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Bed and breakfast accommodation in Winslow

The historic market town of Winslow is ideally placed for both business and pleasure with many towns in close driving distance, including:

Milton Keynes - only 15 mins
Aylesbury - only 15 mins
Oxford - only 40 mins
Buckingham- only 10 mins

Local attractions include:

Waddesdon Manor
Bletchley Park
Claydon House
Addington Equestrian Centre
The Cotswolds


Read unbiased opinions about The Old Stable B&B Winslow on TripAdvisor.

The Old Stables B&B - Number 1 in Winslow B&B's on TripAdvisor.

"A lovely couple of nights with Jeff and Zoe (the dog). We have just returned from a short break in Buckinghamshire, where we spent a lovely two nights with Jeff at The Stables B and B. Well what can I say, the house is full of character which you share the living area with Jeff and any other guests ( two other rooms), the room we had was well appointed, with furniture in keeping with the age of the property. We had an en-suite bathroom, which was lovely and had all you needed. The house had great Wi-Fi signal throughout, tons of films to watch on the TV via DVD player if so required. But the major plus with this B and B is Jeff and the atmosphere he creates, it is relaxed, friendly, making you feel that for the time you are there you are a friend he has welcomed into his home. The breakfast was lovely and was when you wanted it not just a set time, Jeff also recommended a local restaurant no more than 50 metres away ( paprika, now Toby’s) which had lovely food at very fair prices. All in all just a wonderful place to stay and if we revisit the area our number one choice of accommodation. "

Neil Egginton

"Couldn't have asked for a better B&B. We were totally blown away by the beauty of the property and garden. Everything was spotlessly clean, and clean towels were on the bed when we arrived. We had a fantastic weekend here"

Tracy Crew - July 2011

"Superb Bed & Breakfast. We had a great time and would recommend The Old Stables as a wonderful place to stay"

Nigel Grundy - July 2011