Shopping & Retail Therapy
Packages which include a two course dinner from our set menu, bed and breakfast are available with free cancellation up to 24 hours prior to check in.
Witney Town Centre
Witney has been lucky enough to attract some major retailers over the years with many major chain stores opening here. There is a unique blend of shops, from large stores including a Waitrose supermarket, W.H.Smith and Waterstones to many smaller shops and boutiques along the picturesque High Street and Corn Street.
Cineworld Witney has 5 screens of entertainment and is a great way to experience the latest blockbusters during your stay. Watch a huge range of the latest films in comfortable screens with digital 2D and 3D. Cineworld also shows theatre and opera performances.
The Covered Market
Whatever the weather you can pop in and smell the coffee at the Covered Market. Opened in 1774 and still going strong the market has a unique atmosphere with independent shops and boutiques, cafes, fresh fruits and delicious baking. This is also home to the famous no nonsense Browns Cafe where you can get a brew and try their mouth watering apple pie.
Shopping bags at the ready – discount outlet shopping doesn’t get any easier than this!
Offering luxury shopping and over 160+ designer clothes, shops and outlets Bicester Village has become a popular tourist destination in it’s own right. It’s the designer labels that attract the interest but it’s the discounts that keep people coming back. For the ultimate indulgence maybe go for the VIP personal shopping service.
Westgate Shopping Centre
Over 100 shops to explore from luxury brands like GANT and Ted Baker to on trend value like Primark. There is also a John Lewis, next and H&M. Or, for something a bit different, try the escape rooms or the Junkyard golf club. Westgate is centrally located in Oxford, allowing your visit to combine some serious shopping as well as some serious sightseeing.
Burford Antique Shops
The town of Burford is a picture postcard medieval town on the River Windrush, in the Cotswolds Hills. The wide main street slopes down to the river and is lined with glorious old houses and cottages all of which seem little changed since Tudor times. If you are interested in antiques then this is the place to head for as you will have plenty of choice here, and you could find just what you were looking for.
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Information correct at August 2020. Please confirm details direct with attraction. E&OE.
Why not take a picnic?
To make things easier we can put together a picnic lunch for you to take on your travels, just ask at reception for more details.