Cheap Hotels in Bicester
This wonderful hotel is only a 5-minute drive from the shopping district of Bicester Outlet Village. On the outskirts of the Cotswolds, this 13th-century former coaching inn has free WiFi throughout the hotel and free parking. Full of character, the Jersey Arms Bar and Grill serves a popular, modern English menu and variety of culinary delights. Light meals are available in the bar, which features wooden beams and log fires. Built around a secluded courtyard garden, the large en suite rooms at the Hotel feature tea/coffee trays and a TV with Freeview.The hotel is only 3 miles from Junction 9 and Junction 10 of the M40. Oxford city centre is a 25-minute drive away.
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The Kings Arms Hotel
The Lion Wendlebury Hotel
The Lion Wendlebury is conveniently located in the popular Chesterton area. The property features a wide range of facilities to make your stay a pleasant experience. Take advantage of the property's Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, family room, restaurant, bar. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. The property offers various recreational opportunities. Discover all Chesterton has to offer by making The Lion Wendlebury your base.
Bignell Park Hotel
This hotel is nestled in the peaceful village of Chesterton within easy reach of the M40. It is just minutes from the renowned Bicester Village Retail Outlet and only 16 km from Blenheim Palace. Bicester centre is about a 5-minute drive away. The nearest train station is also about a 5-minute drive away, as are restaurants, bars, nightclubs and shopping facilities. Oxford can be reached in approximately 20 minutes by car and Warwick Castle is a 50-minute drive away. The hotel is 71 km from London Luton Airport, 82 km from Coventry Airport and 83 km from London Heathrow Airport. Built in 1740, with 22 individually styled bedrooms, this family-friendly hotel blends traditional old-world Cotswold charm with country house comforts. Facilities include a reception hall, restaurant, bar and conference room. All rooms have their own individual style and decoration. Facilities include en suite bathroom, double or king-size bed, hairdryer, direct dial telephone, TV, radio, iron and board, individually regulated heating and Internet access (fees may apply). In-room tea and coffee making facilities also come as standard. Guests looking to play golf can make the short walk to Bicester Golf Club, just 10 minutes from the hotel. A daily breakfast is provided. Lunch and dinner may be ordered à la carte or from a set menu. From M40, Junction 9. Take the A41 towards Bicester. After 1.6 km or so, there will be a sign post to Chesterton/Wendlebury. Take this turning. The hotel is signposted from this exit. The distance is approximately 1.6 km.
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The Coach House near Bicester Village Hotel
Hotels in Bicester
In late 2014, Bicester was given the go-ahead to become a garden city. It's growing quickly and has a long history. Bicester has had many different names over the years, and the current spelling likely derives from the Latin for ‘two forts'.
With so much to see and do, stopping over at a Bicester hotel is a great way to experience as much as possible. National chain Bicester hotels, B&Bs and pub inns can be found around town. There's even the Bicester Hotel, Golf & Spa resort for ultimate relaxation.
You can't miss Bicester Village – it has over 100 designer and retail outlets. Pick up items from Versace, Alexander McQueen, Burberry, DKNY and more at very attractive prices. There's a Starbucks in the Village for quick refreshment breaks in between browsing the rails.
Away from the fashion-hungry crowds at the Village, Pioneer Square/Crown Walk is a smaller shopping centre. It houses mid-range brands and a supermarket. There's a Vue cinema close by for dates, family outings or a rainy afternoon.
Places to eat
Whether you're in the mood for a quick takeaway or a three-course meal, Bicester has plenty of choices. Your options when you're peckish include French, Italian, Turkish, Chinese and Indian cuisine. Many of these are in the Pioneer Square area, where you'll also find Nando's and Prezzo.
The town has several pubs with a local, friendly atmosphere. The Acorn is part of the Hungry Horse chain, and The Penny Black is a branch of Wetherspoon's with reasonably priced food and drink.
Out and about
The town has two train stations – Bicester Town and Bicester North. Travelling to stay in Bicester from London, Banbury and Oxford is really easy. Oxford is within driving distance for the Ashmolean Museum and other famous sights of the university city.
Bicester Avenue Home & Garden Centre includes shops and a café, as well as a kids' play area. The retail selection is tailored to country living and the great outdoors, alongside homeware outlets and pet shops.
Bicester is also home to the Bure Park Nature Reserve. It's a great destination for a family day out, with wide open space for walking and cycling. The area is very well cared for by the local Residents' Association.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Bicester
What are the best hotels to stay in Bicester?The best hotels to stay in Bicester are Best Western Jersey Arms and The Manor Country House Hotel.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Bicester?Best Western Jersey Arms in Bicester offers one night in a double room at the price of £80.
What hotels are in the central Bicester neighborhood?Best Western Jersey Arms and The Manor Country House Hotel are located in the central neighborhood of Bicester.
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