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Pocket Guide: Buckingham

Mere minutes from the A421 and just over 20 minutes from Milton Keynes, Buckingham is easily accessible and offers plenty to do for families and couples, alike. While it's a small town, it's incredibly picturesque and is cut neatly in two by the winding swirl of the River Ouse. The town centre boasts a number of green areas that only add to its appeal, and you'll find the skyline dominated by the antiquated charm of Georgian architecture. With excellent shopping to be had and a host of attractions nearby, Buckingham draws thousands of tourists each year. Accommodation is abundant, ranging from characterful inns to sleek and contemporary hotels.

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Perhaps Buckingham's most famous attraction is the Old Gaol, which now acts as a museum and chronicles the town's past, from prehistory to the modern day. Visitors can explore the cells and learn about prison life, the early police forces and the area's military history. A fascinating attraction, it is popular with families and historians alike. Nearby, the Best Western Buckingham Hotel offers comfortable accommodation for those travelling with little ones and who want to keep an eye on their budget. A contemporary hotel, it has its own leisure club and is dog-friendly, so you can bring the whole family - your four-legged friend included!

Wide Open Spaces and Family Parks.

Whether you've brought your dog with you or not, there are some great walks to be had in the area around Buckingham. The Buckingham Town trail will see you getting to grips with the town's historical landmarks and noteworthy buildings. However, if you'd prefer to take in the beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside, then the River Great Ouse and Buckingham Canal is an ideal place to go. Chandos Park, just a short walk from the town centre, is a family-centric park, with play areas and a multi-use games area. The White Hart Hotel offers easy access to local attractions and is competitively priced. An impressive Georgian building, it was once an 18th century coach house. Today, it offers stylish surroundings and is situated close to the famous Bicester Shopping Village.

Buckingham is a beautiful part of Buckinghamshire and worth a visit at any time of year. Booking a room in a hotel in Buckingham is the best way to make the most of your stay.

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