Relax in a Buckinghamshire self-catering holiday cottage, an excellent way to enjoy a week-long or weekend break in this attractive corner of southern England. This ancient county is blessed with miles of historic bluebell and beech woods - perfect for walks and picnics. Book a cottage holiday for a weekend or a whole week - you won't be short of places to visit, with so many woodland walks to enjoy and grand country houses to explore.
Buckinghamshire also has many towns worth visiting. For days out, visit Beaconsfield with its famous model village or leafy Great Missenden and its Roald Dahl Museum. Bustling High Wycombe has a modern theatre, the Swan, promoting plays and concerts with top names. Buckinghamshire is also home to the most National Trust properties in England, such as Waddesdon Manor, often described as a 'fairytale house' built in a French chateau style. Other houses to put on your Buckinghamshire bucket list are Ascott House near Leighton Buzzard, Cleyden near Buckingham, Cliveden in Taplow and Benjamin Disraeli's Victorian home of Hughenden.
The Botanist’s Clock is an architecturally stylish romantic cottage sitting at the heart of a grand 100-acre estate near Hedsor in the Home Counties. The sophisticated rural cottage offers manicured gardens, an elegant interior with vibrant and playful colours, plus garden views and urban chic.