Luxury Hotel in Oxford
Ranked as the best hotel in Oxford, the 17th century Old Parsonage is situated in the heart of this historic city at the end of the beautiful boulevard St Giles. It is a couple of minutes walk from the Ashmolean & surrounded by some of Oxford’s best restaurants & bars.
The recent refurbishment has seen the addition of five bedrooms & a specially curated first floor library with terrace. Bedrooms & suites, 35 in all, are individually designed by Sally Conran with marble bathrooms.
The new-look restaurant, bar & Pike Room, retain their intimate, bohemian, clubby atmosphere, serving British classic dishes with a light, modern touch. The restaurant & terrace are open all day, enjoy our famous afternoon teas in the company of Oxford’s academic & literary elite.
DIRECTIONS TO THE OLD PARSONAGE, GEE’S THE OLD BANK & QUOD
From the city centre take the right hand fork from St Giles and you will find the Old Parsoange on the left hand side at the very start of the Banbury Road. The hotel is perfectly situated for trips to Oxford’s museums and colleges, only a few minutes away from the city centre. Our sister restaurant Gee’s, is also a few minutes walk along the Banbury Road heading north, here you will find great Mediterranean food & wine served in the most beautiful restaurant in Oxford.
The Old Bank Hotel & Quod Brasserie are just a ten minute walk through the heart of the city. Opposite the Parsonage you will find Keble Road, take this, turning right when you come to Parks Road. Continue along Parks Road, past the King’s Arms into Catte Street, walk straight on through the Radcliffe Square where you will come to the High Street with the Old Bank and Quod brasserie straight in front of you.
Oxford is well linked to the M4 Junction 13 (23 miles) and M40 Junction 9 (10 miles) via the A34.
National rail provides a direct fifty minute train service to London every half an hour and the Oxford ring road, M40 and M4 are all within a short distance.
Coaches provide regular services to London from destinations across the UK and there is a direct service to London every nine minutes.
London Oxford Airport is the Thames Valley’s primary regional and business aviation airport and provides the only commercial airport between London Heathrow and Birmingham.