BOOK BEACONSFIELD HOTELS

Featured Destination

February 2018: Land of the Prince Bishops

County Durham is not perhaps well-known as a tourist destination, that very fact surely making it worth visiting, but it does enjoy a wealth of ...More
More Uk destinations

Hotels in Beaconsfield

Crazy Bear Hotel
Wycombe End
Beaconsfield
Buckinghamshire

HP9 1LX | View map

Write a review
update this listing
Book Now

More Information

Elaborate luxury and flamboyance in a traditional setting, just minutes from J2 M40 and less than half an hour by train from London Marylebone. The oldest documented building in Beaconsfield has been meticulously restored and dramatically redesigned, with uninhibited creativity and uncompromised attention to detail. There are two bars, an English restaurant, Thai restaurant, five private dining rooms, six meeting rooms, terraces, swimming pool, jacuzzi and traditional Thai massage. Ten individually designed bedroom suites all have copper baths that fill from the ceiling, separate shower en-suites, touch control mood lighting, individual temperature control, and automatically lit suede lined wardrobes. Some have open fire places, and top floor suites in the main building have spectacular lantern lit beamed vaulted ceilings.

Details

Number Ensuite: 10
For an instant Currency convertor Click here

Restaurant

Travel Help

Local Car Hire
Book Train Tickets
Book a Taxi

Facilities

Parking
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Children Welcome
Licensed
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Building of Historic Interest
Swimming Pool
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities
Garden

This page viewed on 3,779 occasions since 3rd February 2010

Brit Quote:
Happiness is not a possession to be prized, it is a quality of thought, a state of mind. - Daphne du Maurier
More Quotes

On this day:
Battle of Bramham Moor - 1408, Treaty of Westminster signed - 1674, First Man Utd Match at Old Trafford - 1910, 1st episode of Eastenders - 1985, Cocker's Contempt for Jackson at Brits - 1996
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages