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Old Parsonage Hotel...

The 17th century wisteria-clad Parsonage is situated in the heart of this historic city at the end of the beautiful boulevard St Giles, amidst the iconic colleges of the University, and a couple of minutes’ walk from the Ashmolean & Jericho, Oxford’s cultural & bohemian quarters. Best known by locals and visitors alike for its eclectic country house charm, chic modern interiors and striking 20th century portraits, the Old Parsonage is a luxury home-from-home with impeccable hospitality.

A striking balance of old & new, each of the 35 individually designed bedrooms & suites feature luxurious handmade beds, rich natural fabrics, unique Oxford sketches and magnificent marble bathrooms. Guests can enjoy afternoon tea in the walled courtyard, relax within the peaceful & stunning surrounds of a carefully curated library, or explore the city the traditional way and borrow one of our vintage style bicycles…

"...Ancient, Modern Arty... A Timeless Oxford Moment..."
Three Image-1 Three Image-2 "...Thank you to all the staff at The old Parsonage Hotel for making our brief stay a memorable one..."

Seasonal Ingredients...

The newly renamed Parsonage Bar & Grill retains its intimate, clubby atmosphere, serving classic British dishes with a light, modern touch. Ingredients are locally sourced, simply prepared and expertly cooked. Signature dishes include our famous rabbit pie, lamb burger, Cornish sole & Yorkshire grouse…  a fixed price lunch & theatre menu is always available.

Open every day of the year, enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner & our famous afternoon teas in the company of Oxford’s academic & literary luminaries…

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The Library...

For the exclusive use of our guests, the Library on the first floor is a modern, intimate space with glass sliding doors opening onto a private courtyard terrace.

A carefully curated collection of books will inspire & entertain, and includes a section on art, literature, culture & politics, Oxford & its history.

Relax amongst a specially commissioned collection of Paddy Somerfield’s black and white photographs of 1960’s Oxford.

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