We have one bedroom in our lovely cottage available. Plenty of parking available. Superb village pub/restaurant - The Betsey Wynne - three minutes walk away, plus Post Office and village store. Country walks from the door. 20 minutes from Milton Keynes or Leighton Buzzard stations. 45 minutes from Oxford. Plenty of National Trust properties nearby - Blenheim Palace, Waddesdon Manor.
“A delightful, welcoming family home. Perfect getaway for all those who love peace and quiet, don't want modern straight lines and are not too tall! This little cottage is full of character, as is the village, cosy and comfortable and feels far from the madding crowd! I'm only sorry I didn't have longer there to enjoy it! Thanks so much, Vanda.”
A nice double room bright and clean ,shared bathroom ,use of kitchen meals can be optional if required,close to Stoke Mandeville Hospital ,also bus and rail links ,local shops close by on street parking
“Jane is fantastic. This was my first stay on air bandb. Jane Made me feel very welcome. When I’m back in Aylesbury. I will stay here!”
The Old Sunday School is in the grounds of a Grade-II listed Georgian rectory, opposite a medieval church. It has been newly converted and refurbished in an open-plan contemporary style, and finished to a very high specification. It has a private entrance and garden and patio area. Guests have access to the hosts' seven-acre landscaped garden in an area of outstanding natural beauty. In the summer months [May - early September] guests will have shared use of the outdoor pool with the owners.
“I chose this place for a weekend escape from the hustles and bustles of normal life. Right from the start the booking process was simple with Helen and Paul, I had a couple of questions that were answered very promptly and things carried on positively from there. Upon check-in I was given a brief tour of the gorgeous lodge and reassured that if I needed anything help was a stones throw away but equally I wouldn’t be disturbed - this proved very accurate. It was howling a gale outside so I got through the logs for the fireplace quickly but replacements were left out for me to help myself to as needed. What a lovely touch it was to have a vase of daffodils on the breakfast bar alongside croissants, bread, eggs, jams, tea and coffee. In the fridge there was butter, milk and bacon too. The place was spotless, warm and welcoming. The bed very comfortable and cosy. This was just the escape I needed and I will look forward to a return visit.”