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Top recommendations from locals

Museum
“From 1768 to 1786 was the home of William Cowper, renowned 18th century poet. Walk back in time through rooms featuring numerous personal artefacts and belongings. Discover William’s comic sense of humour, the highs and lows in his life and his love of gardening and animals – especially his pet hares. Discover how his friend John Newton’s life and personal experience inspired him to write the world’s most famous hymn ‘Amazing Grace’ here in Olney. Find out about his time as a slave ship captain, as a captive himself; how he became curate of the parish church, his involvement in the abolition of slavery and his spiritual influence on William Wilberforce.”
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“This stunning Grade II listed building is named after the Olney Cherry Fair that takes place each summer in June and dates back to a time when the town produced a large, annual, commercial cherry crop from the vast orchards that surrounded the area. Open every day from 8am, serving food and drinks throughout. With an emphasis on Mediterranean inspired, freshly cooked food. A broad range of cocktails, craft beers, fine wines, gins and spirits.”
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Meal Takeaway
“ituated in the heart of the picturesque town of Olney, the maya offers exquisite contemporary Indian cuisine served in an elegant marble-floored dining area with subdued lighting and subtle authentic Indian background music designed to create an elegant dining experience.”
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Route
“The first Sunday of every month sees a farmers market in Olney, which is packed full of delicious goodies from providers all over the south east”
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“Teapots is a traditional tea rooms in a vintage style situated in the lovely market town of Olney in Bucks. Come along and enjoy a full range of good old fashioned home made food including breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea”
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“The grade 2 listed building built in 1651 has been home to a Bakers, Chinese Restaurant, Florist and most recently the cafe "Beans" until the Donaldson family took over in May 2016. Opening the Olney Pancake Parlour has been a long-standing dream of the Donaldson family. For a long while they had been aware of the important link between Olney and pancakes and knew there was a gap on Olney’s Market Place for a pancake destination. The Donaldson's, who have lived in Olney since 1995, wanted locals and visitors to be able to enjoy pancakes in Olney all year round, instead of just on our annual Pancake Race Day.”
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“great food and bar and this is where most of the locals hang out early evening.”
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“great chinese food, beautiful ambience if you like to eat in. my favourite chinese restaurant in town”
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“A beautiful, traditional village pub, serving great food & real ales in Weston Underwood, Olney, Buckinghamshire”
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“A former 17th century coaching inn, now a Pub & Restaurant with Rooms. In the centre of Olney, overlooking the Market Place, we sit at the heart of the local community; a great spot to watch the world go by.”
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“Annapurna Sanctuary Day Spa is a dedicated Elemis treatment centre specialising in massage , facials and body wraps. Elemis trained and experienced therapists provide a range of wonderful relaxing treatments to revitalise and envigorate. Elemis is the No 1 British Spa and Skincare brand and has led the way in innovative professional therapies and superior formulations for over 20 years. The successful fusion of natural ingredients , with cutting edge technology has made the Elemis range the choice of over 1500 elite salons and spas worldwide.”
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Locality
“Olney is a very picturesque town with a wide High Street and a central Market Place which serves as parking for our range of shops. It's a lovely place to walk around too - lots of characterful houses and picture perfect cottages and countryside close by with walks down to the river that flows through the south end of the town. It's most famous for its Pancake Race which takes place every Shrove Tuesday (usually March) and has been held every year since 1445. The hymn 'Amazing Grace' was also written here by John Newton - a former slaver who became a primary campaigner against the slave trade. The Market Place, with its great range of shops, cafes, award winning pubs and restaurants, Post Office, supermarket and some fab charity shops, is a two minute walk away. Make a bit of time to explore the hidden 'courts' too - these are the converted medieval yards behind some of the buildings. Rose Court is the largest, with restaurants, shops and a florists in a beautiful stone yard. You enter via an alley off the Market Place - look for the cut-out sign on the wall. The original arched entrance is now the shop 'Lily T' - fabulous for clothes, shoes and jewellery - and you can still see the original brick arch. The High Street (A509) is a lovely walk. The road and pavements are extraordinarily wide due to a culverted river running under the length of the street. There are a further range of shops and restaurants along the length of the High Street but most are clustered near the Market Place. Best Fish and Chips come from Enzo's - which is about 150 yards from us. They do a gluten free night once a month. Olney has a regular calendar of festivals - including the famous Pancake Race. There is also a regular Big Olney Food Festival, the Dickens of a Christmas and a number of smaller fairs, musical concerts and events. The dates for these tend to be slightly moveable but do look them up online - they're all worth going to! There are some great walks - two minutes in the opposite direction to the Market Place and you are in the countryside. There's a lovely level walk down to the Victorian Swimming Steps on the River Ouse - where you can still bathe in the river. Bring a cossie! There's also Emberton Park just down the High Street and across the bridge which has a wonderful circular walk - and opportunities for outdoor gym - around the lakes. If you want bright lights and modern surroundings, Milton Keynes is about ten miles away. MK is an experience in itself - as it's one of the few towns in the UK which is entirely modern, yet it has a mystical heart as the main street, Midsummer Boulevard, lines up with the path of the rising sun on midsummer day. In fact one of the original - and continuing - philosophies around the building of Milton Keynes was the provision of facilities for people - so you will find lots to do and loads of easy parking.There's a great theatre, art gallery and museum - plus things like an indoor snow slope, climbing walls, gym, spa, bowling, nightclubs and, of course, shopping. Even in the main shopping centre, there's a huge hall just outside John Lewis' where there are often exhibitions and activities. Again, Google this as it changes all the time. ”
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