The village of Great Haseley is about 4.5 miles southwest of Thame, it is an attractive little village with many listed buildings, stone-built houses with thatched roofs.
There is an attractive Manor house at one end of the village that was built in the 17th century with a Georgian stable block and the other end a group of chocolate-box thatched cottages.
The church (St Peter’s) dates back to around 1200 and north of the village is the tower mill which is visible from the A329 and believed to have ended its working life in the 1900s.
Great Haseley has a village hall that recently had a face lift and is run by volunteers from the village, all money raised through hire of the hall is used to continuously improve the hall and its facilities.
The local pub in Great Haseley is the Plough, thought to be recorded since the 16th century and built in stone with a thatched roof gives a real country welcome, the owners cater for weddings, have an extensive food menu ranging from Pizza, pub classics, nibbles plus desserts and cheese.
For fresh air outings there are plenty of walks and trails nearby including Bernwood Butterfly Trail which is just 6.7 miles away and just under a mile further is the Thame Mystery Trail.
Shopping near Great Haseley you will find Templars Square, home to many shops, places to eat and services including estate agents, banks and a gym.
Although a quiet picturesque little village Great Haseley is not far from Oxford and its many historic places to visit, eat and drink.
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