Betts is one of 4 beautifully appointed Crew Rooms for overnight use by visitors to the historic former RAF site. Expect a gentlemen’s club feel with hints of Art Deco & nods to the site’s prolific RAF heritage.
2 night minimum stay.
Betts is stylish and very comfortable with a double bed, shower room and tea and coffee making equipment. The ceiling is high, with steel beams, uplighting and three large windows. The room is accessed from a communal double doorway and entrance hall to the north of Building 82.
Full details can be found on the Bicester Heritage website under Accommodation.
Located to the rear of Building 82 – The Power House, the Crew Rooms are nestled in what used to be the power generation and pump house, distributing water and electricity around the former RAF Bicester WW2 bomber training station. Each room is named after a distinguished RAF Station Commander dating back from 1939.
Guests are given full access to roam around Bicester Heritage's historic Technical Site and a map will be provided in your welcome envelope and in your room.
Общение с гостями
The Bicester Heritage team will be on hand to help during office hours in the week, with night security 7 days a week and 24hr security at the weekends.
Другие важные подробности
Weekday rates are £78/night
Weekend rates apply on Friday and Saturday - £180 for 2 nights
Two night minimum booking
We hope you will enjoy and respect this historic site as much as we do.
We do not allow pets in the Crew Rooms and politely request that our guests refrain from smoking in the rooms.
The rooms are sold as 'B' rather than 'B&B' with tea and coffee making equipment, biscuits and croissants provided.
We are currently not well suited for babies and young children to stay but we are working on it.