Soho Farmhouse: All the perks of a midweek stay

Soho Farmhouse: Make indulgent midweek breaks your thing | Soho House

We get it, our Oxfordshire outpost in the UK is ludicrously popular. So that’s why we’ve added even more bedrooms, making quick Monday to Wednesday stays even easier

Thursday 19 May 2022    By Anastasiia Fedorova

In the past three years, Soho Farmhouse has been the UK’s most sought-after escape. Two hours’ drive away from London, it has everything we’ve learnt to appreciate during intermittent lockdowns: long walks, the smell of freshly cut grass from the hills, and the sweet sound of silence. A day or two spent off screen and off grid – and in a bath. Pleasures that are local and seemingly simple. 

Now that the world is back to its former fast pace and summer is approaching, 100 acres of Oxfordshire countryside is as popular as ever. To make sure we keep up with the demand for those willing to decompress, indulge and roam around, Soho Farmhouse now has even more places to crash for a night or two. With 20 new Farm Huts and 114 bedrooms in total, there has never been a better time to catch a midweek break and see why the rural dream is worth revisiting.

Soho Farmhouse: Make indulgent midweek breaks your thing | Soho House
Soho Farmhouse: Make indulgent midweek breaks your thing | Soho House

So, what are the new Huts like? Enjoy a lazy morning lounging in an emperor-size bed with an idyllic view of the farm or serene rolling landscapes. Let your nervous system take in the elegantly crafted calming vibe of the room: fir timber ceilings, limewashed walls, green terrazzo floors, and muted colours. Or just have a nap on a plush sofa after a cup of green tea, a sticky bun, and a good book. 

Spend an afternoon by the Boathouse, our indoor-outdoor pool on the lake, followed by a late lunch, and a chilled glass of Lady K. Every Farm Hut comes with its own terrace and wooden bath – so maybe just take it slow on your own terms. The best bit? With more affordable rates and quieter stays midweek, there’s no need to wait until the weekend rush.

Soho Farmhouse: Make indulgent midweek breaks your thing | Soho House
Soho Farmhouse: Make indulgent midweek breaks your thing | Soho House