Win a meal for two with wine worth more than £70 at the Fat Fox Inn, Watlington

The Fat Fox Inn is located at the centre of the small market town of Watlington on the edge of the Chiltern Hills. The pub has an attractive bar set next to an inglenook fire place with a wood burning stove and a newly developed dining room which is elegantly … more

Fat Fox Inn Watlington Oxon

VISIT ONE OF THE BEST B&Bs IN OXFORDSHIRE The Fat Fox Inn is located at the centre of the small market town of Watlington on the edge of the Chiltern Hills. 45 miles from London, 13 miles from Oxford and 10 miles from Henley on Thames it plays home to … more

The Horse Trust, Home of Rest for Horses

The Horse Trust, Home of Rest for Horses is set in 200 acres of beautiful Chiltern countryside between High Wycombe and Aylesbury, just outside Princes Risborough. Our Home of Rest for Horses is at the heart of our charity. It is here that we care for 100 retired and rescued … more

Tiggy Winkles Wildlife Hospital

Every year in Britain over five million wild animals and birds are injured as a direct result of their encounters with man and man’s world. Tiggywinkles, The Wildlife Hospital Trust, is a specialist hospital dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating all species of British wildlife. At Tiggywinkles Visitor Centre you get … more

Chilterns is one of the best country places to live

The Chilterns have been named as one of the best places for country living in the UK. Residents have the highest gross weekly earnings of anywhere in the UK at £941, according to an annual survey by the Halifax Building Society. Rutland has moved up 11 places to the top … more

Whiteleaf Hill & Whiteleaf Cross – walks and picnic site

A large area of chalk grassland and woodland on top of the Chilterns escarpment with amazing views and archaeological features. Car park, picnic site, waymarked walks. Whiteleaf Hill (and nearby Brush Hill) offer good wheelchair access along firm, level paths through woodland which lead to firm grassy areas with viewpoints. … more

Lacey Green Windmill

The world’s oldest smock mill was falling down in the 1970s until a team of volunteers, led by the son of Sir Barnes Neville Wallis, who invented the Dambusters bouncing bomb in WWll, spent 15 years restoring it. Lacey Green Windmill Lacey Green Village Nr Princes Risborough www.laceygreenwindmill.org.uk

Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway

A standard gauge railway operating both steam and diesel hauled train services from Chinnor in Oxfordshire. It operates on part of the old Great Western Railway branch line which ran between Princes Risborough (Bucks) and Watlington (oxfordshire). The railway is run entirely by volunteers. Funding is obtained from donations, and … more