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Recommended towns & villages near Quainton Windmill

Angel on a grave

Whitchurch

(3.5 miles, 5.7 km, direction E)

Whitchurch has many picturesque old buildings, the fact that painter Rex Whistler lived here is indicative of the outstanding charm of the place...

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A picture of Claydon House

Middle Claydon

(3.8 miles, 6.1 km, direction NW)

This genteel place is famous for the great house that has connections with Florence Nightingale...

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Winslow, Buckinghamshire.  Church Street and St. Laurence Church

Winslow

(5.0 miles, 8.1 km, direction N)

The town lies in an outstanding position amid attractive agricultural countryside in the Vale of Aylesbury...

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Aylesbury

Aylesbury

(6.3 miles, 10.1 km, direction SE)

Aylesbury is the county town of Buckinghamshire, taking over the mantle from the town of Buckingham during the 16th century. Aylesbury is a very busy vibrant town, situated at.....

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Haddenham

Haddenham

(7.1 miles, 11.5 km, direction S)

This is a large sprawling village in the heart of picturesque Buckinghamshire countryside. The village has a long history, it is mentioned in the Doomsday Book and later, at.....

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Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire.

Long Crendon

(7.9 miles, 12.8 km, direction SW)

Long Crendon is a picture postcard village of thatched cottages hung with rich foliage strung out through a myriad of winding leafy lanes. It has a history stretching back to.....

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Saxon Church in Wing, Buckinghamshire

Wing

(8.3 miles, 13.3 km, direction E)

Wing has a long history, it was recorded in the Doomsday Book of 1086, and people passing through here en-route for famous Ascott House little realise they are by-passing an.....

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Buckingham town hall

Buckingham

(9.0 miles, 14.5 km, direction N)

Said to have been founded by 'Bucca' leader of the first Anglo Saxon settlers during the 7th century AD, and declared the county town of Buckinghamshire during the year 888 by.....

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The Red Lion pub, Stratton Audley, Oxon.

Stratton Audley

(9.2 miles, 14.9 km, direction W)

Stratton Audley is a picturesque village about 2.5 miles (4 km) northeast of Bicester in Oxfordshire, England. Mentioned in the Doomsday book of 1086 as Stratton, the village.....

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St. Mary's Church and Tithe Barn, Thame, Oxfordshire

Thame

(9.3 miles, 14.9 km, direction S)

Thame is an ancient market town whose charter was granted by Wulfhere, King of Mercia. It was later mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1087 and has a parish church built during.....

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Quainton Railway Museum, Quainton, Near Aylesbury, Bucks.

Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

(0.9 miles, 1.5 km)

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Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire

Waddesdon Manor

(2.5 miles, 4.0 km, direction S)

Creator of Waddesdon, Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, who was a great fan of France and its arts, together with his french.....

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Claydon House in Middle Claydon, nr Buckingham, Buckinghamshire.

Claydon House

(3.5 miles, 5.6 km, direction NW)

Claydon House was built by the 2nd Earl Verney in the middle of the 18th-century, on land which had belonged to his family since.....

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Setting sun, Jubilee Nature Reseerve, Calvert, Bucks

Calvert Jubilee Nature Reserve

(5.0 miles, 8.1 km, direction NW)

Opened in 1978, this was once an old extraction pit for clay used for local brick manufacture. Now home to many wildfowl and.....

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Winslow Hall

(5.3 miles, 8.6 km, direction N)

Fascinating stately home designed by Sir Christopher Wren with an elegant russet brick fascia, graceful narrow windows and four.....

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Butterfly, Rushbeds Wood, Wotton Underwood, Bucks

Rushbeds Wood Nature Reserve

(5.4 miles, 8.8 km, direction SW)

Ancient woodland, meadows and hedgerows near the Bucks, Oxon borders that abounds with flowers and butterflies...

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King's Head

(6.1 miles, 9.8 km, direction SE)

One of the oldest coaching inns in the country, with strong associations with Oliver Cromwell and the English Civil War. Rare.....

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Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire.

Long Crendon Courthouse

(7.6 miles, 12.3 km, direction SW)

Long Crendon is a beautiful Buckinghamshire village which is possibly best know for its stunning 15th century Courthouse, given.....

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Buckingham Chantry Chapel

(8.8 miles, 14.1 km, direction N)

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Ascott House the Dutch garden

Ascott House

(9.0 miles, 14.5 km, direction E)

This stunningly beautiful house began life in the 17th-century as a small timber-framed black and white farmhouse. It was.....

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