Hotels in Oxford
You will find The Old Parsonage; a Wisteria clad stone building dating back to 1660, situated between Keble and Somerville Colleges. This smart, privately owned boutique hotel is centrally located and perfect for walking to everything in Oxford.
The main bar with its Russian red walls covered with original cartoons and interesting portraits is open from breakfast until late serving British classics with a modern interpretation. You can enjoy lunch, afternoon tea, a cocktail or dinner in a relaxed, informal atmosphere. In summer, dining moves to the famous walled terrace where you can enjoy live Jazz every Friday evening and a lobster barbeque at weekends.
The thirty air-conditioned bedrooms have real character and all the up to date facilities expected of a small luxury hotel. Take a picnic and explore the real Oxford with our own bicycles or punt, enjoy a personal walking tour every afternoon at 2.00pm or relax and enjoy an in-house beauty treatment at any time.
Just five minutes walk away in leafy North Oxford is out award winning sister restaurant Gee’s. This Victorian conservatory with a collection of Gary Hume paintings serves modern European food with skill and flair, accompanied by an eclectic wine list. A local institution, Gee’s captures the while dining experience, a combination of great food, attentive and knowledgeable staff, thoughtful, sympathetic design and a great central location.
*Complimentary High Speed Internet connections in room
*Complimentary use of house punt and bikes
*Complimentary use of nearly health and leisure club Esporta
*Live Jazz every Friday
Nearest Train Station: Oxford
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Number of Rooms: 30
Number Ensuite: 30
Price per Room:Double: £170 - £250
Single: From £150 - Single occupancy
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Name: Parsonage Restaurant & Bar
Cuisine: Modern British
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Parking - Limited
Credit Cards Accepted
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
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