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Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre
Bisham
Marlow
Buckinghamshire

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BISHAM ABBEY NATIONAL SPORTS CENTRE is situated in 43 acres just one mile from picturesque Marlow, set in the peaceful surroundings of the beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside on the banks of the River Thames.Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre has purpose built accommodation facilities and manages to combine the past, uniting traditional style with contemporary amenities.This accommodation comprises of 46 rooms, either single or twin bedded of which 20 are ensuite. All the rooms have televisions and complimentary tea & coffee making facilities and three have been specially adapted for disabled guests. Extensive wireless internet access is also available in the Abbey for resident guests to book.Incredible value for money all inclusive price packages are available for groups using sports and/or conference facilities as part of a residential booking.

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