Weston Turville is a small village with a convenience store, allotments, churches, and a recreation ground that is home to the village hall for the local community to use. Weston Turville is also home to Aylesbury Rugby Club, with teams for boys, girls and all ages; the venue is often hired out for local events. Our estate agents in Weston Turville have put together this guide to show you everything you need to know about this historic village in the south-east of Aylesbury.
Weston Turville Golf Course was established in 1973. The 18-hole golf course is situated at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, and off the white tees measures 6,008 yards and a par 69, and for the red ladies tees measure 5,369 yards and is a par 70. The Membership enjoys regular competitions and roll up’s and has a substantial Men’s and Senior Section and a very active Ladies Membership. Weston Turville is known for offering the warmest welcome in golf, and new members are always welcome.
Weston Turville Reservoir
The Weston Turville Reservoir is owned by the Canal & River Trust, and the open water is leased to sailing and fishing clubs. The surrounding land is managed by the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust. The site is in the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The reservoir was built in 1797 to supply water to the Wendover Arm of the Grand Union Canal.
Restaurants and Pubs in Weston Turville
The Chequers Inn is set in the heart of Weston Turville and dates back to the 16th Century. The bar retains a traditional feel, with broad polished flagstone floors, historic beams and an open fireplace. The restaurant area is a more contemporary space in which to enjoy a fine dining experience.
The Chandos Arms is a typical traditional family-run pub in Weston Turville, offering a menu of hearty pub food freshly cooked on site. They’ve got a great selection of drinks and a friendly atmosphere for all the family. The Chandos is perfectly set up to be enjoyed by everyone locally and from afar.
When The Five Bells was built in 1854, the local farmers used to tether their horses to its fence while they popped inside for a drink. There was barely enough room for four tables, and the beer barrels were kept cool by being wrapped in wet sacking under the bar. The Five Bells now welcomes guests to enjoy their Real Ales and great food in the old-world comfort of the 21st Century.
Weston Turville Transport Links
The nearest railway station is 1.8 miles (2.9 km) away in the village of Stoke Mandeville on the London to Aylesbury Line, operated by Chiltern Railways. Weekday buses serving Weston Turville run between Aylesbury and RAF Halton, and are operated by Arriva and Redline. Additionally, a service connects to both Aylesbury and Leighton Buzzard on Sundays.