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Reviews - The Old Parsonage Hotel

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1-3 Banbury Road , Oxford, OX2 6NN
A haven of tranquility, the Old Parsonage is a thoroughly grown-up establishment conveniently located a short walk from the city centre, less than an hour from London, which makes it feel like a countryside retreat despite its urban location. A real fire burns in the warm lobby, the recently completed restoration combines the original charm and character of the building with the very latest comfort, amenity and technology available.

35 individually designed bedrooms situated over 2 floors around a new garden library for guests to relax in provide luxury accommodation. All rooms feature everything the modern day traveler requires including air conditioning, high speed internet connections and flat screen TV. Explore the city using our house bikes and take a seasonal picnic prepared by our chefs.

The Parsonage Bar/Restaurant has the intimate appeal of a private members club and is open from breakfast until late serving modern British classics, its emphasis being on fresh local ingredients. Whether it's the simplicity of a good steak and chips or stunning seafood imported from Jersey, you'll be guaranteed great quality food and service.

In summer dining moves to the famous walled terrace. The chefs are local to the area and pride themselves on using solely local suppliers for their produce. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner or just a drink and a snack at the Old Parsonage
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Overall score Guest rating scores since January 2013 Customer recommendation
Guest Reviews Based on 5 reviews
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78% recommended this accommodation to a friend 75% would stay again
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First time at the Parsonage
Great staff, nothing was too much trouble. Food excellent

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Tim Miller

From UK
Who stayed in November 2014

Travelling alone

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Oph oxford
Don't know if it's my fault for missing it when I booked but did not realise I was paying £460.00 for two nights and that breakfast was not included. Full English breakfast £15.00 and tiny. Also no tea and coffee facilities in room , instead call room service bet that would not have been included either.

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J Williams

From Cranbrook, UK
Who stayed in June 2014

Couple

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This is a lovely hotel
The staff are fabulous. This is a lovely hotel.

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Carol D

From Wallingford, UK
Who stayed in May 2014

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Great but room a little small
Really nice hotel with cool decor and a real attention to detail. But our room was a little small

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Peter D

From London, UK
Who stayed in May 2013

Couple

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Reception staff argued back when I questioned the bill
The Old Parsonage is a lovely relaxing place to stay close to the City Centre of Oxford. My only objection was the staff at the reception. I noticed that some minor items had been added to my bill, which were not ours. Instead of accepting my point that they were not ours, the girl at the desk asked several times if I recognised the phone number and asked if I was sure that we hadn't ordered a third newspaper. Surely if I was spending £900 for the rooms, I would not try and save a few pounds on phone bills and newspapers??? Maybe it was lost in translation but this girl was not able to judge when it is worth quarelling with guests...

Reviewed by
Claire B

From England
Who stayed in January 2013

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