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Wychert Cottage, Haddenham, Buckinghamshire

Wychert Cottage
Bakerís Alley
Fern Lane

Haddenham
Buckinghamshire

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Wychert cottage is a converted bake-house built over 300 years ago. It was converted in 1999 and so combines modern convenience with period charm. Gas fired central heating ensures the cottage is cosy, even during the winter. The cottage has one double bedroom and one twin. It is located behind the village bakery within a private courtyard where you can park your car off the road.

Haddenham is just16 miles from the dreaming spires of Oxford and 50 minutes from London, using the Haddenham & Thame Parkway main line station that takes you straight into London Marylebone. The station is 10 minutes walk through the village from the cottage. Televisionís Midsomer Murders are filmed in the area.

The cottage is within the conservation area of the village and just a short walk away from a good range of shops. The village has 5 pubs, four churches and three duck ponds. There are many local attractions including the Chiltern Hills, the town of Thame, historic houses and the beautiful red kites that soar over the village all year round. An ideal place for children and adults alike.

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Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Cottage
Price Guide: £300 (low) - £460 (high) per week, this includes all services and bedding. In the low season bookings of 3 days are accepted.
Nearest Major Town: Aylesbury
Distance: 6 miles
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