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Holiday rentals and lettings in Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire is often referred to as 'Leafy Bucks' due it being a predominantly rural county with beautiful countryside, forests and historic manor houses. Looking for a holiday rental in Buckinghamshire? Take your pick from properties in quintessential English towns such as Marlow-on-Thames, bustling towns full of activities for all the family such as Aylesbury, or in the heart of the Chiltern Hills, an outstanding area of natural beauty.Lettings on the doorstep of the county’s greatest attractions
Buckinghamshire boasts a wide arrange of holiday rentals and lettings, from modern inner-city flats to suburban bungalows in small towns and gorgeous countryside properties with bags of space for the whole family. Choose a holiday rental overlooking the delightful rolling hills of south Buckinghamshire and step out into your beautifully kept garden brimming with prismatic flowers, a stone’s throw away from lovely walks and a short drive from entertaining family attractions.
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The area and getting around
Buckinghamshire is located just an hour from central London, making it an ideal year-round destination for short breaks from the big city. With chocolate box villages, ancient towns, high-quality attractions and lovely countryside, it is a wonderful microcosm of rural England.A mostly flat county with one important exception
The landscape of Buckinghamshire is fairly flat, with one important exception – the Chiltern Hills, which cross the southern edge of the county from east to west. This adventure playground on the doorstep of the nation’s capital draws seems to have been ripped straight out of children’s story book and is a not-to-be-missed part of your visit to this lovely part of the country.
Travellers and activities
The Chiltern Hills are the most stunning area to explore in Buckinghamshire. An area of outstanding natural beauty, nestled among the chalk hills you will find myriad gorgeous village houses, pretty streams, pristine woodlands, and extremely picturesque walks. The Chiltern Way is a circular 200-kilometre hiking route, which is well-marked and perfect for dipping in and out of. Look out for the flourishing wildlife populations including badgers, exotic birds and butterflies.Buckinghamshire for families
Buckinghamshire appears to have been slowly cultivated over the years to appeal to families, with scores of great days out to be had. The county’s most famous former resident is children’s writer Roald Dahl, and you can take your kids to a museum devoted to his life in Great Missenden. It charts how real-life adventures inspired his stories and makes for a memorable family day out. For a day out when the sun is shining, head to Willen Lake, with fun-tastic, energetic activities such as Splash ‘n’ Play and Treetop Extreme as well as a huge play area that can be used by children of all ages, while you simply relax and lie back under the sun!
„Love exploring England’s historic houses and buildings? Buckinghamshire has more National Trust properties than any other county in the UK!“
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The quaint county town of Aylesbury sits on the edge of the Chiltern Hills in the lush, green farmland of the Aylesbury Valley. The town is home to strong regional attractions such as the County Museum, along with a state-of-the-art theatre that opened in 2010. Aylesbury also holds an important place in pop history, as its Friars Club played host to some of the greatest musical groups of the 1970s, such as David Bowie who performed as Ziggy Stardust for the very first time.2. Spend a day in the most luxurious of surroundings
If you would like to immerse yourself in decadent opulence, culture, and finery, Waddesdon Manor, the gorgeous former estate of Baron de Rothschild, is for you. Nowadays it is a country house, gallery and museum in one. Tour the manor and enjoy the incredible collections of rare and unique treasures and displays of fine art.3. It must be wine o’clock!
Affluent Marlow-on-Thames is one of the pretties on the River Thames. The town is all about haute cuisine, leisurely river walks, and genuine pleasantness, and is crammed full of boutique shops, cafes, and bars. Altogether, a wonderful place for a weekend break!4. Shop till you drop
Bicester Village is home to over 150 boutiques from leading UK and international fashion and lifestyle brands, offering discounts of up to 60% all year round! It also boasts a huge assortment of dining options to suit every taste, including vegetarian, vegan and halal to satiate your post shopping appetite!5. Visit Buckinghamshire’s prettiest village
Impossibly pretty Turville has appeared in numerous TV shows and films such as the Vicar of Dibley and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang! A quintessential English village, it features timeless 16th-century brick cottages and lashings of charm.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Buckinghamshire
On average, how much do holiday lettings in Buckinghamshire cost?
COVID-19 has severely impacted the travel industry. Based on our 2020 data, Buckinghamshire has an annual average price of £145.17 per night.
When are holiday rentals cheaper in Buckinghamshire?
If you would like to save as much as possible during your visit to Buckinghamshire, you should travel in June (£127.77 per night on average), November (£134.29), or July (£134.68) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Buckinghamshire?
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Buckinghamshire was April, with an average price of £162.56 per night. This was followed by May, with an average of £159.72, and February, with £153.
Are there usually many holiday lettings available in Buckinghamshire?
It's worthwhile if you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Buckinghamshire, as only 34% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
Which months offer the highest availability?
In 2019, the months with the largest number of available properties in Buckinghamshire were April, January, and May with average availabilities of 48%, 44.5% and 38.6%, respectively.
Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
The months with the lowest properties available in Buckinghamshire are, in order, August, September and October, with respective average availability figures of 21.6%, 28.5%, and 29.2%, based on data collected in 2020.
How many holiday rentals are there in Buckinghamshire?
Holidu has 180 properties in Buckinghamshire, offered by 9 different partners.