Conde Nast Traveller says: Imagine a place where all children, except one, never grow up. A fairy-tale land where you are free to recapture your inner Lost Boy, leave boring responsibilities at the gate with your car key, hop on a bicycle and pedal through a green and pleasant land to sleep in a log cabin. read more
Dezeen says: Soho House & Co's in-house design team and London architects Michaelis Boyd have overhauled a run-down farm in Oxfordshire to create Soho Farmhouse – a hotel that combines English countryside style with "upstate New York cabin culture". Soho Farmhouse occupies a 40-acre site in Great Tew, near Soho House founder Nick Jones' own home. read more
Tatler says: The latest from Nick Jones, that Soho House mastermind, is everything a brand devotee would want. There are the Little House on the Prairie-style cabins, with knock-you-down-incredible interiors of reclaimed wood, and outside baths and spot-on kitchenettes. You'll want to take home EVERYTHING. read more
GQ Magazine says: Don't be fooled by the name: Soho Farmhouse isn't a structure, it's a village. The latest addition to the territorially ambitious Soho House group's portfolio is a country hotel comprising more than 60 buildings across 100 acres of Oxfordshire countryside. read more
Suitcase Magazine says: Soho House has been building a faithful patronage of creatives with its properties across the globe for 20 years, but its newest venture brings the brand back to its British roots and takes the concept of community one step further. “A small town, large village,” is how the staff jokingly refer to their new property. read more




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