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Ascott House

This stunningly beautiful house began life in the 17th-century as a small timber-framed black and white farmhouse. It was.....

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Bekonscot Model Village

For many the idyll of rural life as it was in the 1930's has gone forever, but it's charm can be re-discovered at Bekonscot Model.....

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Black Park Country Park

Only 15 miles from London make this Country Park a very popular escape into nature from the city. The main attraction is the.....

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Bletchley Park

Also referred to as Station-X, Bletchley Park was the top-secret wartime base of Allied code breakers, such as Alan Turing and.....

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Boarstall Duck Decoy

Rare survival of a 17th-century duck decoy in working order, with a woodland nature trail and visitor centre...

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Calvert Jubilee Nature Reserve

Opened in 1978, this was once an old extraction pit for clay used for local brick manufacture. Now home to many wildfowl and.....

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Chenies Manor House

This fabulous house was owned by the Russell family until the 1950's. Chenies was originally built around 1640 for the Cheyne.....

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Chicheley Hall

Chicheley Hall is a magnificent house built of russet brick dressed with mellow stone. It has a central projecting bay and giant.....

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Claydon House

Claydon House was built by the 2nd Earl Verney in the middle of the 18th-century, on land which had belonged to his family since.....

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This great house built for the Dukes of Buckinghamshire in the 1850's by Charles Barry overlooks the lovely wooded banks of the.....

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Dorney Court

Dorney Court is unusual in that it has passed by direct descent, father to son, through 13 generations of the Palmer family in.....

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Hughenden Manor

This was the home of Benjamin Disraeli(1804-81) who lived here with his wife from 1848 until his death in 1881. The couple loved.....

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King's Head

One of the oldest coaching inns in the country, with strong associations with Oliver Cromwell and the English Civil War. Rare.....

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Long Crendon Courthouse

Long Crendon is a beautiful Buckinghamshire village which is possibly best know for its stunning 15th century Courthouse, given.....

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Mentmore Towers

This was one of England's most important houses, it was built for Baron Meyer Amschel de Rothchild in 1855 by Joseph Paxton, the.....

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Quainton Windmill

The Tallest Windmill in Buckinghamshire..

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Rushbeds Wood Nature Reserve

Ancient woodland, meadows and hedgerows near the Bucks, Oxon borders that abounds with flowers and butterflies...

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Stowe Landscape Gardens

Breathtakingly beautiful landscape gardens including more than 40 monuments and temples...

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The Chiltern Hills

The Chilterns are mostly gentle beechwood hills which begin in the vales of Oxford and Aylesbury stretching forth in a.....

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The Hell-Fire Caves

Supposedly of very ancient origin these unique caves were extended in the 1740’s by Sir Francis Dashwood, founder of the.....

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