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Situated in Beaconsfield, this guesthouse is within 9 miles (15 km) of Cliveden House, Eton College and Stanley Spencer Art Gallery. Maidenhead Railway Bridge ...
The Crazy Bear Beaconsfield£127The Crazy Bear Beaconsfield£127
Situated in High Wycombe, this hotel is 3.1 mi (5 km) from West Wycombe Park and within 6 miles (10 km) of Bisham Abbey and Longridge Activity Centre. Stanley ...
Holiday Inn High Wycombe M40, Jct. 4£46Holiday Inn High Wycombe M40, Jct. 4£46
Located just an hour from the centre of London, well served by rail links and with Heathrow, Stansted and Luton airports conveniently located close by, Buckinghamshire is an easy county to get to. The birthplace of Roald Dahl and the home to the TV series, Midsomer Murders, Buckinghamshire also bears the title of 'The Most Filmed County in England.' Packed with historic houses, family attractions and plenty of beautiful, wide-open space, Buckinghamshire is a superb county to visit, whether you're travelling for business or pleasure. Hotels are in plentiful supply, ranging from simple stopovers and characterful inns, to sprawling, luxury spa hotels.
In addition to its impressive film and television credentials, Buckinghamshire is also home to the greatest number of National Trust properties in the country, from stunning areas of countryside to romantic ruins and impressive stately homes. Hotels in Buckinghamshire are equally varied, too. In High Wycombe, you'll find ideal accommodation for the travelling businessman in the form of the Holiday Inn High Wycombe, M40 Jct 4. Located close to one of the main access routes in and out of the county, this hotel offers somewhere comfortable to stay for a night or two, with everything you could need to keep on top of work, such as free WiFi.
However, Buckinghamshire is also home to the Dawnsfield House Hotel and Spa, a stunning country house that has been tastefully converted into a luxury hotel, ideal for couples seeking to steal some time away together or those looking to indulge in some well-earned pampering.
Sporting enthusiasts come to Buckinghamshire to enjoy the white-knuckle thrills on show at Silverstone racing circuit - and even to take part in them. There are many more attractions for those who prefer their attractions to come with a little shot of adrenaline, from the indoor ski slopes and skydiving facilities at Xscape, in Milton Keynes, to the outdoor excitement to be found at Go Ape, in the Black Park Country Park and Wendover Woods.
There are many more less challenging family attractions in the county too, such as the Roald Dahl Museum, the Tiggywinkles hedgehog and wildlife hospital and the chance to charter a boat and explore the river Thames. As a result, there is a wide selection of family friendly hotels that offer excellent accommodation at great rates. The Best Western Garden Court Aylesbury, the Crowne Plaza Hotel Marlowe and the De Vere Venues Latimer Place are well worth investigating if you're visiting the county for an extended stay and are travelling with children.
Shopping is popular with visitors to the area, as Buckinghamshire boats a huge variety of amenities, from high-end shopping centres to unique and independent boutiques and stores. Cornwall Place in Buckingham and Friars Square Shopping Centre in Aylesbury are just two examples of the outstanding shopping areas for dedicated bargain-hunters. If you want to make shopping part of your break in Buckinghamshire, check out hotels such as the conveniently-placed Bull Hotel in Gerard's Cross and the Falcon Inn a little closer to London in leafy Uxbridge.
Buckinghamshire has something for everyone and, with hotels to suit all tastes and budgets, is an excellent county to visit at any time of year.