Haddenham is a picturesque village southwest of Aylesbury and 4 miles northeast of Thame in neighbouring Oxfordshire. Haddenham is known for its ponds which were used for breeding Aylesbury ducks. Breeding has been revived recently on the pond in front of the parish church. 

Haddenham restaurants, pubs and amenities

There are two pubs in Haddenham – The King’s Head and The Rising Sun. The King’s Head is a beautiful country pub with a great menu. The Rising Sun is a cosy pub with an impressive alcohol selection. Three former pubs are now restaurants: House of Spice (Indian, formerly The Crown), The Rose and Thistle (Chinese), and Twist at the Green Dragon.

There are three cafés for you to enjoy in Haddenham, including Little Italy at the station that serves up delicious coffee and baguettes. Norsk at Fort End is owned by the same team behind Little Italy and produces everything from scratch using a wide range of fresh, seasonal and local produce to create simple, often Nordic-inspired dishes bursting with colour and flavour. Tickety Brew on the Parade serves themed menus and afternoon teas.

Haddenham also has a butcher, a baker, a greengrocer, a barbershop, two hairdressers and some smaller retailers. Additionally, there is a brilliant family-run garden centre, restaurant and shop called Haddenham Garden Centre.

Haddenham Transport Links

Haddenham has an industrial estate next to the small grass-strip airfield, a commercial district, and Haddenham and Thame Parkway railway station on the Chiltern Main Line that links Birmingham Snow Hill and London Marylebone.

There are two trains per hour to London Marylebone, taking approximately 50 minutes and one train per hour to Oxford and Banbury that take around 30 minutes.

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