The Oxford Collection’ is an independently owned collection of two five-star plus luxury hotels and three stunning restaurants, all in central Oxford.


The Old Bank and Old Parsonage hotels are situated in historic landmark buildings within easy reach of the most popular attractions in the city centre. Along with complimentary parking and guest bicycles, a genuine, warm welcome makes these hotels the best places to stay in Oxford.


QuodGees and Parsonage Grill are Oxford’s most popular restaurants for visitors to the city and locals alike.


Serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, ingredients are locally sourced where possible, expertly prepared, and beautifully presented. Each venue also offers private dining and event spaces.


Oxford’s 17th century Old Parsonage combines original charm and character with all the luxury, amenities and technology available to an independently owned five-star hotel. Best known for its eclectic country house charm, chic modern interiors and striking portraits, the Old Parsonage Hotel is a luxury home-from-home with impeccable hospitality.



The independently owned Old Bank Hotel, centrally located on Oxford’s famous High, is a breath-taking statement in design. The five-star hotel has 43 luxury bedrooms, many with unrivalled views of the city’s most famous landmarks, including ‘The Room With The View’, as well as full private dining and conference facilities.


Explore the hotel

Famous for its intimate, bohemian, clubby atmosphere, Parsonage Grill features a private dining space and a charming walled terrace, located within the five-star Old Parsonage Hotel in central Oxford. The talented kitchen team takes pride in creating classic British dishes with a modern, light touch.



Gees Restaurant is set within Oxford’s famous Grade II listed Victorian conservatory dating from 1989. A ten-minute walk from Oxford’s city centre, it sits adjacent to the exclusive private dining space, ‘Gees Gallery’ and the ‘Secret Garden’ terrace. Head Chef Lee Parson’s and his team serve a distinctly Mediterranean-inspired menu.


Discover the magic of Gees

On Oxford’s bustling High Street, the lively hub of the Old Bank Hotel boasts a broad menu of European classics by Head Chef Rohan Kashid and his team. Inside, there’s a striking onyx bar and a private dining space. Outside, Quod’s Italian garden terrace provides a vibrant Mediterranean atmosphere.