Old Parsonage Hotel Oxford

“A luxury boutique hotel in a wonderfully old building. The rooms have simple contemporary design. Bathrooms are pleasingly indulgent. A small but well stocked library is awaiting academics. Punts are available for the stereotypical Oxford experience. The restaurant is excellent. Highly recommended. ”

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“Our favourite Oxford hotel (though we can also recommend its sister, Old Bank), this ancient, characterful, wistaria-clad house has recently had a total facelift, including superb new beds. Its panache remains: a venerable door leads into the welcoming bar/brasserie (good food) with log fire; there's a pretty roof terrace; punt and bikes are available.”

Written by  Fiona Duncan

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Old Parsonage Hotel

"Through a pretty courtyard with large umbrellas for summer dining, and the original front door believed to date from 1660, you reach the reception hall, with original stone hearth and crackling fire."

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)

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Facilities

Free wifi
Parking
Bar
Bicycles available
Free
Fireplace
Airport transfer
Surcharge applies
Walking distance restaurants
Outdoor dining
Library
Sit-out Terrace
Good wine list
Wifi
Restaurant
Garden
Pet friendly
Charges may apply
Child friendly
Sitting Room
Room service
Suites
Satellite / Cable TV

Activities

Hotel Entertainment
Spend a lesiurly evening browsing the excellent library- curated by Philip Blackwell.
Other Activities
Punts are available for hire on the River Cherwell, plus the hotel will pack you a picnic.
Great walks
Join the complimentary guided walking tours of the city and University Colleges.
Cycling
Follow one of the recommended routes along the river or through the historic town.
Sights nearby
Visit any one of the 38 University Colleges.
Museums
The Ashmolean Museum has an excellent art collection and archeological display.

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35 rooms from $370 per night

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Recommended for

Writing a novel
This recently refurbished masterpiece was once home to Oscar Wilde, sit in the luxorious lounge and draw inspiration.

Activities

Hotel Entertainment
Spend a lesiurly evening browsing the excellent library- curated by Philip Blackwell.
Other Activities
Punts are available for hire on the River Cherwell, plus the hotel will pack you a picnic.
Great walks
Join the complimentary guided walking tours of the city and University Colleges.
Cycling
Follow one of the recommended routes along the river or through the historic town.
Sights nearby
Visit any one of the 38 University Colleges.
Museums
The Ashmolean Museum has an excellent art collection and archeological display.

Other highlights

Romantic
Free wifi
Sit-out Terrace
Full of character
Good wine list
Luxury
Charming
Restaurant
Artworks
The restaurant is packed with artworks and portraits.
Boutique
Pet friendly
Charges may apply
Child friendly
Traditional
Contemporary

Hotel size

35 rooms
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