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A 10 minute walk from the city center of Great Missenden is the Nag’s Head Hotel, a 4-star, 15th-century inn. Guests can enjoy contemporary-styled interiors, Anglo-French fusion cuisine and free... Excellent food especially the breakfast which was exceptional.
Offering a terrace and views of the garden, Mayertorne Cottage is located 2.5 mi from Wendover in the Buckinghamshire Region, 30 mi from London. Free private parking is available on site. The location of this lovely property was perfect and the welcome from Antony was warm and friendly. He was the perfect host and we enjoyed lively chats over his beautiful breakfasts. We enjoyed meeting Felicity and we would certainly recommend this delightful property and hosts to anyone in this area.
Located in Wendover, 24 miles from Windsor, Hale House has a shared lounge and free WiFi. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental breakfast. Cycling can be enjoyed nearby. The host was very kind and took care of us perfectly. The accommodation was awesome and breakfast delicious.
Buckinghamshire and The Chitons is a lovely area of outstanding natural beauty but you will have to ignore the ‘workings’ of the proposed High Speed Rail HS2. Lots to see, lots to do, great food and independent shops along with the usual big supermarkets.
we only stayed there to visit somewhere else nearby, the village looked lovely with lots of well reviewed eateries. We really only did a drive through on a couple of occasions as opposed to visiting properly but it did look nice and looked well worth a full weekend visit in the future.
Quite a nice village. Black Horse pub pleasant but unfortunately kitchen was closed during my visit. Cross Keys overpriced for basic cuisine, 12.5% service charge was unexpected. Co-op well stocked and in centre of village.
Fabulous setting in the Cotswolds with beautiful baronial hall and fabulous grounds to walk and relax. 40 minutes from London by train and step into a world of solitude, relaxation and peace immortalised by its most famous resident, Roald Dahl. A hidden treasure.
A sweet little town/village. Friendly locals and a really good spot from which to take several good walking trails. A good little selection of eating places, and the Roadl Dahl museum seemed really popular with kids (I didn't go in but bought something from the gift shop).
Fabulous cooking, nice choice at breakfast and highly recommend dinner if you want good nosh with a nice wine list to match. Small bar with good beer too. Accommodation on the first floor is as you would expect for an old inn, a bit cramped and accessibility could be difficult for some. Fine for a short stay. Friendly, attentive staff.
Excellent food especially the breakfast which was exceptional.