Book a stay at our Holiday Inn® Aylesbury hotels and discover the thriving modern pulse of this historic market town and country seat of Buckinghamshire. Within minutes you will be admiring palatial manor homes or exploring a network of mysterious underground tunnels and alcoves.
Settle into our hotels in Aylesbury and start exploring Buckinghamshire's variety of historic attractions. Just minutes away is West Wycombe Park, the famous former home of the libertine Sir Francis Dashwood. In addition to the magnificent Palladian manor, the grounds contain the hand-carved Hellfire Caves, which were built in the 1740s as an atmospheric clubhouse for Dashwood and his high-profile friends, including Benjamin Franklin. To the west of our Aylesbury hotels is the neo-Renaissance grandiosity of Waddesdon Manor. Built on a bluff overlooking the surrounding countryside, the ornate towers and highly landscaped grounds at Waddesdon were modeled after the grand chateaux of France. Waddeson is the National Trust's second-most visited property.
Stay in our Aylesbury hotels and be close to the Waterside Theatre, in the compact center of town, where most of the town's restaurants and pubs are also located. Outside of Aylesbury, head out on the Roald Dahl Trail to visit sites where the famous children's author lived and worked, and some that were featured in his unique tales. All over the region you'll find welcoming pubs in which to warm yourself after a chilly stroll or sun-filled beer gardens to relax in during balmy summer days.
Book a room in our Holiday Inn Aylesbury hotels in July for the Roald Dahl Festival, when a parade of Dahl characters marches in the Aylesbury town center, or around Christmas, when Waddeston Manor takes on a festive look with brightly illuminated Christmas trees.
Excellent breakfast, very clean and inviting room. Bar prices a little expensive, but what you'd expect in a central hotel. Good location, not far to the shopping centres, restaurants and[More] supermarkets.[Less]
The place to stay in MK
Always good staff experience. Comfortable rooms. Good stay for business.[Less]
One night stay
Comfortable bed, great breakfast choice good location[Less]
Would recommend this hotel, breakfast tasty but basic but appreciated as it's included in the rates. Other similar hotel charge ridiculous prices for breakfast. Bed very comfortable, room very clean.[More] Overall very impressed.[Less]
Great service, like the new bathrooms but shame about breakfast
I ask for a quiet room as next to train station and am always accommodated.
Parking sometimes has to be provided in the pub on the back, not well lit walk back at night but okay.
Free breakfast[More] isn't very appetising but then it is free!
Not the closest to the high street restaurants but walkable in half decent weather.[Less]
great stay and good value
By wilbur 1961
comfortable bed, great variety for breakfast and clean and spacious room
Would definitely recommend this hotel Location good too, easy walking distance to local shops and restaurants if needed and[More] of course the train station[Less]
Great hotel. Nice staff but didnt acknowledge membership. Rooms Ber clean and spacious. Didn't have dinner but breakfast is excellent with slot of choices.[Less]
By singing podiatrist
My husband had appointments to speak at two churches on the Sunday and had planned to travel there and back from Sheffield in a day. At the last minute( Friday evening) we decided to book somewhere[More] nearby meaning we'd get more sleep and not have to leave Sheffield very early on the Sunday morning. This hotel proved to be very comfortable and convenient for our requirements and is probably one of the best Express hotels we've stayed at.[Less]
very satisfied. A friendly, comfy and clean hotel. i highly recommend.[Less]