Waterperry is a village next to the River Thame close to the county boundary 7 miles east of Oxford. There is a mansion (Waterperry House) a seventeenth century building that was remodelled early in the 18th and then again in 1820.
Waterperrys history has been recorded as far back as the doomsday book of 1066 and plenty of hostorical information can be found at the museum at the Waterperry Gardens. The gardens was made famouse by Beatrix Havergal in 1932 when she established a school of horticulture for ladies, the school ran until 1971.
We found no information about a village shop or post office in Waterperry but there are close by in its neighbouring villages however, there is a farm shop offering home grown food, quality meats and cooked products. To get a drink or dine out you will need to venture out of the village but not to worry, you won't have to go too far.
The nearest pub (1.4 miles away) is The Fox & Goat on the Oxford Road in Tiddington, serving traditional ales, beers and wines they also have a good British pub food menu.
A good place to eat is Belmond Lemanoir aux Quat'Saisons on Church Road in Great Milton, just under two and half miles from Waterperry this French, European and British quisine serving restaurant has great reviews! Waterperry isn't too far from Oxford and its surrounding attractions so a short journey to the city will not take too long and you can enjoy all of what Oxford has to offer weather it is to travel around and take in the sights or for a spot of dining in its many restaurants and bars.
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