Rhodes House is a magnificent, exclusive, year-round venue located in the heart of Oxford, providing a quintessentially traditional setting for a memorable wedding celebration.
Rhodes House is a building steeped in history, the headquarters for one of the world’s most prestigious international scholarship programmes. It has supported the education of world leaders, Nobel Scientists and others at the forefront of many professions, all of whom enjoyed using the wonderful facilities.
The House resembles a Cotswold mansion and is surrounded by a delightful walled garden which can be used for a lovely drinks reception and photos. The flexible space includes the impressive Milner Hall, seating up to 150, and two smaller adjoining rooms, the Jameson Room and the Beit Room. The walls in the Milner Hall are adorned with portraits of famous leaders, including Nelson Mandela, who visited and wrote of his “unforgettable experience”.
We welcome enquiries for wedding ceremonies and receptions year round.
Directions by car:
Rhodes House is located in central Oxford, a short ten-minute walk from the railway station, and under an hour’s drive from Heathrow Airport.
Our full address is as follows:
South Parks Road,
Directions by public transport:
Rhodes House is a short five minute walk from city centre bus stops