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Macdonald Compleat Angler

Marlow Bridge, Marlow, Buckinghamshire, SL7 1RG
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Tel: 0344 879 9128 International: +44 1628 484444

STATELY HOMES AND GARDENS

Cliveden - 6.3 Miles

Built by Charles Barry in 1851 - Cliveden has hosted every English monarch since George the First - it was here in the twenties that Nancy Astor held court. Take a stoll through the gardens overlooking the Thames or in summer enjoy open air concerts and events.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cliveden
T. 01628 605 069

Hughenden Manor - 7.3 Miles

Offers an insight into the private life of Victorian Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli, who lived here from 1848 to 1881. Visitors can browse among an extraordinary collection of personal memorabilla.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hughenden
T. 01494 755 573

Waddesdon - 28.1 Miles

Built by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in the 1870s, featuring French Renaissance architecture and collections of French furniture, carpets and porcelain. Including artwork by English and Dutch masters.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/waddesdon
T. 01296 653 226

West Wycombe Park, Village & Hall - 7.4 Miles

Home to the Dashwood family, West Wycombe Park is a uniquely preserved Italianate Country House, featuring wonderful frescoes decorating the South facing Colonnade and East Portico.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/west-wycombe-park-village-and-hill
T. 01494 513 569 or 01494 533 739

Stonor Park - 12.5 Miles

The house and gardens at Stonor are set admist rolling hills and lush greenery. The house is beautifully decorated with family heirlooms and portraits. The three gardens consist of immaculately kept lawns and blooming flowers.
www.stonor.com
T. 01491 638 587

OUTDOOR PURSUITS

Walking

The Chiltern Hills contain some of the mot finest countryside in the UK. Here you will find quiet valleys with medieval villages, dramatic hilltop viewpoints, leafy green woodlands and flower covered meadows. Wildlife, flora and fauna abound, red kites, buzzards, kestrels and sparrowhawks take to the air. 

Hambleden valley

Idyllic Hambleden Valley on the outskirts of Marlow, has been used for film and TV locations ranging from "101 Dalmations", "Band of Brothers"and "North and South" by Mrs Gaskell. Nearby Turville is equally pretty and St Mary the Virgin church features in "The Vicar of Dibley". 

Chiltern Valley Winery & Brewery

Set in an area of utstanding beuty, the Chiltern Valley Winery and Brewery produces some of the most finest English wines and real ales. Group tours and tastings can be arranged and this is a must stop on your visit to the Hamblden Valley. 

www.chilternvalley.co.uk
T. 01491 638330

The River Thames  

The river is central to the town of Marlow and is ideal for outdoor pursuits such as walking, boating, bird watching and generally "messing about on the river". In the summer months, the pace quickens with the local town Regattas of Marlow and Henley. 
www.riverthames.co.uk

Shooting

Set amidst 40 acres of woodland on the stunning West Wycombe Estate, EJ Chruchill shooting ground comprises of over 100clay shooting stands and 6 clay shooting disciplines offering varied and extensive practice and tuition opportunities. 

www.ejchurchill.com
T. 01494 883227

LivingTENNIS

Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre, with its state of the art sporting facilities, is home to our Delgado & Lee Pro Tennis Academy, and in 2018 was named as a LTA Regional Player Development Centre in the LTA's Performance Pathway, one of only 11 centres across the UK.
www.livingtennis.co.uk/
T. 01628 487 775

MUSEUM GALLERIES AND THEATRES

The Stanley Spencer Gallery - 5.3 Miles

The gallery is dedicated to the life and work of Stanley Spencer, the early modernist painter. Situated in a converted Methodist Chapel, it contains over 100 drawing and paintings. Stanley Spencer drew his inspiration.
www.stanleyspencer.org.uk/
T. 01628 471 885

Marlow Museum - 0.3 Miles

A fascinating museum and local history information centre. The museum stages special exhibitions on local subjects from time to time, such as lace making, the local railway branch and local archaeological investigations.
www.marlowmuseum.uk/
T. 01628 485 474

Henley River & Rowing Museum - 9.0 Miles

The Museum is located on a site at Mill Meadows by the River Thames. It has three main themes represented by major permanent galleries, the non-tidal River Thames, the international sport of rowing and the local town of Henley-on-Thames.
www.rrm.co.uk
T. 01491 415 600

NEARBY TOWNS

Windsor & Eaton - 14.1 Miles

A day in Windsor is a must! Make sureyou catch the Changing of the Guard at Windsor Castle, take a tour round Eton College and there's fun for all the family at Legoland. In the summer, you can finish your day with an evening at Windsor Race Course.
www.windsor.gov.uk/
T. 0753 743 900

Henley - 8.4 Miles

A historic town where you can enjoy a boat trip down the regatta course, either in a commercial or rowing boat. Between the regatta finish and Henley Bridge is the location of the annual Henley Festival of Music and Arts.
www.visit-henley.com/things-to-do.html
T. 01491 578 034

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