Group accommodation in Buckinghamshire

Date Posted: 07/09/2016

This month, Group Leisure rounds up various accommodation options for large groups visiting Buckinghamshire.

Buckinghamshire is a popular choice for groups - the south east county offers luxurious manor houses, fascinating museums and plenty of picturesque villages.

Some top attractions include Wendover Woods, Gulliver’s Land and Waddesdon Manor. Luckily, there’s a wide choice of places to stay, too.

YHA Jordans, Chalfont St Giles

Ideal for those on a budget, YHA Jordans mixes charm and character with traditional elements, and is located to Windsor Castle, Legoland and Bekonscot Model Village.

YHA Jordans has been closely associated with the early Quaker movement and shares its grounds with a 17th century meeting house – so history lovers will enjoy a stay here.

The housing includes onsite parking and a large garden and patio area. Group booking is available for 16 or more people.

The Redfield Centre, Winslow

Groups of up to 23 can stay at The Redfield Centre, which boasts eight bedrooms, two dining spaces, central heating, solar panels, parking and outdoor facilities such as a courtyard and fire pit.

This particular property is ideal for groups that take an interest in environmental wellbeing, and each booking includes access to a function room where yoga often takes place. Catering is offered, too.

Close-by attractions include Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes Theatre and the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre.

The Windmill, Wendover

For smaller groups, this unique property is worth bunking down for. The Windmill was built in 1800 and now offers spacious accommodation over five floors and panoramic views over the Chiltern Hills.

The property includes Wifi, designated parking, a well equipped kitchen with a breakfast area, a cycle store and an enclosed lawn with garden furniture.

The market town of Wendover offers historic buildings, restaurants, shops and pubs, as well as a traditional market every Thursday – and there’s plenty of countryside to explore, too.

Woodrow High House, Amersham

The large Woodrow High House doubles up as an outdoor residential centre for groups who like to keep busy. The house accommodates up to 110 guests and stands in 24 acres of country grounds.

This historic house was once home to Oliver Cromwell. Today, the residential centre offers comfortable accommodation and a range of activities from swimming and archery to low-ropes and team-building exercises.

 

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