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Uplands
Four Ashes Road
Cryers Hill

High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire

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In 18 acres of tranquil grounds, surrounded by beautiful Chiltern countryside, Uplands overlooks the Hughenden Valley and combines a classical mansion house with purpose-built, contemporary buildings.

Based in High Wycombe, just a short drive from the M40 motorway, Uplands is in a great location for visiting attractions and places of interest in London, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire. The good access to the motorway makes the hotel a good base, whether you are exploring the area for leisure, visiting on business or just wanting to get away from it all and explore the Chiltern Hills. Free parking is available for guestsí use. High Wycombe railway station is only 3 miles (5 km) away. Trains run regularly from the station to London Marylebone, with a journey time of just 40 minutes.
There are 74 en suite rooms and each room features contemporary facilities, such as Sky satellite TV.

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