Quaint, quiet and quite stunning – Great Missenden is a beautiful well-kept little town in The Chilterns. Surrounded by rolling hills and fabulous countryside, Great Missenden is truly a sight for sore eyes. For walkers, the town and its environs offers everything from relaxing strolls to adventurous woodland and countryside hikes – or, if you’re more of a cyclist, then try out the tracks in the Chilterns.
Inglenook cottage is a beautiful period cottage in the sleepy village of Lee Common, in the shadow of the Chiltern Hills.The cottage is situated in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty so there are plenty of stunning walks and rides on bike or horse
"The Barn" is a 4 star luxury period barn conversion on a working farm. This rural holiday cottage in Buckinghamshire stands in its own grounds enjoying peace, quiet and privacy. Lower Bassibones Farm is located on the outskirts of Lee Common near Great Missenden. Pets welcome!
There are also plenty of interesting nearby towns such as Amersham and Little Missenden. Follow The Thames through the Chilterns and finish up in the capital, London. Great Missenden was also home to the great writer Roald Dahl for thirty-six years. Relive these years and do the Roald Dahl trail through the town, visiting the Museum dedicated to his work and explore the superb stories that Dahl wrote over the years. Experience Missenden culture and take a look round the great Abbey; the incredible architecture is one of a kind and not to be missed – or take a trip to Henley-on-Thames and take part in the annual arts and music festival or take a riverside seat at one of the many regattas on the River.