Visiting Aynho?

Aynhos is great place to visit – whether you’re here to see family and friends, attending a wedding at Aynhoe Park or The Great Barn, for business or just a day or weekend away. We’re close to the Cotswolds, Oxford, Stratford, Warwick, Silverstone and Bicester outlet village amongst many other destinations. And we’re conveniently placed whether you’re travelling by car, rail, coach or bike!

To help you get the most from your visit here’s a few suggestion for travel, places to stay/eat and things to do. And after your visit why not email us and tell us how you enjoyed the village and what you’d suggest others do on their visit.

Travelling to Aynho
By Road Aynho is well connected by motorway with junction 10 of the M40 only c4-miles away or junction 15 of the M1 c25-miles away. Which makes Aynho easily accessible from London and south east, west and east Midlands and, slightly further afield, Yorkshire. Travelling from Hampshire and the west country is quick using the M4 connecting with the A34 at Newbury or from east Anglia using A14. To find the best route to Aynho use Google’s route finder by clicking here.
By Rail  Aynho is fortunate in having several rail stations in close proximity on lines that cover most of the country. For travellers from London and Birmingham both Bicester North and Banbury are mainline stations with regular timetable. From London it’s about one-hour from Marylebone from Bicester North. Milton Keynes has services from Birmingham, east Midlands and west coast. If convenience is more important, Kings Sutton’s rail station has regular services, albeit not as frequent as local mainline stations. Click on links for station details. Train times are available at National Rail Enquiries.
By Coach Banbury, Bicester and Oxford all have National Express coach services.
 Places to Stay & Eat
Cartwright Hotel, Aynho Located in the centre of the village with 21 en-suite bedrooms, restaurant and bar. 01869 811885
Great Western Arms, Aynho Located at Aynho Wharf about half-a-mile from the village centre with four bedrooms, restaurant and bar. Next to Oxford Canal. 01869 338288
The Fox, Souldern Located in Souldern, about 2-miles by car or a pleasant 20-minutes walk across the fields by bridlepath with four bedrooms, restaurant and bar. 01869 345284
Deddington Arms Hotel Located in Deddington about 3-miles from Aynho with 27 bedrooms, restaurant and bar. 01869 338364
The Unicorn Inn Located in Deddington about 3-miles from Aynho with 3 bedrooms, restaurant and bar. 01869 338838
Travelodge, Bicester M40 Services Located in the M40 Cherwell Valley services about 5-miles from the village. 08719 848484
Wedding Venues
Aynhoe Park 01869 810636
The Great Barn, Aynho 01869 810823
 Things To Do
Milton Keynes Theatre Box Office 0844 871 7562
Northampton Theatre Box Office 01604 624811
Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Box Office 0844 871 7607
New Theatre Oxford Box Office 0844 871 3020
Oxford Playhouse Enquiries 01865 305300
Banbury The Mill Box Office 01295 2790002
Cheltenham Everyman Theatre Enquiries 01242 572573
Compton Verney Enquiries 01926 645500
Blenheim Palace Enquiries 01993 810530
Ashmolean Museum Enquiries 01865 278000
Silverstone Race Track Enquiries 01327 320280
Oxfordshire Museum Enquiries 01993 811456
Broughton Castle Enquiries 01295 276070
Royal Shakespeare Theatre Box Office 0844 800 1110
Modern Art Oxford Enquiries 01865 722733

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