Relax at The Wheatleys, the oldest house in Chalfont St Peter, dates back to 1650. A warm welcome and comfortable stay awaits you.
The Wheatleys, the oldest surviving house in Chalfont St Peter, nestles in the Misbourne Valley in the Chiltern Hills, a Domesday village, in South Buckinghamshire.
Steeped in history, The Wheatleys dates back to 1650. With stunning views over the valley, it is ideal for walking the Chiltern Way and the South Bucks Way which are on our doorstep. Milton’s Cottage, Jordans and the Chiltern Open Air Museum are nearby as are a host of National Trust properties, such as Cliveden.
The house is very atmospheric and a calming place to relax in. The stylish bedrooms have original features, comfortable king size beds, en-suite, workspace and wifi.
Our breakfasts are healthy style with freshly squeezed juices, ground coffee, teas, fresh fruit salad and compote, local yoghurt, niche mueslis and granolas, artisan breads and croissants with home-made Pink House jams and marmalade.