The SpaceA charming, quaint and quirky 2 bedroom cottage located in the picturesque village of Great Missenden. The walls throughout the house are covered with modern and contemporary art which changes from time to time. Beware, some residents may find the artwork challenging.
Bedroom 1 - King size bed. 32 inch TV with DVD
Bedroom 2 - Bunk bed. The bottom bunk is a double and the top is a single
Bathroom - Large corner bath and shower.
Lounge room - 2 large Cassina Maralunga sofas, 46" Sony LCD TV, Blu Ray DVD player, and an original Sega Megadrive.
Kitchen - Fast (fibre) wireless internet. Workstation desk with Mac (guest access available). George II drop-leaf dining table and 6 Victorian upholstered dining chairs. Gas oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave. Cutlery, crockery, glasses and other equipment.
Washing machine located in a small shed just outside the kitchen door.
Use what you can find in the kitchen but it is usually low on stocks.
135 foot garden with entertaining deck. Small outside table and 4 chairs. Summer house with additional chairs and electricity supply with CD player.
The boiler has a mind of it's own at present and turns itself off. It is easy to turn back on and has never switched itself off in the middle of a shower.
Please contact for all booking requests even if greyed out. I may be able to accommodate anytime.
Any questions please ask. I'll get back to you asap! Guest AccessGuests will have access to the entire house and garden. Someone will be available nearby during your visit in case you need anything. Interaction with GuestsYou will be meeted and greeted for check in and also for check out. A phone number will be provided in case you need anything. The NeighborhoodThe village of Great Missenden lies at the centre of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Most of the houses in the High Street are listed buildings Getting AroundGreat Missenden has its own mainline station with rail links to London (45 mins) and Aylesbury (14 mins) and all stops in-between. It is within easy reach of the M40, M4 and M25 Motorways. As well as the beauty of the area, the easy access to London and proximity of Chequers may explain why so many famous people have settled here over the years. Former Prime Ministers Harold Wilson and Clement Attlee and celebrated author Roald Dahl all lived in Great Missenden. Today there are a number of actors and celebrities who live in or near the village. Other Things to NoteCars can be parked in the High Street, a minute walk away from the house at weekends, but weekdays they will need to be parked off the High Street, which will be a couple of minutes walk away.