Maybe you want a mini-break or somewhere to stay for a celebration, these are some of the best Bucks hotels for your delectation.
The Bull Hotel, Gerrards Cross
17th Century 4-star hotel with beautiful, landscaped grounds and award-winning restaurant and bar. They combine warm British hospitality with modern comforts. Facilities include 2 accessible rooms, roll in shower, folded seat, hoist rail, hearing loop system, pillow alarm, flashing fire alarm, assistance dogs allowed, Braille controls & voice notifications in elevators.
Cliveden House Hotel, Taplow
Exceptional historic hotel, specialising in laid-back luxury. Sitting on the Bucks border you will recognise this hotel from many of your favourite films. They have gone to lengths to ensure the hotel is accessible and welcoming to all plus set amongst the stunning Thames and in National Trust grounds; it is a very special place to stay. Facilities include drop off point at front door and full valet parking, porter assistance and ram access, accessible dining in both restaurants (The Astor Grill and The Cliveden Dining Room), accessible public cloakroom and outdoor spaces ie terrace, accessible bedrooms and bathrooms (allergy free bedding available too), assistance dogs welcome, disabled changing room in Health Club, pool hoist for both indoor and outdoor pools, staff trained in disability awareness.
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Marlow
Fancy a stay close to the Thames? This luxurious hotel benefits from a lakeside location within easy reach of local attractions in Windsor and Henley, not to mention the beautiful town of Marlow itself with a vibrant high street and great dining. Eight fully accessible bedrooms are located on the ground floor. Four rooms also benefit from having adjoining rooms for family or carers. Other facilties include door view port at wheelchair level, TDD / text telephone available for guest room use, visual fire alarm notification, vibrating pillows, closed caption TV or decoder available, disabled parking spaces at the front of the hotel, awarded Tourism South East Access for All.
Danesfield House Hotel, near Marlow
Beautiful historic country house hotel located conveniently between Marlow and Henley-On-Thames. Fabulous food, service, and accommodation. Great base to explore Henley, Marlow and Windsor. They have the best afternoon teas, which you can take inside or on the terrace and take in the amazing view. Facilties include two ground floor rooms located in courtyard with ramp access, two ground floor rooms adjacent to garden for assistance dogs, bathroom wet room, toilet and sink lowered, wardrobe height lowered, ramp access to restaurant, pull chords in room, pillow safety device, ground floor restaurant.
De Vere Latimer, Chesham
Manor house dating back to the 12th Century which subsequently a top-secret centre for military intelligence during World War II, where it gained its name as one of Britain's most secret homes. Recently refurbished this hotel combines modern comfort with the original character of the building. It has seven accessible bedroom/bathrooms, accessible dining in Restaurant 1838 in the main house and accessible parking.
The Dinton Hermit, Ford
Beautifully rustic refurbished 17th Century Grade II listed country inn. They offer great food and accommodation and pride themselves in being a pub at the heart of the community. Their barn room is available as a twin or super-king, bathroom wet room, accessible dining and accommodation, accessible parking and dog friendly.
Hartwell House, Aylesbury
Stunning historic hotel set in the beautiful Chilterns. Award winning restaurant and hospitality set in over 90 acres. Facilities include fully accessible bedrooms and bathrooms, accessible entrances with ramps, designated or assisted car parking, visual fire alarm notification and assistance dogs welcome.
Holiday Inn, Aylesbury
A convenient modern but stylish hotel with a restaurant and bar, meeting rooms, gym and spa facilities. Award winning breakfast and kids stay and eat free! Facilities include fully accessible bedrooms and bathrooms, accessible entrances and restrooms, visual fire alarms in bedrooms and guest areas, auditory guidance, emergency cord in bathroom, lower bathroom sink, toilet with grab rails.
Horwood House Hotel, Milton Keynes
Built in 1911, the beautiful Grade II listed Manor House is the focal point, and the birthplace of the famous gardener, Percy Thrower. The house, lily pond and manicured Pytheas Gardens provide a truly stunning backdrop for guests and visitors to enjoy. Facilities include two fully bedrooms and bathrooms, widened door frames, accessible entrances with ramps (lift available), vibrating pillows, fully accessible restaurant, assistance dogs welcome.
The Kings Arms, Amersham
Stunning coaching inn dating from the 1400s offering modern amenities set in a historical building. The hotel has featured in many TV and film productions and once played host to Oliver Cromwell. There is one accessible room that sleeps 3 in a twin room, an accessible bathroom (adapted shower, grab rails, emergency cord) and a wheelchair accessible bedroom.