Christmas at the Parsonage. Enjoy a memorable two-night Christmas break at the Parsonage. Check in on Christmas Eve in time to visit the many nearby shops for last minute gifts. Join midnight mass in St Giles Church, returning to mulled wine & mince pies by our log fire.
December. The Old Parsonage remains open throughout the holiday period. From November 24th we serve our December party menu. For details of Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Year Menus please email email@example.com. See our Christmas Break at the Old Parsonage.
Jeremy Mogford Prize for Food and Drink Writing 2015. Entries are now being sought for the 2015 Jeremy Mogford Prize for Food and Drink Writing, the annual short story competition run by the FT Weekend Oxford Literary Festival in association with Oxford Gastronomica, part of the Oxford School of ...
Aaah, the Old Parsonage - what a perfect hotel. Just off the Banbury Road, you enter through an archway and into a lovely, quiet courtyard, which is the perfect spot to enjoy a leisurely breakfast on a sunny summers day. The restaurant is quaint and intimate, with a roaring wood fire. The rooms are lovely and modern, but the hotel maintains the building's charm. I would highly recommend a stay, meal or afternoon tea at the Old Parsonage.
A Google User
6 years ago
This is in the wrong place. Marker A is correct on Google Maps. Wicked hotel. Old-school charm, impeccable service, and very good food. Slightly on the expensive side.
Luxury! We stayed at the Old Parsonage Hotel on a recent trip to Oxford -- a great little hotel with charm by the bucketload. I also recommend trying the lobster tart in the restaurant, which was incredible!
A Google User
5 years ago
This is showing the wrong location on Google Maps and the wrong picture on streetview - it's actually located further down Banbury Road close to the church. But then a parsonage would be, wouldn't it?