Hotels in Bicester
Possibly one of England's finest coaching inns, certainly the best located, this charming 13th century property is set in the natural beauty of the Cotswolds, within easy reach of Oxford and Bicester Village. Built around 1243 as the ale house for Lord Jersey’s Estate, Middleton Stoney, as it was once known, is in the Doomsday Book, valued at 10 pounds, 10 shillings and 6 pence. Today it boasts 20 stylish en suite bedrooms, built around an attractive courtyard garden.
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