The Spread Eagle Hotel

Thame Hotel
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ChainIndependent / Other
BrandIndependent
Built
Renovated
Total Meeting Space
Guest Rooms35
Cornmarket
Thame OX9 2BW

Amenities

Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access

Facilities

  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Space (Private)

Services

  • AV Capabilities

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Meeting Space

Meeting Rooms3
Largest Room0 sq. m
Second Largest Room0 sq. m
Space (Private)Available
Meeting Rooms
Room Size
Ceiling Height
Room Dimensions
Maximum Capacity
U-Shape
Banquet Rounds
Cocktail Rounds
Theater
Classroom
Boardroom
The Cockpit
0sq. m--8------
Fothergill Hall
0sq. m--200-200----

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms35
Suites3

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Parking

  • Paid Parking

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The Spread Eagle Hotel has graced the heart of the historic market town of Thame since the 16th Century. The Grade I listed hotel is nestled amongst the artisan butchers, bakers, delicatessens and teashops that line the charming town centre, which is used as a filming location for ITV’s Midsummer Murders. During its colourful history, The Spread Eagle Hotel has played host to many historic figures such as King Charles II, and writers such as Evelyn Waugh and John Fothergill (An Innkeepers Diary). From the exterior, the The Spread Eagle Hotel is instantly recognisable by its 30ft original sign depicting The Spread Eagle crest that has welcomed travellers for over a century. The hotel retains its sense of heritage and personality on the inside, where a meeting room named The Cockpit can be seen next to the entrance. This room was historically used for cockfights, but now provides a sophisticated space accommodating up to 8 people for private dinners or meetings. The adjacent bar area is stylish and inviting, with tastefully quirky furniture. Silver and taupe armchairs are clustered around coffee tables supported by antiquarian books, while high-wing back dining chairs sit elegantly on the light oak-wood flooring.

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