Large Holiday Houses to Rent for Groups in Buckinghamshire

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Are you thinking of organising a group trip to Buckinghamshire? has some impressive group venues in the county of Buckinghamshire, a county benefiting from some stunning countryside – The Chiltern Hills and Wendover Woods as well as the most National Trust properties in the UK. Buckinghamshire’s proximity to London means it is a great location for group trips.

E.g., 15/8/2022
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Joined us: 2010

Traditional, single storey wooden cabin set in 2 acres of Chiltern woodland. Enjoy a quiet break with the sights and sounds of London only 20 miles away.

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    from £ 1743
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Joined us: 2014

An eco-friendly venue offering self-catered accommodation for up to 23 people. Located in the converted stable block at Redfield Community, Buckinghamshire. Educational and leisure groups.

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    from £ 3864
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    from £ 840
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Joined us: 2013

Stunning C17th manor house a short train journey from London. Outdoor residential centre suitable for youth and charitable groups, religious, SEN and corporate groups. No families, hens or stags.

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Group Holidays with National Trust properties near by.

Boasting one of our largest group venues in the UK, Buckinghamshire is the area to think about if organising a group travel for large groups. Use the search criteria to help refine your search if you are looking for different options for group travel or different locations to bring your group on holiday.

Buckinghamshire is a lovely county to consider for a group holiday with more National Trust properties than anywhere else in the UK. You have the choice of Waddesdon Manor, Claydon, Hughenden and Ascott house as well as the gardens at Stowe to name just a few. However Buckinghamshire isn’t just the holiday destination for stately home junkies – if you enjoy walking there are 2,500 miles of National Trails across the area and families bringing their children on holiday can visit the Roald Dahl museum or discover the delights of Bekonscot’s model village.

Silverstone and Bletchley Park are further reasons why you might want to book a group holiday venue in Buckinghamshire. Use our map to help you decide where best to base your group trip in Buckinghamshire