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The Cotswold Luxury Manor Lodge with Hot Tub & Games Barn
sleeps 22
number of bedrooms7
number of bathrooms6
6 dogs allowed 6
Features
open fire
games room
enclosed garden
Weekly price: £4200 - £8400
Short breaks: minimum 1 night(s)
The Cotswold Luxury Manor Hall with Hot Tub & Games Barn
sleeps 24
number of bedrooms9
number of bathrooms6
6 dogs allowed 6
Features
wood burner
open fire
games room
enclosed garden
Weekly price: £5800 - £6700
Short breaks: minimum 1 night(s)
The Cotswold Luxury Manor Grange with Hot Tub & Games Barn
sleeps 18
number of bedrooms6
number of bathrooms5
6 dogs allowed 6
Features
games room
enclosed garden
Weekly price: £3600 - £5400
Short breaks: minimum 1 night(s)
Newmarket Cottage
Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, , England
sleeps 8
number of bedrooms4
number of bathrooms4
no dogs allowed
Features
open fire
garden
own swimming pool
four poster bed
Weekly price: £1554 - £5051
Short breaks: minimum 1 night(s)
Quality Awards: gold award, silver award
Ashdene 4 Star Gold Award Winning Holiday House with Indoor Pool
sleeps 14
number of bedrooms6
number of bathrooms4
2 dogs allowed 2
Features
wood burner
open fire
games room
enclosed garden
own swimming pool
sauna
wheelchair accessible
Weekly price: £2800 - £3850
Short breaks: minimum 2 night(s)
Quality Awards: gold award

A luxury cottage holiday in Buckinghamshire will probably best suit those looking for a taste of country life.  This county has plenty to offer for family getaways or romantic breaks including National Trust historical houses, the riverside appeal of the Thames in parts and charming picturesque villages.  Experience the best of country living with a visit to Buckinghamshire, explore the country footpaths of the Chiltern Hills, cycle or may be enjoy a bit of horse riding? 

 

Discover Beautiful Buckinghamshire on a Luxury Cottage Break

You can discover a wealth of impressive country houses with glorious gardens and amazing histories here as well as family attractions and great opportunities to get out in the fresh air. There are some fabulous and exciting attractions to enjoy including stunning National Trust properties, (Buckinghamshire actually boasts the most in the country) the spectacular Roald Dahl trail and the Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway.

Buckinghamshire’s best known attraction may be the National Trust’s Cliveden, for some, the best National Trust Country House in Bucks.  With extensive formal gardens, a maze and walks by the river, Cliveden makes for a memorable day out.  Visit for more information about the house’s history and to learn more about the Profumo Affair . 

Walkers will find the county a paradise with 2,500 miles worth of public rights of way, national trails and acres of the Chilterns to explore. You can even enjoy a luxury evening out and visit one of the wonderful theatres in the county for a comedy, musical or opera.

 

Top Villages and Towns to Visit on a Cottage Holiday in Buckinghamshire

There are lots of great places to discover on a luxury break in Buckinghamshire but we’ve highlighted some of the best in our view.

 

  • West Wycombe – this village is utterly charming with a wealth of historical buildings mostly belonging to the National Trust.  The village is notable for the impressive Mausoleum which stands high on the hill, the haunted Hellfire caves underneath and the West Wycombe Park Country House on the edge of the village.  There is so much to recommend this village but you will just have to visit to discover it for yourself!
  • Wendover- this beautiful market town is located near to the Chiltern Hills.  With gift shops, restaurant, pubs and cafes this town offers plenty of facilities.  There is an excellent delicatessen and a wonderful chocolate café which sells delicious handmade chocolates.  Wendover Woods is located close by and is a fun place for all the family.  This forest has various cycle trails, footpaths, a cafe and a children’s adventure playground.  Go Ape also have a site at this forest.
  • Buckingham - the county town and a picturesque place with a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants.  Buckingham has a fascinating Old Gaol, which is home to the Tourist Information Centre as well as a museum.   The National Trust’s Stowe Landscape Gardens are just 3 miles from Buckingham and are an excellent place for idyllic country walks.
  • Marlow – this town deserves a special mention by virtue of its location by the River Thames.  What’s more, it is a pretty town with historical buildings, good shopping and an attractive riverside park.
  • Waddesdon – this village is situated not too far from Aylesbury and is undoubtedly best known for Waddesdon Manor.  This National Trust country house is impressive and features wonderful gardens along with an excellent restaurant.


Families with children may also want to visit the award winning Roald Dahl Museum in Great Missenden.  Another family friendly attraction is Gulliver’s Land at Milton Keynes, a family theme park. 

Whether you stay in a pet-friendly luxury cottage or a romantic retreat, have a fabulous time in Buckinghamshire.

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