Innovative menus using local produce, situated in Amersham old town a 20 minute drive away.
A bit more expensive, so a place for more special occasions. Located on the lovely High Street of Old Amersham.
“Very safe walking and cycling for the whole family from Princes Risborough to Thame”
“National Trust Heritage site, detailing the life of Prime minister Benjamin Disraeli.”
“At 852 feet above sea level is the highest viewpoint in a range of hills called the Chilterns. The 106 acres of the hill once belonged to the Chequers Estate but was handed to the National Trust in 1918 by Lord and Lady Lee of Fareham, the same time the Chequers House was handed to the country as a retreat for the serving prime minister. You get extensive views over the Aylesbury Vale and on a clear day you can see all the way to the Cotswolds. The view point is marked with a monument (not NT) dedicated to the men from Buckinghamshire who gave their lives in the Boer War. ”
“Art Deco cinema, it’s an independent; watch a film with a glass of wine and cheese and biscuits; great selection of old and new films ”