No need to scramble for a taxi, we are lucky to have accommodation right on our doorstep and are very pleased to offer lodgings at our sister property...

...the 4 star Kings Arms Hotel, for your guests who have come from all corners to celebrate with you. The Kings Arms Hotel is a 34-bedroom inn dating from the 1400s and has been refurbished to offer all modern amenities whilst maintaining the historic character of the building.

Our couples receive a complimentary wedding night in our Honeymoon Suite. Our suite is equipped with a four-poster bed and open plan bathroom.

Invite your guests to continue the celebrations over a bountiful brunch – all accommodation includes a complimentary cooked and continental breakfast. It’s a fantastic way

to keep your friends, family and loved ones together to carry on the festivities. Swap wedding stories over scrambled eggs, share photos over fresh fruit, or treat your hangover to a hearty full English – the fun doesn’t need to end when the wedding does! You could even make another event of it; once everyone is full up take a walk over the glorious Chiltern Hills or book yourselves some post-wedding pampering at Red House Spa.

We understand that you want your guests to be as comfortable as possible, whilst not out of pocket, which is why we offer our exclusive wedding bedroom rate — the lowest existing rates the hotel offers will be all yours.

We also offer disabled access and a family suite so everyone can enjoy the party! The opportunity to have exclusive use of the hotel and a late bar until 2am is available at your request.

Nearby lies another of our properties, the Crown Inn. It is a re-invention of the traditional English inn — providing eating, drinking and lodgings. At the inn, we offer simple creature comforts: luxurious mattresses, pure cotton sheets, with extra Jacob’s wool blankets to make you feel at home. The celebrated designer Ilse Crawford designed the modern coaching inn rooms to reflect Nordic minimalism and still uphold Olde Worlde charm and character.

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