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Best Hotels in Bicester

Bicester Introduction

The opening of Bicester Village outlet shopping centre has transformed the town of Bicester into a retail paradise. A modern area with excellent links to Oxford, Bicester has a lively town centre with excellent shopping and dining options in a compact, pedestrianised spot.

Hotels in Bicester

If you're visiting for a shopping trip, you'll find a selection of cheap Bicester hotels close to the outlet shops. Usually offering 3-star accommodation, these cosy hotels and B&Bs offer excellent value for money, with Bicester hotel rates that include free WiFi and free parking. You'll find clean, basic rooms with tea making facilities and flat-screen TVs, so you can relax after a long day of retail therapy.

Where to stay

Many hotels in Bicester are close to the town centre, a modern area surrounded by busy major roads. Park up and walk to the pedestrianised part of town, which has a long stretch of high street shops with lots of popular brands and discount stores. There are some traditional pubs, cosy restaurants and a large cinema close to town. To the south of Bicester is the outlet village, as well as some discount hotels and out-of-town shopping areas.

Things to see

Bicester Village is the ultimate shopping destination for label lovers. Close to many Bicester hotels, this pedestrianised, outdoor shopping centre is focused on outlet shopping, with boutiques owned by some of the world's best-known designer brands. With streets decorated with hanging baskets and cafes with pavement tables, it's a pleasant place to pick up designer clothes that have been heavily discounted. If you need to relax after shopping, visit Bicester Hotel Golf and Spa. There's an 18-hole golf course set in the Oxfordshire countryside, plus a spa with sauna, steam room, bubbling spa tub and indoor pool. Bicester Heritage celebrates the town's past as an RAF base, with beautifully-preserved vintage planes and cars on display. Visit on show day, and you'll get to see the planes zooming overhead and performing tricks for the excited crowd.

How to get to Bicester

Bicester is less than an hour's drive from Heathrow Airport, with flights arriving from around the world. If you're taking public transport, take a coach from the airport to Harlow, then take the train to a Bicester stop. Luton Airport is just over an hour away by car, or you can get to Bicester by coach if you change at Milton Keynes, taking about 2.5 hours in total. If you plan to travel in Bicester, the town is compact, with 2 railway stations about 10 minutes' walk from each other. Bicester North is on the line between London Marylebone and Birmingham, while Bicester Village has services to London Marylebone and Oxford.