About Inglenook Cottage
Sleeps 4 Country Cottage near Great Missenden
Sleeping up to 4 people in 2 bedrooms, Inglenook Cottage is a charming country cottage set in the village of Lee Common just 3 miles from Great Missenden. Beautifully presented, with ample charm and character, as well as modern comforts and a pretty cottage garden, Inglenook Cottage could be the perfect base for a holiday in the Chiltern Hills.
With country lanes and rural charm, Lee Common is a great location for a relaxed break. With excellent walks and cycle routes to discover in the Chiltern Hills, this is a lovely place to enjoy exploring the great outdoors and is also well placed for discovering some fantastic tourist attractions on days out too.
Inside this 2 Bedroom Cottage near Great Missenden
• Lounge with inglenook fireplace and dining area.
• A well-equipped kitchen with microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washing machine, ceramic hob and electric double oven and hob.
• A sunny south facing conservatory.
• A double bedroom.
• A twin bedroom.
• A family bathroom.
Outside is a pretty cottage garden with garden furniture where you can enjoy dining alfresco in summer time.
Discover some of the best of the Chilterns on Holiday
On days out visit charming local villages and towns such as Wendover with its chocolate café, Great Missenden which is home to the Roald Dahl Museum, Berkhamsted with its historic castle ruins and pretty canal-side and Tring with its park and Natural History Museum.
The Ridgeway walking route criss-crosses through the Chiltern Hills and the National Trust’s Ashridge Estate near Aldbury is a popular place for woodland walks.
There are also fascinating National Trust sites to visit within an hour’s drive such as Waddesdon Manor and Stowe Landscape Gardens. Blenheim Palace with its extensive grounds and rich history is within an hour’s drive too, as is the historical city of Oxford.
London is a forty minute, direct train ride from Great Missenden and so you can enjoy the best of both worlds from Inglenook Cottage; the outstanding natural beauty of The Chiltern Hills close at hand, as well as quick and easy access to central London.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2017
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Lee Common village, near Great Missenden, is a small rural village situated in the beautiful Chiltern Hills - officially classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is approximately three miles from the towns of Great Missenden, Amersham and Chesham where trains to London operate a direct, forty minute,twice hourly service. Lee Common is within easy reach of Luton and London Heathrow airports and most major motorways. There are good pubs/restaurants and a village shop within walking distance of Inglenook Cottage. There are many footpaths and cycle routes in the immediate area and an 18 hole golf course close by. The Lee is famous as the quintessentially English village location in which the TV series "Midsomer Murders" is filmed.
For children: Roald Dahl Museum, Chiltern Outdoor Museum, Harry Potter sets at Pinewood Studios, Bekonscot Model Village, Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital. For adults: Hartwell House, Waddeson Manor, Chenies Manor, Hatfield House, Verulamium at St Albans, Champneys Health Resort and Spa.
Recommended Places to Visit: London, Oxford, Hatfield House, Waddesdon Manor, Windsor Castle, Hampton Court Palace, St Albans. Kew Gardens.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: The Old Swan Inn at Swan Bottom, many good restaurants and pubs in Amersham Old Town.
Local Sports: Walking, cycling, golf.
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