Ideally situated for touring many regions in the south and middle of England, holiday rentals in Buckinghamshire are as close to Oxford and Cambridge as they are to Birmingham or London so if you want to investigate the cultural heritage of some of the oldest and largest cities in the country, holiday homes in Buckinghamshire provide the perfect starting point for a voyage of discovery that will satisfy any desire to learn more about the wealth of history and culture that exists in every county of England. Cottage rentals in Buckinghamshire are a popular option for those yearning to swop a hectic urban routine for a slice of peaceful country life in an area stuffed full of traditional market towns and charming rural villages, so even if you plan a day trip to go shopping or sightseeing in London, holiday rental accommodation in Buckinghamshire will provide you with the kind of rustic tranquility that will be very welcome after being surrounded by the hustle and bustle of the vibrant capital city of England. Holiday rentals in Buckinghamshire therefore make the ideal base for a vacation to suit the whole family, particularly as you'll be within easy reach of so many things to do and places to go that everyone can be sure of finding something that appeals to their sense of adventure, even if your reason for choosing a cottage rental in England is simply to spend a fortnight relaxing with your feet up! More information on holidays in Buckinghamshire
More Tourist information on Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire self-catering accommodation is set in one of the Home Counties, towards the southeast of England. It’s a county known for its countryside, and home to the picturesque Chiltern Hills. At Buckinghamshire holiday homes you’ll also be close to London, which can reached within a comfortable drive. The town of Marlow would be well worth visiting during your holiday at rental accommodation in Buckinghamshire – it sits on the banks of the River Thames, and is within the Chilterns. In the town you’ll find lots of independent shops and restaurants, and you’ll also be able to hire a boat to go on the Thames here.
During your stay at Buckinghamshire self-catering holiday homes it would be well worth taking a walking trip in the Chilterns. A great destination for a day out would be Coombe Hill, not far from Wendover. This is the site of one of the region’s best viewpoints, with fantastic vistas of Aylesbury Vale. If you’d like to see more of the county’s history then there are a host of stately homes that can be reached from Buckinghamshire self-catering accommodation. Among them are West Wycombe Park, Hughenden Manor and Waddesdon Manor. Despite the rural character of much of the county, central London is within easy reach of Buckinghamshire holiday homes, and boasts all the culture, entertainment and landmarks you’d expect
Buckinghamshire rental accommodation is set in an area of the country that gets mild, if changeable weather throughout the year. Winters are cool, with occasional cold snaps, while summers are pleasantly warm, with temperatures often getting up to the mid-20s.
Best Time to Visit Buckinghamshire
Mid-summer is the ideal time to enjoy the scenery around Buckinghamshire holiday accommodation, visiting picturesque towns or exploring the countryside.