beauty

By July 7, 2012News

In 1986 when Gary Hall first saw Bix Manor with its 17th century Manor House and Great Tithe Barn, and the six acre garden, near Henley-on-Thames in the beautiful countryside of Oxfordshire, he knew instantly that he had found the perfect place to bring up his family and from which to work.

Set in seven acres of gardens & fields and overlooking farmland beyond, Bix Manor is in a designated “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty”. Bluebell walks, the Chiltern Hills, magnificent Beech woods and public footpaths through beautiful private estates are all a few minutes walk from the house.

The grounds themselves include the pretty Fountain Courtyard with Olive Trees and Lavender. From here you walk through the arched gate into the private garden with the Rose Patio leading onto the main lawn flanked on one side by the Herbaceous Walk through arched yew topiary and onto the Italian water garden. There is parking for 60 cars.

The hamlet of Bix is just 2 miles from Henley-on-Thames, an hour from Central London and 30 minutes from Heathrow Airport.

Party Lights have provided a fairy light canopy, installed in lateral style, for a wedding in the Tithe Barn this weekend.

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