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Cheap Hotels in Buckingham

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A421 Ring Road South
0.7 Miles from the centre

Near University of Buckingham

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per night from £120
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Villiers Hotel

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3 Castle Street

Near University of Buckingham

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per night from £119
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Silverstone Golf Club & Hotel

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Silverstone Road, Stowe, Silverstone
4.7 Miles from the centre

Near Silverstone Circuit

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per night from £130
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Hotels in Buckingham

Buckingham is a historic market town with attractive buildings, a river gently traipsing through it and an extensive network of footpaths and pleasant walking routes. Combined with its independent shops, proximity to popular attractions and range of Buckingham hotels to choose from, it remains an appealing destination.


The National Trust's Stowe House has attracted visitors for over 300 years. With a Corinthian Arch, the Eleven Acre Lake and 250 acres of lawns, woods, lakes and temples to explore, it's easy to see why visitors like Catherine the Great were enchanted. The magnificent grade-1 listed building is home to the famous Stowe school but is still open to visitors for parts of the year, while the gardens are open year round. The impressive Waddesdon Manor is another spectacular building. Designed in the neo-Renaissance style of a French château, it's home to an internationally renowned collection of art and antiques. Further afield is Cliveden House – rich in history with an impressive art collection, sculptures, maze and octagonal temple, this vast building is worth a visit. A somewhat more sinister place of intrigue is the Hellfire Caves, hand-dug in the 18th century for Sir Francis Dashwood, the founder of the notorious Hellfire Club. Buckingham is also a short distance from Blenheim Palace, Bletchley Park and Silverstone race track.

In the town, Buckingham Old Gaol is a popular destination. Built in 1748 in the style of a castle, it has a long and interesting history. Its museum tells the story of life in Buckingham and visitors can explore a number of the original cells. Kids may also enjoy a visit to Gulliver's Land – a family theme park with rides and attractions – or the Swan Pool and Leisure Centre.

Restaurants, Cafes and Bars

For fine dining, Bucca Restaurant offers contemporary European cuisine, while the Nelson Street Restaurant serves modern English food. Stop by either Lubby Lu's Tearoom or The Meadow Row Tea Rooms for charming afternoon tea, or visit the popular Gyre & Gimble coffee shop.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Buckingham

What are the best hotels to stay in Buckingham?

Best Western Buckingham Hotel is one of the most popular hotels in Buckingham.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Buckingham?

The cheapest price for a double room in Buckingham is £120, offered by Best Western Buckingham Hotel.

What hotels are in the central Buckingham neighborhood?

One of the best hotels near the center of Buckingham is Best Western Buckingham Hotel.

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