Attractions near Cherry Trees

This is a list of the attractions near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this bed and breakfast.
Chenies Manor House (3 Miles)*
The semi-fortified brick Manor House was built by Sir John Cheyne about 1460. Sir John Russell (later the 1st Earl of Bedford) made additions in 1526, and it was his principal residence.
Milton's Cottage (3 Miles)*
Come and visit the Grade 1 listed XVIth Century cottage where John Milton lived and completed "Paradise Lost" and started "Paradise regained".
Bekonscot Model Village (4 Miles)*
Bekonscot is the oldest model village in the world. Portraying rural England in the 1930's, time has stood still in this wonderland of make-believe, which is over 80 years old.
Hughenden Manor (6 Miles)*
Hughenden Manor was the home of Victorian prime minister and statesman Benjamin Disraeli from 1848 until his death in 1881. Most of his furniture, books and pictures remain in this, his private retreat.
Odds Farm Park (6 Miles)*
A visit to Odds Farm Park provides an opportunity to meet many rare and interesting animals - and have a great day out at any time of the year.
Colne Valley Regional Park (7 Miles)*
The Colne Valley Regional Park provides a fantastic area for people to explore. Covering 40 square miles of countryside to the west of London, the Park is a mosaic of woodland, farmland, and waterways with many hidden treasures.
West Wycombe Park (8 Miles)*
The West Wycombe Park house is one of the most theatrical and Italianate mid-18th-century buildings in England with facades designed as classical temples.
Cliveden (8 Miles)*
This spectacular estate overlooking the River Thames has a series of charismatic gardens featuring topiary, statuary, water gardens, a formal parterre and woodland and riverside walks with magnificent vistas.
Ashridge Estate (9 Miles)*
A 5,000 acre countryside estate with many splendid walks. The focal point of the area is the Bridgewater Monument.
Bucks Goats Centre (10 Miles)*
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.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Cherry Trees

This is a list of the towns near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this bed and breakfast.
Amersham Old Town (< 1 Mile)*
Amersham Old Town is popular with visitors and locals alike, the town has a wide sweeping High Street, half timbered buildings, picturesque period cottages and a wonderful selection of exclusive designer and craft shops.
Chesham (2 Miles)*
Chesham is the largest town in the Chiltern district, located amidst the steep green Chiltern Hills.
Latimer (3 Miles)*
Chalfont St. Giles (3 Miles)*
Chalfont St. Giles is a small and very historic village, famous for its connections with John Milton, who lived here whilst fleeing from the Plague of London
Penn (4 Miles)*
Penn is extensively wooded and criss-crossed by lanes and footpaths.
Great Missenden (4 Miles)*
Great Missenden at the head of the Misbourne valley is an attractive small town, with a long curving High Street of half timbered and Georgian shops, a graciously proportioned Baptist Church and a number of traditional pubs.
Beaconsfield (5 Miles)*
The picturesque town of Beaconsfield is divided into two separate and distinct parts - the old and the new. The attractive old town, is flanked by former coaching inns and old buildings.
Prestwood (5 Miles)*
Once the home of the late Prime Minister Atlee, Prestwood has grown tremendously in the last twenty years. Just a mile up the hill from Roald Dahl's home town of Great Missenden, Prestwood has much to offer.
Berkhamsted (6 Miles)*
Where in Britain might you stumble across an authentic Canadian-carved totem pole? Or find the hub of the chilli-growing industry? The answer is Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire, 30 miles north of central London.
High Wycombe (6 Miles)*
Situated in the heart of the Chilterns, High Wycombe is the largest town in Buckinghamshire, having grown up during the 18th and 19th centuries around the furniture industry, and was once known as 'the furniture capital of England.'
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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