Two-night hire from £16,000 (mid-week) and £20,000 for a weekend wedding in 2022
Here’s just some of the items included in your stay, although for an extensive list of what’s included please request their brochure.
For your Wedding Day at Tythe
Comprising a cluster of 14th Century barns and a 15th Century Farmhouse, Tythe is set on the working farm of the Deeley family in rural Oxfordshire.
This charming setting brings together the thatched Tythe Barn dating back to 1370, The Cowshed with it’s old terracotta roof, The Nook, The Shepherd’s Hut and the Manor Farmhouse.
Tythe can be hired exclusively – on a one day venue hire basis (until May 2022) or for 2 nights with accommodation for 16 guests, including breakfast from June 2022. Next door to Tythe, at the end of the garden path, sits the impressive 12th Century village church – St. Mary’s.
Tythe oozes character and style, with an emphasis on the simple, honest and down-to-earth.
As one of the most established barn venues in the country, Tythe offers a wealth of experience and a deep understanding for the industry. Once there, time slows down, you’re on Tythe time and there’s a certain magic around every corner. You notice the serious commitment to detail, the passion that has touched every element and the welcoming smiles of a team that love what they do. You immediately feel at home and part of the family.
The long sweeping drive draws you in and offers a hint for what lies ahead. Behind the enormous barn doors you’ll find rustic oak beams draped in fairy lights, a pizza oven sat deep within Cotswold stone walls, festoon lights perched beneath the old thatch, the gentle trickle of the water trough, the inviting crackle of the outdoor wood burner, the flock of sheep in the field to the cows peering over the fence – they’re all waiting to be part of your story.
Tythe’s small, friendly team help you every step of the way. The whole shebang is on offer here – you’re only going to do it once, so pull out all the stops!
From June 2022 – Tythe will be shaking things up and will be offering couples and their guests the impressive 15th Century Farmhouse as accommodation. This Manor House has been the family home of the Deeley family for over 500 years and sits at the hub of the Tythe estate.
Boasting seven double bedrooms, including a bridal-suite, two large reception rooms, a dining room, country kitchen, open fires, a tennis court, a wonderful wood-fuelled hot tub and an adjacent Shepherd’s Hut with sleeping for two there’s plenty to keep the couple and their guests entertained!
From June 2022 The Tythe Barn are thrilled to be able to offer you their beautiful farmhouse accommodation situated just a stone’s throw from the barn.
Available for a two-night mid-week break or an entire weekend - it has seven double bedrooms, including a bridal-suite, two large reception rooms, a dining room, country kitchen, open fires, a tennis court, a wonderful wood-fuelled hot tub and there's an adjacent Shepherd's Hut with sleeping for two!
Surrounded by fields and sweeping lawns, this country manor house boasts impressive interiors alongside an informal, laid-back vibe kitted out in typical Tythe style! They want you to feel at home from the minute you enter through its delightful cobblestone porch and enjoy countryside living at its best in the heart of rural Oxfordshire.
For a Friday and Saturday we end at midnight and we can extend to 12:30 or 1am for an additional cost. No live music after midnight but a DJ (from Gigz Management) or a playlist can be played.
For Monday - Thursday we end at 11:30pm and we can extend to midnight for an additional cost.
We are partnered with award winning caterers, Absolute Taste and do not allow outside catering in the barn.
We do offer corkage, please contact the office for more information on corkage charges.
We have our own entertainment supplier, Gigz Management, who provide exceptional music with a selection of highly talented DJ’s and a variety of stylish bands to choose from.
Yes absolutely. We are a working farm and the owners have two dogs themselves on site. Once the wedding breakfast has been served however, we do ask for the dogs to leave the premises.