The county of Buckinghamshire has so much to offer visitors. Buckinghamshire is located just over an hour's drive from London. It is home to the most National Trust properties in the whole of the UK and boasts some beautiful country houses. These include the stunning Waddesdon Manor, the famous Hughenden (once the home of former British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli) and the beautiful Chenies Manor, a Tudor Grade I listed mansion. It is also home to one of the oldest smock windmills in the UK, the Lacey Green Windmill. You will also find the Roald Dahl Museum in Missenden, dedicated to one of our most treasured of children’s writers.
Buckinghamshire offers the stunning natural beauty of the Chiltern Hills. It is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and is perfect for a great day outdoors. Major towns include Aylesbury, Beaconsfield and Milton Keynes. Marlow, beside the River Thames, is hugely popular among visitors and wedding events.
There are plenty of great spots with fine dining rooms and restaurants in which to enjoy afternoon tea. The lovely Stoke Park Country Club serves both a traditional and chocolate afternoon tea. The Crazy Bear over in Beaconsfield offers a glamorous Chinese inspired afternoon tea. Browns Bar & Brasserie in Milton Keynes offers afternoon tea for two for only £26.