Boutique Hotel in Oxford
The independently owned Old Parsonage Hotel, 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. The luxury hotel comprises 30 bedrooms surrounding 3 terraces, a restaurant, bar and private room all with unique, distinguished club atmosphere. The air conditioned bedrooms, with marble bathrooms have great character and all the facilities expected in a small luxury hotel.
The main bar with its Russian red walls, original cartoons and interesting portraits is open from breakfast till late serving British classics with a modern interpretation in a bohemian, Bloomsbury club like atmosphere. You can enjoy breakfast, 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 Wednesday evening.
Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum, the Sheldonian Theatre and the Pitt Rivers museum are all within minutes of the hotel and can be visited on a hotel bicycle. Alternatively take a complimentary walking tour with Isabella Underhill, our art expert and Oxford resident.