Buckinghamshire Travel Guide

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    Old Thatch, Bourne End, Bucks
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    All Saints church on the Thames.
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High Wycombe

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76,131,18

Marlow

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48,74,10

Milton Keynes

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30,77,64

Aylesbury

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11,20,14

Stokenchurch

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29,62,1

West Wycombe

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15,65,0

Amersham

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4,4,6

Beaconsfield

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3,7,5

Stoke Poges

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1,3,1

Warrington

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High Wycombe

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  • All Saints Parish Church

    High Wycombe Things to Do

    There has been a church on this site since the 11th century. It was consecrated by Archbishop Wulfstan in 1087. The current building dates from the late thirteenth century, with later additions. There was originally a centre tower, but after it became unsafe, a new one was built. Work started in 1521, and took about 14 years to complete. The...

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  • Premier Inn High Wycombe

    High Wycombe Hotels

    Thanstead Farm - London Road, Loudwater - Bucks, High Wycombe, HP10 9YL, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Hospital of St John the Baptist

    High Wycombe Things to Do

    From c.1180 until the Dissolution of the Monasteries, the poor and infirm were cared for by the monks of the Hospital of St John the Baptist. After the Dissolution, it the town authorities wished to take over, and in 1562, Queen Elizabeth granted it to the town 'for the support and maintenance of four poor persons, and a master for the good...

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Marlow

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  • Walk by the river Thames through...

    Marlow Things to Do

    The river Thames runs through Marlow, you can see all of the big and pretty expensive houses along the riverside, especially if you go walking through Higginson Park, and also there are a whole load of yachts along the riverside. The Marlow Regatta (boat race) always used to start here at Higginson Park, but although Higginson Park still holds the...

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  • Premier Inn Marlow

    Marlow Hotels

    The Causeway, Marlow, SL7 2AA, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Marlow Bridge

    Marlow Things to Do

    Believe it or not? This little suspension bridge over the Thames at Marlow is quite pretty. It is only a one way at a time traffic system on there, and has been like that for the last few years, not that the ignorant people on the opposite end ever take any notice of it anyway. We think that there should be traffic lights each side, that would be...

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Milton Keynes

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  • Red Hot World Buffet

    Milton Keynes Restaurants

    As with any buffet i find the food tends to drop in quality level the more dishes that are on offer and while most remain value for money i am personally not a fan. My father however is a big fan so i end up coming to this one when im in town. However don’t let this cynic put you off if you do enjoy the all you can eat experiences. They have an...

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  • Holiday Inn Express

    Milton Keynes Hotels

    Absolute nice accomodation. Basic facilities and amenities. Recommended for business or part time...

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  • Bletchley Park

    Milton Keynes Things to Do

    An excellent day out at one of Britain's best kept WWII secretsBletchley Park was the home of the Codebreakers. It is now a heritage site with plenty to see. You can explore and experience the top secret world of iconic codebreaking huts and blocks set within the really lovely Victorian estate.We had a great time.

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Aylesbury

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  • Claydon House

    Aylesbury Things to Do

    Claydon has been the home of the Verney family for nearly four centuries. The current house was built by the second Earl Verney between 1757 and 1771 and was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1957. The interior is notable for the ornate Rococo plasterwork and the grand staircase. The Chinese Room is particularly special. Unfortunately photography...

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  • West Lodge Hotel

    Aylesbury Hotels

    London Road, Aston Clinton, Aylesbury, HP22 5HL, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • County Museum

    Aylesbury Things to Do

    The Buckinghamshire County Museum is based in some old buildings (part dating from 15th century) in the old part of Aylesbury town. There are permanent displays about the history and culture of Buckinghamshire (including furniture-making and the famous Aylesbury ducks) as well as temporary exhibitions.There is also the Roald Dahl Children's Gallery...

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Stokenchurch

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  • My Books

    Stokenchurch Favorites

    I love books! I have been an avid reader and collector of books since I was four years old. Many books have been lent out or given away over the years, but I don't do that any more, I keep them to myself, just like my CDs and DVDs.One bookcase is full of fiction books; mostly Stephen King, Anne Rice and other such writers. The other is full of...

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  • Best Western Kings Hotel

    Stokenchurch Hotels

    Oxford Road, Stokenchurch, High Wycombe, HP14 3TA, United Kingdom

  • Ornaments

    Stokenchurch Favorites

    Anyone who really knows me, knows that I'm not a great lover of most ornaments, I prefer to pick my own, rather than have someone buy them for me.Ever since I was seven years old, I have had a fascination with the orient, especially Japan; I am convinced that I used to live in the orient in a past life, somewhere around 1,000 years ago. So I...

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West Wycombe

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  • Hellfire Caves Part 2 ----The Secret...

    West Wycombe Things to Do

    The Secret SocietyHellfire Club got its name after a London newspaper called it that. Prior to that they were known as Brotherhoods of the Knights of Sir Francis of Wycombe and they had been having their meetings in Medmenham Abbey about eight miles from West Wycombe by the river Thames, before they moved into the caves at West Wycombe.The club was...

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  • Hellfire Caves Part 1----The History

    West Wycombe Things to Do

    I had a very exciting time visiting the Hellfire caves which they hold so much history. At the entrance of the caves is information and a map showing the living world from the underworld which the river Styx run between the two. Inside the caves are small chambers, a banquet hall and an inner Temple. The caves are haunted by two ghosts Sukie and...

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  • The Views from the Tower

    West Wycombe Things to Do

    The entry fee to the tower it was worth every penny. I got to see more closely from above inside the mausoleum, the West Wycombe house on the opposite hill with it's gardens, the village and all the panoramic landscape.The staircase it was a bit narrow but safe enough. The only thing that the metal bars around the tower are not the best ones on...

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Amersham

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  • Guided Walk

    Amersham Things to Do

    During the summer the Amersham Museum organises guided historical walks to the Amersham Martyrs memorial on the last Saturday of each month.The walks are let by volunteers in Tudor dress. No need to book, just turn up at the Amersham Museum in the High Street in time for the 2.30 pm. start and pay the £2 charge.The walk takes about 2.5 hours in...

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  • The Kings Arms Hotel

    Amersham Hotels

    30 High Street, Amersham, United Kingdom, HP7 0DJ,

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Couples

  • Memorial to the Amersham Martyrs

    Amersham Things to Do

    The Amersham Martyrs were burned as heretics on the hill above the town in the early sixteenth century. Their beliefs were an forerunner of Protestantism, and they were known as 'Lollards'. The first martyr was burned in 1511 (formerly believed to be 1506, the date given in Foxe's Book of Martyrs, until the town's archivist discovered the true date...

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Beaconsfield

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  • Italian in a former pub

    Beaconsfield Restaurants

    Quite a few of Beaconsfield's commercial premises have been taken over by chain restaurants. The former cinema now seems to be a Prezzo. This branch of Italian chain Zizzi is in a former pub in the Old Town. I don't think the conversion has been entirely a happy one, as the Zizzi modern style décor sits uneasily with the remaining period style, and...

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  • Chequers Inn Hotel and Restaurant

    Beaconsfield Hotels

    Kiln Lane, Wooburn Common, Beaconsfield, HP10 OJQ, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Couples

  • Bekonscot - where time stood still

    Beaconsfield Things to Do

    It will be forever England here. Bekonscot is a model village in the town of Beaconsfield. Created by Accountant Roland Callingham, this little town has existed since the mid 1920's and was opened to the public in 1929. Since then the village has existed as a 1930's idealised vision of England. Its a great day out.Entry PricesAdult £7.00Child (age...

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Stoke Poges

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  • The Churchyard of Gray's Elegy

    Stoke Poges Things to Do

    My mom was an English lit major in college, and she was really into English poetry. So when we visited England in 1950, one thing we absolutely had to do was visit all the famous sites that she'd read about including Poets Corner in Westminister Abbey. Thomas Gray's 'Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard' is believed to have been written in the...

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  • Stoke Park Club

    Stoke Poges Hotels

    Park Road, Stoke Poges X, United Kingdom, X SL24PG

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

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