All subject to availability and price at the time of booking.
The Cock Hotel, Stoney Stratford
Traditionally a coaching inn, located on Watling Street, the famous Roman road, in the charming market town of Stoney Stratford it has been welcoming visitors since the 15th century. Once an important stop over for travellers during the great coaching eras of the 18th century and 19th century. Its cosy 30 en-suite bedrooms recently updated, are brimming with original features. The bar and restaurant areas offer a comfortable yet traditional setting to enjoy the seasonal menus the Cock Hotel has to offer.
The Bull Hotel, Stoney Stratford
This lavishly decorated boutique hotel, a grade II Listed former coaching inn, is located on the High Street in the magical town of Stoney Stratford. Each of the 12 individually styled bedrooms has an en suite shower room with free toiletries, a TV, and the original fireplace. Steeped in history this unique hotel with free Wi-Fi and car parking, has a lounge, function room, 2 fully licensed bars and a gastro-restaurant open for breakfast, afternoon tea, teas and coffees, lunch and dinner.
According to folklore, rivalry between the Cock & Bull hotels, which continues today, brought about the famous phrases “cock and bull” and “a load of bull’ that later developed into a load of ‘bull, crap or bulls**t’ when tales and stories produced by scurrilous travellers passed on in the major cities resulted in many being a lie.
The Saracens Head Hotel, Towcester
This 400-year-old coaching inn that featured in The Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens is located, on Watling Street, the famous Roman road has long been a centre piece of the old Roman town. Each of the 21 en-suite bedrooms with bathrooms have a TV, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee-making facilities and a hairdryer. All have a fabulous décor and their own distinct character making them a perfect retreat after a busy day. Food is served all day in split-level lounge bar and restaurant.
The Paisley Pear, Brackley
A smoke-free 3-star welcoming hotel, with a restaurant, bar, garden, free Wi-Fi throughout the propertyand private parking. All 46 air-conditioned bedrooms, of differing types, have en-suite bathrooms with shower, a wardrobe, a desk, flat-screen TV, coffee maker and electric kettle. The beds are all, king size Hypnos beds with a Beaumont mattress filled with a wool-silk mix and has a surface which regulates your body’s temperature.
The Best Western Hotel, Buckingham
A family run character hotel with 70 bedrooms, a restaurant, a bar, an indoor pool, a fitness centre, and private parking. The modern bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, tea/coffee making facilities, and complimentary toiletries. Chardonnay’s restaurant specialises in international cuisine and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Revival Leisure Club offers guests full use of its facilities which include pool, spa bath, sauna, steam room and solarium.
Villiers Hotel, Buckingham
Centrally located in the historic market town. Its 49 spacious bedrooms with luxurious linen, the softest pillows and comfortable beds have en-suite bathrooms,
Sky channel TV, a desk and tea/coffee making facilities, the galleried suites are something to get excited about. The Dukes Restaurant has held an AA rosette for more than 20 years, and the Dukes Bar retains the character and ambience of the old coaching inn, with flagstone floors, inglenook fireplace and original beams.