High WycombeCopyright Colin Smith

High Wycombe is one of the larger Bucks towns, with facilities in keeping with that size. Around the town some particularly fine buildings like the Palladian West Wycombe Manor can be found, but the whole settlement is dotted with characterful Georgian and Victorian structures.. Read More

High Wycombe Events

March
Easter Egg Hunt
Mayor Making Ceremony
May
Mayor Making Ceremony
Wycombe Arts Festival
August
Bucks County Show
September
Buckinghamshire Crafts Day
October
Halloween Fun & Spooky Entertainers
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Hotels in High Wycombe - 24 places to stay

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Fox Country Hotel

Fox Country Hotel

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In the heart of the Chiltern Hills, with an idyllic location in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, this 300-year-old country inn offers stylish, modern accommodation with contemporary facilities.

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Malvern House

Malvern House

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With the elegant style of a modern hotel and the good value of a bed and breakfast, this 4-star family-run property is located in a peaceful residential area of High ... More

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Buckingham Hotel

Buckingham Hotel

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A synthesis of budget & boutique hotels the concept buckingham hotel has taken the new extended stay hotel model & redesigned it for the high wycombe market. this "edited service" concept ... More | Double Room: £57

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Lane End Conference Centre

Lane End Conference Centre

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Designed with successful conferences and training in mind, this purpose built Management Training Centre offers meeting facilities that are conducive to learning and development. Set in 26 acres of the ... More

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Ambassador Court Hotel

Ambassador Court Hotel

The Ambassador Court Hotel is conveniently situated close to High Wycombe town centre, the town’s Business Parks, the M40 - junction 4 and the Chiltern Hills.

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at the Ambassador ... More | Double Room: From £109 | visit website

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Uplands

Uplands

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In 18 acres of tranquil grounds, surrounded by beautiful Chiltern countryside, Uplands overlooks the Hughenden Valley and combines a classical mansion house with purpose-built, contemporary buildings.

Based in High Wycombe, just a ... More

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Clifton Lodge Hotel

Clifton Lodge Hotel

The Clifton Lodge is run under the personal supervision of the proprietors to guarantee your comfort during your stay. Our hotel has 32 bedrooms, licensed bar, dining area, comfortable lounge/TV room, meeting room, and an ... More | visit website

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Holiday Inn High Wycombe M40

Holiday Inn High Wycombe M40

Close to the M40 and with easy links to the M25 and M4, the Holiday Inn High Wycombe M40 Jct4 Hotel is an ideal location whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure. The accommodation combines ... More | visit website

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Kings Arms Hotel

Kings Arms Hotel

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A former 16th Century coaching inn, this privately owned and passionately run boutique hotel is a place where old meets new, with stylish, contemporary accommodation blending seamlessly with historic charm. ... More

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Best Western Alexandra Hotel

Best Western Alexandra Hotel

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This hotel is situated in the town centre, offering easy access to the surrounding business areas and Chiltern Hills.
Conveniently positioned off the M40 and near Wycombe train station, the business and ... More

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