Chiltern Gables is proud to provide wonderful self-catering cottage/apartment accommodation in Speen, Buckinghamshire. You'll See Chiltern Gables bed & breakfast accommodation in Speen and other bed and breakfast special deals at BedPosts.
|Off street car parking|
|Garden for residents|
|Iron/ironing board available on request|
|Own key to entrance and bedroom|
|Television in all rooms|
|Tea and coffee making facilities|
|Special diets catered for|
|Continental breakfast only|
(plus a £15 supplement for one night stays)
Adrian and Jane Farley
Chiltern Gables is a family home positioned on the outskirts of Speen village in the heart of the Chilterns.
The luxury accommodation is a self-contained studio apartment with three rooms.
Your hosts are Adrian and Jane Farley.
Speen is the highest village in the Chiltern Hills.
Surrounded by spectacular countryside which is protected through its status as an area of outstanding natural beauty, it is also very close to High Wycombe, and the M40 and M25 motorways.
Nearby are excellent road and rail links to London and the Midlands, and Heathrow Airport is only 20 miles away.
Princes Risborough is a small town positioned between the Chiltern Hills and the Vale of Aylesbury. It is on the route of the Upper Icknield Way - an ancient pre-Roman trackway believed to be one of the oldest roads in the UK.
The Whiteleaf Cross chalk carving, which is set into the hills above the town, was restored in 2003 and as a result it can be seen clearly for many miles.
Leave Wycombe on the Hughenden Road A4128 sign posted for Great Missenden. At the roundabout at the top of Hughenden Valley take the first exit onto Valley Road and continue for about 3 miles until you reach Speen. Pass the Speen Stores and then take the third right turn which is Grubbins Lane. Chiltern Gables is the sixth house along.
Leave Risborough on the A4010 towards High Wycombe. After about 1 mile turn left sign posted for Lacey Green. Follow the road through Lacey Green for about 3 miles. Turn left into Slad Lane. Follow that narrow road for about 3/4 mile, winding past the Home of Rest for Horses and up a steep hill. Grubbins Lane is on your left, just as you enter Speen, at the top of Flowers Bottom Lane hill.
The Chilterns is a large expanse of countryside which is considered an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The area is consists of farmland and woodland and is perfect for walkers and cyclists as there are many routes to enjoy.
The Chilterns has an abundance of Red Kite as they were reintroduced to this area 20 years ago. It also features many chalk streams which are important habitats for a lot of wildlife such as brown trout and water vole.