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You will find the Old Parsonage at the end of St Giles between the Woodstock and Banbury Roads approximately five minutes walk from the city centre-This smart privately owned luxury hotel is centrally located and perfect for walking to everything Oxford-Nearby are the popular shops and bars of Jericho and Little Clarendon Street-Famous college neighbours Include St Johns-Keble and Somerville-Next to St Giles Church-the 17th Century boutique hotel exudes quintessentially Oxford style-dating back to 1660- The hotel has 35 bedrooms surrounding three terraces-a restaurant-lobby- private room- library and bar- all with a unique and distinguished club atmosphere - The elegant bar and restaurant with its original cartoons and interesting portraits is open from 7am until late serving British classics with a lighter touch - You can enjoy breakfast-lunch- afternoon tea-cocktails or dinner in a relaxed informal atmosphere - Bedrooms and suites have been individually designed by Sally Conran- each have elegant and stylish marble bathrooms-Bedrooms located in the old building retain original features- others have their own terrace overlooking the garden- Fresh tea and coffee is brought to you by our 24 hour room service team at your request-Our superior bedrooms and suites have in-room Nespresso coffee machines- Take a picnic and enjoy the real Oxford on our house bicycles -A short walk away is our sister restaurant Gees-serving modern Mediterranean food and wine in Oxford s most beautiful glass house-open all day every day from 10am.

This Historic & beautiful pub is perfectly placed a short distance over the bridge from Henley Town Centre to have space, beauty, lots of parking & a fantastic cricket pitch for the summer months. The Little Angel is more than just a wonderfully comfortable, eclectic & cosy space to spend time but being a strongly orientated food house, it offers fantastic dining that is described as 'modern English with a twist' and the interior complements the menu perfectly. Warming colours, an open fire, the odd black lab and staff who take great pride in the place. On Sundays, lunch is unbelievably busy, but is served all day.

The Thatch is run by the award-winning Peach Pub Company. Managing Director, Lee Cash, was one of Raymond Blanc's inspectors on the TV show and, with co-founder Hamish Stoddart, was recently named in the Observer's Future 500 survey as one of the UK's Top 50 Talents in food. Peach's other Oxfordshire pubs, The Fishes in North Hinksey & The Fleece in Witney both feature in the Michelin Guide 2008.

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