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Fox Country Hotel
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Ibstone

High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire

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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.

Situated in woodland at Ibstone Common, only 1.5 miles (2.5 km) from junction 5 of the M40, the Fox Country Inn has a peaceful, relaxing, and yet convenient, location. The beautiful, tranquil setting and easy access to the regionís major roads has made the hotel popular with both business people and weekenders. Guests return time and time again to enjoy the 17th century innís quiet surroundings and pleasant ambience. The bar has the friendly atmosphere of a traditional English inn, with low beams and log fires in winter. The restaurant offers fine dining with traditional meals made with locally sourced produce and the rooms offer high quality contemporary comforts and facilities.

Surrounded by woodland and countryside renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, the Fox Country Inn is a great base from which to explore the surrounding countryside.

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