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Old Bank Hotel
92 - 94 High Street
Oxford
Oxfordshire

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Located on the High St with place to park and between Oxford’s most famous colleges, Merton, University, All Souls and Oriel. Step out of the hotel onto one of the world’s most beautiful streets and you are amongst the best of Oxford’s shopping, theatres, libraries and gardens.

This Georgian, stone building has forty-two luxury bedrooms, all air-conditioned with marble bathrooms, great views and the latest technology. Stimulating twentieth century paintings fill the space and include Paddy Summerfield’s ‘Handheld’ collection commissioned for the hotel, Stanley Spencer drawings, Sandra Blow, Craigie Aitchison, Michael Ayrton, Roger Hilton and Henrietta Dubrey.

Quod Brasserie with its terrace and bar is the hub of the hotel, open all day serving simple Mediterranean food surrounded by an amazing collection of young British art. Meet, dine or hold a party in one of our individual private rooms. The Gallery, Boardroom or Red Room. Take a hotel bicycle, punt or rickshaw with a picnic and venture further.

A short walk away, our award winning sister restaurant, Gee’s. A Victorian conservatory with a collection of striking Gary Hume paintings serving modern British food with skill and flair accompanied by a truly great wine list.

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Nearest Train Station: Oxford
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Number of Rooms: 42
Number Ensuite: 42

Price per Room:

Double: From £185 - £220
Single: From £170 - Single occupancy
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Restaurant

Name: Quod Brasserie
Cuisine: Mediterranean
Chef: Michael Wright

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