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Bourne End in Buckinghamshire

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Visit Bourne End and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:

Bourne End in Buckinghamshire, population 5500, straddles the parishes of Wooburn and Little Marlow close to the border with Berkshire. It's near where the River Wye meets the River Thames.

The village's name means "the end of the river" ('bourne' being an Old English term for 'river') in this case the River Wye. Bourne End had four mills on the final stretch of the River Wye - Princes Mill, Jacksons (or Gunpowder) Mill, Hedsor Mill and Lower Mill - that were the main employers of the area, together with the local farms and two wharfs on the Thames. (The mills have since been demolished and replaced by houses, office parks and industrial estates.)

In the early 1800s, Bourne End, Heavens Lea, Eghams Green, Spring Gardens, Cores End and Upper Bourne End were all hamlets of Wooburn parish. Then Wycombe Railway Company arrived in 1846 and changed this: by 1854, Isambard Kingdom Brunel had designed and constructed a railway linking Maidenhead to High Wycombe thereby bringing prosperity. So it was that Bourne End grew and swallowed up the other local hamlets.

In the 1920s two distinguished literary figures lived in Bourne End: Enid Blyton, a children's writer, and Edgar Wallace, an author and dramatist.

Today, Bourne End conveniently lies between the M4 and M40 motorways, and retains its railway station on the Maidenhead to Marlow branch line. Since it is situated within close proximity to London, it has become a popular commuter town.

Bourne End maintains a distinct village character surrounded by Green Belt and by farmland. Cliveden and Hedsor overlook the village from higher ground to the south east.

Bourne End is twinned with Octeville-sur-Mer, France.

There are a number of pubs: The Firefly, The Black Lion, The Bounty, The Garibaldi, Spade Oak and The Walnut Tree. Nearby, Cock Marsh, a beauty spot of note, is a nature reserve owned by the National Trust.

Bourne End has a marina on the Thames and the long-established Upper Thames Sailing Club. A week-long regatta is hosted every year in June.

Nearby villages: Wooburn, Loudwater, Flackwell Heath, Little Marlow, Cookham, Cookham Dean, Cookham Rise, Hedsor, Taplow

Nearby towns: Marlow, High Wycombe, Maidenhead, Beaconsfield, Slough.

Have you decided to visit Bourne End or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:

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  • a Bourne End hotel (or motel)
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Accommodation in Bourne End:

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Squirrel House
At Squirrel House bed and breakfast accommodation you'll get the sort of welcome and attention that you would expect from the Irish! We're very conveniently located whether you're visiting the Cressex Business Park or coming to explore the beautiful Chiltern countryside. Close to the popular riverside town of Marlow-on-Thames.

Glade End
Glade End is situated in the centre of Marlow-on-Thames, an historic old town on the river. Glade End is in 3 minutes walking distance of the business park, train station and high street shops. The Hotel provides a stylish haven for travellers on business or pleasure with luxury ensuite bedrooms, easy access to the M4 and M40 and off road parking. Many distinctive touches embellish us!

The Barn At The Old Cottage
The 18th Century Barn, at the Old Cottage, has been completely transformed into a comfortable, warm and spacious bed and breakfast accommodation, whilst the original structure has been retained. At this self-contained B&B you will enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the Little Marlow village yet still be just a short distance from Marlow town centre and The Globe Business Park

10 Lock Road
My Marlow bed and breakfast is ideally positioned. It's within easy walking distance of the railway station, the River Thames, Globe Business Park and the town centre. It's on the right side of Marlow for easy access to the A404(M) bypass, High Wycombe, Maidenhead and thence the M40 to Oxford and Birmingham and the M4 to London, Reading and Bristol.

White Place Farm
White Place Farm is set in the tranquil Cookham countryside and borders one of the most scenic stretches of the River Thames. It is steeped in history, more recently having belonged to Lord and Lady Astor, previous owners of the now exclusive Cliveden House Estate. We, John and Helen Edwards, have farmed and raised our family here at White Place Farm since the late 60s.

The Old Vicarage
The Old Vicarage is a small family run establishment offering luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation in a delightful setting in the picturesque Berkshire village of Bisham and by the bank of a beautiful stretch of the River Thames. The village, between Marlow and Maidenhead, has easy access via A404(M) to M40 and M4 and thereon to London, Reading, Oxford and Heathrow airport.

No4 offers self-catering short-term lets in the centre of Marlow-on-Thames, in walking distance of the business park, train station and high street shops plus easy access to the M4 and M40 and off road parking. The bedrooms are individually and newly furnished to the highest quality with fine antique furniture and beautiful fabrics plus all facilities.

The Old Cottage
The Old Cottage bed and breakfast is an attractive period property situated in Bourne End, a short walk from the River Thames and approx.10 minutes' walk from the village centre and railway station. Marlow, Henley, Windsor and London are all within easy reach. Internet access and off street parking is available.

Marlow Apartments
Marlow apartments offer self-catering accommodation within walking distance of Marlow High Street and its many pubs and restaurants. Free Wi-Fi and off street parking are available. A cleaning and linen service, Sky satelite tv and all utility bills are included in the price.

Kenton House
Kenton House bed and breakfast is situated in a quiet close in the centre of Marlow. Very convenient for the train station and Globe business park which are just a few minutes walk away.The main town with all the restaurants and shops is also a six minute walk All rooms are en-suite and have a 32'' flat screen TV with freeview and wireless internet access. Off road parking is available.

Malvern House
Malvern House 4*, combines modern hotel style elegance with the affordability and convenience of a bed and breakfast, offering 9 fully en-suite bedrooms. Quiet, family run and 4 Star rated, it suits those looking for a place to stay near to Cressex Industrial Park, Town Centre, and Marlow. Heathrow Airport, West London, Windsor and Oxford all within 30 minute drive.

Oak House
Marlow - Oak house B&B is situated within walking distance of Marlow High Street and all local amenities. We offer 1 Luxury double with en suite shower room,and from the eves with skylight windows 1 twin room & 1 double room with a shared bathroom.The bathroom facilities comprise of a small bath with hand held shower.

Church Barn
Church Barn is a beautiful self-contained 17th century barn offering bed and breakfast with the luxury of a private lounge and fully equipped kitchen. The barn overlooks the 12th Century St John the Baptist Church and a tributary of the Thames runs along the boundary of a mature garden.

Heron's Nest
Herons Nest Marlow is a `Home from Home`that offers luxury and privacy in a self contained `Pied-a-Terre`. Our B&B is situated in the heart of Marlow, a `stone`s throw` from the High Street and river Thames.Your hosts Yvonne & Mario aim to ensure that your stay at the Herons Nest is relaxing, comfortable and together with the 5 Star Breakfast as enjoyable as Marlow can be all year round.