Inglenook Cottage Lee Common
Inglenook Cottage at Lee Common near Great Missenden in Bucks, is an Enjoy England 4 Star, period, self catering holiday cottage in area of outstanding natural beauty in the Chiltern Hills.
This gorgeous period cottage is situated within The Chiltern Hills in the village of Lee Common near Great Missenden in Bucks, in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is just across the lane, some 30 yards, from Lower Bassibones Farm, located approximately three miles from Great Missenden and Chesham, both of which are served by direct train links to London by Chiltern Railways and The London Underground Metropolitan lines respectively.
The accommodation: The cottage is decorated and furnished to a high standard and comprises a lounge with inglenook fireplace, an open plan dining room and fully fitted kitchen (washing/drying machine, fridge, freezer, microwave etc), a bath/shower room with W.C, a double bedroom and a twin bedroom, a conservatory and a pretty cottage garden with patio and garden furniture. There is a large garden shed for the storage of bicycles, walking equipment etc. The cottage is fitted with free direct wifi Internet access, telephone, a T.V and DVD player. Parking is available in the lane immediately outside the cottage front garden, or additional off-road parking is available at Lower Bassibones Farm.
Local attractions: There are many character pubs and inns in the immediate vicinity and an extensive range of good restaurants in the neighbouring towns. A huge network of footpaths and cycle routes criss-cross the picturesque Chiltern countryside all of which are within a stone's throw of the cottage. There is a choice of nearby golf courses, fitness centres and swimming pools, several local museums and many National Trust properties to explore and visit. For youngsters there is the Roald Dahl story centre in Great Missenden, Legoland at Windsor, Whipsnade Zoo, Beaconscot Model Village at Beaconsfield and many other family attractions. For walkers the cottage is conveniently placed for The Ridgeway, The Icknield Way and the beautiful towpath that rambles along the Grand Union Canal system.
We are sorry but dogs/pets are not allowed at Inglenook Cottage and the cottage is not suitable for children under three years of age.