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Why we like it

  • The hotel’s exceptional location in the heart of the city centre
  • That Lewis Carroll banked here 
  • The Room with a View rooftop bedroom and terrace offers delightful views of Oxford, sometimes called ‘England in miniature’
  • You can view more of owner Jeremy Mogford’s art collection at nearby sister property, the Old Parsonage
  • Our top tipForgot your book? Borrow something to read from the residents’ library. The collection includes tomes on art, literature, culture, politics and Oxford and its history
  • About
  • About

‘Oxford still remains the most beautiful thing in England, and nowhere else are life and art so exquisitely blended, so perfectly made one’ – Oscar Wilde penned this about the famous British city. Still, he might well have written the latter about The Old Bank Hotel, where the owner’s impressive modern-art collection adorns the walls of the historic old building.

Superbly located on Oxford’s famed High Street, the five-star Old Bank comprises 43 bedrooms – including the rooftop Room with a View – many of which look out over the sweet city’s dreaming spires and landmarks such as the Bodleian, Radcliffe Camera and All Souls College.

When not punting down the Thames; exploring the Ashmolean; wandering lazily around cobbled backstreets; or cycling on one of the hotel’s complimentary-to-borrow bikes: guests will enjoy exploring the three inter-connecting buildings’ nooks and crannies or dining in Quod brasserie, which serves up a delicious Mediterranean-inspired menu.

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