Could Burnham Beeches be the most charming escape in Buckinghamshire?

Nestled in the tranquil Buckinghamshire countryside, less than 30 miles from central London, lies the well renowned Burnham Beeches hotel. Offering comfort, elegance and plenty of character, this charming countryside getaway offers guests beautiful bedrooms and delicious dining, all set within a historic manor house.

The Rooms

Located near Royal Windsor, from the moment guests arrive at Burnham Beeches Hotel, they feel themselves beginning to unwind as they leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind. Framed by elegant Georgian architecture and ten acres of manicured lawns and gardens, the hotel merges classical style with peaceful country manor ambience to create a truly unique travel experience.

The design of Burnham Beeches’ main function rooms, bedrooms and suites reflects the
romance of 19th century English countryside. In each room, guests are treated to the full
range of comforts expected at a luxury hotel, including 24-hour room service.

Homing 79 guest rooms and suites – including a beautiful Bridal Suite – Burnham
Beeches is a relaxing sanctuary following a day of meetings or exploring all that
Buckinghamshire has to offer.

The interiors have been arranged with comfort and convenience in mind, with fluffy pillow top beds and plush bedding, complimentary Wi-Fi, spacious work areas and plasma screen televisions with cable and satellite channels.

The Food and Drink

Brasserie 1727 is the ideal place for a delicious breakfast, light lunch, an informal meal or a sumptuous three course dinner. Seasonally led and proudly British, Brasserie 1727’s menu delivers on taste and quality throughout each dish, with starter highlights such as Mussels on Toast with cockles, white wine velouté, cuttlefish cracker and sea herbs; Twice Baked Cheese Souffle with pumpkin velouté and fig leaf oil; Wye Smokery Smoked Salmon with crème fraiche, caperberries and pumpernickel bread.

Guests are truly spoiled with delicious main courses that include Porcini & Pecorino Orzo Pasta with mascarpone, pickled Shimeji mushroom, and black truffle dressing; Stonebass Fillet, red lentil and squash dhal, mussels velouté and seaweed crisp; 20 Day Matured Venision Haunch of Surrey Fallow Deer with celeriac, blackberry, purple carrot, kalettes and juniper jus; Baby Spinach Salad, red onion, pumpkin, quinoa, edamame, truffle and Yuzu vinaigrette; Lightly Battered Cod with crushed peas, chunky chips, and tartare sauce; and Cornfed Chicken Breast with confit shallot, smoked pomme puree, king oyster mushroom and Diane sauce.

Ending on a high, diners are treated to Burnham Beeches’ creative takes on the classics
such as Spiced Apple and Blackberry Pavlova with Granny Smith sorbet; Fig Leaf Pannacotta with hazelnut and fig salad, fig sorbet; Vegan Chocolate Mousse with vanilla ice cream and coca nib tuille; Warm Treacle Tart with bitter orange gel, clotted cream; a selection of British cheeses with Comte, Baron Bigod, Barkham blue, Solstice, Clara,
garnished with garden chutney and artisan crackers; or the Sticky Toffee Pudding to share with date puree and stem ginger ice cream.

A visit to Burnham Beeches Hotel is not complete without relaxing with a drink, pre- or post-meal, in the Georgian Bar & Lounge. In addition to an extensive range of beers, wines and spirits, guests can indulge in the Bar Menu from 10am to 10pm. The Georgian Bar & Lounge also offers an extensive list of traditional cocktails including the likes of the
Espresso Martini; Kir Royale; Old Fashioned and more.

The Tea Room

Renowned for quintessentially British Afternoon Teas, the hotel has honed the art of this
tradition, to be enjoyed in their very own, bespoke Tea Room, overlooking the hotel’s
gardens. Guests can treat themselves to a Traditional Afternoon Tea with finger sandwiches, homemade scones and delicious cakes and sweet treats alongside a choice of eight  different teas or a coffee. Sandwiches include the Oak Smoked Salmon with cream
cheese; Coronation Chicken on brioche; Free Range Egg Mayonnaise with mustard cress;
Berkshire Ham with English mustard; and a Welsh Rarebit Tart which is to die for!

For the second course, guests can delight in both plain and raisin scones with Devonshire clotted cream accompanied by a choice of British preserves including strawberry, blackcurrant and lemon curd.

Finally, guests will be served an assortment of tantalising Afternoon Tea cakes and sweet treats.

Catering to all ages, The Tea Room offers a special ‘Children’s Afternoon Tea’ to surprise
and delight the little ones. Children can indulge in a selection of finger sandwiches
including cheese, strawberry jam and honey roast ham; fresh cut vegetables and
hummus; a plain scone and doughnut; and an assortment of tantalising Afternoon Tea
pastries. All these delicious foods are served alongside a homemade strawberry, vanilla
or chocolate milkshake.

Having hosted the England men’s football team in the past when they trained in the area in time for their home games at Wembley, guests can find sporting memorabilia on the walls inside Burnham Beeches.

These days, the hotel hosts weddings, hen parties, birthdays and more, making this a perfect quintessential retreat just outside of London.

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