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Beautiful Restaurant in Oxford

The restaurant is situated on the Banbury road between St. Giles and Summertown.

From the city centre take the right hand fork from St Giles onto the Banbury Road and drive for one mile when you will find the restaurant on the left hand side just past Bevington Road.

From the ring road take the Banbury Road south for one and a half miles until you see Park Town on your left hand side, drive a little further and you will find Gee’s on your right hand side.

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Free 2 hour parking on nearby Canterbury Road (pass Gee’s on the left headed towards Summertown, second turning on the left).

Maximum stay 2 hours Pay & Display parking on Norham Road (pass Gee’s on the left headed towards Summertown, turn next immediate right):

Mon-Fri 8:00-18:30, Sat 8:00-13:00
(free outside these hours)

• 30 Mins £1.00
• 1 Hour £2.00
• 2 Hours £3.00

Parking in the evenings is free on Norham Road, with no time limit. Parking on Sunday is free, but with a two hour limit and you must still get a free-of-charge pay and display ticket from the machine before 6.30pm.

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Transport Links

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.

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