The hotel grounds were very pleasant. The room was on the small side but clean and comfortable. The staff were helpful and the breakfast very good.
Beautifully refurbished rooms. Very thoughtful team who made me feel welcome and relaxed. Special mention to Michael who checked my arrival time and entry requirements. Very cosy pub downstairs with good range of wine by the glass. Excellent menu - recommend the trout in beetroot beure ...
The house was perfect for us. It has everything you need and John is great. It's lovely and quiet so if you are using it to visit London you can head back to peace and quiet. We'd planned to visit LEGOLAND and Harry Potter tours and it's central to both and easy to get to both. Local amenities are ...
Was there only for the night. Room was comfortable and the bathroom was large but in need of updating. Cannot complain for the price which also included a cooked breakfast.
Our recent stay here was amazing, we will definitely be returning. 5 star without a doubt. Susannah made us feel very welcome and she is a wonderful host. The property was beautiful and decor was so well thought out, so much attention to detail. From the moment we arrived to the moment we left we ...
Great location, wonderful ambience and superb breakfast.
It is an old building but the facilities are all of modern quality.
The owner, Kerry (as opposed to the person who checked us in), is warm and welcoming. It is a popular little pub and truly authentic. We had a nice room at the back, with authentic beams, overlooking the lovely yard where we often sat with a tea or beer or glass of wine. Breakfast was very good with ...
Roald Dahl was one of Buckinghamshire's most famous inhabitants and, if you're visiting the county with children, make some time to visit the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre. Dahl's books have encouraged readers and inspired writers for decades and your little ones are sure to be enchanted by visiting the museum which, as the legend over the front of the building says, is "swizzfiggingly flushbunkingly gloriumptious"! There's some gloriumptious accommodation in the area too, whether you're looking for a simple base, a well-appointed guesthouse or self-catering apartments.
More than just a series of exhibits, the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre is an interactive experience. While there's plenty to see, such as Dahl's giant ball of chocolate wrappers and the petrol pumps from Danny, Champion of the World, there's even more to do including dressing up, story-telling and animal trails. Great Missenden is relatively rural and short on hotels. However, just 15 minutes' away you'll find High Wycombe, where there are some excellent hotels for those wishing to keep the costs down. The Wendover Arms, Chris's Motel and the Holiday Inn High Wycombe M4 Jct4 offer comfortable rooms, at great rates.
If your family's on the larger side, self-catering apartments offer an excellent alternative to the traditional hotel. The Buckingham Apartment, in High Wycombe, offers the chance to cook for yourselves and gives you more freedom than other accommodation. Self-serviced, there's no need to worry about turning the beds or dusting and, despite their luxurious feel, the apartments offer a cost-effective solution for larger families. In addition, they are particularly spacious, with more than enough room for you and your little Oompa Loompas!
However, if you like the idea of a home-from-home - but without having to cook, the Glade End Guest House is an award-winning B&B, with all the little extras that make you feel comfortable. Their breakfasts are something to behold; possibly even a challenge for Augustus Gloop!
The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre holds appeal for readers and Dahl-fans of all ages. Book into a hotel nearby and ensure that the story of your holiday in Buckinghamshire is one that's told over and over again.
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