Luxury Hotels in Oxford
The award winning Old Bank Hotel and the Old Parsonage Hotel are two, independently owned luxury boutique hotels in central Oxford. Both are situated in historic landmark buildings within easy reach of the most popular attractions in the city. The luxury bedrooms, with marble bathrooms are adorned with the owner’s private art collection while the restaurants are supplied by the owner’s farm. Along with complimentary parking and walking tours, a genuine, warm welcome makes these hotels the best places to stay in Oxford.
The Old Bank
The Old Bank, situated on Oxford’s High Street, is a breathtaking statement in design and arguably one of the best locations in Oxford. Awarded the Best City Hotel 2011 by the Good Hotel Guide, it is surrounded by the famous colleges of Merton, All Souls, Christ Church and University and is directly opposite the Bodelian Library and Radcliffe Camera.
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The Old Parsonage
The Old Parsonage, situated in St Giles, dates back to the 1660. This luxury boutique hotel has famous neighbours in Keble, St Johns and Somerville college as well as the Oxford University Press.
Next to St. Giles church, the 17th century building exudes quintessentially Oxford style.
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