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    Old Parsonage Hotel, Oxford Review

    1 Banbury Rd, Oxford OX2 6NN, UK
    Old Parsonage Hotel Review
    5 Star Rating
    Tags: Oxford, UK, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £280 per night

    The Old Parsonage is a gorgeous boutique hotel located in Oxford’s city centre. The hotel really plays homage to its surroundings and feels typically Oxfordian from the offset. It’s in earshot of the church of St Giles, surrounded by olde pubs and colleges, and as you approach there is a real sense of style and character.

    Inside you’ll find wall art of graduates and city maps from the Bodleian Library, it has an authenticity which makes it unique amongst its peers and gives you a special feeling as you explore the building. The decor on the ground floor is sumptuous with Regal reds and purples throughout, and you can find the original stone hearth fireplace still taking pride of place.

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    Our suite was on the third floor which is a new floor. As you venture upstairs it becomes a little more airy with the colour themes continuing into our suite. The suite has a lovely spacious bathroom with a feature roll top bath and a separate wet room. There was a living area and bedroom separated by a dividing wall. The furnishings are simple and classic in design, the purples are offset by clean whites, and the suite as a whole is well-designed and was a joy to experience.

    “A gorgeous boutique hotel located in Oxford’s city centre.”

    The hotel offers bikes which is the perfect way to explore the beautiful city of Oxford. They also have a resident library with a fabulous collection of books. The library has been wonderfully designed, with sliding doors and a distressed oak floor, it’s easy to spend an afternoon in there with a good book. There is also a restaurant with an intriguing menu, and the hotel also offers an afternoon tea service.

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    The Old Parsonage have done a wonderful job retaining the heritage of the hotel and surrounding area, while providing the modern comforts that make for an enjoyable stay. If you want to really feel at home when staying in Oxford, the Old Parsonage should be high on your list.

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