Thame

Thame is a market town  in Oxfordshire, about 9 miles  east of the city of Oxford and 7 miles  southwest of the Buckinghamshire town of Aylesbury. Thame was founded in the Anglo-Saxon era and lay within the territory of the kingdom of Wessex. An excellent retail market is held here every Tuesday and also a Farmers market on the second Tuesday of each month.


Cross Keys, ThameStart at the Cross Keys pub.
East St Thame, Oxon OX9 3JS
Camra style pub with plenty of choic of ale, some brewed on site. Open Mon-Fri 12-2, 5-11 ans Sat-Sun all day from noon. Free wifi.
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https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Cross-Keys-Pub/267610189915969
Head up the Upper High Street, keeping to the right of the car park(which is a market on Tuesdays) to reach the Swan Hotel on your right.


Swan Hotel

Swan Hotel Thame
9 Upper High St, OX9 3ER
MONDAY-FRIDAY 11am - 11pm  ​SATURDAY-SUNDAY 10am - 12:00am
Food served all day.
Free WiFi.   Homely bar with a good range of ales
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http://www.theswanhotelthame.co.uk/

Walk back across the car park/market and cross the road to the Black Horse Hotel.

Black Horse Hotel, ThameNext is the Black Horse Hotel
11 Cornmarket OX9 2BL Open all day from 11:30am, (Tuesdays and Saturdays 10am).
Food served 12-2pm, Tuesday 10am-2:30pm. Sat 10am-3pm. Sun 12-4pm. Small car park at rear. Free wifi.

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http://www.theblackhorsethame.com/

Turn left out of the pub and you will see the Birdcage across the road.


The Birdcage

Birdcage, Thame
4 Cornmarket, OX9 3DX. Open 12-2.30, (12-3 Sundays) and 6.30-21.30

Thame's oldest public house. Built around 1300.
During the Napoleonic wars, the Bird Cage housed French prisoners who incidentally founded the local Masons. For many years it was used as a holding house for petty thieves and criminals. Three cosy seating areas and cheap lunch specials. Free wifi.

http://www.birdcagepub.co.uk/

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Cross back over the road and continue along in the same direction to the James Figg on your left.




James Figg, ThameThe James Figg pub.
21, Cornmarket, OX9 2BL. Open all day from 11am, noon on Sundays. A free house
 Free WiFi. Friendly high street pub with a happy atmosphere. Named after local boxer Jimmy Figg. An excellent range of ales await you. Free wifi. Food is served from noon until 8:30pm, 6pm Sundays.

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http://thejamesfiggthame.co.uk/

Turn left out of the pub and continue to walk along the high street, past the Rising Sun Thai restaurant to eventually reach the Six Bells.


The Six Bells

Six Bells, Thame
44 Lower High Street, OX9 2AD. Open from noon daily with food served lunch and evening. Free wifi.
Originally built in 1560 the pub comprises many rooms of various sizes and an outdoor decking area served by a central bar. Perfectly kept Fullers ales.

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http://sixbellsthame.co.uk/


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