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Situated in the historical district, this historic hotel is 0 mi (0 km) from Amersham Museum and within 6 miles (10 km) of Milton's Cottage and Little Chalfont ...
Situated in Amersham, this bed & breakfast is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Amersham Museum and within 6 miles (10 km) of Milton's Cottage and Little Chalfont Golf Club. ...
Situated in a rural location, this romantic hotel is within 3 miles (5 km) of Little Chalfont Golf Club, Chenies Manor and Chesham and Leyhill Golf Club. Chorleywood ...
You'll find the historic market town of Amersham just 15 minutes' drive from the M25 and a stone's throw from the A413. With its roots extending back as far as the 8th century, Amersham is full of fascinating things to see and do. And with plenty of family-friendly attractions nearby, it's an ideal destination for those who want to see Buckinghamshire at its best.
The town is split into two halves: Amersham itself and Old Amersham, which is where the first settlement was made. Each half offers superb shopping, from high-end fashion to independent stores and regular markets. Accommodation in Amersham is as varied as the shops on offer, ranging from timber-beamed B&Bs, to historic coaching inns that practically crackle with character.
Amersham's history is best explored in the Amersham Museum. An award-winning museum set in a 15th century building, this is the perfect attraction for those with families or history buffs. There's enough hands-on entertainment to keep little ones interested, while adults will appreciate the various exhibitions that detail the town's past. Many of the hotels in Amersham are close to the museum, making it easy to get to and giving you plenty of time to explore the area. The Crown, The Saracens Head and The Chequers hotel all offer comfortable accommodation, with convenient access to local amenities.
Sycamore Street is the site for Amersham Market; a hotspot for bargain hunters and retail therapists. Here, you'll find everything from local produce to cosmetics and even a stall where you can replace and repair broken spectacles! Although not a large market, it has a warm and welcoming atmosphere and is an easy way to pass some time in pleasant surroundings. If you're visiting the area to take advantage of the fabulous shopping on offer, you'll find some excellent B&Bs, such as the The Potters Arms, which make an ideal base from which to explore the area.
However, if you want to make your stay a memorable one, you'll even find the occasional five star hotel in Amersham. Once a 15th Century coaching inn, the Kings Arms offers exquisite accommodation and is filled with reminders of its historic past.
Amersham is a beautiful part of Buckinghamshire and worth visiting at any time of year. Booking into a hotel in the tow can help you get the most from your stay.