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Hotels in High Wycombe

Kings Arms Hotel
Berkhamsted
High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire

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A 17th-century former 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, the hotel is centrally located in Stokenchurch, High Wycombe. The convenient location, just off junction 5 of the M40, means the hotel is easy to find. London and Oxford are within easy reach and you can enjoy great shopping in the new Eden Centre in High Wycombe.

Smart and chic, the contemporary interiors are an elegant combination of neutral tones, clean lines, dark woods and sleek furnishings. All of the beautifully appointed rooms have en suite Italian marble bathrooms.
Free wireless internet access is available throughout the hotel.
The stylish Kings Restaurant offers an ever-evolving menu, with dishes made using only the finest, freshest seasonal ingredients. Guests can also enjoy a snack at the bar or a drink accompanied by live sport shown on the TV. The hotel boasts comfortable lounges and a well-equipped fitness suite. Free on-site parking is available.

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