Soho House's newest mixed-use development, the Soho Farmhouse, is set across 100 acres of rolling countryside in Great Tew, a village in Oxfordshire county. Produced in collaboration with London-based architecture studio Michaelis Boyd, Soho Farmhouse - unlike SOHO WORKS Shoreditch, a 24/7 workspace - is intended to be a members-only retreat of sorts, a place where guests can go to unwind.

The Farmhouse is comprised of a Main Barn, a dining area with views of the adjacent yard; a Boathouse, which incorporates a 16-meter indoor pool; Gym and Yoga Studios for personal meditation; an Electric Barn Cinema, a screening room fitted with velvet armchairs and individual tables that measures 390 square meters; the Steam and Sauna Island, designed to resemble a series of self-built huts; and 40 individually designed cabins.

Visit the Soho Farmhouse website to learn more.

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