Set on the North West of Aylesbury, Berryfields is a fast-growing and popular modern development, already with plenty to offer residents with the added convenience of additional shops available in Aylesbury. Michael Anthony estate agents in Berryfields have produced this guide to give you everything you need to know about this modern and well-located development area.
What shops are there in Berryfields?
Firstly, Lucas World of Furniture with a fabulous new store. Lucas World of Furniture was established in 1898, with over 120 years of experience. They offer unique style, quality and value with famous reputable brands, perfect to furnish a new home. For convenience, there is also a Sainsbury’s Local for your bread and milk, and if you fancy a quick cuppa with a friend, you could try out Esquires Coffee Shop.
Where can I eat out in Berryfields?
Miller & Carter is currently the only restaurant on Berryfields and is the perfect place to stop and unwind after visiting Waddesdon Manor or even Bicester Village. Plus, it’s conveniently located near Aylesbury Vale Parkway Train Station, or if you fancy a Friday night fish & chips, there is also Berryfields Fishbar where you can order from Uber eats.
If you are looking for other places to eat, visit our page ‘Where to eat in Aylesbury‘. For other shops, Berryfields is conveniently close to Broadfields Retail Park that houses McDonald’s, Tesco, The Range, Next, Dunelm, Halfords and Harvester. Alternatively, Aylesbury Town Centre is only 2.5miles away with plenty of shops to choose from.
Travel Links in Berryfields
Aylesbury Vale Parkway railway station is a railway station serving villages northwest of Aylesbury. It also serves the Berryfields and Weedon Hill housing developments; the station and all trains serving it are operated by Chiltern Railways. Aylesbury Vale Parkway has links to existing public transport bus services along the A41 corridor. Other bus journeys include the Green Route 4 of the Rainbow Routes served by Redline Buses and very infrequent services to and from Bicester. The station has a taxi rank, car park, a charging point for electric vehicles and parking bays for motorcycles and pedal cycles.
Future plans of an East-West Rail project will provide new journey opportunities between central, southern and western England. Development of this section, in two phases, will introduce direct rail passenger services between Bedford and Oxford, Milton Keynes and Oxford, and Milton Keynes and London Marylebone via Aylesbury.
Exciting new journey opportunities will include:
- Oxford and Milton Keynes, stopping at Oxford Parkway, Bicester, Winslow and Bletchley.
- Oxford and Bedford: stopping at Oxford Parkway, Bicester, Winslow, Bletchley, Woburn Sands and Ridgmont.
- Milton Keynes to Aylesbury with stops anticipated at Aylesbury Vale Parkway, Bletchley and Winslow. For London Marylebone, passengers can travel from Aylesbury via the Amersham or High Wycombe route.