Oxford City Centre Restaurant
Please note between the hours of 7am and 6.30pm a traffic restriction on the High is enforced.
From the city centre the hotel is situated half way down the High Street opposite St Mary’s Church (the University Church) and Catte Street. The hotel is the most centrally located in the city between famous colleges Merton, All Souls, University and Oriel and within minutes of the best of Oxford’s shopping, theatres, galleries, libraries and gardens.
Quod has a large secure private car park and is accessed via an automated barrier. From the city centre Quod and The Old Bank Hotel are situated half way down the High Street opposite St Mary’s Church (the University Church) and Catte Street. Oxford’s only restaurant with a large car park to accommodate its diners, whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner or one of our famous cocktails.
To locate the Old Bank’s car park, drive into the city centre via Magdalen Bridge. Once in the High Street, turn left at the Eastgate Hotel into Merton Street. Proceed along the cobbled road, past Merton College and take the next turning to the right, which is Magpie Lane. Drive up to the old-fashioned lamp post and the parking is on your right. Please note that parking is complimentary for hotel residents and Quod customers.
Oxford is well linked to the M4 junction 13 (23 miles) and M40 junction 9 (10 miles).
To locate the Old Bank Hotel and Quod car park from Magdalen Bridge, cross the bridge into the High Street, go through the lights and turn immediately left into Merton Street.The hotel is signposted from here. Follow the road round until you come to Magpie Lane on your right hand side. Turn into Magpie Lane and you will find the car park on the right hand side opposite the lampost. To approach the car park via St Aldates you must enter Merton Street via Kind Edward’s Street, go through Oriel Square and turn left into Magpie Lane where you will find the car park. Telephone the hotel on 01865 799500 and we will lower the traffic restriction bollard in Oriel Square.
National rail provides a direct fifty minute train service to London every half an hour and the Oxford ring road, M40 and M4 are all within a short distance.
Coaches provide regular services to London from destinations across the UK and there is a direct service to London every nine minutes.
London Oxford Airport is the Thames Valley’s primary regional and business aviation airport and provides the only commercial airport between London Heathrow and Birmingham.