No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Villiers Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Villiers Hotel Buckingham
Travel Blogs from Buckingham
... nudes and portraits, my favourite was a selfie by Samuel Palmer at age 22. With just black and white chalk on a buff paper he had created an image that looked as if you were peering through a pane of glass at him. Simply incredible. Feeling much better after all those robust nudes of real women, I took my final cream tea and all memories of lunch were vanquished. No need to eat now until we land at Tullamarine.
... our tales and look at the pictures to remind us of the fun we had. There are still many places we want to see, and places we want to go back to - so we might add our future adventures in this blog, in another chapter - so watch this space!
We would like, at this point, to say a massive thank you to our families- for ...
... of the local antique shops too see what treasures hid inside I realised how much like my mother I am.
Instead of retiring to Southampton we headed to Portsmouth for dinner and again had a few drinks while soaking in the view at Gunquay wharf. The large Spinnaker was amazing to watch change colours after the sun had set.
On our last day we decided to hhead to the Isle of Wight just a short 50 minute ferry ride away. We had good weather for our first couple of hours ...
That's right folks, your favourite - or only, come to that - hapless explorer will once again be regaling you with witty, insightful (and possibly slightly xenophobic) anecdotes from carefully selected spots around the globe. Carefully selected that is to co-incide with the maximum number of sunny beaches possible (how is the weather back home anyway?)
Having somehow blagged 6 months off work under the guise ...
... down a river using a long pole. Like what the gondolas in Venice look like they do to get around. Robin and I jumped in the boat, and a doubtful Ben stood on the platform at the end and got instructions from the hire guy about what the hell he was doing. But he got it practically instantly. We went quite slowly for a while, but he picked up speed and soon looked like he'd been punting all his life. There were occasional wobbles and curses from the back platform when he lost ...