Field House Bed and Breakfast

5 Fish Ponds Lane, Thame, Oxfordshire, OX9 2BA

Late Availability / Special Offers
We are fully compliant with the latest Covid-19 regulations and will be opening from May 17th, subject to any government changes to this date.

Field House Bed and Breakfast, Thame has one king sized bedroom as well as a single which we have available for members of the same family. There is a shared bathroom with bath and over bath shower.

Guests have use of the sitting room and dining room as well as the delightful garden. Delicious cakes are served on arrival and a full English breakfast as well as masses of fruit, yogurt, homemade preserves, juice and plenty of hot coffee or tea. There is a hospitality tray in the bedroom with homemade biscuits.
Field House Bed and Breakfast is located a few minutes walk from Thame town centre which is a pretty Oxfordshire market town, St Mary's Church and the Barns Centre. There are many places to eat within a short stroll.

Field House is situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac and there is a frequent bus service to Oxford and Aylesbury stopping at Haddenham and Thame Parkway station.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Parking
  • WiFi


Things To Do Nearby


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