My wife and I stayed for three nights at the Old Parsonage in Oxford. We had stayed there several years ago and it was nice to see that they have updated the rooms while retaining the charm of staying in an older building. We were in what they referred to as a double room on the second floor. The room had clearly been two rooms at some point as we had a separate seating area. The room looked out onto the garden and had two small balconies that we would have used if the weather had been better. The staff was very friendly and the entrance area had a welcoming fire going all the time. Breakfast is served in a small but elegantly decorated dining area. The Old Parsonage is very convenient to the sights of Oxford and it is only a few minutes walk to the Broad Street and the High Street. It is a very short taxi ride to the train station. The car park is quite small and fills up quickly so the train is recommended.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ranked as the best hotel in Oxford, the 17th century Old Parsonage is situated in the heart of this historic city at the end of the beautiful boulevard St Giles. The recently completed restoration combines the original charm and character of the building with the very latest comfort, amenity and technology available today. The Old Parsonage restaurant and bar, famous for its intimate, bohemian, clubby atmosphere, serves classic British food with a modern, light touch. Open every day of the year, breakfast, lunch, dinner and our famous afternoon teas can be enjoyed in the company of Oxford's academic and literary elite. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Old Parsonage