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Beaconsfield in Buckinghamshire

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

Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. The old town of Beaconsfield is separated from the new by over a quarter of a mile of wooded country. It is developed around what must have been two main highways, from London to Oxford and from Windsor to Aylesbury. There are coaching inns on opposite corners of the cross-roads. Along the roads centred by a green are houses of the Queen Anne and Georgian periods. The main inns where the coaches halted in the 18th century are the Royal Saracen's Head, a large building of half-timbered construction, and the Royal White Hart at which Queen Elizabeth I stayed and where Oliver Cromwell stationed his troops in the grounds.

The old town retains much of the charm of former days with the buildings standing back from the roadside, allowing ample parking space.

The Old Rectory, overlooking the churchyard, is of the 16th century, half-timbered with a panelled room and spiral staircase, and is now the parish meeting place. Edmund Burke, the great parliamentarian, lived in this village and was buried here in 1797, and G. K. Chesterton was resident here for many years.

Hall Barn House, a l7th century brick mansion, is south of the main road. It is ornately decorated and has stone pilasters and a garden filled with obelisks and temples.

St Mary's Church, on the corner of the crossroads, is of medieval origin, although mainly rebuilt in the last century. It has a fine flint tower rising above the trees, and between the chapel and the chancel is a section of a l5th century screen. There are many monuments of interest and an exquisite tapestry. Of note is an iron-bound chest covered in paintings of ships by a quayside. Opposite the church is a Victorian building in which the police station is housed.

The new town of Beaconsfield, which began to form in 1909, is a pleasant residential area. Of particular interest is Bekonscot Miniature Village in Warwick Road, laid out with tiny cottages, farms and meadows, churches, a railway, a lake, streams and an airport. The village is modelled on the scale of 1 in. to 1 ft. and is a children's paradise.

Close by are the Chiltern beechwoods at Coleshill and just east of the town is the golf course, adjacent to Wilton Park, a historic estate, from which can be seen the beauty of the countryside around.

Nearby villages: Penn, Seer Green, Hedgerley, Knotty Green, Hedsor, Winchmore Hill, Wooburn

Nearby towns: Amersham, The Chalfonts, Bourne End, High Wycombe, Rickmansworth, Chesham

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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

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 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.

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.