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Very short one night stay but staff very welcoming and offered me a room upgrade and breakfast . The only issue was with the mini bar in the room which was not stocked and had been turned off for some time .
The hotel is in a superb rural location and has a huge field alongside. The room we were given was on the ground floor with a door that gave direct access out to the field that was great for our dog. There are two disabled parking bays nearest the main entrance and reception with a ramp alongside ...
room and hotel facilities were great, 2 choices of restaurants, both serve good food (actually looks like 1 kitchen serves both restaurants, but different prices).
One night stay in hotel very convenient to M1 Staff especially on reception were friendly and professional. Upgraded my room with grace when asked . Dining room in conservatory could be lovely but decoration and layout dire. Food Perfectly acceptable and cooked breakfast of good quality. Good to ...
Upon turning into the long driveway, you then get to see this ‘Palace’ at the end, which is awe inspiring! It is a beautiful hotel to stay at, with only about 40 rooms. You are made to feel special the minute you walk in. The staff cover every details and nothing is too hard, any request. The main ...
With some of the United Kingdom's most spectacular scenery, Buckinghamshire is a great place to visit - particularly if you're a fan of the Great Outdoors. The Chilterns Hills offer plenty of scope to get your heart-rate up and some fresh air in your lungs, but there are plenty of other attractions for gym bunnies and fitness fans to get to grips with too. Booking into an adventure sport hotel in Buckinghamshire can put you within easy access of some of your favourite sporting attractions or give you the convenience of having all the equipment you need on-site. You'll find a good selection in the county, from boutique B&Bs and luxury establishments, to specialist hotels.
The Bisham Abbey National Sport Centre is a must for any sports fan. Located on the banks of the Thames, what was originally an 18th century manor house has been transformed into one of the UK's most prestigious training centres for athletes. With facilities that include fitness suites, hockey pitches, tennis courts and even a sailing school, visitors are spoilt for choice. Accommodation here is comfortable and contemporary and puts all your sporting needs right on your doorstep.
However, if you prefer to watch sport rather than take part, Buckinghamshire is also home to some of the world's most prestigious racecourses such as Royal Ascot and the Windsor Races. If you want to be close to the action and fancy living it up in first-class accommodation, The Cliveden and the Burnham Beeches hotel ought to be on your list. The Cliveden, built for King Henry VIII, is unashamedly opulent, boasting beautiful gardens, an excellent restaurant and a stunning building. The Burnham Beeches hotel is similarly grand and just a 15-minute drive from either racecourse.
The Thames is a hotbed for water sports and there are various regattas along its banks, offering good food, good wine and some serious sportsmanship. The Compleat Angler in Marlow offers excellent access to the Marlow Regatta - one of the UK's most prestigious domestic regattas, which attracts entrants from across the globe.
Visiting Buckinghamshire gives sports fans plenty to see and do. Booking into a Buckinghamshire adventure sports hotels can help you to make the most of your time away from home.