Chinnor

Chinnor is a large village, more of a town in population and thus with facilities in accordance, on the edge of the Chiltern Hundreds with its own preserved railway as an added attraction... Read More

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Peacock Hotel

Peacock Hotel

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The Peacock, a friendly country inn set at the foot of the beautiful Chilterns in picturesque Henton, near Thame. This is an ideal location for business and leisure guests, with easy access ... More

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The Inn at Emmington

The Inn at Emmington

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Boasting spectacular views over The Chilterns, this traditional countryside inn features 7 en suite rooms and wonderful home-cooked food, complemented by a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, in the delightful village of ... More

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Lakeside Town Farm B&B (1.32 miles)

Lakeside Town Farm B&B

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With a peaceful location, on a 300-acre working farm, surrounded by gorgeous gardens and lakes, this beautiful farmhouse offers unique charm and original character. The Lakeside Town Farm B&B has a wonderful, ... More

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The Cherry Tree (1.36 miles)

The Cherry Tree

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Award winning inn with a reputation for fresh food using local ingredients. We offer four, classically decorated and newly refurbished bedrooms all equipped with LCD TV, hairdryer and tea/coffee facilities, ... More

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The Lambert Arms (2.59 miles)

The Lambert Arms

We are delighted to introduce the new look Lambert Arms! Completely transformed inside, yet retaining its original, historical features, this traditional coaching inn has been caringly restored to its former glory, with a modern twist.

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The Kings Hotel (2.88 miles)

The Kings Hotel
A former 16th Century coaching inn, this privately owned and passionately run boutique hotel is a place where old meets new, with stylish, contemporary accommodation blending seamlessly with historic charm. Surrounded by the picturesque village green, ... More | visit website
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The Crown at Radnage (3.25 miles)

The Crown at Radnage

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The Crown at Radnage is a family run, traditional pub with newly built guest accommodation. It has a large garden to enjoy real ales and classic homemade pub food. Located ... More

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The Red Lion at Longwick (3.27 miles)

The Red Lion at Longwick
The Red Lion at Longwick is a traditional Freehouse, which offers very comfortable, smart rooms as well as a restaurant with an extensive menu and a cosy bar. It is a family run establishment with ... More | visit website
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Rose & Crown Inn (3.37 miles)

Rose & Crown Inn

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The Rose and Crown is close to Princes Risborough and just a few miles from High Wycombe. The place in the Chilterns to eat, to drink, to celebrate, to stay......

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Greenhills Garden Apartment (3.79 miles)

Greenhills Garden Apartment

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Greenhills Garden Apartment is one apartment that sleeps up to 4 people it is set in the heart of the Chiltern Countryside with outstanding views.It is ideally situated for both ... More

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Fox Country Hotel (4.39 miles)

Fox Country Hotel

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In the heart of the Chiltern Hills, with an idyllic location in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, this 300-year-old country inn offers stylish, modern accommodation with contemporary facilities.

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Coverpoint B&B (4.68 miles)

Coverpoint B&B

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The Coverpoint B&B is located in the village of Haddenham on the Bucks/Oxon border. Easy access to Chiltern line trains to London and Birmingham, from Haddenham and Thame Parkway Station, ... More

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