Book an unforgettable stay at a luxury hotel in Buckinghamshire, a county famed for its picturesque Chiltern Hills and affluent medieval market settlements.
Luxury Hotels with Outstanding Hospitality
Whichever luxury hotel you book, you will have a highly experienced, dedicated hospitality team at your service. Benefit from 24-hour room service, request an early check-in or late check-out, or book a personal training session so you can easily stay on top of your fitness regime. One of the finest accommodation establishments in Buckinghamshire is Stoke Park, an immaculate four star palatial mansion that surrounds 300 acres of attractive grounds and is under 10 miles from Heathrow Airport.
Famous for Waddesdon Manor
This is one of Britain's best-preserved Neo-Renaissance country homes, an opulent Victorian mansion that wouldn't look out of place in the Loire Valley of France! It was built for the wealthy Rothschild family, and is now one of the most visited houses owned by the National Trust.
Explore the manor's elegant gardens designed by the famous French landscaper Elie Lainé, and head inside to admire the magnificent artworks that were collected by the Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild. This attraction is easily accessible from all luxury Buckinghamshire hotels via the A41 and the nearby M40.
Buckinghamshire: The Home of an Acclaimed Children's Writer
For more than three decades, the quaint village of Great Missenden was the home of Roald Dahl, who was one of the most prominent children's writers of the 20th Century, famous for beloved classics such as 'Matilda' and 'James and the Giant Peach'. To learn more about his life, visit the village's Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, which exhibits many of his personal artefacts and celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2015
Go Cycling or Hiking on the Chilterns
The Chiltern Hills has long been a favoured cycling and hiking destination thanks to its gently rolling slopes and good transport links to London. Its highest point is 267-metre Haddington Hill, near the Buckinghamshire-Hertfordshire border, which has even been nicknamed the 'Chiltern Summit'. You can also find several luxury hotels within or just outside the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.