You’ll find The Ox Barn within a converted, former 19-Century oxen house – an architecturally impressive space with soaring ceilings. Which makes sense, because Thyme – the converted manor and farm in which it’s set – is driven by a passion for local heritage, beauty and conservation. Accordingly, The Ox Barn pays homage to its past – think a striking stone rubble facade and original beams overhead, made more modern with Scandi-inspired furniture in nature’s best tones. Making it even more contemporary still are a contemporary bar and seven-and-a-half metre Charvet open kitchen, where Head Chef Charlie Hibbert puts this historic building to work.
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