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Burnham b&b, guesthouse and hotel accommodation

Burnham in Buckinghamshire

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

Burnham, Buckinghamshire. This fairly large residential village is of ancient origin, its greatest claim to fame being the forest of Burnham Beeches with huge pollarded beeches, glades and winding lanes. It stretches for nearly 600 acres. Centuries ago it was part of the Chiltern forests and is bordered by Dorneywood, a National Trust property. It is one of the country's finest beauty-spots.

On the slopes by an orchard still exists a fair that was famous in medieval days.

Although the village has modern shops and residential roads the old charm remains and there are many 15th and l6th century houses and a fine 13th century. church. The church has a tower with an oak-shingled spire. The great altar rails dated 1663 have five beautifully carved oak panels. At the end of the nave are many interesting brasses and by the south door a white marble wall monument sculptured by John Bacon. To the south of the centre of the village can be seen the remains of Burnham Abbey, founded in 1266, and although much rebuilt, still retaining segments from Norman times.

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  • a Burnham bed and breakfast (a Burnham B&B or Burnham b and b)
  • a Burnham guesthouse
  • a Burnham hotel (or motel)
  • a Burnham self-catering establishment, or
  • other Burnham accommodation

Accommodation in Burnham:

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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

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 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.