Marco Pierre Whites Chequers Inn Wooburn Common is a 17th-century coaching inn turned into a charming rural retreat in the county of Buckinghamshire for both business and leisure travellers. This cosy Wooburn Common lodging serves as a comfortable base for holidaymakers wanting to explore the rolling countryside of southeast England and discover the culture through sites such as The Stanley Spencer Art Gallery, Wycombe Museum and Maidenhead Heritage Centre. Visitors can also enjoy a leisurely game of golf at Hedsor Golf Course.
Marco Pierre Whites Chequers Inn Wooburn Common is an ideal venue for private dinners, conferences, board meetings, weddings and family gatherings with its beautiful setting, bright and airy conference suite and banquet facilities. The property has a lovely garden where the inn hosts barbecues during warm, sunny days.
Nestled on Chiltern Hills, Chequers Inn is surrounded by lush greenery like Wooburn Park. Three miles away, tourists can visit the ancient woodland tract Burnham Beeches.
The fine dining restaurant at Inn serves tasty international cuisines in a relaxed ambience. The bar carries a wide selection of beer, ales and wines.
The 17 beautifully styled rooms are decorated with English prints and antique pine pieces. All rooms are comfortably appointed with air conditioning, shower, alarm clock, telephone and radio.
The Chequers Inn Rooms
Classic double offers one double bed. Bedrooms comprise of doubles, twins and two stunning suites, the romantic Wellington Suite with its four poster bed and traditional furnishings or the striking and contemporary Shelley Suite. Each room is comfortably styled and furnished and equipped with all home from home comforts including complimentary Wi-Fi, toiletries, bottled water, tea and coffee making facilities plus flat screen TV.
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
Maresfield, East Sussex
Gatwick airport -32km.
On the doorstep what could be better than taking a leisurely stroll in Ashdown Forest, originally a deer hunting forest in Norman times, this is the home of Winnie the Pooh and now the largest free public access space in the South East. An area of Outstanding Natural Beauty it is a great place for enjoying spectacular views over the Sussex Countryside and has national and international protection because of the vast wildlife. Other places of interest further afield include Brighton, Eastbourne, Wilderness Wood, Ashdown Forest Llama Park, Bluebell Railway at Horsted Keynes Station, Batemans Kiplings former home, Glyndebourne, Herstmonceaux 15th Century moated castle and Bodiam Medieval Castle.
Wheelers of St James' restaurant
Elegant rooms provide a choice of dining areas where tables are dressed with linen draped tablecloths adding a touch of glamour, this together with wood panelled walls adorned with vibrant cartoons and photos of Maresfield of old, create the perfect ambience in which to dine. Head Chef and his loyal team consistently produce good honest food which delights the varied tastes of todays guest; from the famously delicious fish pie and Eton mess to the simple potted shrimp and steak and triple cooked chips. A delightful Sunday Supper is available for just 12.50; each dish is freshly prepared to order ensuring the highest standards are met at all times.
The Chequers serves an All Day Sunday Lunch with food served 12 noon to 6.00pm and last bookings taken at 5.00pm. Residents on Sunday evening should be aware that there is no full meal service and a limited choice menu (Soup, Cold Platter etc) will be offered from 6.00pm onwards
Terms and conditions
Extra charges may apply for children. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the quoted rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.