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Bignell Park Hotel

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This friendly and charming hotel is situated in the pretty village of Chesterton near Bicester. On the doorstep of Oxfordshire, the Bignell Park Hotel is set in 2.5 acres of secluded informal gardens.

Construction of Bignell Park Hotel started in the mid 18th Century and was originally part of Bignell Park Manor House as the Estate Mews. By the 19th Century, Bignell Park was converted into a private residency, but with its beautiful Cotswold charm and its two and a half acres of land, its potential was all too obvious, so it was transformed into a country house hotel with a restaurant. Since then, the hotel has undergone many upgrades and extensions to allow us to cater for most requirements from conference and wedding to romantic weekend breaks. All our rooms are individually designed and seek to maintain the original charm of this wonderful property, whilst providing all the modern amenities desired by the most discerning clientele. Each of our rooms is decorated and furnished to an exceptionally high standard. All take advantage of the beautiful surroundings and views. There are a variety of rooms to suit any occasion and requirements from a romantic 4 poster to a family room or spacious double superiors for a lengthy stay to a twin bedded room with disabled access. So whether you join us for business or pleasure, Bignell Park Hotel is the popular choice, where nothing is overlooked but the countryside.


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Price Includes: Full English Breakfast & VAT
Double: From £70
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