The Hall is located in the middle of the delightful village of Quainton which lies to the northwest of Aylesbury.
Car journey times: Aylesbury 15 minutes, Milton Keynes 30 minutes, Bicester (M40) 20 minutes. Chiltern Railways operate a 58 minute service from London Marylebone to Aylesbury/ the new Aylesbury Vale Parkway and services from Birmingham and the north to Bicester North and Haddenham Parkway.
There is an hourly bus service from Aylesbury (Red Rose No 16) which also calls at the new Aylesbury Vale Parkway railway station (13 minute journey time to the hall). Taxis are available at AVP station with a journey distance of 4 miles.
Quainton is situated in Buckinghamshire, 2 miles north of the A41 near Waddesdon, between Aylesbury and Bicester.
For Sat Nav please use the postcode HP22 4BW.
Exit Aylesbury on the A41 (signposted Banbury). After 4 miles pass through Fleet Marston (Hunters Farm Centre on your right). Shortly after you will see large ornamental gates ahead on the left (to Waddesdon Manor). These gates sit on a staggered crossroads. Turn right to Quainton. Pass Blackberry Farm RSPCA and shortly after turn left at the crossroads to Quainton. Enter the village, pass the Green on your right and shortly after turn left into Station Road. You will see the Hall immediately on your right.
From Bicester /M40 Junction 9
Exit M40 junction 9, head for Bicester. Turn right at the first roundabout onto the A41 signposted Aylesbury. Follow A41 for approx 12 miles. Take the next left after passing the Ashenden turning, signposted Quainton. Follow the road into the village centre. The Hall is on the left just before the T-junction
From Thame / M40 Junction 8/ A40
From junction follow signs to Thame. Pick up signs on the ring road to Long Crendon. After passing over speed humps in this village turn right at the mini roundabout towards Chearsley. In Chearsley turn left to Waddesdon (physically a straight on as the road turns sharply). Continue on this road until you come to the staggered crossroads mentioned in the Aylesbury directions above. Cross over (dogleg) to pick up these directions.