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Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Buckinghamshire

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Buckinghamshire is a home county located in the South East of England. The River Thames runs through the southern border of the county, branching off into many streams that meander through the beautiful Chiltern Hills area. Literature lovers will be impressed by museums dedicated to great authors as well as many other cultural centres. The county also offers fantastic opportunities for sports fans and daredevils looking for adventure. Read More

51.623718, -0.656565
The Stables at Baylins Farm
2513

An impressive stylish barn conversion providing a tranquil retreat for exploring Buckinghamshire, the Chilterns, Thames Valley and South East England. Alternatively just relax and enjoy the beauty of this peaceful, historic and secluded setting. 

From £690 to £690 per week
Sleeps 4-6
(4 bedrooms)
51.925125, -0.978455
Ember Eve Barn
2741

A romantic luxury one bedroom barn conversion nestling within the grounds of a Winters Tale Farmhouse in the heart of the Buckinghamshire countryside. With fantastic panoramic views, this is a perfect relaxing retreat. 4 Star Gold. 

From £495 to £580 per week
Sleeps 2
(1 bedroom)
51.925125, -0.978455
Harvest Moon Barn
2208

A beautiful barn conversion (awarded 4 Star Gold) set within the grounds of a Winters Tale Farmhouse in the heart of the Buckinghamshire countryside. Lots of traditional features and an ideal relaxing retreat. 4 Star Gold. 

From £450 to £580 per week
Sleeps 4
(2 bedrooms)
51.824205, -1.056612
Brill Cottage
3133

Discover the beauty that inspired J.R.R. Tolkien and explore this picturesque part of Central England. Ideally placed in the typically English village of Brill within Buckinghamshire, this welcoming holiday retreat for two provides an ideal base for exploring the wealth of attractions that are within easy reach including Warwickshire, the Cotswolds and the City of Oxford. 

From £550 to £695 per week
Sleeps 2
(1 bedroom)
52.010706, -1.145812
Lavender Cottage
3132

On the boundaries of Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, this quaint thatched stone holiday cottage sits in the peaceful unspoilt Northamptonshire village of Evenley close to Brackley and is ideal for exploring the many attractions of Central England. 

From £450 to £580 per week
Sleeps 4
(2 bedrooms)
52.009309, -1.145683
Lantern Cottage
3266

On the boundaries of Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, this attractive stone holiday cottage sits in the peaceful unspoilt Northamptonshire village of Evenley close to Brackley and is ideal for exploring the many attractions of Central England. 

From £430 to £600 per week
Sleeps 3+1
(2 bedrooms)
52.176467, -0.703332
Hyde Farm Cottages
2196

Two fantastically appointed stone country holiday cottages set on a working farm in lovely rolling countryside, affording glorious open views. An ideal central base with Northampton, Wellingborough, Bedford and Milton Keynes within approximately eleven miles. 4 Star. 

From £540 to £590 per week
Sleeps 4
(2 bedrooms)
51.745374, -0.605322
The Black Barn
1215

Set within 15 acres of land, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this unique contemporary dog friendly holiday Barn is centrally located between the lively towns of Berkhamsted and Chesham. 

From £375 to £500 per week
Sleeps 2+1
(2 bedrooms)
52.058013, -0.960363
Little Thatch
1286

A true chocolate box thatched country cottage which oozes character and provides a romantic retreat in the beautiful Buckinghamshire village of Lillingstone Lovell. Idyllically placed next to a stream, this is a perfect base for exploring the Heart of England with the Cotswolds, Oxfordshire and Stratford-upon-Avon all within easy reach. 

From £320 to £650 per week
Sleeps 2
(1 bedroom)
52.014284, -0.939310
The Bothy (cottage)
1912

Located close to Buckingham positioned within beautiful farmland, this charming holiday cottage offers a rural retreat and a great base for visiting Milton Keynes, Silverstone, London (by train) and even the Cotswold's. 

From £445 to £495 per week
Sleeps 4
(2 bedrooms)
51.923104, -0.667617
Waterside Cottage
1341

A charming holiday cottage sitting alongside the Grand Union Canal on the borders of Bedfordshire/Buckinghamshire. Perfect for relaxing by the waterside, fishing, canoeing and exploring the area. 4 Star. 

From £545 to £1190 per week
Sleeps 11
(6 bedrooms)
52.176550, -0.687053
The Old Stone Barn
1018

The Old Stone Barn offers six lovely self catering holiday apartments with excellent facilities such as a heated swimming pool. Located in a tranquil location near the old market town of Olney in Buckinghamshire this is a perfect place for a relaxing holiday with Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire also within easy reach. 4 Star. 

From £335 to £420 per week
Sleeps 2-6
(1 bedroom)

Buckinghamshire and its many attractions

Roald Dahl, the famous children's writer, lived in Buckinghamshire for thirty years. Locations within the county inspired, and were often mentioned, in the books he wrote. The Roald Dahl Children's Gallery, in Aylesbury, offers a variety of activities for children and fans of Dahl. Taking inspiration from many of Dahl's stories, the centre provides a fun-filled, family day out. Kids can discover new inventions with Willy Wonka and follow mini-beasts in James' Giant Peach, as well as browsing through Matilda's library. The Roald Dahl Trail is a route that starts in the town Dahl lived in, Great Missenden, and takes visitors on a magical journey around Buckinghamshire. Full of places of inspiration and mysterious, secret sites, the trail is a great experience for both adults and children. Literary genius in the area does not stop at Roald Dahl; an exhibition dedicated to Flora Thompson resides at the Buckingham Old Gaol Museum. As a frequent visitor to the county, the writer of many books (including Lark Rise to Candleford), loved the area dearly. 

If you are seeking picturesque landscapes in Buckinghamshire, look no further than the Chiltern Hills. Enclosed fields, hills and enchanting woodlands all contribute to the region being classed as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Chiltern Hills lie between a pattern of clear rivers and chalk streams that are perfect for paddling in, on a warm Summer's day. The streams also provide a rare habitat for plants and wildlife in the area. Nature lovers will love exploring the riverbanks and trying to catch a glimpse of the rare bird, the Red Kite, in the skies. An ideal picnic spot for families and couples, or a relaxing break from typical tourist hotspots, the Chiltern Hills is an amazing area of Buckinghamshire. 

The county is also known for sport. The Silverstone Circuit, infamous in the world of motor racing, lies between Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire. Sports fans will also be impressed by Dorney Lake. As the venue of the rowing events of the 2012 Summer Olympics, a visit to the lake is guaranteed to instil a love of the United Kingdom into visitors. For those seeking thrills in Buckinghamshire, the Go Ape! centre is a fantastic place, offering tree-top adventures and Segway routes through the forests of the county. Another sports centre, Xscape, offers indoor skiing, rock climbing and even sky diving! A definite must for visiting daredevils. 

Whether you want to take a magical trip around Roald Dahl's county, roam through the beautiful landscapes of the Chiltern Hills or have a sporting adventure, Buckinghamshire is full of great options to choose from.


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