Bicester Village review, postcode and shops.
In this post I am reviewing Bicester Village, the designer outlet shopping park. I have recently been there and thought I would share with you a short review.
Firstly, the postcode to get to Bicester Village is OX26 6WD. The car parking is free with a lot of spaces. A park and ride is available during very busy times.
The opening times vary from week to week so I recommend visiting this page to find out the times.
My recent visit to Bicester Village
As I mentioned earlier, I have recently been to Bicester Village on a shopping trip. To be fair it was well worth a visit.
There are 160 designer outlets including; Ted Baker, Tommy Hilfiger, Timberland, The North Face, Superdry, All Saints, BOSS, Calvin Klein, Gucci, Hackett London, Levi's, New Balance, The White Company and many more.
The full list of boutiques can be found here.
The shopping area is much larger than when I visited a few years back. The best places for deals and bargains out of the shops I went to were Superdry, Tommy Hilfiger, Ted Baker and Timberland. I definitely recommend taking a look in those shops as they had some great offers on.
There are a few places to eat at the village but they are quite expensive in my opinion.
We ended up going to a great pub in Bicester not too far away called Bure Farm. The postcode for the pub is OX26 3HA. Great food and service!
It was a great day out and not very far off the M40 and is clearly signposted to find the place.
I would get there early in the morning shortly after 9am to get a car parking space easily.
(Please note the image used in this post is from Pixabay and not related to Bicester Village).
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