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Historical Hotels In Buckinghamshire

By Mark T King

It is a life time experience to dine-in a hotel that holds some historical significance. It is, in fact, an honour to get to know such places and actually dine-in there, where great names from the past had been. Not only the history buffs but also the tourists as well as the residents of that area like to learn about such places.

The Hartwell House is located in 90 acres of parkland and is a magnificent stately home. This famous hotel is said to have belonged to William, the son of the Conqueror, and is steeped in the history. The hotel was restored between 1987 and 1992 by Historic House Hotels Ltd. The hotel is just an hour drive away from the central London and is located in rural countryside. The exiled Louis XVIII of France stayed with his queen for five years in this charming hotel. The Hartwell House offers modern day amenities in a rustic and unique setting.

The Cock Hotel in Stony Stratford dates back to the era of coaches and was the official staging post for the Manchester Flier. In a day, over a hundred coaches used to stop at this hotel. Interestingly, the term “cock and bull” has been derived from this hotel and the Bull Hotel located across it. Travellers staying at both the hotels would enjoy with each other by telling the most outrageous tales. The hotel has been carefully restored and offers the modern day amenities in its well-preserved historic building.

Similarly, the name of other famous people such as Noel Coward and authors J. M Barrie and Edgar Wallace have been associated with it as well. Even in this age, the hotel is often visited by the celebrities such as Naomi Campbell, Clint Eastwood and Omar Sharif as well as the late princess Diana. The queen of England, Queen Elizabeth II, has often dined here as well. The hotel has managed to maintain its tradition of hospitality as well as delicious and fine cuisine.

The Cliveden in Taplow is renowned for its colourful history. The original hotel was built in 1666 and has been rebuilt twice since then. Every British monarch since George I has visited this hotel. The hotel has preserved its original heritage, despite of offering modern day facilities to its guests.

Hartwell House Hotel, Restaurant and Spa: Hartwell House Hotel is one of the best historical hotels that Buckinghamshire has. It covers ninety acres of landscape and luscious green gardens. It has forty six huge bedroom suites, and other than this, a lot of other rooms that are equally luxurious. When it comes to decoration, the hotel has amazing walls, ceilings and the furniture is extra ordinary in every aspect. It is also very famous for meetings, conferences and venues.

The Olde Kings Arms: If you are travelling with family or for a business purpose, The Olde Kings Arms is one of the best places to stay in Buckinghamshire. The hotel offers the facility of 18 bedrooms, a huge private car park and all the other necessary facilities. The history of the hotel goes a long way back. The environment of the hotel is calm and peaceful, so your visit is going to be lovely if you select this place.

The Five Arrows Hotel: The five arrows hotel is among the top historical hotels of Buckinghamshire. The rooms are decorated beautifully, and every room has a separate balcony. The rates for staying the hotel are also very reasonable. The food is excellent, and they also provide complimentary ticket for the gardens at neighbouring Waddesdon Manor. Buckinghamshire can offer you a wide range of historical hotels. With the perfect services that they have to offer, your trip will definitely be a memorable one.

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