Lashlake Barn

25 Aylesbury Road, Thame, Oxfordshire, OX9 3AU

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  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Fishing
  • Peaceful stays
  • Waterside stays

Why stay here ...

John and Allie welcome you to Lashlake Barn CL located in the historic market town of Thame famous as the location for Midsomer Murders.

Our secluded 1 acre site is level, lawned and surrounded by mature trees with Red Kites nesting, and coarse fishing on the River Thame on-site (rod license required).

A 10 minute walk into Thame offers an array of local shops, pubs and restaurants including Waitrose, Raymond Blanc's brasserie and a market every Tuesday. Adjacent to Wynnstay country stores (supply gas), Thame Church and Thame cricket ground.

There is a bus stop opposite the site for direct access to Oxford, Aylesbury and Haddenham Parkway for trains to London.

Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons' and Waddesdon Manor are nearby.

Access via secure electric gates.

PLEASE NOTE: Showers and toilets are closed.

Facilities on site ...

  • Coarse fishing
  • TV reception: good
  • Unfenced water

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Postcode:
OX9 3AU
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GPS:
Lat 51.752564 / Lon -0.979148
OS field ref:
SP705064
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Oxford, Aylesbury
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Haddenham, Thame Parkway
  • Train station within 5 miles

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An oasis

A superb site especially for motorhomes. Everything in walking distance. Quiet site but beware the church clock! The site is reminiscent of the Darling Buds of May with chickens running around and the river Thame along the site. A short walk away there is a multi acre field where dogs can run free and swim in the river. I also heard the site described as like Narnia as it opens up as you pass through the gate. All in all a brilliant site, very friendly owners and ideal for any length of stay. We will visit again.
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Great Choice, Lovely CL

This is a lovely CL, only five minutes walk from the main street of Thame. Everything you would need even for the more selective of us. Great micro brewery beer shop in town, and a superb Chinese takeaway, (Famous House) opp. the cattle market as you wander into town. Most appealing to have a Waitrose within 5mins walk, as well. Even with the closeness of the Town there is a wonderful peaceful environment at the CL. Watching the chickens wander and the occasional flash of the Red Kites became a de-stressing exercise. We were not fortunate to have good weather, in fact it was foul all week but the CL took all that was offered and we refused to let it spoil our holiday. John was a warm welcoming man and he made sure all were happy. We thoroughly recommend the site and when we return to the area we will visit again. PS. I never got to see your "Flying Flea" John. Les and Vera.
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Amazing secluded spot in the midst of historic market town !

We’ve just had the pleasure of staying at Lashlake barns in Thame, Oxfordshire. The site is absolutely beautiful with an adundance of wildlife on your doorstep including a nest of red kites nearby, surrounded by a tranquil river it really is so peaceful and yet just short walk in to the historic market town of Thame with all its upmarket shops and one of the oldest street markets in the country held on a Tuesday. A walk around Thame reveals beautiful listed buildings and thatched cottages There’s a museum in the town and a modern library. All of the surrounding villages are picturesque and the setting for the popular Midsomer murders tv programme. Right Opposite the site is a bus stop where the 280 bus (very regular) will take you straight in to Oxford city, (saving all the bother of car parking.) Within 2 miles is the Haddenham parkway train station with direct trains to Marylebone taking just 45mins. The owners of this site could not be more welcoming or friendly. we are definitely making this Site a regular as the combination of town amenities and seclusion are very special indeed.

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Good Thame location with friendly owners

A good location to explore Thame and surrounding areas. The CL owner John was very helpful, providing Tourist information guides and suggestions of local places to visit. Site ideally located with easy access to footpaths and cycling routes.
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Nice stay

Postcode takes you right to entrance but worth looking on google street view first, as the sign is set back from the road. John made us feel very welcome and we chose a nice pitch by the river. As others had mentioned the local kites were entertaining as the stay in the trees on the site. Thame is well worth a couple of days walking around and the historic walks available on the site are worth doing. We will return, thanks.
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