The Saracen's Head Inn is steeped in history and character and was built using timbers from old ships. The building surrounds a central courtyard which was originally a travellers coaching inn. It wasbuilt in 1530 at Number 38 Whielden Street, which was formerly known as Union Street when Amersham Hospital was known as The Workhouse. And rumour has it, two ghosts roam the building, one is alleged to be a young serving wench from the 17th Century, the other one remains a mystery.
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The Crown is a modern coaching inn, all in historic timber framed buildings providing eating, drinking, gatherings and lodgings. Only 45 minutes from London and at the end of the Metropolitan Linenear Beaconsfield in Amersham, with 38 bedrooms, a welcoming bar and restaurant and two private rooms seating up to 40 people for weddings, parties and meetings. The Crown is not a hotel where the rooms dominate, but where the common spaces are the heartbeat of the place.
The Kings Arms Hotel Amersham is a 34 bedroom Inn dating from the 1400's and has been refurbished to offer all modern amenities whilst maintaining the historical character of the building. The hotelhas been used extensively in TV and Film productions including Four Weddings and a Funeral, Miss Marple and the TV series Midsomer Murders. It has also hosted many famous guests such as Oliver Cromwell.
Situated in the heart of leafy Buckinghamshire but close to the M40 and M25, the non smoking Bellhouse Hotel offers you a warm, friendly welcome, complemented by professional service and attention todetail for a truly relaxing stay. Ample on-site parking is available & we now provide free limited guest wifi at a speed of 400kbits. This is a free to use service suitable for browsing the internet, Facebook, webmail etc.
An elegant Edwardian country house, we are situated at the edge of Burnham Beeches within a leafy Green Belt, ideally located for easy access to many historic attractions such as; Windsor Castle,Eton, Henley and Ascot. While retaining many of the original features and the elegance of the original house, we also provide 16 well appointed en suite contemporary bedrooms as well as the modern services you would expect such as free WiFi and conference facilities.
The Pinewood Hotel is located halfway between Uxbridge & Slough, on the Berkshire - Buckinghamshire border. Nestled in 5 acres of mature grounds with fabulous lawns with pond and specimen trees. It ishard to imagine you are less than 10 minutes from 3 major motorways and 10 miles from Heathrow airport. It's also conveniently located for visiting Windsor & Eton (though offering much better value than Windsor hotels).
Take a fantastic Grade 1 listed building, set it in four acres of landscaped grounds with a glorious history, add a magnificent state-of-the-art venue, on-site accommodation, first class catering andthere you have it: Baylis House Hotel. Unique, exceptional, stunningly beautiful, this Slough Hotel is perfect for any event. Our impressive facilities include our Conference and Banqueting Venue, award winning Restaurant and Summer Marquee.
A stunning Georgian country hotel retreat nestled on the border between Berkshire and Buckinghamshire. Taplow House Hotel is a charming and traditional country house near London, set in six acres ofbeautiful grounds, offering a home from home environment with a high standard of personalised service.
The Thames Hotel is an Ideal Base for visiting the many attractions in London, Berkshire, and surrounding areas. The Thames Hotel Maidenhead is a privately owned hotel. The Thames Hotel Maidenheadopened in the late 1880′s during which time it has enjoyed a colourful history. The Hotel housed one of the earliest telegraph offices for the use of its aristocratic guests, and has the dubious distinction of having had a proprietor who lost the freehold on the turn of a card!