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Visiting Aylesbury – A Guide 

Aylesbury is a market town close to the gentle hills of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, an hour from London by train and surrounded by rolling farmland.
 

Historic buildings like the 19th-century Corn Exchange surround its cobbled Market Square. The old town is home to Tudor and Georgian buildings and 13th-century St. Mary’s church. There’s also a modern shopping centre and two flourishing theatres.
 

London Heathrow Airport (LHR) and London Luton Airport (LTN) are both around 45 minutes’ drive away.
 

Aylesbury: town layout

Market Square has been the town’s focal point since Anglo-Saxon times. A neo-Gothic clock tower stands here, close to a statue of local hero and English Civil War leader, John Hampden.
 

South of the centre is the Bucks County Museum, home to the Roald Dahl Children's' Gallery.
 

West of town, the Rothschild family’s Waddesdon Manor is surrounded by formal gardens and filled with works of art.
 

The concierge recommends…

Hotels in Aylesbury

You'll find small hotels and guesthouses in suburban areas of Aylesbury, and popular chain hotels on the outskirts of town.
 

Larger hotels with restaurants, pools and off-street parking are located near central Aylesbury on highways like the A41. These have easy road access to Woburn Abbey, ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, Heathrow and Luton airports.


Eating Out in Aylesbury

Aylesbury is surrounded by farms, so you'll find locally-sourced produce in town-centre eateries and village gastropubs all around Buckinghamshire.
 

Historically, the town was famous for its plump white ducks. Richard Waller maintains the tradition at Aylesbury Duck Farm, supplying tender meat to local restaurants.
 

Nearby Terrick is renowned for Terrick beef, and home to craft beermaker Chiltern Brewery, which also makes Terrick Truckle cheese.
 

Nearby Hale Valley Vineyard makes dry white wines from grapes grown on chalky Chilterns soil.
 

The chef recommends...

  • Roast Terrick beef and a pint of Chiltern Brewery ale at the King's Head Inn.
  • A tutored wine tasting at Waddesdon Manor's Wine Cellars, where a treasury of Bordeaux vintages celebrates the Rothschilds’ wine-making history.
  • Tender Aylesbury duck and Norfolk goose from Aylesbury Duck Farm.

Shopping in Aylesbury

You can browse stalls in Aylesbury’s cobbled Market Square four days a week. You’ll find antiques and collectables at Tuesday’s Aylesbury Vintage and Craft Market and Aylesbury Farmers' Market on the last Tuesday of the month.
 

High-street favourites like House of Fraser and H&M can be found at Friars Square Shopping Centre.
 

Looking for designer bargains? Hop on a bus to the renowned Bicester Village for outlet shopping.
 

Gift shops around Aylesbury

Culture & Nightlife in Aylesbury

Entertainment in Aylesbury ranges from theatres presenting classical music, drama and dance to pubs hosting local bands.
 

Friars Aylesbury is a cavernous 1960s music club which helped launch the careers of legends like David Bowie and Genesis.
 

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre presents West End musicals, drama, opera and ballet.
 

Queen's Park Arts Centre and Limelight Theatre promotes blues and folk nights, theatre, comedy and world music.
 

Live music in Aylesbury

  • The Green Man presents local blues, acoustic and pub rock bands.
  • The Aristocrat hosts tribute bands, acoustic acts and karaoke.
  • Resident musicians from Aylesbury Folk Club play every Friday at Queens Parks Arts Centre.

Visiting Aylesbury with a Family

Family entertainment in Aylesbury includes attractions dedicated to children’s author Roald Dahl and parks where kids can get close to wild creatures and farmyard animals.
 

The Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery and the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre in nearby Great Missenden celebrate the creator of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”.
 

Kids can pet lambs and bunnies at Green Dragon Eco Farm, or zoom down zip wires and scramble over tree-top rope bridges at Go Ape! Wendover Woods.
 

Birds and beasts in Buckinghamshire

  • Take a safari-style drive to spot rhinos, giraffes and lions at Woburn Safari Park.
  • You'll see elephants, camels and yaks on a miniature steam train ride around ZSL Whipsnade Zoo.
  • See colourful tropical birds in the Victorian aviary at Waddesdon House.

Latest Aylesbury Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Aylesbury Hotel
(4.2 / 5) of 10564 reviews
Hemel on business
By Alyn1
just a stopover , but welcomed like an old friend and slept like a log. Breakfast hot fresh and appetising with a good selection [Less]
Business trip
By andy-ski
Surprisingly nice hotel and excellent value for money. [Less]
friendly and comfortable, restaurant very open and characterless.
By sleeplessme
Good location, friendly staff, the bar and restaurant are a little on the functional side, menu very limited particularly if health food / salads are on your wish list. Wine prices are crazily high [More] but same as all Holiday Inns and C Plazas. The complimentary wireless was so slow that it was unusable in the bedroom. One particular chap at reception stands out in the areas of friendliness and helpfulness. [Less]
Great service, central location and relaxing stay
By JayH271
Found the hotel clean and had everything I needed. Very relaxed stay and a great central location. Staff were very helpful. Only down side is a small parking area but I did manage to park nearby when [More] I returned late at night to find the car park full. [Less]
Comfortable and Convenient
By Steve01621
The hotel was a great place to stay for a family weekend away tl Legoland. It was clean and comfortable. The food was good and the bar was reasonably priced. It had a freindly family atmosphere. [Less]
Slough
By Won'tbeeatningbreakfast
Brilliant front of house staff make it a great experience [Less]
Nice Hotel
By DarrJ
Very clean and comfortable hotel, with attentative staff. As with all hotels however costly for food and drink [Less]
Great staff
By Nadya79
I was very pleased by a warm welcome from staff upon arrival, at breakfast [Less]
Nice Location
By LRMIke
Nice location with good parking, easy access to Heathrow and local attractions. Spa and pool good (even though the Jacuzzi was out of action). Reception staff polite and efficient, restaurant staff [More] very friendly and attentive. [Less]

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