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Holiday Cottages in Bicester

Bicester is best known for Bicester Village, home to over 160 boutiques from luxury brands. But beyond the famous outlet shopping, this Oxfordshire town brims with captivating history. Stroll the grounds of the 12th-century Augustinian Bicester Priory, step inside the medieval St Edburg’s Church, and admire the stately Garth House dating back to the 18th century.

Find your perfect accommodation in Bicester, the ideal location to discover the delights of the city of Oxford and the Cotswolds. Read more.

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As one of Oxfordshire‘s fastest growing towns, Bicester also offers plenty of modern entertainment and amenities. Our holiday homes and cottages in the Bicester area provide the perfect home base for exploring the town’s unique blend of heritage and contemporary culture. Can’t find the ideal property in Bicester itself? Expand your search to find more Cotswolds cottages or holiday homes in Oxfordshire, or get some inspiration from our Oxford Area Guide.

Whether you’re looking for a getaway filled with outlet bargains, country strolls, or relaxing in a cottage with a hot tub, Bicester and the surrounding region offers something for every taste and budget. Discover the appeal of this charming town for yourself!

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