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THE MOGFORD GROUP The Mogford Group is an independently owned collection of luxury five star hotels and award winning restaurants in Oxford. The hotels and restaurants are housed within beautifully renovated period buildings amongst the historic landmarks of the city.

Old Parsonage Hotel, Oxford

Old Parsonage Hotel, Oxford

Luxury hotel The Old Parsonage is set in a 17th century building that retains the original heritage. An extensive refurbishment in 2014 saw the addition of a new second floor with seven extra bedrooms and a specially curated library. All rooms are individually designed by Sally Conran. Guests can enjoy afternoon tea in the walled courtyard, explore the city by vintage style bicycles available from the hotel, or make the most

Old Parsonage Hotel, Oxford

of Oxford’s famous water ways, with a punting picnic carefully prepared by the hotel’s kitchen. Recently nominated for the Le Manoir aux Quat Saisons Award for Excellence, the newly renamed Parsonage Grill restaurant uses the finest seasonal ingredients, simply prepared and expertly cooked, including dishes such as Whole Cornish sole and half roast Yorkshire grouse.

Quod Restaurant

Gee’s Restaurant

Old Bank Hotel Terrace

With its unrivalled and central location on Oxford’s famous High Street, the Old Bank Hotel was a former banking hall before owner Jeremy Mogford bought the building in the late 1990s. Jeremy set about transforming the space into a luxury hotel, its bedrooms and guest spaces most recently updated with designs by Sally Conran. On the ground floor of the hotel is Quod Restaurant, bar and terrace. Nominated for Best Brasserie in the 2016 Oxfordshire

Restaurant Awards, Quod Restaurant offers a menu of European classics with an emphasis on British produce, some of which is sourced from Jeremy’s own Rofford Farm. A central white onyx bar takes centre stage, whilst the Italian garden terrace provides a Mediterranean feel for al-fresco dining. Gee’s Restaurant offers locals and visitors a rustic, Mediterranean dining experience set in an iconic Victorian

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Glasshouse. Guests can dine in the lightfilled conservatory dining room dotted with trees and plants, head to the glossy marble-topped, mirrored cocktail bar or dine amidst herbs and plants in Gee’s garden terrace. Each of the three restaurants focus on fresh, seasonal and high quality ingredients to produce simple, yet refined dishes, and the restaurants’ longevity are testament to their quality.

Oxfordshire Visitor Guide 2017  

From the ancient University of Oxford to the rolling hills of the Cotswolds, there is so much rich history and culture for you to explore. W...

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