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Visiting High Wycombe – A Guide
High Wycombe is an old market town in an enviable setting of rolling countryside, with easy access to London by rail or car. Its High Street with Georgian features and a covered retail arcade make it a pleasant shopping destination, but it also has historic treasures to delight the cultural tourist.

High Wycombe: town layout
Lively markets three times a week, set between the 18th-century Guildhall and the 1604 Little Market House, have been the heartbeat of High Wycombe since medieval times. The Buckinghamshire town is well linked to London and the rest of the region, thanks to its proximity to the M4, M40 and M25 motorways and a well-serviced train station.

The concierge recommends…

  • The picturesque Pann Mill, which is the last of River Wye’s 37 watermills to remain. It’s switched on a few times a year at free family events.
  • Cheering on the Wycombe Wanderers Football Club at Adams Park Stadium.
  • West Wycombe for a scenic rural walk, historic intrigue and spooks all in one. Look out for Hell-Fire Caves and Church of St. Lawrence.

Hotels in High Wycombe
Being near major motorways M40, M4 and M25 puts High Wycombe within easy reach of Heathrow Airport, London, Oxford and Birmingham, so business visitors can combine accessibility with the delights of a countryside base.

You’ll find the parks and pools of Rye Park, Eden Centre’s shops, Wycombe Swan’s entertainment and the main train station all within the town centre.

Explore quaint towns and villages nearby – how about a lakeside setting in Marlow, or the royal charms of Windsor?

Eating Out in High Wycombe
The best way to mingle with locals is to head to the open air market and street-food court happening on High Street on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays – from hog roasts to curries and homemade cakes, there is something for every taste. For coffee shops and family-friendly restaurants, wander through the Eden Centre. If you’re seeking a traditional pub experience to soak in Ye Olde English atmosphere, head to small villages on the outskirts.

The chef recommends...

  • Bangers and mash: This plateful of pork sausages, mashed potatoes and rich gravy is a pub staple.
  • Bubble and Squeak: Shallow-fried seasonal vegetables and potato cakes are served as a side-dish all day.
  • Local ale: Beer aficionados have plenty to choose from with local breweries producing extensive monthly and seasonal specials.

Shopping in High Wycombe
Whether you like market stalls or malls, High Wycombe has you covered. The Eden Centre offers a weatherproof setting to browse stores with plenty of options for coffee and lunch. Weekly markets on High Street are great spots for bargain hunting and to bag fresh, local produce.

High Wycombe Department Stores

  • In The Eden Centre, you can find quintessentially British Marks & Spencer and the upmarket House of Fraser.
  • John Lewis in Cressex Business Park off the M40 is a British institution dating back to the mid-19th century.

Culture & Nightlife in High Wycombe
High Wycombe has a strong chair-making heritage dating back to the 17th century. You can learn all there is to know about it at Wycombe Museum, which also has local art and photography. Hughenden Manor is a treat for history and politics enthusiasts; the home of Benjamin Disraeli is a treasure trove of insights into the life of the Victorian statesman and author.

If a lively Friday night out is what you’re seeking, Frogmoor is the neighbourhood for you.

Cinema and Theatre in High Wycombe

  • Wycombe Swan has a busy programme of theatre, comedy, musicals and ballet suitable for all ages.
  • With 12 screens, 3D capability and live performance screenings, Cineworld entertains every day of the week.

Visiting High Wycombe with a Family
Thanks to large pedestrian areas, shopping with children feels safe and easy in the town centre. You can then walk to The Rye to burn off energy in the park, playground and heated open-air swimming pool. Beaconsfield’s model village, the Roald Dahl Museum in Great Missenden and the great outdoors in Cliveden are all easy family day trips from High Wycombe.

Top tips for family fun in High Wycombe

  • Odds Farm Park: Under 10s will love the extensive outdoor and indoor playgrounds with climbing frames and fast slides, tractor rides and farm animals to pet and feed.
  • The Wycombe Swan has a monthly programme of shows and performances for children.
  • Trampolining, bowling and soft play are top tip activities to avoid cabin fever on a rainy day.

Latest High Wycombe Hotel Reviews


Comfortable and clean room, great staff
By ion.popescu
Great staff, we arrived very late but they were great in helping us with all that we needed. The room was great, the usual that you can expect from a Holiday Inn, breakfast had lots to choose from [More] for everyone's taste [Less]
All Good But Bar Screwed Up
By CRAZYMAN
Room pokey but adequate. bathroom nice. Fancied a beer before bed but bar systems were screwed up. NOBODY was getting a drink so I gave up and went to bed. Every other member of staff was excellent [More] but bar staff did not even acknowledge me. Saved me money though as it is overpriced anyway. [Less]
Nice hotel, convenient location
By Northern Fox
I always use this hotel when I’m on business in the area. The hotel is modern and clean, the staff have always been very friendly and professional, never had a problem. Breakfast is good and [More] the food at other times is good too. There’s masses of parking and I’ve never noticed any noise from the airport. [Less]
Handy for the city
By RONCH58
Good location with secure parking just off Kensington High Street. Handy for the city with quite rooms away from the main roads. Good size pool for a city centre hotel, great bonus. [Less]
Nice staff and comfortable hotel overall
By Photocrazy
We stayed at this hotel as it was contracted with the tour bus company. It was comfortable with a nice staff and awesome breakfast. [Less]
Perfect Stop Over in London
By Harry
Excellent meet and greet Friendly and helpful reception and concierge Room very comfortable - spotlessly clean Lounge Bar service excellent Breakfast excellent from all points food and service [Less]
Double Room to Disabled Room
By Marsh
No room available when we arrived despite booking the room 1 month ago. We booked Double Room but we were allocated instead to a Disabled Room with low sink and small bed. [Less]
Good leisure choice
By Jeff
The hotel's location is very good,close to the Thames River,the railway station. [Less]
Top class
By RupertA
Crowne Plaza Reading never disappoints. The staff are always attentive, friendly, professional and go out of their way to help in any way they can. Anything we asked for, eg a rubber mat for the [More] over-bath shower or taxis etc was done quickly and with a smile. The all-day menu is maybe a little limited - staying there for five nights meant we rather ran out of options. A daily special would have been nice. However, the quality, presentation and value for money can't be faulted. The bar and waiting staff are again professional, attentive and friendly. We used the Club Lounge extensively - what a haven that is when the hotel is busy and well worth paying a higher room rate for. Great canapes and drinks in the evening too. The continental breakfast in there is also a bonus. Good, comfortable rooms although for the first part of our most recent stay we had a continuous hum from equipment located nearby - not enough for us to ask for a change of room but a bit of a pain nonetheless. The room we were allocated for the second part of our stay was fine though and all previous ones have been. The hotel is in a great location about 500 yards from the city centre and right on the banks of the Thames. A walk into the city or to the train station along the river is relaxing and there's a lovely river path leading away from the city upriver through fields. Beware though - a taxi from the town to the hotel costs about £3.50 but if you ask the hotel to book you one, their usual company charges £6! Overall I would highly recommend this hotel and we will be back next year. [Less]

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