- 24 guest reviews
"OK for the money...."
"We enjoyed staying at Missenden Abbey. It was worthwhile paying a little more for a larger room in the main house. The grounds are lovely an..."
"I like this place and good walk into the village with good Thai, Indian and pubs, better food there than at hotel. Breakfast ok, needs more..."
"Better room with space around the bed, after explaining to Manager that original room was too cramped...."
"The room we stayed in was quite cramped, with the bed pushed up against a wall, so one of us had to climb across the bed to actually get int..."
About the hotel
From the moment you walk through the doors you will be won over by the Abbey's beauty, history and tranquility. This unique 12th Century Abbey is surrounded by 10 acres of Chiltern countryside, located in the picturesque village of Great Missenden, the former home of acclaimed children's writer Roald Dahl. The village benefits from a direct train link to London Marylebone within walking distance of the Abbey and also has exceptional motorway links to the M40, M4, and M25 with free parking spaces.
Missenden Abbey offers wireless broadband as a free service to our guests.
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout , Disabled Facilities , 24 Hour Reception , Wedding Licence , Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room , Iron And Board In Each Room , Telephone In Each Room , Ground floor bedrooms
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available , Meeting Facilities , In-room Broadband , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas , Wi-Fi Available In Rooms , Business Centre , Private dining services
- Restaurant , Bar
- In Room Entertainment
- TV , Radio
- Disabled Access Public Areas , Disabled Access Bedrooms , Disabled toilets on ground floor , Wheelchair Access , Wheelchair Access To Reception , Wheelchair Access To Restaurant , Wheelchair Access To Bar , Wheelchair Access To Conference Rooms
- Pitch n' Putt , Croquet
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- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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71% would recommend it to a friend
A lovely setting and the remains of an old abbey but the room was average, the food definitely average but the worst aspect was the noise.
Just when you thought it would be a quiet setting the other room doors bang shut and a truck revs up in the drive at 6am. Not good.
The building looks good from the outside, but the rooms inside are disappointing.
Our "superior" room was an odd shape and consisted of a wide hallway and a very small bedroom space (9 feet by 9 feet), much of which was taken up with a long desk unit (just like a uni hall of residence). Totally impractical for two people. The wardrobe was tiny with five hangers using only three non removable holders. The whole place is set up for single people attending conferences. The bathroom (also tiny) was a throwback to the 1990’s.
Our view over the lovely grounds was in fact a view over the coachhouse, which apparently housed the standard rooms.
Breakfast was basic, with cold plates and just two types of bread … white or brown sliced. Reception staff were friendly, but obviously very overstretched. We waited 10 minutes on arrival before someone came to check us in. Fortunately we were not in a hurry, as they tried to give us a standard room, so there was a lot of clicking on the computer to make a superior room available. This was very galling, as we had booked months in advance.