Time. To. Celebrate.
Spend a restful night’s sleep in one of the handmade beds & awake to a festive Buck’s Fizz Breakfast. Presents unwrapped, join The Oxford Collection for a relaxed Christmas Day lunch with all the trimmings…
On Boxing Day, wrap up warm & explore the stunning City, with its enchanting architecture & ancient college. Visit St Giles’ or St Mary’s for church services & carols under twinkling Christmas lights, tap into some Oxford culture and explore many hidden gems, or simply go shopping…!
And let’s not forget New Year’s Eve
Bid an un-fond farewell to 2020 and start the New Year as we mean to go on.
About the hotels…
Old Parsonage Hotel
Oxford’s 17th century Old Parsonage combines original charm and character with all the luxury, amenities and technology available to an independently owned 5 star hotel.
Best known by locals and visitors alike for its eclectic country house charm, chic modern interiors and striking 20th century portraits, the Old Parsonage is a luxury home-from-home with impeccable hospitality.
A striking balance of old & new, each of the 35 individually designed bedrooms & suites feature luxurious handmade beds, rich natural fabrics, unique Oxford sketches and magnificent marble bathrooms. Guests can enjoy afternoon tea in the walled courtyard, relax within the peaceful & stunning surrounds of a carefully curated library, or explore the city the traditional way and borrow one of our vintage style bicycles…
The Old Bank
The independently owned Old Bank, centrally located on Oxford’s famous High, is a breath-taking statement in design. The 5 star hotel has 43 luxury bedrooms, many with unrivalled views of the city’s most famous landmarks.
Ranked 4th in Condé Nast Traveller’s ‘Top Hotels in the UK’ in their 30th annual Readers’ Choice Awards, and listed in The Sunday Times Ultimate 100 British Hotels as ‘the place to stay in Oxford’, the Old Bank is surrounded by the colleges of Merton, All Souls, Christ Church and University and sits proudly opposite the iconic Radcliffe Camera and Bodleian library.