Home for 400 years to a Cistercian Abbey and a community of monks, Thame has a remarkable history. This attractive and well-maintained town not only had all the character brought by its rich history, but is also just 14 miles from Oxford and 46 miles from London.
This great town with unique heritage and vibrant community life is made easily accessible by the M40, Thame Parkway railway station and bus services to Oxford, Aylesbury and High Wycombe. Situated close the the Chiltern Hills, an area of tranquility and beauty, and The Ridgeway Path, providing walkways with stunning views of the local area, Thame is perfectly situated for enjoying daily life and an easy commute.
There is plenty to see and do in the town, not least
the very popular street market held every Tuesday in the market place. Amenities are plentiful with local retailers offering a first class, friendly service, not to mention the wealth of award winning and unique shops, cafes and local pubs.
Education for all ages can be found in the area, with Lord William’s School 1.1 miles away, Ickford Combined School just over 5 miles away and Ashfold School, an independent prep school, 9 miles away. Ripin College is 9.4 miles from home and Oxford Universities are less than 20 miles away.
Enjoying your leisure time in Thame is simple with a fabulous selection of restaurants, pubs,cinemas, theatres, and fitness centres close by. A round of golf can also be enjoyed less than 4 miles away while family fun can be had at Aylesbury Karting Centre or Bowlplex Oxford.
Travel is easy with the A418 joining the M40 motorway linking London to Birmingham to the west and the A418 linking with the M1 to the north east. Haddenham and Thame Parkway is on the main line between Marylebone Station, London and Birmingham. Heathrow Airport can be found a little less than 40 miles away.