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Address : The Old Barn, Twyford Wharf, Banbury OX17 3JN
By Road : 'The Old Barn' at Twyford Wharf is situated between the villages of Kings Sutton and Adderbury, off Junction 11 of the M40. If you approach Twyford Wharf from Adderbury we are on the left as you come down the hill just before the canal bridge. If you approach via Kings Sutton we are immediately on the right as you cross the canal bridge. Please drive in and park on the gravel hard standing immediately inside the gate off the main road. On the other side of the road to us is Twilight Caravan Park.
By Rail : Kings Sutton railway Station is 1.5 miles away , only just over an hour from London Marylebone Station Banbury railway Station is 4 miles away
By Air : Birmingham Airport is 46 miles Heathrow London is 104 miles
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Taxis : Taxis: Adderburys Spencer Cars 01295 810172 http://www.spencercars.co.uk/, Kings Sutton Cars 01295 811607 http://www.kingssuttoncars.co.uk/
Groceries : Large Sainsburys supermarket within 2 miles. Banbury town centre is 3 miles with many shops.
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