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Perry Manor Farm

Perry Manor Farm

Buckingham Road, Edgcott


HP18 0TS



Price Range: £27.50 - £35

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Jan Duncan

Phone: +44 (0)1296 770257

The rooms have en-suite WC and hand basin, TV and tea/coffee facilities. Nearby are several National Trust properties to visit. Oxford is ½ hour away and Bicester Village is 10 minutes away. There are pubs and restaurants locally.


Things to see and do in Buckinghamshire

Bekonscot Model Village
Bekonscot Model Village

Bekonscot Model Village and Railway is the world’s oldest original model village. It’s a tourist attraction near London, in Beaconsfield, Bucks.It was opened in 1929 and it’s a great place to bring the family and stomp around like giants! There are six model towns, a huge Gauge 1 model garden railway, ride-on railway, remote-controlled boats, castles, lakes and industries in 1.5 acres of award-winning gardens.

Buckinghamshire County Museum
Buckinghamshire County Museum

Our award winning County Museum is in the attractive old town area of Aylesbury in beautifully restored buildings, some dating from the 15th century. The museum showcases the County's rich heritage alongside a changing programme of exhibitions in the Buckinghamshire Art Gallery and we also have the Roald Dahl Children's Gallery.

Bury Farm Equestrian Village
Bury Farm Equestrian Village

Bury Farm Equestrian Club is based at the Equestrian Village and holds many different events throughout the year from unaffiliated dressage and jumping competitions to top level Galas and National shows.


Cliveden is an Italianate mansion and estate at Taplow, Buckinghamshire, England. Set on banks 200 feet above the River Thames, it's grounds slope down to the river. The site has been home to an Earl, two Dukes, a Prince of Wales and the Viscounts Astor. The estate extends to 375 acres of which about 180 acres comprise the gardens, the rest being woodland and paddocks.

Hartwell House
Hartwell House

Hartwell House is a magnificent stately home standing in ninety acres of landscaped parkland just 40 miles north west of London, and was restored between 1987 and 1992 by Historic House Hotels Ltd, to join its sister hotels Middlethorpe Hall in York and Bodysgallen Hall in North Wales. Between 1809 and 1814 the owner of the house, Sir Charles Lee, let the mansion to exiled King Louis XVIII of France.

Hell Fire Caves
Hell Fire Caves

Go underground into the hell-Fire caves for a special day out. Excavated by Sir Francis Dashwood in the 1750’s, these extraordinary caves were reputed to have hosted the Hell-Fire Club whose membership included some of Britain’s most senior aristocrats and statesmen. A tour of the caves takes you past various small chambers to the Banqueting Hall, down over the River Styx to the Inner Temple, which is about 300feet beneath the church at the top of the hill. Special events for families are held in the summer and at Halloween.

Old Gaol Museum
Old Gaol Museum

The museum reflects 3 aspects of the local past: The story of the Old Gaol, Buckingham's heritage and the Soldiers of the County. It occupies both floors of the old cell block, and extends into the original prisoners' exercise yard now covered with a state-of-the-art glass roof and housing an education resource centre. Upstairs - local geology, archaeology, and the story of the town from Anglo-Saxon to Edwardian times. Downstairs - original furnished cell, communications, industry, the county's soldiers and the Civil War in Buckingham.

Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre
Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre

Welcome to our great little award-winning and family-friendly Museum. We were Enjoy England's Best Small Visitor Attraction 2008, so do come and see our two fun and fact-packed biographical galleries, the fantabulous interactive Story Centre and enjoy our sunny courtyard.

The Bucks Goat Centre Animal Farm
The Bucks Goat Centre Animal Farm

We are a children's animal farm and adventure centre featuring a wide range of animals, including llamas, birds, donkeys and every breed of domestic goat found in Britain. A petting pen is available for small children to make friends with our rabbits and guinea pigs.

Xscape Milton Keynes
Xscape Milton Keynes

Inside the Xscape can be found a 170m long real-snow ski slope, a 16-screen cinema, a number of shops, restaurants, climbing wall, Airkix, health and fitness area, bowling and rock climbing. A great night out.

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