Cottages in Buckinghamshire

If you are looking for an area that drives the imagination and delivers food and drink options, then this is the destination for you. Home to one of the UK's most celebrated children's authors, the Roald Dahl Museum will help fire your little ones' imaginations and inspire them as budding authors. If the adults in your group are looking for quality drink options then a visit to a vineyard or distillery can be had here as well. Along with some beautiful walks, cosy pubs serving great locally produced meals, free museums and animal parks, what more could you want for your break, whether that is short or long? Discover this AONB at your own pace from one of our cottages in Buckinghamshire.

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This county in southeast England offers a mix of historic sites, cultural attractions, and beautiful countryside. Here are the top five things to see and do in Buckinghamshire:

  1. Bletchley Park: Explore Bletchley Park, a historic site where codebreakers played a crucial role during World War II. Discover the history of cryptography, visit the Enigma machine, and explore the captivating exhibitions.

  2. Waddesdon Manor: Visit Waddesdon Manor, a magnificent French Renaissance-style château. Explore its opulent interiors, extensive art collection, and stunning gardens designed by landscape architect Capability Brown.

  3. Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre: Immerse yourself in the world of the beloved author at the Roald Dahl Museum in Great Missenden. Engage with interactive exhibits, learn about his creative process, and explore his stories.

  4. Chiltern Hills: Enjoy the scenic beauty of the Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Take leisurely walks or bike rides through picturesque villages, rolling hills, and woodlands.

  5. Hughenden Manor: Discover Hughenden Manor, the former home of Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. Explore its Victorian interiors, wander through the beautiful gardens, and learn about Disraeli's life and legacy.

Bonus: Explore the charming market towns of Amersham and Marlow, visit Aylesbury's Waterside Theatre for cultural performances, or take a leisurely cruise along the Grand Union Canal.