Situated in the heart of Watlington
A BEAUTIFUL, CONVENIENT LOCATION WITH TRUE CHARACTER
We are two miles from the M40, 15 miles from Oxford, 15 miles from High Wycombe and 40 miles from London. Our proximity to the motorway – and to London – makes us wonderfully accessible however the best thing about where we are is Watlington itself, a hub of independent shops, pubs and cafes at the foot of the Chiltern Hills.
Popular with walkers and weekending Londoners, amenities include a local butcher, a local cheese and chocolate shop, an interior designer and a fruit and veg market which stocks locally sourced produce. There are several Independent cafes and delis to choose from including the famous Fat Fox Inn. So if you are looking for Serviced Offices, Hot Desking or Virtual Offices in a beautiful Oxfordshire town, then The Watlington Business Centre is for you.
THE FAT FOX
Gastro pub serving delicious and local food with nine rooms at the back for boutique weekending.
FRESH FRUIT AND VEG MARKET
Selling a good selection of locally grown produce. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday in the town hall.
Delicatessen selling excellent local cheese and chocolate, alongside a café offering fresh, seasonal dishes as well as excellent
A short walk to a beautiful spot ideal for lunch, some fresh air, some brainstorming or a combination of the three.
HARRIET HOLGATE INTERIOR DESIGN
An eye for the quirky and the beautiful, she sells furniture from her showroom and undertakes design projects.
Once the centre for Cromwell’s operations, it’s now a bar, a bistro, Thai restaurant and a great spot for brunch.
TRAVELLING TO THE CENTRE
With such strong road, mainline rail, and airport links, it’s a superb location for business.
From London, take M40 to Junction 6. Watlington is 2 miles away on the 4009
From London Marylebone, the nearest rail station is Princes Risborough (8 miles). From London Paddington, the nearest rail station is Didcot(15 miles)
A taxibus operates between Lewknor and Watlington to meet up with the Oxford Tube, which runs between Oxford and London every 12 minutes
The Ridgeway National Trail runs within half a mile of the town