Guide to Eynsham
Eynsham is a sought-after village less than 10 miles north-west of Oxford and east of Witney and about 62 miles from London. Originally the site of a Benedictine abbey, Eynsham has an ancient heritage with many 16th and 17th century buildings set around its historic centre. Today, the village is a thriving community with a wide range of local amenities – Eynsham Community Primary School, Bartholomew Secondary School, library, post office, leisure centre, health centre and many pubs and shops.
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The deli is renowned for its delicious food and you may bump into a rather famous politician buying his lunch! People travel from far and wide to eat at The Bayleaf, a well-known Bangladeshi and Indian restaurant. The Boot Inn pub in the nearby hamlet of Barnard Gate is a short cycle ride away and is well known for its good food as well as its collection of celebrity footwear.
The village also hosts many local events throughout the year including Artweeks, May Day celebrations, carnival, flower festival, village show and Christmas events.
Eynsham has good transport links. A good cycle route means many people commute to Oxford by bike. The A40 is close by linking the village to Oxford, Witney and the M40. There is a regular bus service to Oxford, Witney, Cheltenham and surrounding villages plus The Witney Shuttle to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
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