Local Attractions

Many of our visitors come here to attend local events at Hartwell House (National Trust Hotel), Waddesdon Manor (one of the many local National Trust properties) or Notley Abbey. Others come to join in the Morse or Midsomer Murders tours. Bletchley Park, home of the World War II codebreakers makes a good local day out as does Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.

There are many delightful walks in Buckinghamshire’s Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty including superb views of Chequers and red kites from Coombe Hill. If you want to leave the car behind you can join the North Buckinghamshire Way, which is just a short walk from Little Barn.

We are also fortunate in having several beautiful gardens to explore locally. Waterperry Gardens is just 14 miles away with Oxford Botanic Gardens and Stowe Landscape Gardens a little further away.

Aylesbury provides easy access to many cities including Oxford and London. There are two local stations (Aylesbury and Haddenham & Thame Parkway) providing regular train services to London and Birmingham and a good bus service to Oxford.

Children are well catered for in the area. Attractions include Harry Potter Studio Tour, St Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital, Whipsnade Wild Animal Park, the Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery and Museum, Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Bekonscot Model Village, Chiltern Open Air Museum, Aston Hill mountain biking and many Rare Breed farms.

……..and after all that activity you might like to relax over a delicious meal in one of the many excellent local pubs and restaurants.

Little Barn Cottage, 22 Church Way, Stone, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP17 8RG Tel: 01296 749972 Email: booking@littlebarncottage.co.uk