Buckinghamshire is the perfect year-round destination for memorable short breaks and day trips. With its chocolate box villages, historic towns, quality attractions and stunning countryside along with its cosy pubs.
The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre is a unique place that celebrates the stories and legacy of Roald Dahl.
Inspired by the rolling Chiltern Hills, the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre can be found in the heart of Aylesbury.
Bekonscot Model Village and Railway is the world’s oldest and original model village, opening for the first time in 1929.
Enjoy our most popular package including accommodation, dinner and breakfast.
Further saving of 10% on the Village price
Get 10% off our Explorer, Adventure or Extreme climbs and packages when booked online. Use coupon code VB10 at checkout.
4 AA Star Hotel in the heart of the Georgian village of Woburn, part of The Woburn Abbey Estate
from £150.00 per night
Proud of our luxury Buckinghamshire based accommodation, our 32 rooms have been designed to reflect the period charm of the house.
from £99.00 per night
Grade II listed hotel in the heart of Buckingham town centre.
from £39.00 per night
Our seasonal menus use fresh local ingredients to produce modern European dishes.
Craft Microbrewery in High Wycombe Town Centre
Tour & tasting experiences at Bucks Star Beer; a solar-powered microbrewery brewing live beers using organic malts & no added sugars.
Visit Buckinghamshire’s best museums during the summer holidays and learn something new today!
There is nothing better than going for a fresh weekend walk, especially when its in the beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside.
The must-see manors in Buckinghamshire and the Chilterns.
Fancy unleashing your creativity in one of Buckinghamshire’s wonderful workshops?
Midsomer Murders is one of Buckinghamshire’s greatest successes, spend a day following in DCI Barnaby's footsteps.
Discover Buckinghamshire's numerous canals that can be found right on your doorstep!
Here are some of our closest neighbours
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