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Buckinghamshire hotel guide. Independent hotels in Buckinghamshire, England

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Pocket Guides: Independent Hotels in Buckinghamshire

If you prefer the homeliness and traditional charm of a boutique hotel rather than the slightly corporate anonymity of a chain, Buckinghamshire has a great selection of independent hotels for you to choose from. Since the construction of the railways in the Victorian period, this county has been popular with many London commuters, and is home to some of the most luxurious residential properties in the country.

Independent Buckinghamshire Hotels with Great Hospitality

One of the main advantages of choosing an independent hotel is that they offer a more intimate atmosphere where staff can be more attentive to each guest. Many independent hotels also have restaurants where you can indulge in delicious meals made using long-standing family recipes that you wouldn't find anywhere else!

Enjoy WiFi at Most Independent Hotels

Virtually all independent hotels in Buckinghamshire provide WiFi access so you can easily check your emails and train times, and stay in touch with family and friends on Skype. Often, this service will be available in all rooms and most public areas free of charge or for a small additional supplement.

Places to Visit Near Independent Hotels in Buckinghamshire

For some unforgettable views, spend some time at the Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with an extensive network of well-marked cycling and walking trails. This glorious landscape is perhaps best visited around late April or early May, when you can see the ground beneath some of its woodlands transform into a flamboyant carpet of bluebells.

Visit the Spellbinding Hellfire Caves

On the southern fringes of the Chilterns, close to West Wycombe, the Hellfire Caves is a fascinating network of man-made caverns that were built out of flint and chalk and are up to 400 metres deep. They were not discovered until the Georgian period and were allegedly created for mining before becoming an exclusive meeting point for the Hellfire Club, a group of high society friends, until the 1760s.

A number of independent hotels in Buckinghamshire offer flexible check-in and check-out times in case you intend to arrive or depart outside of the standard times. Many also have left luggage facilities so you can safely store your baggage and enjoy more sightseeing time.