The Six Bells pub is located in the leafy Oxfordshire town of Thame, just a stone's throw from the town centre. With Thame easily accessed from the M40, and the pub boasting a free car park, this is a great place to hunt out sustenance on a long journey.
Driving? Access the large free car park by driving down the side of the pub.Driving Directions Satnav Download
Hop on the regular 280 bus service between Aylesbury and Oxford - it runs right through Thame and stops close to the pub.
Haddenham and Thame Parkway is the nearest train station, around two miles from the pub.
Nearby attractions include Phoenix trail, Thame museum, St Mary’s Church, Notley Abbey, Chiltern Hills and of course the famous city of Oxford.