Built in the early 18th century for a local councillor and mayor, Hope House is one of a few grand houses in Woodstock built at the same time as Blenheim Palace, in the same architectural style, and to which it is seen as a sister property. The Money family owned and operated glove-making factories in Woodstock, and held a Royal Warrant to supply Queen Victoria with leather boots, saddles and gloves. The Moneys have lived here for centuries and it is still owned and operated by a descendant of the family. There are three suites and an apartment, all of which are sumptuously decorated and equipped. Breakfast is very special, using locally sourced produce and home-made sausages.