Buckinghamshire is full of unique accommodation to make your stay as comfortable as if you were in your own home. Cosy cottages, historic barns and houses with immaculate gardens - Bucks has it all!
Inglenook Cottage, Great Missenden
Inglenook Cottage in Great Missenden gets its name from the cosy inglenook fireplace. This cottage is fitted with everything you need from a sunny south facing conservatory to a luxury bathroom. This cottage accommodates a maximum of four guests.
The Old Rectory, Vale of Aylesbury
This elegant Georgian house in the Vale of Aylesbury can cater up to seven guests. This house is set in two acres of beautiful gardens which are in the grounds of Hartwell House. While staying at The Old Rectory you have full use of the Spa, indoor pool and tennis courts at Hartwell House making this a truly luxury stay!
Chiltern Yurt Retreat
If you are looking for a truly unique stay then you must book your accomodation at Chiltern Yurt Retreat. Located in Wendover this quirky experience is perfect for a family adventure, girly get away or a couples treat! Chiltern Yurt Retreat will make your visit to Buckinghamshire, unforgetable!
The Barn at Lower Bassibones
The Barn at Lower Bassibones Farm is a beautiful restored barn which is now self-catering accommodation for 5 guests. Including a secluded garden and large patio area perfect to use the BBQ in the summer. You are close to the lovely town of Great Missenden where Roald Dahl lived and wrote for 36 years. You can even visit the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre to find out more about him and his work.
Harvest Moon Barn, Steeple Claydon
Harvest Moon Barn is set in a spectacular ‘hideaway’ position with panoramic views overlooking rolling English countryside – enjoy peace and tranquillity and still be conveniently placed for visiting numerous places of interest. The barn is situated in Steeple Claydon which is a short drive from Bicester and Buckingham which are home to some great attractions. Not far from the barn is the beautiful National Trust house, Claydon Manor a perfect day trip.
The Chequers Inn at Wooburn
Steeped in history, The Chequers Inn at Wooburn is a 17th-century coaching-inn, full of charm and style. It is idyllically tucked away in the beautiful Chilterns, only 24 miles outside of London. It is close to both High Wycombe and Beaconsfield and is also ideally situated near the Thameside towns of Windsor, Henley and Marlow. Down the road is Odds Farm Park, a fantastic family day out to see a variety of different animals.
Old Rose Cottage, Turville
The cottage dates back to the 16th century and it has been recently renovated to provide all comforts whilst preserving its character. It is open all year round and provides 4-star self-catering accommodation for up to 4 people. The cottage is situated in Turville, a cosy village where ‘The Vicar of Dibley’ was filmed. You are in the heart of the Chilterns so are surrounded by beautiful walks and breath-taking views.