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Villiers Hotel, Buckingham

3 Castle Street, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, MK18 1BS, UK
Villiers Hotel, Buckingham Villiers Hotel, Buckingham 01280 822444 3 Castle Street Buckingham
93 out of 100% 11 votes


Facilities: swipe to see more
  • Free Wifi
  • Private Car Park
  • Lift
  • Gym
  • Golf in Local Area
  • Public Transport Nearby

Situated in the heart of the historic market town of Buckingham, the Villiers Hotel provides great accommodation, delicious AA rosette award food and a team of friendly staff offering welcoming hospitality and service.

Rooms & Facilities
Facilities: swipe to see more
  • Free Wifi
  • Private Car Park
  • Lift
  • Gym
  • Golf in Local Area
  • Public Transport Nearby

Number of Bedrooms: 49

Parking Spaces: 52

Steps into Hotel: 0

Check In Time: 3pm

Check Out Time: 11am

The Villiers Hotel in Buckingham is a quaint 18th-century hotel located in the heart of this historic market town. Acquired by the current owners in January 2017, Villiers has undergone a major refurbishment to all front of house areas, yet many of the hotel’s original features have been kept including flagstone floors, oak panelling and an inglenook fireplace. This 4-star hotel in Buckinghamshire is ideally located for visiting this area of England with its stunning countryside and historic houses.

This 49-bedroom hotel in Buckingham has a selection of standard rooms, premier rooms and suites for you to choose from for your hotel break in Buckinghamshire. Each individually designed room is light and airy with ensuite facilities, satellite TV, tea/coffee-making facilities and free Wifi. For the height of comfort and luxury, the hotel’s suite offers a king-size bed and a private lounge area.

The Dukes Restaurant and Bar has been the holder of an AA Rosette for more than 20 years therefore the cuisine at Dukes is evidently some of the highest quality around. The chef brigade takes great pride in delighting the diners with their sumptuous and locally sourced modern British dishes. The Dukes Bar has maintained all the character and ambience of the old coaching inn and has a well-stocked bar of real ale, beer, wine and spirits.

Keep up with your fitness routine whilst you’re away with the complementary in-house gym. Packed with cardio and resistance equipment and free weights, you can unwind after a busy day.

The Villiers Hotel offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year. Book online today with My Hotel Break.



tick TV
tick Tea/Coffee
tick Iron/Board
tick Toiletries
tick Hairdryer
tick Telephone
tick Wifi

Relax in one of the Villiers Hotel’s individually styled that are light and airy with features that include satellite TV and tea and coffee making facilities.

The suites are the height of comfort and luxury offering a kingsize bed, a private lounge area and en-suite bathroom with bath and shower. A hospitality tray, telephone, hairdryer and freeview flat-screen TV. Bathrobes and Iron & Ironing Board as standard.

Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel.

A dry cleaning and laundry service is available for long stay guests. If you require an early morning call, morning paper or an express or late check out please enquire at reception.


Bar & Restaurant

tick Outdoor Dining Terrace

Dukes Bar & Restaurant
All great hotels need a fantastic eatery for their hungry guests, and the ever-popular Dukes Restaurant & Bar is exactly that. Having held an AA rosette for more than 20 years and has featured in the very first Michelin Guide and in each guide ever since the cuisine at Dukes is evidently some of the highest quality around.

The chef brigade takes great pride in delighting the diners with their sumptuous and locally sourced modern British dishes. The à la carte menu changes with the seasons, and the set-price market menu makes for a great value alternative.

If you know someone who’s deserving of an indulgent treat, why not attend one of Villiers Hotel’s vastly popular afternoon teas? Served in the Dukes Restaurant, snug or lounge, warm your extremities by the roaring log fire and tuck into something scrumptious when the chilly weather sets in, or make the most of the sunnier months and eat al fresco, sitting on the courtyard terrace while sipping a glass of fresh Champagne alongside your decadent treats.

The chef’s selection of freshly cut sandwiches with homemade cakes, scones and pastries can be enjoyed each day, with the Battenberg being a particular favourite.

Sample Steakhouse Menu
Sample Bar Menu

Opening Hours
Monday – Saturday
Lunch 12.00 – 2.30pm
Dinner 6.00pm – 9.30pm

Lunch 12.00 – 3.00pm
Dinner 6.00pm – 9.00pm

The Dukes Bar has maintained all the character and ambience of the old coaching inn, with flagstone floors, inglenook fireplace and original beams. A well-stocked bar of real ale, beer, wine and spirits are on sale alongside the bar and snug menu, which is sure to have something to sate your hunger.

Sample Bar & Lounge Menu


tick Fitness Suite

All guests over the age of 16 who visit Villiers Hotel are invited to use thein-house gym to exercise and unwind.

With a mix of equipment and weights, the gm will cater to you whether you want to do a cardio workout, or if you want to give your muscles some strength training or toning exercises.

Location & Directions

Directions to Villiers Hotel in Buckingham

The hotel is located in Castle Street in the centre of the town of Buckingham next to Buckingham Old Gaol Museum


Notice Board

Hotel Notice Board

Family Accommodation:
Unfortunately there are no rooms suitable for families at this hotel. Guests can bring their own travel cot for a baby, however this may make some bedrooms tight for space.

Things to See and Do
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tick Horse Racing
tick Golf in Local Area
tick Climbing

Things to see and do while staying at the Villiers Hotel 

Buckingham Old Gaol Museum
Buckingham Old GaolLocated in the heart of historic market town of Buckingham, the iconic Old Gaol was built in 1748 in the style of a castle, with later additions in 1839 by the famous local architect George Gilbert Scott. It is one of the key visitor attractions of Buckingham.The purpose-built prison is now a museum, a tourist information centre, a gift shop which includes a selection of local interest books and a unique venue to hire.The Old Gaol is open Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm all year round. Last admission to the museum is half an hour before closing. The Old Gaol hosts a wide range of special events and exhibitions during the year.

In the 1750s at his family seat in Buckinghamshire, Sir Ralph Verney set out to create a country house of extraordinary grandeur that would dazzle his wealthy neighbours and outdo his political rivals. Thirty years on he was facing financial ruin.Today the interiors that remain are among the most ambitious and lavish ever created in the eighteenth century.Claydon has been occupied by the Verney family for more than 550 years; the place is a testament to their fascinating fluctuating fortunes, from their close involvement in the English Civil War to the family connection with Florence Nightingale.

National Trust - Stowe
Stowe House is a Grade I listed country house located in Stowe, Buckinghamshire, England. It is the home of Stowe School, an independent school and is owned by the Stowe House Preservation Trust who have to date (March 2013) spent more than £25m on the restoration of the house. Stowe House is regularly open to the public and can be explored by guided tour all year round or during the school holidays you can explore at your own pace with a multimedia guide. The gardens (known as Stowe Landscape Gardens), a significant example of the English garden style, along with part of the Park, passed into the ownership of The National Trust in 1989 and are open to the public. The parkland surrounding the gardens is open 365 days a year. National Trust members have free access to the gardens but there is a charge for all visitors to the house which goes towards the costs of restoring the building.

Silverstone Circuit is a motor racing circuit in England next to the Northamptonshire villages of Silverstone and Whittlebury. The circuit straddles the Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire border, with the current main circuit entry on the Buckinghamshire side. The Northamptonshire towns of Towcester (5 miles) and Brackley (7 miles) and Buckinghamshire town of Buckingham (6 miles) are close by, and the nearest large towns are Northampton and Milton Keynes.Silverstone is the current home of the British Grand Prix, which it first hosted in 1948. The 1950 British Grand Prix at Silverstone was the first race in the newly created World Championship of Drivers.The race rotated between Silverstone, Aintree and Brands Hatch from 1955 to 1986, but relocated permanently to Silverstone in 1987.The circuit also hosts the British round of the MotoGP series.

Bicester Village Retail Outlet
Enjoy luxury shopping at Bicester Village, home to designer fashion brands with up to 60% off.

Gullivers Land Family Theme Park
Looking for a family fun - filled day out for you and your little ones? With over 70 attractions including rides and shows to enjoy each day, Gulliver's Land is without doubt one of the best value kids’ days out in the UK.Unlike most other theme parks in the UK, Gulliver's caters especially for younger children. This means that if you are looking for great days out for toddlers and youngsters, then we are the park for you. We’re a family-run attraction, designed for families with children aged between 2 to 13. From the Runaway Train in Discovery Bay to the Jungle River Ride and classic Dodgems there are plenty of exciting rides to ensure that all the family have a fun day out. There are also a number of rides designed for the Under 5s, as well as shows!

For more information on things to see in and do in the area, check out our Destination Guide.

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